Millie Bobby Brown has admitted she’s concerned over inadvertently bringing a quirk from Enola Holmes to her character in Stranger Things when filming the final season of the Netflix show.
This week, the sequel to the actress’ Sherlock Holmes spin-off is set to be released on the streaming platform, marking the return of Henry Cavill as the famous detective and Helena Bonham Carter as Eudoria Holmes.
Millie reprises her role as the younger sister of Sherlock and Myrcroft Holmes, who is also a naturally cunning and curious person, just like the rest of her relatives.
In a recent interview, the 18-year-old pointed out that unlike Eleven in Stranger Things, Enola has a tendency to break the fourth wall, addressing her audience directly as they watch her latest hijinks in 19th century England.
However, she confessed that she was worried that her more casual manner of acting for the film series could end up being carried across to Stranger Things, which she’s starred in since 2016.
While speaking during a Q&A at the New York premiere of Enola Holmes 2 in New York, Millie drew parallels between filming Enola Holmes with ‘vlogging on YouTube all day long’.
‘It’s like, “Come along with me on another journey. I wake up. I go on another case,” I mean, it’s amazing,’ she said, according to Today.
‘While filming, I had a dream that I was on the set of Stranger Things, and I couldn’t stop looking at the camera,’ she revealed.
‘And now, I have this deep-rooted fear that now I will never stop looking at the camera. So now, I’m so obsessed with it.’
Millie was joined by her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi at the premiere of the sequel movie, who’s the son of rock musician Jon Bon Jovi.
The titular star stunned in a baby pink, halter neck gown with black, floral embellishments, while Jake looked suave in a black suit.
Other stars in the cast who were in attendance at the premiere included Henry, Su-Ling Bliss, Abbie Hern, Hannah Dodd, Harry Bradbeer and Susan Wokoma.
The latest installment is based on the Nancy Springer book series The Enola Holmes Mysteries.
Stranger Things is available to watch on Netflix, with Enola Holmes set to be released on the streaming platform on Friday November 4.