Stranger Things' shaven-headed female star, Millie Bobby Brown, has said that she wants to be play a young Princess Leia in any potential upcoming Star Wars reboots.

Having recently struck star status for playing a character by the name of Eleven in Netflix's hit sci-fi series, the 12-year-old actor's comments come mere days after Carrie Fischer, the original Princess Leila, died.

Being quizzed on the topic at Rhode Island Comic Con, Brown said: "Princess Leia. If they made – I think they are making another Star Wars – I would love a role like that. Because I want to do something far from Eleven or Madison [her character in BBC drama Intruders].”

Of course this is a total hypothetical. What isn't a hypothetical is Stranger Things season two, which will debut sometime this year.

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