The message that shows the beautiful friendship of Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp, Eleven, and Will in ‘Stranger Things’

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The second installment of ‘Stranger Things’ has obtained a total of 12 nominations in the Emmy awardsamong them, the Best supporting Actress in drama series for Millie Bobby Brown, who gives life to Eleven.

Millie Bobbie Brown is the star of ‘Stranger Things’. You look where you look. Has broken the gender pay gap in the series, gaining $ 350,000 per chapter and becoming the best paid of the cast of children. It has been rallied against the bullying and has denounced the easy access to guns in the american country.

But in addition, it is a great actressas has declared to his companion Noah Schnapp, that interprets to Will Byers in the fiction. After learning of the nominations for the Emmy Awards, the actor has posted on his account Instagram a photograph for congratulate the nominees. In it, he acknowledges that he is amazed about his way of working and the huge talent that he has. “If you keep working so you don’t have a site to put all the Emmy’s”adds. The actor has also dedicated a few words to David Harbour, nominated for the category of Best Supporting Actor in a drama for his role of Jim Hopper.

The young actress has shown very excited with the best wishes of his friend and companion: “you are the person with the most talent that I know of. I love you very much. As you arrive at the shoot appears, the sun and me, you infect your energy and your smile. The nominations are a wonderful thing, but not as much as our friendship.”

The third season of ‘Stranger Things’ is already underway and we know it will be the darkest of the seasons until the time. But it will also be charged mood and emotions. There will be a new jump in the time and will resume in the summer of 1985. In fact, the teaser takes us to an advertising spot of a shopping center of 80. Although the plot is still keeping it a secret, we know will be released in the summer of 2019.

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