Netflix dropped the final teaser for the coming “Stranger Things” Season 2. From the looks of it, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is back to join her friends and embark on a new journey.

It looks like Will (Noah Schnapp) is going to need Eleven’s help as he is still being disturbed by the terrors of the Upside Down. The streaming network unveiled the almost three-minute trailer introduced by Brown herself at the recent London Comic-Con on Monday.

The final trailer

“Stranger Things” Season 2’s final trailer is all about Eleven’s return in the real world.

To recall, after her fight with the Demogorgon, El was suddenly gone and nowhere to be seen. Little did her friends, Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Mike (Finn Wolfhard), know that she was back in the Upside Down.

Now, the Weirdo will definitely return as she has found her way back to Hawkins Middle School. In the teaser, she sees a way to open a portal and she uses all her strength to make her way out. Although she is getting weak and her nose is heavily bleeding, she manages to create a big opening that will bring her back to the real world.

The fun of filming and acting

In an interview with Radio Times, Millie Bobby Brown talked about her life as an actress and how people can relate to her character as Eleven.

The 13-year-old star admitted that she is not sure how long she will be an actress. “I don’t know if I’ll keep doing it or go off to college,” she said. However, she is enjoying every moment on the set with her friends. In fact, she explained that she is not looking for longevity, but for the fun of filming and acting.

Brown also revealed that her old friends are suddenly messaging her again on her social media pages after the science-fiction horror web series became a hit. She strongly believed that it is not because of her fame, but because they can relate to her character’s story.

Doing action-packed scenes

Millie Bobby Brown also talked about her traumatic scenes in “Stranger Things” Season 1. This includes being locked up in a cell, running away from her captors, and battling the Demogorgon.

Although these things may seem too hard, she just shrugged it off as just enjoying filming. In fact, she admitted that she opted to do more action-packed scenes rather than doing the lighter ones. “I love to cry in a scene and I like action scenes where stuff is happening,” she said.

The entire nine episodes of “Stranger Things” Season 2 will be dropped on October 27 on Netflix.

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