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– by Seth McDonald

 Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, and the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story, a bit of news from the TV world comes our way. Though the third season of Stranger Things won’t air until sometime next year, executive producer Shawn Levy says Season 3 will be a coming of age story for Eleven.

“It’s a beautiful storyline for Eleven this season. It’s really a coming of age for her and understanding what being a normal teenage girl is.”

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The actress who plays Eleven, Millie Bobbi Brown, recently spoke at a Stranger Things panel during the Netflix’s FYSee event and explained her process of bringing Eleven’s emotion to the screen.

 “I found another side of my acting that I didn’t know about. I found techniques on how to cry and how to get angry, and I learned so much from Eleven, from those episodes of being isolated, that when I’m back Season 3, things happen — stranger things happen. I’m just saying I use that style of acting now and my method of acting for Season 3.”

While I absolutely loved Season 1, I was a bit disappointed in the show’s second season, I didn’t hate it by any means, but I definitely didn’t enjoy it as much as the first season. Focusing on Eleven coming of age could be an interesting way to take her story.

I just hope there aren’t anymore demagorgons this time around. We need new monsters.

Is this a direction you would like to see Stranger Things go? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: ScreenRant