Millie Bobby Brown has achieved meteoric success in the role of Eleven on Netflix’s Stranger Things that has quickly spread to her entire career--she stars in the newly released Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and is also set to appear in the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong. Even beyond these films, though, Brown has already expressed interest in a wide array of other genres--including what she revealed this week: musicals.
In an interview with Refinery29, Brown noted that while she has appeared in a number of science fiction projects, she’s eager to expand into other genres. “I obviously have a romantic interest in Stranger Things, but not like an actual romantic movie. I haven't ever done a comedy,” she said. “[I want to try] things like that.”
When asked if she would do a musical, she added that, “Absolutely. I haven't touched that either, but I'd love to. I love singing, so that would be my ultimate pride and joy.”
Brown did not cast any aspersions on science fiction or other genre fiction, however. “I like the mystical element, the 'Whoa,' the unreal world that feels so real,” she said. “I think it seems like it would be more fun to do things like that anyway. But I guess I've never experienced anything else.”
We’d be ecstatic to see Brown in whatever kind of project she ends up in--she consistently wows us as Eleven, and we’re sure she’d do the same in any genre she tries. In the meantime, we'll settle for her appearance in Stranger Things Season 3, which premieres this July 4.