Stranger Things has been a huge part of all of our lives. The show first came out in 2016, and ever since then, our lives have changed. But more for us, the cast on the show has felt the real impact of the show. They literally have grown on the show and have made careers for themselves. The whole cast since season one has had a huge transformation, but Millie Bobby Brown has had the best of them all.
However, her fans are quite not ready to believe that Millie has grown since we first saw her as an 11-year-old on the show. Even Millie tried some weird ways to stunt her growth. Let us find out how.
Millie Bobby Brown loves coffee for different reasons
Millie and her gang have come a long way since their first outing in season one. For starters, all of them are now huge stars in Hollywood with multiple movies under their credit. And might we add all of them have grown in the most amazing way.
While growing and becoming an adult is a scary experience for anyone, it turns out Stranger Things fandom doesn’t want their stars to grow at all.
In a promotional interview for the record-breaking fourth season of the show, the cast shared crazy stories of how people have reacted to seeing them grow up in real life.
Finn Wolfhard says that whenever people see him now, they all funnily congratulate him on growing older, to which he always laughs as he doesn’t know what to say.
And Millie states that she has done all in her might not to grow old. Even drink loads and loads of coffee, but unfortunately, she feels people just need to “accept” that she is growing older.
She said, “I’ve been trying to drink as much coffee to stunt it’s not worked. I’ve drunk half of Starbucks. And it’s definitely not stopped.”
It is hilarious of Millie even to try that, but it is a certainty that we all have to live with. Especially now that Millie shall be doing more roles, we will be seeing more of her in the future.
Do you guys miss the young cast of Stranger Things or not? Let us know in the comments.
You can always watch them in the young teen on the first season of Stranger Things only on Netflix,