Stranger Things: The 2 protagonists of the series who are great friends in real life

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Stranger Things: The 2 protagonists of the series who are great friends in real life

Achieving world fame as a child can be daunting, but luckily for the stars of Netflix’s blockbuster Stranger Things, the cast is predominantly young, so they can at least support each other through this bizarre experience.

Season 1 of the show revolved around the disappearance of Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) who goes missing in the so-called “Upside Down” while the arrival of the otherworldly Eleven, played by Millie Bobby Brown, in Hawkins leaves the whole city reeling.

Eleven spent much of the debut season of Stranger Things chilling with Mike, played by Finn Wolfhard, frequently baffling his crew of male friends with his bloody nose and penchant for waffles. The actors didn’t share much screen time, but everything changed when Will returned. Elsewhere, the fun-loving duo have made an impression on plenty of real-life red carpets, suggesting a deep friendship even without character interaction.

Actors Noah Schnapp and Millie Bobby Brown aren’t just friends, they’re best friends. The duo grew closer while working together on Stranger Things, of course, and they often proudly share their love for each other on social media. In fact, Brown once described her co-star as “the best friend a girl could wish for.” Ride or Die even took part in a friendship test, emerging with flying colors, of course. They also have sweet nicknames for each other, with Schnapp calling Brown “Mills” or “Millster”, while she refers to him as “Schnipper”.

In an interview, the young actress confirmed that Schnapp is “definitely on top” among her friends because he’s completely “insane” and she can never predict what he’s going to do. Judging by Millie Bobby Brown’s enthusiasm, they always have fun together, which explains how the two became so close so quickly.

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Proving that was absolutely the case, the Stranger Things duo made their triumphant return to TikTok in early March 2021, much to the delight of fans, sharing a video of them goofily dancing to Polo Frost’s “Best Ever.” Whatever happens in Hawkins, these two are set up for life.

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