In honor of the highly anticipated premiere of Stranger Things 3, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) is opening up about what really goes down on the set of the popular Netflix series.
The 15-year-old actress recently sat down for an interview with Teen Vogue, where she discussed season three of Stranger Things. When asked about life on set, Brown revealed that it’s pretty much a replica of what we see on-screen.
“Everything you see on the show is what you get,” she said. “We genuinely live in the ’80s world when we’re on set; everything, to the underwear that we're given. We get tighty-whiteys. It’s everything you see is what you get. And on our show, all the kids get the same. None of us are treated any differently.”
Although the cast has remained close since the show originally premiered in 2016, Brown went on to say that there’s a process when it comes to choosing trailers. “The first day of shooting we all get to choose our trailers and who we want next to us and who we don’t want next to us,” she added. “Noah’s [Schnapp] too loud, and I’m going to hear him when I’m trying to sleep. And Sadie’s [Sink] going to be next to me because she’s my best friend.”
The actress also confirmed that they’re ordinary kids when the cameras aren’t rolling. “Right on set, we’re having fun, playing board games, screaming at each other,” she continued.
This was just the thing to hold us over until Stranger Things 3 hits Netflix on July 4.