Eleven is nice, but $3 million sounds even better.

Millie Bobby Brown is looking to cash in for the third season of Stranger Things with a massive pay bump after revising her original contract, according to TMZ.

The 14-year-old actress — who has undisputedly become the poster child of the original Netflix sci-fi drama for her character the teenage telepath Eleven — was initially presumed to receive $25,000 per episode for her involvement in the upcoming season.

However, TMZ declared Sunday (April 1) that the English star has since renegotiated her agreement to earn an estimated $350,000 an episode for the series' 9-episode third run.

If accurate, Brown could bring home as much as $3.15 million for her next stint, a salary that would equate to her "A-tier" adult co-stars, Winona Ryder and David Harbour.

Brown isn't the only Stranger Things player to get a fat pay increase for season 3, either.

As we previously reported, the show's B-tier child stars — Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Noah Schnapp (Will) and Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) — are believed to bring in $250,000 for each episode. C-tier performers Joey Keery (Steve), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan) and Natalia Dyer (Nancy) will reportedly collect $150,000 an episode.

While short on details as to an official premiere date, it was revealed that Eleven and Mike would return as a couple in the forthcoming season.

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