There's been a persistent rumor going around that Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has signed up to join the MCU in The Eternals. Her great performance in portraying a kid with supernatural power is what probably attracts Marvel.
Regardless, between Stranger Things, Enola Holmes, and now possibly The Eternals, fans of Brown will definitely get a lot of chances to catch her both on the big and small screens for the next few years. Thanos, the villain from "Avengers: Endgame", is part of that same Eternals family, but nothing so far hints at his participation in the as-yet-under-development film's scenario.More news: Eurozone downgrades growth forecasts as global trade tensions rise
SO, phase four of the MCU will focus on The Eternals. But it seems that The Eternals isn't the right movie for Brown. So far, Angeline Jolie, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani and the Internet's current boyfriend Keanu Reeves have reportedly been added to the cast. Chloe Zao will direct this movie and Matthew K. Firpo and Ryan Firpo will be the writers.
Stranger Things fans have been binge-watching the latest season, which is leaving them with more questions than answers and falling in love with a brand new character that has a scene-stealing moment in the season finale.More news: Attorney General Barr won't recuse himself from NY case against Epstein
The film is thought to centre around Sersi, a fourth-generation member of the group born during the Hyborean Age who can manipulate cosmic energy to give her virtual immortality, invulnerability and molecular manipulation. We are also likely to get some casting announcements, and one of those could be Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.More news: Amazon to spend $700 million to train 100,000 workers for digital age