Millie Bobby Brown is one of the recent heroines who are so skilled and committed to her work that we often overlook that she’s hardly old enough to drive. Ever since playing Eleven in the first season of the Netflix science fantasy love letter to everything ’80s Stranger Things.
Millie has come a long way moreover become a bonafide actress with acting skills that go past her age. With each subsequent act, she has shown that she can accommodate to pretty much anything thrown at her and finds a way to be the most amazing thing on the screen.
Godzilla Vs. Kong – May 21, 2021
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The next time we will all see Millie Bobby Brown in another movie will be in Godzilla vs. Kong, which is temporarily scheduled to be released on May 21, 2021.
In Adam Wingard’s forthcoming monster climax, possesses a cast starring Alexander Skarsgård, Rebecca Hall, furthermore Bryan Tyree Henry, to list a few, Brown will be reprising her part as Madison Russell, the young daughter of Mark and Emma Russell from the former Godzilla movie.
Although there isn’t much information regarding Millie’s role or where she will be in the fight between King Kong and Godzilla, it should be excellent if it is anything similar to her first look.
Stranger Things Season 4
Stranger Things fans have been anxiously and impatiently anticipating the show’s fourth season ever since the unexpected final times of the Season 3 finale back in the summertime of 2019.
Matters were made even more critical in early 2020 when the Duffer brothers and Netflix released a brief teaser of a very much living Jim Hopper (David Harbour) held in what appeared to be a Soviet prison camp in the frosty north back the Iron Curtain.
That added to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) appearing to have lost her capabilities at the end of Season 3 makes the intriguing atmosphere the return of the popular science fiction horror series that further apprehended.
The Girls I’ve Been
Millie Bobby Brown will keep working with Netflix for the foreseeable prospect as the Enola Holmes actress is associated with the upcoming film adaptation of Tess Sharpe’s soon-to-be-released novel The Girls I’ve Been.
In July 2020, Deadline had published that Millie would be delivering the book’s main character, Nora O’Malley, to life on Netflix at some time in the near future.
In the book, which is set to be published in early 2021, Nora is characterized as a prosperous con-artist, which seems to be the family business, who must apply her experience and skills in enticing and impersonation to find a way out of hostage situation adjacent her girlfriend furthermore her ex-boyfriend.
The Thing About Jellyfish
The Girls I’ve Been isn’t the single book adaptation that’s happening down the road for Millie Bobby Brown, as she is also set to appear in a forthcoming movie based on the critically lauded 2015 young adult novel The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin.
The casting was revealed by reports back in March 2019 when it was further announced that Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu would be occupying the director’s chair.
According to that report, Millie will be impersonating the book’s main character, Suzy, a young girl heartbroken by the drowning of her best friend who tries to prove that the death was caused by a unique jellyfish sting. By plunging into a secluded world built by her own mind, Suzy explores life, death, hope, and also friendship.
Millie Bobby Brown is also set to star in the forthcoming fiction thriller Damsel. The movie, which will also see Millie executive produce, revolves around Princess Elodie, who believes she’s being sent off to get married when she’s really being sacrificed to a dragon, according to reports.
Power Rangers (Rumoured)
The final project has yet to be approved and is being seen as a rumour until something more concrete is brought to light, but there is gossip that Millie Bobby Brown is being kept in mind for yet another reboot of the very famous Mighty Morphin Power Rangers franchise.
After Paramount Pictures’ former effort, 2017’s Power Rangers, failed to interest the critics and fans alike, delivering $142.3 million at the global box office through its theatrical run.
In March 2020, a report was published that Brown was being considered to get the part of the Black Ranger in the new reboot that was previously stated in 2019.
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