Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown set to appear in her first movie Godzilla: King Of Monsters
Millie Bobby Brown is expanding her career with an epic new role.
The actress is set to appear in the film Godzilla: King Of Monsters, the sequel to the 2014 film.
Considering that her character has already battled a monster on the acclaimed Netflix series Stranger Things, it looks like she'll be taking that to the next level in her upcoming project.
Movie star: Millie Bobby Brown is headed over to the big screen in Godzilla: King Of Monsters. Here is the actress at the Golden Globes Party in Beverly Hills, California earlier this month
It's currently unclear who else will be starring in the movie, but Michael Dougherty is attached to direct.
The film is expected to hit theaters on March 22, 2019.
This will be Millie's first movie role. Before making it big on Stranger Things, she's made appearances in other shows such as Intruders, Once Upon A Time In Wonderland and Grey's Anatomy.
Breakthrough actress: The Stranger Things star has earned a good haul of popularity lately for her role as Eleven in the Netflix series. Here she is in New York last December
Millie is also expected to return for the second season of Stranger Things as Eleven although it's not yet known how she will return.
Considering that Eleven had a mysterious disappearance, it leaves skepticism on where she wound up.
In a report from JoBlo, David Harbour (who plays Jim) mentioned that things are about to change in future episodes.
Frightening forces: Millie plays a mysterious child who comes from a background with all sorts of secrets on the show. Here she is in a scene with her co-star Finn Woolfhard (left)
'It's a year later in the story, so there are several things that happened last year, like Will has come back,' the actor dished.
'There are certain people in the town that know what happened, and then certain people that don't know what happened. So there's a lot of fallout with who knows what.'
Stranger Things Season 2 is expected to be released on Netflix later this year.
Kiddy party: The young stars of Stranger Things attended the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday
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