Milly Bobby Brown leaves her role in Stranger Things and becomes the dragon slayer in Damsel.

Millie Bobby Brown appears to be leaving her role on Stranger Things as she stars as a dragon slayer in a new Netflix film.

Millie Bobby Brown became a star early in her life when she was cast as Eleven in Stranger Things at the age of 12.

Since then, Brown has been involved in a number of high-profile projects such as the Enola Holmes and Godzilla franchises.

However, as Stranger Things is coming to an end, it looks like Brown is shedding her teenage acting skin and playing a badass dragon slayer in Netflix’s latest fantasy film.

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Brown takes on a more adult role in the Netflix series “Damsel.”

In a new teaser trailer released by NetflixBrown plays Princess Elodie, a young woman who is about to be married to a handsome prince.

But the fairytale wedding quickly takes a turn when Elodie realizes that she was brought into the family only to be sacrificed to a dragon that plagues the land.

Once the wedding is over, she is thrown into a cave with the fire-breathing dragon and must rely solely on her wits and will to survive.

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“Damsel” was directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, best known for directing the film “28 Weeks Later,” and written by Dan Mazeau, who wrote the screenplay for “Fast X.”

The film also stars Angela Bassett as Lady Bayford, Robin Wright as Queen Isabelle and Nick Robinson as Prince Henry.

Damsel is set to premiere on Netflix in 2024. You can check out more of our Netflix content below:

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Dustin Huang

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