‘Stranger Things’ Eleven Imitates Negan: Is She Going To Be A Part Of ‘The Walking Dead’?

By Kelly Callanga - 30 Nov '16 04:50AM
  • Premiere Of Netflix's 'Stranger Things' - Arrivals
  • (Photo : Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images) "Stranger Things" Millie Bobby Brown or Eleven has just posted two videos on Twitter imitating "The Walking Dead's" Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Millie said that she has been wanting to be part of "The Walking Dead."

While "Stranger Things" is on season break and working on the second season, Millie Bobby Brown, portraying the Eleven's character has shown interest in being a part of AMC's "The Walking Dead" after imitating Negan.

According to Comicbook, Millie has been showing a desire to be part of "The Walking Dead." The news site reported that "Eleven" said in a statement while attending the Comic Con in Rhode Island, that there is one TV show that she badly wanted to be a part of.

The 12-year-old Millie said that she has tried everything just to be part of "The Walking Dead." She also stated that she does not care whatever role she gets, even pose as a walker, as long as she gets to be part of the show.

And though Millie did not get any luck getting in, at least she got to meet one of the most-feared antagonists on the show, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who portrays Negan. Luckily, "Eleven" was able to pose for a photo with the 50-year-old actor.

It seemed like Mille could not get over meeting Negan and is still eager to be part of "The Walking Dead." The "Stranger Things" child star posted videos on Twitter imitating Negan when he appeared at the gates of Alexandria as the "Big Bad Wolf" saying, "Little pig, little pig... Let. Me. In."

Millie posted another short video clip on Twitter, according to Konbini, impersonating Negan's "Eenie Minie Miney Moe" scene on "The Walking Dead" season 7 premiere episode where Negan killed Glenn and Abraham using his baseball bat named Lucille.

On the other hand, the second season of Netflix's original series "Stranger Things" is expected to release its premiere episode in 2017, is said to be adding two more new characters: Max (Sadie Sink) and Billy (Dacre Montgomery). "Stranger Things" season 2 is said to be running 9 episodes.

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