Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown to star in Marvel’s The Eternals
15-year-old Millie Bobby Brown has landed a role in Marvel’s upcoming The Eternals film.
The Stranger Things star will join forces with Salma Hayek and Angelina Jolie, as well as Richard Madden (unfortunately, Marvel is keeping quiet on who is playing who).
The Eternals is a series of comic books from the mid-1970s and features cosmic beings with superpowers. The Eternals fight against their own monstrous offspring, the Deviants.
Marvel fans will know that Thanos – the big bad from the recent Infinity War and Endgame flicks – was also a member of the Eternals back in the day. But there’s nothing to suggest that he’ll be back this time around.
Chinese director Chloe Zhao – who directed 2017’s The Rider – has signed on to run the film.
There are no details about what role Bobby Brown will be playing, but it’s rumoured that Hayek and Jolie will be cast as Thena and Sersi.
The film is slated for a summer 2020 release.
Currently, Bobby Brown is shooting ‘Enola Holmes’ a Sherlock Homes spin-off that revolves around the sister of the ‘world’s greatest detective’.