Millie Bobby Brown says more characters should have died at the end of Stranger Things S4
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Millie Bobby Brown believes that more characters should’ve died during season four of Stranger Things.
The Brit sat down with Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector Test to promote her new flick Enola Holmes 2, and the girl dropped some truth bombs about her hit Netflix show.
While strapped up to the lie detector - which we’re not gonna lie, gives us visuals of Papa hooking her up to Hawkins's lab machine - the interviewer off camera asks Brown: “Your Stranger Things co-star Maya Hawke thought more characters at the end of season four. Do you agree?”
Without skipping a beat, the actor replies: “I do. Yeah.”
To which the interviewer asks: “Who you think should have died?”
The stunned Brit immediately looked to the floor while avoiding answering the question before joking: “I think Eleven should have died.”
However, the 18-year-old clarified: “I think anyone other than Eleven should have died.”
The actor added that perhaps Robin should have died in the series finale.
The interviewer then asks if beloved fan favourite Eddie should have been killed off, to which Brown answers: “Yes.”
Too soon, Millie! We’re still trying to pick up the pieces of our broken hearts in the Upside Down after Eddie selflessly sacrificed himself to the demobats!
As the interviewer did their best to get the young actor to spill on the upcoming season, Brown did not crack.
While there’s still no release date for season five yet, the Duffer brothers have confirmed that it will take place entirely in Hawkins.
While appearing on Josh Horowitz’s podcast Happy Sad Confused, Matt Duffer said: “We wanna go back to a lot of the things we did in season one.
"A lot of the original groupings and pairings that we had in season one — there's something nice about coming full circle.”
The brothers also confirmed that season five’s episodes won't be as long as the latest one - so savour every last bite, people.
They added: “For the first time ever, we don't wrap things up at the end of [Season] four, so it's going to be moving. I don't know that it's going to be going 100 miles an hour at the start of five, but it's going to be moving pretty fast.
“Characters are already going to be in action. They're already going to have a goal and a drive, and I think that's going to carve out at least a couple hours and make this season feel really different.”
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