Netflix 'Stranger Things' Season 4: Millie Bobby Brown teases 'lots of crying, lots of laughing'

Ahead of the show's release, Brown said the new season focusses on her character Eleven become a woman of her own


                            Netflix 'Stranger Things' Season 4: Millie Bobby Brown teases 'lots of crying, lots of laughing'
Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in 'Stranger Things 4' (Netflix)
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'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown teased 'lots of crying, lots of laughing' ahead of the fourth season's premiere later in May. The blockbuster Netflix show stats Brown as Eleven, one of the titular characters, and the actress, making an appearance on 'The Tonight Show' starring Jimmy Fallon shed light on what's in store for her character and the audience. She previewed Season 4 from Eleven's perspective saying the girl with powers matures and starts her journey of becoming an adult in her own right.

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"The main part and the slogan of this storyline is it’s the beginning of the end,” Brown opined (via IndieWire). "We really have to dig deep into her beginning and how she became who she is with the people around her, and how to gain that autonomy and become this woman on her own. So this storyline this season really digs into that."

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When asked what to expect from the new season, Brown was careful not to give anything away, despite Fallon pressing for a bit of tease here and there. “Definitely lots of answers,” she said when asked what to expect in the new season. “Lots of crying, lots of laughing.” The hit 80s horror show has already been renewed for a fifth and final season. The upcoming edition is split into two volumes with the first premiering on May 27 and the second slated to release July 1. With the show renewed for a final season, it's safe to expect answers to only some of the questions that were present right from the start of season 3.

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The official synopsis reads, "It’s been six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with the aftermath, our group of friends is separated for the first time – and navigating the complexities of high school hasn't made things any easier. In this most vulnerable time, a new and horrifying supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down."

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'Stranger Things' Season 4 premieres May 27 on Netflix.