Millie Bobby Brown Shares Picture Of Body Doubles From Godzilla: King of the Monsters
T he 15-year old Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown is already turning heads everywhere with her chic style at the premiere of her upcoming movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters. But that’s not it- her face was used as a reference for the character before the movie even began filming. So, Millie was a part of the cast even before she was officially signed in. And it seems like the actress is pretty excited about her debut film role.
While teasing the movie, she shared a picture with all the body doubles they had for her on the sets.
Millie Bobby Brown Had Three Body Doubles on the Sets of ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’
Millie who is playing the role of Madison Russell in the follow-up film to Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla has shared an interesting picture from the sets of the movie. Apparently, the actress had three different body doubles on the set for. Brown shared a picture of herself sitting with all the doubles revealing that there are 4 Madisons working in the movie. Naturally, fans have already taken over the challenge of finding which one is the real Millie.
Now that Godzilla: King of the Monsters will be out on May 31st, it will be exciting to find out which parts Millie might have refused to play. After all, there is a reason that they had to hire three different body doubles for her role!
Millie Still Underwent Physical Training
Even with so many body doubles, Millie Bobby Brown has shared that she went through physical training for her upcoming film. The training was meant to induce strength in the actress. She needed it so that she was able to properly read her lines after running in many shots. She claimed that,
When you watch the movie you see I have a lot of running. Running takes its toll. Especially if I was running up the hill and didn’t want to be out of breath when I got to the top and had to say lines.
Anticipation for Godzilla: King of the Monsters is running high and the movie drops out in theaters on May 31st.