Hollywood child star Millie Bobby Brown is expected to grace AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2016.
The 12-year-old actress is known for portraying Eleven in the Netflix original series Stranger Things. In this sci-fi thriller series, she stars opposite Winona Ryder and David Harbour.
Brown will be part of a pop culture gathering slated on August 26 to 28 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
Her portrayal of the enigmatic Eleven earned her high praises, including that of Variety.com chief TV critic Maureen Ryan. She wrote, “Millie Bobby Brown is about to be cast in a lot of projects. With a very small number of lines, Brown gave an indelible performance as Eleven; the ways she subtly yet movingly conveyed fear, sadness, doubt, love and a yearning for connection will stay with me for a long time.”
Previously, Brown was cast after an extensive search as a lead in the series Intruders, opposite Oscar winner Mira Sorvino and John Simm. Brown also took on a recurring role in the series Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, as Young Alice. She has also guested in a number of cult favorites such as Modern Family, NCIS, and Grey's Anatomy.
For the fans of the Stranger Things star, APCC Manila is offering autograph and photograph session tickets with the child actress, which will be available soon for purchase on SM Tickets website (https://smtickets.com/events/view/4666) or at all SM Tickets outlets.
AsiaPOP Comicon (APCC) is an international pop culture convention themed around comics, film, toys and collectibles, animation, games, cosplay, superheroes and everything pop culture. The event will attract several internationally renowned celebrities and pop-culture icons.
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APCC Manila 2016 tickets are now available via SM Tickets with ticket prices P550 (one-day pass), P850 (two-day pass), and P1,050 (three-day pass).
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown to visit Manila for AsiaPOP Comicon 2016
by Jocelyn Dimaculangan posted on August 11, 2016