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Millie Bobby Brown responds to Stranger Things fan theory about Eleven

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Millie Bobby Brown has finally responded to a Stranger Things fan theory about whether Eleven is responsible for creating the world of the Upside Down.

Being a Stranger Things fan not only involves binge-watching every season as soon as it comes out, but also taking to social media to share reactions and theories about the show.

Season four is no exception. As well as theorising about what will happen to Max Mayfield and spotting Will Byers plot holes, viewers have also been speculating about whether Eleven is accidentally behind the alternate dimension existing in parallel to the human world.

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Some fans have even questions whether the big plot twist will be revealed in season four part two, which comes out next week [1 July]. So, what does the 18 year old actor think?

"This is too big of a debate for me to answer," Millie confessed to Variety. "I’m so worried. I think – no, no, no. I think that the alternate universe was always there. That is always going to be under Hawkins.

"I just think she has access to it. I don't think that she created the Upside Down. No, I think that it was always there, I think she just created a gate to it which no-one could before."

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

Hmm. Sounds quite convincing, no? Millie then touched on what viewers can expect from the final two episodes of the season, adding, "These two episodes really give you an insight on this heroine coming to life and letting Eleven do what she needs to do in order to save her friends."

We can't wait.

Stranger Things season four part two lands on Netflix on 1st July.



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