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Photos: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 NY Screening

Photos: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 NY Screening

Millie and the cast of Stranger Things attended a screening of season 3 of the show in New York. I’ve added photos to the gallery. The whole cast looked lovely. Enjoy!

Photos: Photocall For Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3

Photos: Photocall For Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3

Millie attended the Photocall For Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things‘ Season 3 with other cast members of the show. She looked lovely. I’ve added photos to the gallery. Enjoy!

Press/Photos: Millie Bobby Brown on breaking beauty rules

Press/Photos: Millie Bobby Brown on breaking beauty rules

Millie Bobby Brown is the ultimate teen game-changer: bold, outspoken, and defying gender beauty norms. Ignore her at your peril!

In many ways, Millie Bobby Brown is like every other 15-year-old. Her phone is a constant attachment (it was tucked under her legs during our interview), onesies are her favourite clothing, and she spends free time chilling with her sister, Ava, aged seven, watching Disney’s The Lion King and Matilda. But Millie has quite a few qualities that set her apart from the majority of teens, too. Most strikingly, of course, she’s a Hollywood megastar. Netflix smash Stranger Things made her a household name when she was just 11, and in the next year she’ll star in Godzilla vs. Kong and take the title role in Enola Holmes, playing Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister. She has more than 28 million followers on Instagram… did we mention that she’s only 15?!

And it’s not just on the big screen that she’s making waves. Millie – or Mills, as she’s called by friends and family – wants to use her platform to do good, joining the ranks of teenage activists and disrupters who’ve become a force for positive change in recent years (the mass school walkouts over climate change being a case in point). Having recently been appointed UNICEF’s youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador, she plans to use her voice to raise awareness of issues that affect young people: lack of education, safe places to play and learn and the impact of violence, bullying and poverty.

So it comes as no surprise that she has a strong work ethic: ‘One job isn’t enough for me. I’m a prime multi-tasker. I’m also proactive. As soon as I have an idea, I’ve got to try and fulfil it as soon as possible,’ she says. Her latest venture? Launching her own skincare and beauty range, florence by mills, exclusively in Boots. Naturally, for this Gen-Z crusader, it’s cruelty-free, inclusive, and gives back. We sat down with Millie in her family home to talk about the range, gender-neutral beauty and the rise of the teenage game-changer.

Millie on… entrepreneurship
‘I came up with the idea for my beauty range when my dad and I were on a plane from Atlanta to Argentina. I was practising applying make-up – I’m a bit of a fanatic – and while I looked great, I didn’t feel great. I told my dad I felt there was a gap in the market for skincare and make-up aimed solely at young people. I knew I could create something that sat in the middle and “spoke” to people like me and my friends. Something that’s healthy and good for your skin, but also fun and still represents youth. As soon as we landed, I phoned everyone and said I had to do something of my own.’ Fast-forward two years and Millie has created a range of 15 products, including skincare and cosmetics. It has chic, matte purple packaging – her favourite colour – and a fragrance that’s a mix of lavender, rose and cucumber, her favourite scents. ‘As a young person and entrepreneur, I wanted to be taken seriously. And it’s been hard, these past six years, working non-stop to prove to myself and to society that young people deserve a seat at the table.’ The range is named after her great-grandmother, who passed away before Millie was born, ‘I’m like her. She was loud, opinionated and didn’t stop talking. She loved people and she loved the world. And that’s me.’

Millie on… ethical beauty
Making sure florence by mills was vegan and cruelty-free was essential to Millie’s vision. ‘I love animals: I have two tortoises, three dogs and a cat. My favourite animal is the orca whale, and my little sister and I are always in the garden saving insects. I knew the brand had to be cruelty-free. It was a no-brainer.’ The brand also gives back through their support of the Olivia Hope Foundation*, a US charity to fund childhood cancer research, in memory of her friend Olivia, who died from a rare and aggressive form of the disease.

Millie on… gender stereotypes
When it came to shaving her head for her role as Eleven in Stranger Things, Millie didn’t give it a second thought. ‘I wanted to work and had no problem with getting rid of my hair, which was long at the time. I told my mum, “It’s just hair; it doesn’t define me as a girl.” She said, “You’ll be bullied and called names.” And that’s what happened. I was called names in the street. But instead of bringing me down, it gave me the light I needed to be humble and to understand that not everyone’s life is easy. As a society, we’re conditioned to see girls with long hair and boys with short hair, but I’ve always wanted to go against that. In this respect, I’m not very good at following the rules. It was a liberating experience, and I’d do it again.’

Millie on… online bullying
Using her fame to speak out about and tackle issues that are close to her, starting with cyber-bullying, is important to Millie. ‘I get bullied online a lot by older people. It can be hurtful. I’m lucky that I’m the type of person who can brush it off. I’ll often respond to a comment with something like: “I’m so sorry you live a life that’s filled with so much hate, because I live my life with so much love.” My parents have taught me to love and not to dislike and hate people.’

Millie on… teenage game-changers
‘The phrase “children should be seen and not heard”: that’s never been who I am. My parents have never said that; they’ve always encouraged and motivated me to speak up and to never stop.’ And now, as a UNICEF ambassador, she has an official capacity to do just that. ‘To have the title is such an honour. It’s an exciting time to be young, because now my voice is being heard and I can try to spark a voice in other young people. It’s amazing to be part of an organisation that gives a voice to every child.’

