Stranger Things ends after five seasons, but a spin-off movie is in the works. Millie Bobby Brown, on the other hand, doesn’t look like she’ll be there. The Sun says Millie turned down $10 million to be in the movie because she wanted to try something new in her career.
Millie has clarified that she’s ready for the show to end, but Netflix hasn’t confirmed this, so take it with a grain of salt.
She told Seventeen this month, “I’m ready to wrap up.” “I feel like a lot of the story has already been told, and we all know it because it has been a part of our lives for a long time. But I’m ready to close this chapter of my life and start something new. I can make up my own stories that are important to me and keep my eye on the bigger picture. But I’m happy [that show] exists.”
Millie also said she is focusing on school right now, saying, “Since my job is so emotional, it’s nice to be able to step away from that and learn about something interesting. I’m very aware of how lucky I am to have access to education and to be able to learn more about the things I want to learn about. I can then help other young people access education in places where they can’t get it on their own. It’s a circle that keeps giving.”
Millie is ready to move on from Stranger Things, but a source tells The Sun that the show will expand its universe: “There are so many ways it could go. Nothing is ruled out. They think it could be a stage show like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for Broadway and the West End. Another spin-off show about some of the show’s main characters is also in the works.”
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