Millie Bobby Brown's Remarks on 'Stranger Things' Upset Crew Members and Fans

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Millie Bobby Brown, best known for her role as Eleven in the hit Netflix series "Stranger Things," has stirred controversy with her recent remarks about the show. The actress expressed her desire to move on from the series, leading to disappointment among crew members and some fans.

A source close to the production told Daily Mail, "Don't be surprised if we hear from Millie in the near future bringing back her comments a little bit, because although they were her true thoughts, she now sees how it looks." Many crew members were reportedly disappointed with her comments, feeling that she should respect the hard work that contributed to her career and financial success.

While the insider acknowledged that the crew members love Millie, they emphasized that these comments have struck a nerve with those who rely on "Stranger Things" for their livelihoods. Despite this, they believe that the situation will eventually be resolved as they continue working on the show.

In her interview with Glamour, Millie revealed that "Stranger Things" had prevented her from pursuing her passion in her acting career, and she expressed her readiness to say goodbye to the series. She stated, " 'Stranger Things' takes up a lot of time to film and it's preventing me from creating stories that I'm passionate about."

Millie assured fans that her relationship with her co-stars would remain unchanged even after the show's conclusion. She emphasized that "no one is dying" and that they would still stay connected.

Millie's comments not only upset the "Stranger Things" crew but also sparked a reaction from fans on social media. Some defended her right to express her feelings, while others criticized her for being ungrateful to the show that brought her fame and fortune. It remains to be seen how this controversy will affect the ongoing production of "Stranger Things."

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