Millie Bobby Brown, a British actress, has proven that she can do whatever she wants and has accomplished a lot in a short period of time, and she has no plans to stop anytime soon. After breaking through in her acting career with the Netflix sci-fi thriller series Stranger Things. She went on to become a well-known novelist, entrepreneur, and even a beauty tycoon. Because the actor is currently focusing on telling stories about women. Se recently told how a psychic reading helped her realise she is a feminist.
Millie Bobby Brown Journey to Feminism: From Stranger Things to Personal Awakening
Millie began her acting career at a young age, with a little role in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland in 2013.Her international breakthrough came with the part of Eleven in the Netflix drama Stranger Things.
Millie Bobby Brown and her partner Jake Bongiovi are presently arranging their wedding. In an interview with Glamour, she recently opened up about her personal and professional life. While she discussed many of her professional obligations. Her feminism awakening was one discovery that stuck with us.
During the conversation, the Enola Holmes star stated that she became a feminist after meeting with a psychic. She said that a psychic told her she was a feminist, so she went home and asked Google, “How do I know if I’m a feminist?” Following extensive investigation. Millie Bobby Brown stated that she has “really grasped the idea of feminism” and what it means to her. The 19-year-old went on to clarify her reasoning, saying, “Ultimately, it’s about opportunity.”
Focused on Female-Led Stories and Feminism
PCMA Productions is Millie Bobby Brown’s production firm. Which she had named after her and her siblings’ initials: Paige, Charlie, Millie, and Ava. Female-led stories are the focus of her family-run business. She acquired the rights to Enola Holmes’ books and turned them into a Netflix film series.
She is now looking forward to her upcoming Netflix fantasy-action film Damsel, in which she will co-star with Angela Bassett and Robin Wright. Millie Bobby Brown revealed in the same interview that the theme of her production company is “feminism.”