Finn Wolfhard says it 'blows my mind' that he and his 'Stranger Things' cast mates will finally be old enough to drink together at the season 5 premiere
Finn Wolfhard realized he'll be able to drink with his costars at the next "Stranger Things" premiere.
"Stranger Things" season five hasn't set a release date, but Wolfhard thinks he'll be 22 years old.
Wolfhard says it "blows my mind" that he'll be over 21 when the show comes back.
Finn Wolfhard said that by the time season five of "Stranger Things" premieres, he'll likely be 22 years old — meaning that he and his costars will be able to drink together at the premiere event.
Wolfhard participated in GQ's "Actually Me" segment, where celebrities reply to fans' posts, tweets, and questions about them online. While replying to an Instagram comment saying that it felt unbelievable the show was heading into its fifth and final season, Wolfhard agreed.
"By the time it comes out, I will be 22 I think. And I started working on the show when at 12. That is insane," Wolfhard said in the video. "I'll be able to drink with Gaten, and Caleb, and Noah, and the whole cast at the premiere of 'Stranger Things' five, which, couldn't have said the same thing at the season one premiere, which blows my mind."
Wolfhard was only 13 years old when the series premiered in 2016. His other young costars, including Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, and Millie Bobby Brown, were all in their preteens or early teens at the time. Nearly seven years later, they're now all adults.
Wolfhard told GQ in an interview that he and the rest of the cast would begin filming season five this spring in Atlanta.
While it's too early for Netflix to have released a premiere date, it seems likely that Wolfhard, who will turn 21 in December of this year, will be either 21 or 22 years old at the time of its release.
Still, he doesn't think that this will be the last he and the rest of the cast will see of "Stranger Things."
"I mean, Netflix is gonna want us to come back in 10 years anyways and do like, 'Stranger Things: The Adult Years' or whatever, so," Wolfhard said in the video. "They wanna milk it, they wanna, you know, people wanna see it. And I do too. I wanna milk it as well."
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