And she knows she has an army of teens on her side. ‘It’s not just me out there. Malala Yousafzai is one of the most inspirational young women I know. She stands up for something I feel passionate about: that every young person deserves an education. In different cultures and places, young girls don’t get the education they deserve, and I think it’s one of my biggest challenges and missions. Look at Greta Thunberg. I watched her speech to the EU, and it had me smiling all day. We’ve come a long way, but still there are those who believe young people aren’t as important. However, we’re slowly forming a generation that will be heard.’

Millie on… being a role model
Take a quick scroll through Millie’s Instagram feed and you find posts that are funny, silly and full of joy. ‘My social media represents positivity. You go there to laugh and see a real human being. I don’t like posting things that don’t feel like me.’ I ask if her mum checks what she’s putting up. ‘She trusts me. She’s not on Instagram, but she’ll take a photo of me and say, “This is who you are – put that up.” She helps me stay true to who I am.’ Her parting advice to fellow teens? ‘It doesn’t matter how young you are, you still have your own voice and your opinion. And you can stand up for yourself.’ If only there were more adults who thought like Millie Bobby Brown.
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Photos: Pandora x Millie Recent Events Updates + Photo Session

Photos: Pandora x Millie Recent Events Updates + Photo Session

Millie has been out today and last week promoting the Pandora x Millie collection. You can see photos in the gallery.

What do you think of the collection? What’s your favorite piece?

Video: Stranger Things 3 World Tour | New York City | Episode 1

First stop: New York City. The Stranger cast hit the ground running in New York with stops at Good Morning America, Kelly & Ryan and more.

The Stranger Things World Tour: Chapter 1 of 6.

Photos: Millie for Converse

Photos: Millie for Converse

Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown is Launching Her Own Converse Sneaker Collection and It’s SO Eleven

You literally can’t get through a single scene of Stranger Things without a shot of a Converse sneaker. The entire party basically lives in the classic shoe, because they provide the unyielding comfort required to take on the Mind Flayer.
Millie Bobby Brown has joined forces with Converse to become the brand’s youngest product collaborator. Today, Converse announces its new, unisex, customizable collection with Brown, called Millie By You.

The breakout Stranger Things star brings her passion for self-expression and aquatic life to the canvas of Converse’s iconic Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers. Brown worked alongside the brand’s design team to develop a palette of 10 one-of-a-kind colorways for shoes that can be customized down to every detail, including the foxing, pinstripe, laces, eyelets, and logo placement.

Millie By You is will be available and ready to build on Converse.com and Converse.eu beginning July 11. Shop Converse.

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Press: Marvel’s The Eternals Full Cast Reportedly Revealed, Includes Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown — who plays “Eleven” on Netflix’s Stranger Things and recently starred in Godzilla: King of the Monsters — has reportedly been cast in Marvel’s The Eternals.

According to Variety, Brown will join Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, and Richard Madden in the cosmic comic book movie. (Disney had not responded to IGN’s request for comment at time of publish.)

Keanu Reeves and Salma Hayek are also reportedly up for roles in the Disney film, which will be directed by Chloé Zhao.

While none of the aforementioned actors’ roles have been announced nor their casting confirmed, Variety reports that Marvel Studios is expected to announce the full cast — along with their Phase 4 film lineup — at next week’s San Diego Comic-Con.

So far, the rumor mill has pegged Jolie as playing Sersi and Madden as Ikaris.

If you don’t know much about The Eternals — and, let’s face it, most people likely don’t — check out this expansive breakdown on who they are and how they came to be in the Marvel Comics.

And for SPOILERISH coverage of Millie Bobby Brown and the gang in the latest season of Stranger Things, check out our review of Season 3, our explainer on the season’s ending, our theories on The American and THAT character’s fate, and whether there will be a Season 4.
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Photos: Recent Public Appearances and Talk Show Stills

Photos: Recent Public Appearances and Talk Show Stills

I’ve added hundreds of missing photos of Millie from her recent public appearances and talk show stills. The premiere for Stranger Things was tonight and she and cast all looked so lovely!! I apologize for the delay in adding them. I will work on adding new and missing photoshoots, magazine scans, and Stranger Things photos this weekend so be sure to check back! Enjoy.

Press/Photos: 2019 Magazine Scans and Photo Sessions Round Up

Press/Photos: 2019 Magazine Scans and Photo Sessions Round Up

I’ve added a bunch of magazine scans and photo sessions of Millie from this year that are either recent or missing from the gallery. Check them out! There are so many lovely shots. I will need to work on a new design with these when I have more time. Enjoy.

Press/Photos/Videos: Godzilla Promotional Events

Press/Photos/Videos: Godzilla Promotional Events

Sorry for the lack of updates. I’ve had a lot of personal things going on and not able to come online. I am getting caught up on my fansites and am glad to say I got most of Millie’s gallery updated (sans Stranger Things season 3 images which I will add soon.)

I’ve added nearly 600 photos of Millie from her promotional events and press surrounding Godzilla. Check out the photos and the link of videos of her recent interviews.

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