When Millie Bobby Brown auditioned for the role of Jane Ives in the popular Netflix movie, she was 1
She told MTV News in a video interview on Wednesday: “I was only 17 years old, but in the end, I was learning to be a woman. I was learning to be a young woman.” “So, as a young girl, people watch You are growing, right? They have almost invested in your growth and journey. But they are not ready to accept the fact that you are growing.”
Brown pointed out that her fashion choices are usually the ones that make fans the most unhappy. “So I put on a short top and people are like,’She’s 10 years old.’ I thought, “No… I’m 17 years old. “That’s what the girls do,” Godzilla vs. Kong The star said. “Or I wear high heels. Or I wear an award ceremony costume, like’She looks fifty years old.’ No, it’s because you have been looking at me since I was 10 years old. That’s why you think so. “
“I think it is very difficult: the transition period. They did not accept it, I have completely accepted it. You know, I am ready. I thought,’It’s been a while. Let me wear high heels! I won’t do it again. Playing those young girls, it’s like, I have fifty million people like my parents,” she said. “My parents are like,’Yes! Thank God. You are seventeen.’ It’s like, “Put on a pair of high heels. Let’s go! “
In her latest movie, Brown replayed the role of Madison Russell (she was still in the 2019 Godzilla: King of Monsters).
It seems that Brown often fails to win in public view. At the age of 15, she was criticized for posting photos of herself wearing blue eye makeup and curly hair on Instagram, which was inspired by the character of Jennifer Grey in the movie Veneer dance. The critic wrote: “You are 15 years old. Stop.”
That year, the actress was Harper’s Bazaar During interviews, she often struggled with her own comments about her appearance. She said: “It is always difficult to dress for the red carpet event, because many people have opinions, but unfortunately, you say you can’t listen, but in fact you have to listen.” For me, I’m sitting There, I thought, I would not listen to what they said, whether it was a reporter or someone who wanted to write badly about my inappropriate clothing. “
In the MTV interview, Brown elaborated on life. She said: “I have been fighting anxiety, and I am learning how to cope.” “I meditate, I keep a lot of diaries, and I spend a lot of time for myself.”
But Brown is committed to forging his own path forward. She told the media: “I don’t want to stop me from anything. This is the most important thing.” “I want to develop.”
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