As if today's news that there will be a To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel wasn't exciting enough, Netflix wunderkind Millie Bobby Brown has said she wants to be an extra in the cast. The Stranger Things actor expressed interest in joining the cast of the hit Netflix film's sequel in an emotional Instagram Story on Thursday.
“I was scrolling on Instagram like another casual day and I’m scrolling by and I see this video,” says Bobby Brown in the clips. “She (Condor) said there’s going to be a To All The Boys Sequel and I’m going to cry.”
Addressing the camera emotionally, the girl who saved the entire Stranger Things world in the iconic Netflix series asks the TV production studio to “hit me up” to be an extra.
Jenny Han, the author of the best-selling To All The Boys I've Loved Before youth novel trilogy that the films are adapted from, announced the plans for a follow-up to the film in a clip shared to Twitter.
Bobby Brown responded on her social media with a series of thank yous: “I want to thank Netflix, I want to thank Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. I wanna cry.”
While there's no word that Bobby Brown is being considered for the series, she has back-up. Writing on her own Instagram Story, Anna Cathcart – aka Kitty in To All The Boys – said Bobby Brown joining would be “iconic,” adding: “Can we please make this happen?”