Millie Bobby Brown used her acceptance speech for Best Performance in a Show to speak out against online bullying just days after leaving Twitter.
“Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp is supportive of Millie Bobby Brown’s recent decision to leave Twitter in response to homophobic memes made about her on social media. “I feel really bad for her,” the most frightened performance nominee told Variety on the MTV Movie & TV awards red carpet. “I think it was a smart move by her. […]
Millie Bobby Brown obviously isn't homophobic, but that hasn't stopped the meme from spreading.
Throwing a party that people don't show up to is pretty upsetting — but based on the response the little boy below received after his story was shared on the internet, it won't be happening two years in a row.
Undisputed master of modern horror Stephen King offers unvarnished insight into the new 'It' movie, which of his movies deserve a second chance, much more
Millie Bobby Brown from “Stranger Things” joins Maisie Williams of “Game of Thrones” on Converse’s new Twitter series.
This story on Millie Bobby Brown of “Stranger Things” first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine. “Stranger Things” arrived on Netflix in July of 2016, at a time when every new show is streamed and binged in a weekend and it’s hard for anything to stick in the pop-culture consciousness. Like the ’80s movies it resembles, “Stranger Things” slowly, through sheer word of mouth, became a viewing staple.
If you’d strenuously avoided hearing anything about the second season of Netflix’s runaway genre hit, Stranger Things , it would have been a surprise to turn up to the set of the show’s second season, in Atlanta, GA, and see Millie Bobby Brown at crafty. After all, her character, Eleven, seemed to… depart in the finale of the first season, or at least move on , sacrificing herself to save her friends. But when you’re dealing with a world of upside-down monsters, throw out…
Millie Bobby Brown visited “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” where she revealed that despite the fact that she earned an Emmy nomination for her role in “Stranger Things,” her family hasn’t even bothered to watch it.
Millie Bobby Brown, posing in the press room at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, seemed to have the time of her life at the May 7 show. Since Stranger Things was released on Netflix last July, Millie Bobby Brown has had some exceptional life experiences.
Millie Bobby Brown has made her debut on "Ellen." The "Stranger Things" star is better known to Netflix bingers as Eleven, the little lady with big powers. Eleven also had a shaved noggin, whereas Brown was sporting some hair.
In the celebrity world, 2016 was quite the year. From Brangelina's fiery breakup to Ryan Lochte’s (arguably) becoming the most hated man in Brazil, it seemed that everywhere you turned, stars were struggling to keep it together. But somewhere in between the scandals, a handful of stars sparkled brightly. In honor of Hanukkah, here is a celebration of the pure, the beautiful, and the good with eight celebs who lit up our year as only they could
There are a lot of characters to love on "Stranger Things," but not a single one has been celebrated nearly as much as Barb, the doomed friend of Nancy Wheeler.