Millie Bobby Brown said it out loud! As we all know, Stranger Things is the biggest English Language show on Netflix, not just in popularity. The show has a massive cast; surprisingly, every character is remarkably set in the storyline. Every season brought new main characters, including Max in season 2, Robin in season 3, and Eddie in season 4. And every single one of them made an inevitable place in fans’ hearts.
Although this has been a topic of much discussion since Millie said the series has too many characters. And Maya Hawke, aka Robin, sides with Eleven over her Game of Thrones comment on Stranger Things. How does Game of Thrones have a connection to Hawkins? Let’s dig deeper to know everything about the whole conversation.
Maya Hawke joins hand with Millie Bobby Brown in her theory of death sequences
Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes have recently worked together in a Netflix High School drama, Do Revenge. In a promotional interview, they explored an infamous Vanity Fair game Lie Detector Test. The Stranger Things star was hooked up to the machine while Camila asked her questions.
During the test, Camila asked that did she think Eddie should have died in season 4. In her response, Maya stated: “I don’t think he should’ve died, but I do think the show has too many characters.” Moreover, she added that according to her, there should have more deaths in the show.
With this statement given by Maya Hawke, it seemed she agreed with her co-star Millie Bobby Brown who once told the press that the cast is enormous and they should kill some people. She was describing the photo session of season 4 Red Carpet where 50 people couldn’t be shot in a single frame.
“I was like, ‘You need to start killing people off.’ The Duffer brothers are two sensitive Sallies that don’t want to kill anyone off. We need to be ‘Game of Thrones.'” said Millie.
Game of Thrones had this classic habit of killing characters who fans started developing a love for. So she thought of killing a bunch of characters in Stranger Things, and Maya agreed with the theory. Meanwhile, she also said that she want to have a heroic moment and would love to die in season 5.
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