Millie Bobby Brown is not afraid of a bold hairstyle.
The young style icon has switched up her looks plenty of times and always serves when she does. The 15-year-old will star in the upcoming monster flick Godzilla: King of Monsters, coming out on May 31. The stars of the film traveled to Beijing for the movie premiere where the actress debuted a brand-new 'do.
Stranger Things, the show that gave Brown her start, will return on July 4. So even though this recent hair swap is most likely temporary, we are here for it.
Brown showed off her silky extensions on her Instagram Story.
The young celeb was feeling her look in a selfie-style video with Abergel, as the stylists perfectly craft her straight hair. Fans are used to seeing the short crop on MBB, definitely not this glossy 'do. Of course, the stylish teen is no stranger to a bold look and isn't afraid to switch things up.
She looked elegant while answering press questions for the upcoming adventure film.
The young actor looked confident and chic during the press tour. Her ponytail was popping, and her gown was flawless. Her style was perfectly on point. Abergel was inspired by a 1960s-style ponytail, according to PopSugar.
Brown stars alongside Vera Farmiga and Zhang Ziyi. The film is directed by Michael Dougherty.
The movie is about the release of Titan-sized monsters, such as Godzilla, escaping and wreaking havoc on Earth. A zoology center comes up with a plan to use Godzilla as a weapon against the other monsters. Brown stars as Madison Russell, and from the looks of the trailers, we will see plenty of her iconic dramatic screams and Eleven-esque monster moments. Farmiga stars as Dr. Emma Russell and Ziyi stars as Dr. Chen.
The trailers for the adventure fantasy look thrilling.
The movie is giving off some Stranger Things vibes, thanks to Brown interacting with monsters just as Eleven does in the TV series. The movie is a perfect start-of-summer flick, with plenty of action, special effects, and so many monsters. Fans of the first Godzilla film are highly anticipating the epic sequel.