Miller’s Girl’: Jenna Ortega Joins Martin Freeman In Lionsgate & Point Grey

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The Miller’s Girl series, written by both Jenna Ortega and Martin Freeman, is an amazing piece of work. I was only able to binge read the first book in May, but it was well worth it. The story of Max Miller and Renee Miller is one that features secrets, twists, romance, and friendship.The main characters Max and Renee are living a “new normal” after a car accident takes away their 12-year-old son Kyle. The heart-wrenching scene was hard to read, but it only got better from there. Max and Renee Miller are surrounded by amazing friends, their 11-year-old daughter Jessa Miller, their dog (my favorite character), and a beautiful new house. Their lives are on an upswing until an unwelcome visitor comes knocking on the door. Karen has been Max’s girlfriend for 8 years and he has been starting to feel trapped in this relationship. He finds out that she is pregnant and because he doesn’t want anymore kids after losing Kyle, he cuts off all ties with her. But she doesn’t go away that easily.

Do you know about the release date of Miller’s Girl series:

This series will be released sometime in November 2022. Also the series has already become a bestseller. The Miller’s Girl Series has been bought 3.5 million times on Amazon and Barnes & Noble with a rating of 4/5 stars. The book features a central plot of the loss of Max Miller’s son Kyle, the reactions to this loss, and how they cope with it in both the short-term and long-term. To add to this intensity you also have an LGBT theme which will appeal to lots of people! Lots of reviewers praised the characters that had been created in this novel because all seemed to bounce back from their most unfortunate experiences. 

Here is the plot of Miller’s Girl series discussed:

The plot of Miller’s Girl series is the story of 12-year-old Kyle Miller’s death, and how his parents Max and Renee cope with the loss. Then, along comes Karen, Max’s girlfriend. She walks into their lives stating that she is pregnant. It seems that this new life doesn’t fit into Max’s expectations for his future anymore, so he decides to break up with Karen without any second thoughts. But things only get more complicated as Karen refuses to leave him alone and tries everything in her power to get him back. 

The Name of Cast & Characters of Miller’s Girl series:

  • Jade Halley Bartlett
  • Jenna Ortega
  • Martin Freeman 
  • Martin Freeman
  • Joseph Drake

What inspired the director to write Miller’s Girl series?

The series is inspired by the director’s own life with her husband. The inspiration for this series came from the author when she was thinking about what would happen if she ever found out that her husband cheated on her during their marriage.

Who are the directors favorite characters and why?

The favorite character for the director is Max Miller because she feels that he was able to pull himself through all of his experiences. The director also states that the favorite character of hers happens to be the dog! She loved the dog because of its snarky attitude towards Max and Renee that she thought was hilarious.

What is the director’s favorite movie?

The director’s favorite movie that she has seen for a long time is The Notebook. She loves the fact that this movie offers a lot of romance, drama and secrets, something that she thought was what her story was lacking. As soon as she closes her eyes and thinks about this film, she gets chills down her spine.  Her favorite scene from The Notebook happens to be when Noah Kinsley kisses Allie Shaw at the end of their class dance where it shows how much pressure he is putting on himself to not just like Allie for being Allie, but liking Allie for being herself.

What themes does the Miller’s Girl series explore?

The themes that the Miller’s Girl series explores are romance, family drama, and LGBT themes. Because of this fact, I believe that this series will appeal to lots of people. The director has had many people love her book and she believes that the reason that she writes this series is because the LGBT theme resonates with her life in a way and her experience as a bisexual woman.

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