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Stranger Things star says more should have died

Stranger Things actress says others should have died in S4
Stranger Things actress says others should have died in S4

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Stranger Things closed its fourth season months earlier, with it the loss of characters that fans have fallen in love with.

Despite the number of characters who have died, star Millie Bobby Brown believes more characters should have died.

Vanity Fair

The Stranger Things actress recently sat with Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector Test while promoting Enola Holmes 2, which is now out on Netflix.

During the meeting, Millie Bobby Brown dropped some truth bombs about the Netflix hit show.

While strapped to the lie detector, the Stranger Things actress looked like her character getting hooked to a lab machine from the show.

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The questions

An off-screen interviewer asked Millie Bobby Brown a series of questions.

“Your Stranger Things co-star Maya Hawke thought more characters should’ve died at the end of season four. Do you agree?”

“I do, yeah,” Brown quickly responded.

The interviewer quickly picked up after her answer and asked who she thought should have died.

Millie Bobby Brown tried to dodge the question, saying Eleven should have died.

However, the polygraph detected a lie, and the actress decided to give a broader answer.

Still pressured, Brown said: “I think if Maya thinks that, maybe Robin.”

The interviewer asked the actress for her opinion, and Brown responded if that was what her co-star wanted for her character.

Regarding Eddie Munson, Millie Bobby Brown agreed with the choice that he should have died.

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Season five

During the polygraph test, interviewers tried to convince Millie Bobby Brown to share more details about Season 5 of Stranger Things, but she didn’t budge.

Although there is no release date yet, the Duffer Brothers have confirmed that the story will be set entirely in Hawkins.

During an appearance on Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, Matt Duffer said they wanted to return to the things they did in season one.

“A lot of the original groups and pairings that we had in season one,” he elaborated.

“There’s something nice about coming full circle.”

The Duffer brothers also reassured fans that next season’s episodes won’t be as long as season four’s episodes.

“For the first time ever, we don’t wrap things up at the end of [Season] four, so it’s going to be moving,” the Stranger Things creators said.

“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 continued.

“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.”


Millie Bobby Brown says more characters should have died at the end of Strangers Things S4

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