Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven in the series Stranger Things, confided in the end of the show, which will arrive during season 5. She compared this last season to the end of high school, and feels ready to approach the next chapter. However, this is not the case for all the actors in the Netflix series.
Stranger Things season 5: time to say goodbye
Since 2016, the series Stranger Things made the heyday of Netflix, establishing itself as one of the most popular and recognized series on a global scale. After four seasons full of surprises, the time has come for the band of teenagers from Hawkins to say goodbye to our screens. This fifth season will mark the conclusion of the story, and she will have to put an end to the confrontation between the young heroes and Vecnathe powerful antagonist introduced in the previous season.
Season 4 had ended on a major cliffhanger, with Vecna having managed to plunge Hawkins into the Upside Down, and Will still feeling its evil presence. These elements suggest a final season of Stranger Things with heightened intensity, promising an epic and emotional outcome for fans of the series.
The secrets of Millie Bobby Brown
The young actors of Stranger Things began their careers in the series, so it represents more than a professional adventure for them. Having to say goodbye to this show is therefore an important step for them.and the beginning of another career.
In a recent interview with Women’s Wear Daily, Millie Bobby Brown, the actress who plays Eleven, shared her feelings about the impending end of Stranger Things. She compared this stage to that of the end of high school, expressing readiness to close this chapter to embrace new opportunities and experiences:
I believe I am ready. It was such a big moment in my life, but it’s like the last year of high school. We are preparing for the baccalaureate, we are happy with this time spent on the school benches, but also ready for the next chapter of our lives.
Other cast members also shared their thoughts on the series’ conclusion. Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, confessed to feeling both excitement and fear facing the end of this adventure which marked their professional life. David Harbour, interpreter of Sheriff Hopper, pointed out that although the end is bittersweet, it is time for the actors to pursue new projects, while admiring the talent of the creators, the Duffer brothers.
Sadie Sink, who plays Max, also expressed her emotions as the conclusion approached. During an interview for the Today Show, she shared that leaving the show would be both “sad”, “scary” and “horrible”. The strong bonds forged between the actors over the years make this moment a mixture of intense emotions. While keeping her character’s fate a secret, she revealed her involvement in the filming, hinting that Max will still have his part to play.
The fifth and final season of Stranger Things is eagerly awaited, marking the end of an epic that has captivated millions of fans around the world. It should arrive in the course of 2024.