Millie Bobby Brown Says She & Her Stranger Things Costars ‘Argue All The Time’!

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After two seasons of battling nosebleeds, hormones, and interdimensional monsters together, the Stranger Things kids are basically family.

And, for the young cast, that means sometimes bickering like a family — especially when missing snacks are involved.

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During a panel discussion at PaleyFest on Sunday, Millie Bobby Brown and Caleb McLaughlin admitted they no longer care about upsetting their teen costars like they did when the show first began.

McLaughlin explained:

“Once we first met each other I think we were all very outgoing. So it was just easy to connect. It wasn’t actually hard.”

Brown even compared filming season one of the Netflix horror fantasy to a “honeymoon stage,” adding:

“It was like a relationship actually, 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.”

That didn’t last too long. After McLaughlin quipped “now it’s different,” Brown continued:

“Now it’s SO different. We are actually siblings. We argue all the time.”

McLaughlin then argued:

“I wouldn’t say all the time.”

To which the 14-year-old actress jokingly shot back:

“Yeah! We do!”

Ha! Brown then admitted the arguments aren’t over any real drama, but little things like, “Why are you eating my chips?”

Though there’s at least one member of the young cast who hasn’t joined in on the fighting yet: new girl Sadie Sink, who joined the cast in season two playing new girl Max. Brown revealed:

“Sadie doesn’t argue though! She’s like, ‘Guys, everybody calm down.'”

Sink will have a chance to get in on the bickering when production for season three kicks off next month. We just hope she steers clear of Eleven’s eggos!

[Image via Brian To/WENN.]

Mar 27, 2018 11:34am PDT

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