Netflix Confronts Millie Bobby Brown with a Scary Ghost Face For Ultimate Ego War, Fans Choose a Side


More than six months have passed since the release of the fourth season of “Stranger Things”. Nevertheless, fan enthusiasm does not weaken when it comes to even the smallest information about the characters or stars of the show. So when Netflix declared war between Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Ghostface, it gave fans the opportunity to brainstorm about the winner.

Netflix signed it: “He has no chance,” implying that the streaming giant fully believes in one of the most beloved superheroes. However, most of the people in the comments section were concerned about something else.

Who will win between Millie Bobby Brown and Ghostface?

One of the most intriguing aspects of Eleven in the show’s first season was her obsession with Eggos. No matter how madly she has fallen in love with Mike over the seasons, Eleven’s first love will always be Eggos. And when someone attacks what she loves, she will fight them at all costs with all her might.

However, Ghostface is also a serious competitor that cannot be underestimated so easily. This character became popular thanks to the “Scream” franchise and is still considered one of the most terrifying villains.

Despite the fact that Ghost Faces do not possess any superpowers, they often demonstrate incredible resistance to physical injury, a huge level of physical strength and an almost supernatural ability to conceal themselves, which allows them to appear and disappear in circumstances that seem impossible.

However, many fans are upset that Netflix canceled the sequels of two of the most anticipated shows, “Warrior Nun” and “1899.” Consequently, when Netflix published its war meme “Eleven against the Ghost Egg”, a large fan base of the above shows turned to update them for comments.

Thus, the comments section has become more like the fan page “Save the Warrior Nun and 1899”. According to Augustman, the main reason for the cancellation of these shows is that they were unable to maintain the constancy of their audience, even though they had a brilliant storyline.

The number of viewers was constantly decreasing, which worried the streaming giant. The saddest thing about the “Warrior Nun” is that Netflix canceled the series just a month after the release of the second season.

Do you also think Netflix should bring back these two shows? Let us know in the comments.


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