Millie Bobby Brown has recently opened up about her “deep-rooted fear” in return for the fifth and final season of her breakout Netflix series, Stranger Things, after filming Enola Holmes 2. The actress has recently participated in a Q&A at the sequel’s New York City premiere this week.
Millie explained that her titular Enola Holmes 2 character often breaks the fourth wall and talks to the audience, which she said feels like ‘vlogging on YouTube all day long.’ While gushing about her fear, the actress explained, “While filming, I had a dream that I was on the set of Stranger Things, and I couldn’t stop looking at the camera.” She added, “And now, I have this deep-rooted fear that now I will never stop looking at the camera. So now, I’m so obsessed with it.”
Previously, Stranger Things creators, brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, said that the wait for season 5 “should be quite a bit shorter” after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed season 4, giving them plenty of time to outline the concluding episodes. Season 5 is expected to begin shooting in 2023, according to Netflix.
They also said in an interview with TVLine that season 5 will likely include a time jump, after taking into consideration how much the show’s stars have grown since it premiered in 2016. Millie Bobby Brown starred as the younger sister of the famed fictional detective Sherlock Holmes played by Henry Cavill. Enola Holmes 2 is now available to stream on Netflix. Meanwhile, in Stranger Things, Brown played the role of the lead character Eleven. Brown was 12 when she debuted in the leading role of Eleven.