Millie Bobby Brown just talked about the Stranger Things creators spin-off Eleven series. She also added what thinks about hero Eleven for a spin-off series following after season 4.
She whose recent cameo on Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s kitchen as a child went when she is 10 years old and this video goes viral this week. Currently, after a shocking finale of season three of Stranger Things also filming the fourth season for Netflix. Now Brown is 17 and started playing in the Stranger Things series back in 2016 and was introduced as a young actor. Also, from the last season of the Stranger Things series we know that the Russians are shot by Eleven’s dad Jim Hopper (David Harbour), the second thing for the teen with a mind is suspense.
Millie just reported signing a new Netflix deal, with plans for Eleven to become the star of its own season. But Millie was faced with the rumors that seemed to be news by Duffer Brothers – also creators of Stranger Things.
During the interview with Mark Wright’s Heart FM show program, Millie Bobby Brown talked about spin-off series and more:
‘It’s so funny that you’re saying this because yesterday the Duffer brothers came up to me and were like “why do you keep talking about a spin-off?” and I’m like “I’m not talking about anything! I, I… listen, I would be down for whatever, I love Eleven, I would love to carry on her storyline. I think maybe she should stay with Stranger Things and that world but I’m open to a conversation, for sure.
It’s going good,’ she said of the next series. ‘I’m very busy and I’ve been working every day for a really long time. ‘I just can’t wait for people to see it. It’s so, so insane this season, and I just, I can’t…”
However, she recently mentioned Marvel and DC movies:
“So I haven’t watched a Marvel film, ever, and I’ve never watched a DC film. News, I know. It’s not but I’m open to it. I’ve just never been like ‘Oh I’m going to put on this film.’ I’m more into like The Notebook, let’s put on some romance films. I’m not crazy about that because I think I’m in it.
I’m doing that stuff already, I want to see stuff that’s real. I’ve never watched Harry Potter. I have so many friends that just look at me and they’re like ‘How?’ and I’m like ‘I don’t know.'”