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5 Things We Learned At NYCC's Stranger Things Panel From David Harbour & Millie Bobby Brown

Tamara Fuentes | PopWrapped Author

Tamara Fuentes

10/18/2016 11:08 pm
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5 Things We Learned At NYCC's Stranger Things Panel From David Harbour & Millie Bobby Brown | Stranger Things
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It's been a while since we have visited the Upside Down, but New York Comic Con gave us the chance to go back with David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown of Netflix's Stranger Things.

1. David Harbour Wasn't Always Friends With The Entire Stranger Things Cast

Despite the fact that David seems to have good chemistry with the entire Stranger Things cast, that wasn't the case in the beginning of shooting. David said that he wanted to maintain the separation that Hopper had with the kids, so he didn't hang out with them as much as he would've liked.

While that isn't the case now, he said that he tried to keep himself as true to Hopper's character as possible so he secluded himself -- except for when it came to Winona Ryder, who he says he became friends with really quickly on the show.

2. Millie Bobby Brown Auditioned Four Times For Eleven

Even though she seems to be the perfect person to play Eleven, she still had to work hard to convince producers. Millie revealed that she had to audition four times -- some in-person and some on tape -- before she received that call that she won the role. She also had to cut her hair before getting the final approval.

3. Millie Picked A Side In The Whole Steve-Nancy-Jonathan Love Triangle

The room was pretty divided when it came to picking sides between the famous Stranger Things love triangle, but that didn't stop Millie from picking a side anyway. She said she likes Steve and Nancy's relationship, while David said that he likes both because they each have their pros and cons.

4. Justice For Barb Might Actually Come True

Almost every fan of the show can agree that they felt Barb was gone too soon, but that doesn't mean that justice will not be served. David said that the final strands regarding Barb's death will be solved in Season 2, with Hopper making sure that she gets the justice that she deserves.

5. Hopper & Eleven's Relationship Will Continue To Grow

Despite the fact that it hasn't been officially confirmed that Eleven will come back (although it was basically confirmed at the panel), both David and Millie revealed that Hopper and Eleven's relationship will continue to grow throughout the season, with a major emotional arc driving their story.

What was your favorite part about the panel?

Stranger Things is available to stream on Netflix. Season 2 will premiere in 2017.

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