Millie Bobby Brown, star of the Netflix series Stranger Things, reportedly turned down a £10 million offer to star in a spin-off film of the series.
The 19-year-old actress Enola Holmes rose to fame after portraying Eleven, a teenage girl with telepathic and psychokinetic abilities, in the Netflix hit science fiction drama.
A final season of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, also starring Winona Ryder and Finn Wolfhard, is scheduled for release in 2024.
According to reports, the actress, who was previously slated to play Eleven/Jane Hopper in a spin-off, will not be involved.
Brown reportedly turned down £10 million to star in a Stranger Things film, according to The Sun.
A source stated, “There are so many possible outcomes. Nothing is out of the question.”
They believe it would translate well into a Broadway and West End stage production, similar to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Another spin-off series based on some of the show’s main characters is currently developing.
In a March interview with Seventeen, the actress stated that she was “absolutely ready” to conclude filming on Stranger Things.
She explained, “I feel as though much of the story has already been told, and we’ve been aware of it for a very long time. However, I am eager to close this chapter of my life and begin new ones.”