We might not see Stranger Things star Maya Hawke back in action on the show for a while, but fans can at least look forward to some new projects she's working on with her mum and dad.
With the fourth series of the beloved sci-fi Netflix show having only come to an end earlier this month, we unfortunately have a while to go before we see Eleven, Will, Steve, Nancy and Hawke's character Robin return for the fifth and final series.
Creators the Duffer Brothers haven't even announced a release date yet, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have to rely on re-watches to get your fill of the actors - though that would admittedly be a good way to do it.
Instead, you can catch Hawke in a number of upcoming projects set to be released over the next couple of years, including the film Revolver, which will mark the first time she appears on screen alongside her dad, Ethan Hawke.
Ethan Hawke is known for his roles in titles such as Training Day, Moon Knight and Before Sunrise, and will appear alongside Hawke as she plays a teenager who is desperate to lose her virginity to Beatles star George Harrison, according to Variety.
A coming-of-age comedy, Revolver is set to be directed by Finding Dory's Andrew Stanton with a script by Kate Trefry, who has also worked on Stranger Things.
Hawke will have another on-screen family reunion with the project The Kill Room, where she will be joined by her mother, famous actor Uma Thurman.
Known for her roles in Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, Thurman will star in the film along with Oscar winner Samuel L. Jackson as they play an art dealer and a hitman's boss, respectively, who get wrapped up in a money-laundering scheme.
Hawke's role in The Kill Room is yet to be revealed, but she will be directed on the project by Nicol Paone, with a script from writer Jonathan Jacobson.
Other projects Hawke is working on outside of Stranger Things include Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City; Strangers, which is written by Thor: Love and Thunder scribe Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, and the Bradley Cooper-directed film Maestro.
She's not the only Stranger Things star to have a jam-packed schedule, as we're also set to see Millie Bobbie Brown back playing Sherlock Holmes' little sister in Enola Holmes 2; Sadie Sink in The Whale alongside Brendan Fraser; and David Harbour in the role of Santa Claus in Violent Night.
Mix those in with your Stranger Things re-watches, and you're sure to stay entertained until series five finally arrives!
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