Millie Bobby Brown ready to look to the future. The 19-year-old actress who gave her face for five seasons Eleven in a science fiction series very strange thingssaid Women’s clothing for every day to be ready to leave behind the show that made her famous.
“I think I’m ready. It was a huge factor in my life, but it’s like graduating from high school, it’s like senior year,” she said. “You’re ready to move forward and bloom and bloom and you’re grateful for the time you’ve had, but you know it’s time to go it alone and live your life.”
Brown starred in very strange things since he was 11 years old, in 2016, when the series debuted on Netflix. Now with seven years and four successful seasons under his belt, Brown has one more season ahead of him. very strange things was supposed to start this summer, but filming was put on hold due to Hollywood strike and there is still no release date for the fifth and final volume. As a result, it is impossible to say with certainty when Brown will officially leave the series.
Brown isn’t the only actor talking about the series finale. David HarborJim Hopper, who played Eleven’s father, spoke last winter Discussion Movie that he, too, is ready for the final chapter of the series. “The funny thing is, ever since I started working on the series, I’ve always hoped it would never end,” he said. “I love this series. I think it’s amazing and it would be even if I wasn’t a part of it. It’s been almost nine years since the filming of the first season, and I think it’s time to take stock.”
The future is definitely smiling at Brown, who will play Princess Elodie. girla fantasy film that will be released within a year, and his first novel will be published in mid-September, nineteen steps. Brown is currently engaged to Jake Bongiovison Jon Bon Joviand organizes weddings. He doesn’t want it to be a big public event and says he “draws the curtains” to protect his privacy.
“There are so many moments in life that you can only experience them once. And it seems unnatural to me that everyone is looking at me and subjecting themselves to judgments that do not interest me,” he said. “I find it important to keep these things, these precious little moments of life with me, close to my chest.”
Brown explained that after the success very strange things feels the need to protect his privacy and announced vvd who, for this reason, tries to “keep a few people away”.
“I draw the curtains because I think privacy is necessary for my own sanity to keep people out and close my space,” he continued. “But it’s still nice to know that when I feel like it, I can always open those curtains and let people see what interests me and share that joy with others, see if they’re interested in what interests me.”