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According to Millie Bobby Brown, The deaths of THESE 2 Stranger Things characters were “very hard to let go of”

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Millie Bobby Brown is open and honest with her opinions regarding some of the most controversial deaths in Stranger Things. Although viewers of the well-liked series are used to saying goodbye to their favourite characters from season to season, some deaths still hurt immensely. The most recent was Eddie Munson’s (Joseph Quinn) heroic demise in Part 2 of Season 4 of Stranger Things.

Millie Bobby Brown spoke on how she has been affected by the controversial deaths that have so far occurred in Stranger Things because of the deep bond with her previous co-stars during the premiere of Enola Holmes 2. “Yeah, it sucks sometimes. I loved Billy [Hargrove]. I loved Dacre Montgomery, who was killed off in season 3. I had a perfect relationship with him, so it was tough to let go of that. And the same thing happened with Papa in this season. I had an excellent relationship with Papa. I had an excellent relationship with Matthew [Modine], and to let him go was hard.”

Recall that in the Stranger Things Season 3 finale, Billy gave his life to save Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), much to his sister Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink), and that the Mind Flayer fatally stabbed him. On the other hand, in Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 Ep. 8, a sniper shoots and kills Papa as he tries to save Eleven.

Even though we’re still grieving Eddie Munson’s tragic death in Season 4, a well-liked fan theory for Stranger Things Season 5 claims the rock star could make a comeback as Vecna’s (Jamie Campbell Bower) second in command. Millie Bobby Brown responded guardedly when questioned about the same, “I mean, it’s a good fan theory.”

Additionally, Millie Bobby Brown refrained from spoiling Season 5 of Stranger Things. Brown expressed her hope that the Duffer Brothers would bring Papa back for Season 5. She also said that she is not as knowledgeable about the plot as everyone assumes she is, “I don’t know. People say, ‘Oh, you can’t say too much, like don’t spoil it.’ I’m like, ‘Oh no, I wish I could spoil it for you, and I don’t know anything.’

The Duffer Brothers “don’t tell” Millie Bobby Brown anything, she said, even joking that you can look through her phone right now, “They never text me. They never tell me anything because they know that I talk to people like you and that I’m going to spill the deets.”

Source: Entertainment Tonight

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