Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven on Stranger Things, has invited Leonardo DiCaprio to come and be a part of the show as her character's "long-lost brother".
The 14-year-old British star, and youngest person to feature on Time magazine's 100 most influential people list, even insists she has a narrative in mind for the Romeo and Juliet actor.
Brown rose to fame, alongside co-stars Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Noah Schnapp (Will) and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) after playing a young girl with psychokinetic abilities.
When asked which celebrity she'd like to have a guest role in the Netflix series, the former participant in the Project MK Ultra experiments didn't mince her words for a second.
"Leonardo DiCaprio," she told the Press Association, "Leonardo is Eleven's long-lost brother. I have already made a storyline. Leo, if you want to be in Stranger Things, here's the contract."
Filming is currently underway for season three of Stranger Things, which also stars Winona Ryder (as Joyce), David Harbour (Jim Hopper) Natalie Dwyer, Joe Keery, Charlie Heaton and Sadie Sink.
Set in the 1980s, the show follows residents of the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, as they battle a monster from another dimension.
Details for the upcoming season are scarce, although producer Shawn Levy has indicated it will be set during the Summer of 1985, a year after the events in season two.
Its writers, the Duffer brothers, have also suggested the new episodes would deal with the issue of the young cast members reaching puberty.
Millie Bobby Brown wants Leonardo DiCaprio to play her long-lost brother: “I have already made a storyline. Leo, if you want to be in Stranger Things, here’s the contract.”— Stranger Facts (@UpsideDownFacts) May 21, 2018
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"The Duffer brothers and Shawn Levy and Netflix really know how to grow with the characters so it's very good," Brown said.
"They know how to write to us and how we're growing and our voices are changing and our mindsets are changing and we are maturing every day."
Schnapp told reporters that fans of the show should expect "excitement" in the third season and that new episodes hope to bring a mix of "playfulness" and scary scenes.
He said Tom Hanks would be his choice of celebrity on the show, predicting that he would form a partnership with police chief Jim Hopper.