The 'Stranger Things' star is set to lead another Netflix blockbuster after the streaming service finally closed on a deal with the directors.

It's been nearly six months of negotiations, but the next Millie Bobby Brown blockbuster finally has a home on Netflix.

The production, which is set to be helmed by the Russo Brothers, Anthony and Joseph, the pair behind 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', was originally a Universal Pictures title. However, due to the steep price tag of the blockbuster, the film studios exited and Netflix stepped in to cover the cost instead.

That enormous price tag you ask? Upwards of $200 million, according to sources.

That shouldn't come as too much of a shock to those who have been following the directors' CV of content; pretty much all of their recent movies have been around that price tag. Their upcoming Netflix summer blockbuster, 'The Gray Man' starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, reportedly cost a cool $200 million also.

This new production with Millie Bobby Brown attached will see Netflix and the Russo Brothers adapt a sci-fi art book named 'The Electric State'. It comes from Swedish designer and author Simon Stålenhag, and the story focuses on an orphaned teen and her robot as they embark on a cross-country mission across the American west in what will be a cute and eye-opening sci-fi adventure. Stålenhag also created 'Tales From The Loop', which was previously adapted into a Prime Video series.

Chris Pratt is believed to have entered into discussions to join Brown on the cast list. The actor has of course worked with the Russo Brothers in the past, having appeared in both 'Avengers' movies as Starlord.

Millie Bobby Brown is currently on our screens as Eleven in the hit Netflix sci-fi 'Stranger Things', the fourth season of which will conclude this coming weekend on the streaming service. She also lead the cast in 'Enola Holmes' on the service, which is also getting a sequel.

The bumper ending to 'Stranger Things' will be clocking in at around four hours spread across two episodes, as Eleven and her friends prepare to take on Vecna in The Upside Down.