Millie Bobby Brown Talks Honestly About Her Battles with Stranger Things CriticismOctober 18, 2023 By Admin
Famous for her part as Eleven in the popular Netflix series Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown recently talked about the difficulties she had at the beginning of the program. Her older coworkers began severely criticizing her when she was barely 13 years old. She disclosed in an interview with Glamour UK that she had been called a “brat” and a “idiot” by others, mostly because she was thought to be too talkative and trying to take the limelight away from her fellow cast members. She was greatly affected by these critiques, which made her more reserved on set and hesitant to speak up in interviews.
“It’s hard to hear that at 13,” Brown said. “You’re like, ‘I don’t want to ever talk again. I don’t want to be the loud person. In interviews I couldn’t help but think of all the comments. So I just remembered to stay silent and speak when I was spoken to, even though I was dying to join in. I just felt it wasn’t my turn.”
As the fifth and final season of Stranger Things approaches, a journey that started in 2016 is coming to a close. The show’s unique combination of elements from popular 80s sci-fi classics like Alien and Back to the Future won over fans’ hearts right away. This combination of classic storytelling and nostalgia appealed to both a new generation of moviegoers and those who treasured the classics. The forthcoming season’s precise story points are unknown, but one thing is certain: Jamie Campbell Bower will reprise her role as Vecna, an Upside Down creature connected to Eleven.
Millie Bobby Brown Embraces New Horizons Beyond Stranger Things
Millie Bobby Brown’s career is still advancing even after her program, which she has hosted since she was twelve years old, was put to an emotional conclusion. She is working on a number of projects, but one that stands out is that she co-stars with Chris Pratt, Ke Huy Quan, and Stanley Tucci in the 2024 movie The Electric State. Brown conveyed her enthusiasm at the chance to collaborate with Pratt. She also mentioned how time-consuming Stranger Things had been, and how she wished she had more time to write tales about the subjects she is passionate about.
“When you’re ready, you’re like, ‘All right, let’s do this. Let’s tackle this last senior year. Let’s get out of here.’ Stranger Things takes up a lot of time to film, and it’s preventing me from creating stories that I’m passionate about. So, I’m ready to say, ‘Thank you, and goodbye.’ When it ends, I’m going to be able to still see these people.”
Netflix is preparing to give screenplay development for its flagship series like Wednesday and Stranger Things first priority when the writers’ strike is resolved. It’s safe to say that fans of the supernatural series won’t be let down because Season 5 will bring the show’s scope and complexity up to par with some of the largest films in the business, according to director Shawn Levy.