Is Millie Bobby Brown going to star in The Eternals? According to a new report, she is, despite the fact that she has denied it. The young Stranger Things actress is currently enjoying the release of season 3 of the hit Netflix series and out doing press for it with the rest of her co-stars. The streaming platform released the new season on the 4th of July and many fans have already finished all 8 episodes. As for Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige is about to discuss their upcoming slate at San Diego Comic-Con and may reveal who is starring in The Eternals.
When asked about possibly starring in The Eternals back at the end of May, Millie Bobby Brown claimed that she didn't even know what it was. Video of the interview can be seen below and either Brown is just a really great actress, or she really has no involvement in the movie at all. On the other hand, Marvel Studios are probably the best in the entertainment business when it comes to keeping secrets.
The good news is that we won't have long to wait and see if Millie Bobby Brown is going to be in The Eternals or not. Kevin Feige will be appearing at San Diego Comic-Con next weekend and it is believed he will be sharing details on the MCU's Phase 4, which includes The Eternals. Chloe Zhao is set to direct with Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, and Richard Madden attached to star in the movie. The studio has yet to officially announce The Eternals, but next weekend will more than likely change all of that.
Millie Bobby Brown has been getting a lot of attention over the last few months with the release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters and now with Stranger Things. The 15-year old actress reportedly makes $350,000 an episode, which is a lot more than the average American makes in a year. Brown is said to have made just shy of $3 million, which is more money than most people see in their lifetime. With that being said, coming over to Marvel Studios could make for an even bigger payday.
With Stranger Things and a possible role in The Eternals down the road, Millie Bobby Brown is set to become even more popular than she already was. However, for now, the MCU gig is just a rumor for the time being. Kevin Feige will be the one to announce the news at Marvel Studios' first time back in Comic-Con since 2017. Excitement is already high and building with the recent success of Spider-Man: Far From Home and the absolutely massive Avengers: Endgame, which has a real shot becoming the highest grossing movie of all time in the near future. Perhaps Comic-Con will give the movie the extra push it needs to take down James Cameron's Avatar. Variety was the first to report on Millie Bobby Brown's Eternals casting.