Marvel Has Reportedly Cast Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown In The Eternals

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July 10, 2019  09:23 PM



It looks like Marvel may have secretly cast Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown for a role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s upcoming Phase 4 prequel movie, The Eternals.

Marvel is making a big return to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International and Variety has a new report detailing what Marvel Studios may be planning to announce during its panel at the convention. This includes news for its upcoming film The Eternals. Variety’s article includes a rundown of the film’s reported cast members, and the site listed down Stranger Things Millie Bobby Brown along with Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani.

It’s interesting that Brown is included in the list. Variety is a reputable entertainment news site, so it’s possible that the publication may have heard from some source saying that Brown is to join the MCU. Of course, fans ought to take the report with a grain of salt – we have yet to hear some sort of confirmation from Marvel or at least from another credible source.

Still, we can’t help but hope that Brown joins the MCU. The actress has been quite the hit ever since she first appeared in Matt and Ross Duffer’s phenomenal science fiction horror ode-to-the-80’s series. The British actress has received so much critical acclaim for her work in Stranger Things. Fans have been hoping to see Marvel tap the actress ever since Brown visited the set of Avengers: Infinity War and shared some time with Anthony and Joe Russo.

 Let’s wait and see if she makes it into The Eternals.

Marvel’s latest release, Spider-Man: Far From Home, is currently screening in cinemas.

Read: Spider-Man: Far From Home Needs to Earn $1 Billion Or Else Sony will Break Off Their Deal with Marvel

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