The Strangers Things kids say their lips are sealed about season two
Sorry, Stranger Things superfans — the kids of Netflix’s mega-hit series aren’t spilling any secrets about season 2.
“We’ve done two years of training on what not to say,” 14-year-old Wolfhard told E! News‘ Brad Goreski. He added: “It’s called media training.”
Fans are anxiously awaiting the season 2 premiere of the hit Netflix show — likely looking for any details that slip through the cracks — but McLaughlin, who plays Lucas, said he’s the king of keeping secrets.
“I think I’m the hardest person to break,” he said. “I’m just that person.”
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Stranger Things is nominated for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series at the SAG Awards.
Although the Stranger Things actors are arguably among the buzziest stars to hit the carpet, the cast spoke about being starstruck while posing for photos with Amy Schumer and Justin Timberlake earlier in the year.
Wolfhard called Schumer “super cool,” and Schnapp told the story of how he and Brown decided to introduce themselves to Timberlake.
“Me and Millie were like ‘Should we go up? What do we say?’ and we were freaking out and then we went up and he was super cool, super grounded,” he told Goreski.
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