Yes, not a headline we want to read either. Stranger Things has become one of the most popular shows to ever exist, with the sci-fi series watched by millions on Netflix. And what makes it truly special, is the cast that works on the nostalgic show. As viewers, we can all see the amazing chemistry, with stars such as Millie Bobby Brown, David Harbour and Winona Ryder shining through. But while onscreen, things look rosy, Millie Bobby Brown has suggested otherwise…
The British actress has recently spoken to the Daily Mail about the Netflix Original. Brown implies that the honeymoon stage is over as the cast work on the upcoming fourth season of the show. She says: “Once we first met each other, I think we were all very outgoing. So it was just easy to connect. It wasn’t hard. It was like a relationship because it felt like we went through a honeymoon stage. We would be, like, really nice to each other. We didn’t want to do anything that would hurt each other’s feelings. Now it’s SO different. We are siblings. We argue all the time’.
David Harbour also agrees!
Jim Hopper actor David Harbour compares his co-stars to being like a dysfunctional family. The actor suggests that there is even some drama between his castmates!
“We are a very dysfunctional family, of the mild dysfunction. The one thing I can say about the Stranger Things cast that I don’t often feel when I do television and movies is that every single actor on that show that I’ve interacted with is a good-hearted person. That’s so rare to find, especially in our business, where there are pitfalls of narcissism and self-importance. We are a bunch of silly, good-hearted people. So whatever squabbles and drama that is created between us — of which there is — it all has a quality of like of a dysfunctional family. In that way, I think we all do take care of each other and provide for each other. It is a beautiful experience. It’s a very unique thing to love a cast as much as we all do”.
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