Millie Bobby Brown Joining Cast Of Wednesday?

Millie Bobby Brown made a social media post with a caption that convinced fans she's working on Wednesday season 2.

By Mark McKee | Published

Millie Bobby Brown is one of the biggest up-and-coming stars in the world right now, and she can attribute that rising star status to her work with one of the largest streaming services in the world. She is arguably the biggest name on Netflix with her work as Eleven in every season of Stranger Things, and her later work alongside Henry Cavill in the Netflix original duo of films surrounding Enola Holmes. While there are endless fan theories for the series, fans have seemingly jumped to far-fetched conclusions with a post on her Instagram making them think Millie Bobby Brown is joining season 2 of Wednesday

The actress took to her social media to celebrate some new work on a set with a caption that played on the title, saying “on Wednesday’s we work.” While there is almost zero evidence that this caption means she is joining Jenna Ortega on the second season of the series following the gothic girl from The Adams Family, that didn’t stop fans from taking to their own social media accounts to speculate. With many of them believing that her basic statement was a cryptic message that Millie Bobby Brown is joining Wednesday, it is simply another way that fans make far-reaching assumptions. 

Fans are always looking for connections and clues as to what is next, whether it is something fans are looking forward to or something they are dreading. When WandaVision was all the rage, things as small as an advertisement on a billboard behind Agatha that contained the letters M&B led fans to believe they stood for Mephisto and his son Blackheart. Of course, that line of thinking meant that plenty of fans found themselves disappointed when he didn’t show up at the end of season 1. 

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Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Stranger Things

Jumping to the conclusion that Millie Bobby Brown would be joining Wednesday fits right in with fans who have been all over the internet lately. Another popular fan theory that sprung up based on virtually zero evidence is that Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is connected to the Tomb Raider franchise. The loose connection almost solely relies on the fact that Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who stars in the new Indiana Jones adventure, also has a development deal with Amazon for a new Tomb Raider series for the streamer. 

Millie Bobby Brown is best known for her role as the main character on Stranger Things, building a career based on her performance along with other stars Finn Wolfhard and Sadie Sink. She went on to land another franchise to anchor with the streamer when she starred as the little sister of the greatest detective in literature, Sherlock Holmes. While fans may want Millie Bobby Brown to jump on board with Wednesday, Jenna Ortega seems to be holding it down just fine. 

Fans will always be grasping for straws when they look for clues to what is coming next, especially when they are closely following a big franchise like the MCU, Star Wars, or Game of Thrones. Regardless of what fans want to see, you will likely not see Millie Bobby Brown on Wednesday soon.