The 'Stranger Things' star was approached while out Christmas shopping with her family by a stranger who asked if they could film her.
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The Grammy Award winner said there are 'so many people the internet should be more worried about'.
Less than a year ago, Millie Bobby Brown was just an average 11-year-old, but then she starred as Eleven in Stranger Things and she and her co-stars soon catapulted into fame. Together with Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp and Caleb McLaughlin, Millie, now aged 12, has been invited to every glitzy celebrity event on the circuit, attending Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards as the Netflix Original series was nominated. And we have to give kudos to Millie and her Stranger Things’ co-stars as when she’s at the events she does what every single one of us would be doing – tracks down all of the A-listers for a suitably flash selfie.
Sci-fi series Stranger Things was one of 2016’s most talked about television events. With season two out this year, fans are keen to know what’s in store for our heroes and, importantly, the fate of Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) as well as what the ending of the season means for rescued Will (Noah Snapp). Will went missing on 6 November, 1983 and by the end of the season we see Will and his family – mum Joyce (Winona Ryder) and brother Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) – sit down for Christmas dinner, thus seeing out the year together.
Premiering to triumphant acclaim, Netflix’s latest series The Crown is based on Queen Elizabeth II’s epic reign. From her wedding to Prince Philip, to her ascent to the throne at the age of 25 and dealing with her ailing Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the show packs a whole lot in 10 episodes. Wolf Hall actress Claire Foy is admirably quaint as the newly-appointed Queen Elizabeth II while former Doctor Who star Matt Smith is easily likeable as Prince Philip. The Crown is television at its finest, an outstanding achievement on every scale. In the supernatural dramadey Lucifer, Tom Ellis plays the devil Lucifer Morningstar, who decides he’s sick of life in hell and comes above ground for a holiday – and some fun.
It’s official - Eleven is back in ‘Stranger Things’ Season Two. ‘Stranger Things’ is already back in production, with Season Two currently underway in Atlanta. The rather cheeky upside-down photo was released by Netflix via Twitter, and depicts the young cast members in their first official cast photo for Season Two.
Pretty much everyone who uses Netflix has binged on Stranger Things over the summer, so it’s only natural that people would take great interest in the show. How much, or in this case how little, words Millie Bobby Brown has to say in the whole season.
Winona Ryder brilliantly plays Joyce Byers, the deranged mother of missing kid Will who relentlessly believes that he’s alive and talking to hear through Christmas lights. David Harbours plays the understated Chief Jim Hopper, a downbeat cop who tries to uncover the truth behind Will’s disappearance.