Millie Bobby Brown scared of 'Stranger Things' after nightmare while filming 'Enola Holmes 2', fans say 'she's great'

Millie Bobby Brown said she has a 'deep-rooted fear' that she'll bring one of Enola Holmes' quirks to the set of 'Stranger Things'

Millie Bobby Brown scared of 'Stranger Things' after nightmare while filming 'Enola Holmes 2', fans say 'she's great'
Millie Bobby Brown had a nightmare while filming 'Enola Holmes' (Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
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Millie Bobby Brown is known for way too many reasons but mostly for her popular show on Netflix, 'Stranger Things'. No one had contemplated that the Sci-Fi series would break so many records and be one of the most highly anticipated shows on Netflix. Regardless, Millie Bobby Brown rose to success ever since and went on to gain popularity in no time. She bagged herself the 'Enola Holmes' movie franchise on Netflix where she plays the part of Henry Cavill's Sherlock Holmes' younger sister who aspires to be a detective.

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However, during the 'Enola Holmes 2' World Premiere, Brown confessed to Today, she got so used to breaking the fourth wall that she had a nightmare about returning to 'Stranger Things', and doing the same thing. She said, "While filming, I had a dream that I was on the set of 'Stranger Things', and I couldn't stop looking at the camera." "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," she continued. Soon after this interview aired fans applauded Millie Bobby Brown for achieving the heights she did regardless of all the criticism she receives. 

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The premise of the sequel revolves around Enola Holmes taking on her first case as a detective, but to unravel the mystery of a missing girl, she'll need some help from friends - and brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill). Nonetheless, 'Stranger Things' has remained one of the highest streaming shows of 2022 until some show or movie breaks the record. Fans of Brown have been appreciating the actress' success and her grounding nature. A fan said, "Can't wait to see this loved the first one and I'm sure I'll love this one," while another adds, "I freaking loved the first Enola Holmes and I can't wait to see the 2nd one."

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A fan shared, "She gets attacked a lot on other platforms for having a “big ego” for no reason when posted in reference to Stranger Things. I honestly think she’s great and has earned the fame. Her and Maisie Williams are amazing actresses that I can’t wait to see what they do." A fan tweeted, "She should give herself far more credit and let herself bite into some healthy ego. She's earned it. She's a phenomenal actress and I hope I live long enough to see the epics she stars in 10-25 years." A fan wrote, "Omg making pop corns already." Lastly, another added, "I LOVE THIS SHOW. I was a big Sherlock Holmes fan as a tween, and if Enola Holmes had been around back in the 1970s, my life might have taken a very different trajectory. THANK YOU for bringing us this bright, bold, fun, accomplished, wonderful character."

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'Enola Holmes 2' is scheduled to be released on November 4, 2022, by Netflix.

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