It's safe to say that 'Stranger Things' has changed the course of Millie Bobby Brown's life.
The young English actress was an unknown before she took on the role of Eleven in the Duffer Brothers' hit series - but it sounds like she's over the whole thing now.
The 19-year-old and her castmates are waiting until the SAG-AFTRA actors' strike is resolved to film the fifth and final series of 'Stranger Things', but it sounds like she's over it.
In a new interview with Glamour magazine, she said "When you’re ready, you’re like, ‘All right, let’s do this. Let’s tackle this last senior year. Let’s get out of here. 'Stranger Things' takes up a lot of time to film and it’s preventing me from creating stories that I’m passionate about. So I’m ready to say, ‘Thank you, and goodbye.’"
She also commented on the backlash she had received as a 13-year-old, when she was criticised for allegedly talking over her castmates on press tours. "We're kids — we talk over each other. I was just penalised for over-talking and oversharing and being too loud," she said.
"It’s hard to hear that at 12. You’re like, ‘I don’t want to ever talk again. I don’t want to be the loud person… In interviews I couldn’t help but think of all the comments. So I just remembered to stay silent and speak when I was spoken to, even though I was dying to join in. I just felt it wasn’t my turn."
Brown - who recently published her ghostwritten debut novel 'Nineteen Steps', and has her own beauty line called 'Florence by Mills' - also spoke about her relationship with fiance Jake Bongiovi, son of Jon Bon Jovi.
She claimed that she had always dreamed of being a mother rather than a wife, but "after meeting Jake and seeing, ‘Oh, I don’t have to be this stereotypical wife for him'. He doesn’t want me to be that either.
"He wants me to go and do my thing and live my life, and he will hold my hand in the process of that. I was like, ‘Oh, I do want this’."