We should actually put it differently. The acting per se was perhaps not the biggest flaw during Millie’s early days in Hollywood, but rather a bunch of painful rejections. Many major roles passed her nose and one Game of Thrones-rejection (almost) threw a spanner in the works, Millie admits on Jimmy Fallon’s show.
Millie Bobby Bijna in Game of Thrones
Millie once auditioned for the role of Lyanna Mormont, who eventually, played by Bella Ramsey, stole the show multiple times due to her badass mentality and sassy comments. That rejection hurt a lot. “I think I was just very disheartened by the rejection, which is something I tell everyone“she says to Jimmy.”This industry is just full of rejection 24/7. You get ‘No’s, a lot of ‘No’s, before you get a ‘Yes.“
Millie didn’t really feel like it after these rejections. “Then, that’s when I was like, ‘This is really difficult,’ and I guess I really wanted that role.“Then another show came her way.”So one of my last sort of goes at all this was a Netflix show called Montauk.“And real Stranger Thingsfans know immediately that this was the original working title for the show that Netflix can now call its biggest mega hit. So we almost “lost” Millie, but Eleven saved her Hollywood career. That ends well, all right!
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