Stranger Things 4 Part 1 will release on Netflix on May 27. Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven in the series, has been playing the popular character since she was 12, and she recently opened up on how the show’s 80s setting has altered her and her co-stars during a recent interview ahead of the series’ Season 4: Part One release.
Brown told Entertainment Tonight that the show Stranger Things, which is set in the 1980s, has had a big impact on her and her co-star Noah Schnapp. Millie explained how the series’ setting rubbed off on them despite the fact that they were both born in the early 2000s. She said, “You can’t say ‘Oh you weren’t born in the 80s so you don’t know.’ We really have been in it for eight years now, like you gotta give it to us.”
Millie went on to say that one of the things she has grown to love about the 1980s as a result of her role in the play is the music, fashion and hairstyles. She said, “My favourite thing about the 80s is the music, the fashion and the hairstyles.” She also stated that she adored the timeline and that she would love to travel back in time to the 1980s, complete with wifi, iPhones, and Bluetooth.
Millie Bobby Brown will reprise her role as Eleven among other Stranger Things cast members. Season 4 begins up after the Battle of Starcourt, with the Hawkins kids still reeling from the previous season’s drastic changes and tragedies. We won’t have to wait long for the second half of the season, which will be accessible on July 1st. Season 4 will not be split evenly because it has nine episodes, with the first five appearing in May and the final four in July.
Brown previously stated that her character Eleven would reach her darkest point yet in season 4 of Netflix’s hit supernatural horror series. Stranger Things is a Netflix original series set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, and follows a group of young friends as they struggle to explain what’s going on in their community.