Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven on the Netflix supernatural drama Stranger Things, said she is “ready to say goodbye” to the role. The actor has enjoyed her time on the program but is ready to move on to other challenges now that it has reached its last season.
The actress who plays Enola Holmes talked to Seventeen magazines about Stranger Things’ upcoming fifth and final season. “I’m ready to wrap things up,” she said. “I feel like a lot of the story has already been told, and we all know about it because it’s been a part of our lives for a long time.”
Brown, who became famous after her breakthrough role as Eleven in the smash Netflix series when she was just 12, said that she is ready for this chapter to end and for new ones to begin. “I’m able to develop tales that are meaningful to me and focus on the greater picture,” she continued. Nonetheless, I appreciate the program a lot, so there.
Brown, though, isn’t the only Stranger Things star with exit ambitions. After “nearly nine years from filming the first season,” David Harbour, who plays Jim Hopper, told Discussing Film last month that “he feels it is time to stop.”
The Duffer Brothers have previously teased that while Stranger Things may be ending, the universe it exists in will continue on. “The universe of Stranger Things is vast and full of untold stories waiting to be told, mysteries and adventures and surprising heroes.” In February 2022, the formal announcement was read.