Millie was in attendance a couple of days ago at a season 2 screening of Stranger Things in New York. I’ve added photos to the gallery. Big thanks to my friend Marilla for some of these. Enjoy!
Category: Stranger Things
I’ve added a handful of photos of Millie from the set of Stranger Things earlier this month. I was hesistant to post these on the site but they seem to be all over the internet now. I don’t like candids but I suppose these are, like I said, on the set of the series and not following her around on her everyday errands and such.
I’ve also added the first still of Millie from Godzilla! So excited to see this film.
This morning the list for the 2018 Emmy nominations was announced. In this list Stranger Things was nominated for several awards including:
Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
The Crown • Netflix
Game Of Thrones • HBO
The Handmaid’s Tale • Hulu
Stranger Things • Netflix
Westworld • HBO
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
The Crown • Netflix • Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret
Game Of Thrones • HBO • Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister
The Handmaid’s Tale • Hulu • Alexis Bledel as Ofglen
The Handmaid’s Tale • Hulu • Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia
The Handmaid’s Tale • Hulu • Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy
Stranger Things • Netflix • Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven
Westworld • HBO • Thandie Newton as Maeve
You can view the full list of nominees here. Big congratulations to David Harbour on his individual nomination as well.
Tune in Monday, September 17 for the 70th Emmy Awards on NBC.
Penguin Random House will partner with Netflix on a worldwide publishing deal for books based on the critically acclaimed Netflix original series Stranger Things, Deadline has learned.
The first two titles, set for a release this fall, will be a behind-the-scences companion book and a hardcover gift book for young readers.
Those two books will be followed next spring by a Stranger Things prequel novel, written by author Gwenda Bond, about Eleven’s mother and the MKUltra program. Additional titles for both adults and young readers will arrive later in 2019.
This fall’s companion book will be titled Stranger Things: World Turned Upside Down: The Official Behind-The-Scenes Companion. The as-yet-untitled gift book will offer “advice, wisdom, and warnings from the Stranger Things world,” says the publisher.
The Stranger Things books will initially release under the U.S. and British Commonwealth publishing teams of Del Rey Books, Random House Children’s Books, Cornerstone Publishing, and Penguin Random House Children’s UK, with additional territories and imprints to follow.
Audiobook editions will be published by Penguin Random House Audio.
The fall arrival of the first two books might tide over fans of the Duffer Brothers’ supernatural Netflix hit until Season 3 arrives, most likely sometime early-ish 2019. All that’s known so far about the new season is that Francesca Reale, Cary Elwes and Jake Busey are joining the show, that Reale will play a popular lifeguard at the Hawkins Community Pool who becomes the centerpiece of a dark mystery, and that Elwes will portray Mayor Kline and Busey will be Bruce, a journalist for the The Hawkins Post.
Millie was in attendance at the FYC (For Your Consideration) Stranger Things event this weekend. I’ve added a bunch of photos to the gallery. Enjoy!
I’ve added a bunch of missing photos of Millie from her Calvin Klein campaign, Stranger Things behind the scenes, and missing 2018 magazine scans. Enjoy!
It’s officially official: Stranger Things 3 filming is underway. We here at Collider broke the news last week that production on Stranger Things Season 3 was set to begin on Monday, April 23rd, and indeed now Netflix has released a video confirming the start of production, teasing the return of familiar faces, and also offering a peek at a couple of the new cast members.
You won’t get any time period or costume reveals here though, as the video was shot at the table read for Stranger Things 3 and thus everyone’s in regular 2018 attire. But it’s impossible to ignore just how much these kids have grown in the year since they shot Stranger Things 2, and it’ll be interesting to see if there’s a more significant time jump to account for the sprouting adolescent cast members.
We also get a tiny tease of new Season 3 additions Jake Busey, Cary Elwes, and Maya Hawke, who will shake things up even further in Hawkins, while new Season 2 cast members Dacre Montgomery and Sadie Sink are confirmed to be back.
The production schedule of Season 3 will mirror that of the first two seasons, as the scripts for the eight-episode season aren’t yet complete. So showrunners The Duffer Brothers will be directing the first two episodes, then executive producer Shawn Levy will direct episodes three and four while the Duffer Brothers work to put the finishing touches on the final scripts. I’m mighty curious to see what other directors are filling out the roster, but I imagine we’ll find out soon enough.
While the end of Stranger Things is finite and has been teased before, the Netflix series won’t be concluding with Season 3. There will at the very least be a Season 4, and possibly one more season after that to wrap up this self-contained story.
A Stranger Things 3 premiere date hasn’t yet been revealed, but Stranger Things 2 premiered about a year after filming began—although that season had 10 episodes instead of 8. Stranger Things 1 premiered eight months after filming began, but the Duffer Brothers admitted it was a mad dash to get that season complete. So we’re probably looking at a Stranger Things 3 premiere date anywhere between December and April or so. We’ll probably get a firm date sometime later this year.
For now, check out the Stranger Things 3 teaser below.
I’ve added a ton of missing photos to the gallery that I have been meaning to find time to add to the site. A majority are magazine scans. We now have over 400 magazine scans of Millie. I believe this is the largest collection of Millie scans in one place. If you have any we are missing please share them with us. Big thanks to my friends Mel, Angie, and Elle, who have helped by donating images. Be sure to visit their wonderful fansites. Enjoy the photos and please credit if you repost.
March 24 – Teen Choice Awards: Inside & Backstage – recent additions
March 25 – Paleyfest LA – recent additions
March 25 – Paleyfest LA: Panel
2018 – English Square
2018 – 15 and 20
2018 – Tu Style
2018 – InTouch
2017 – Madame Figaro
2017 – Cine Premiere
2017 – The Edge
2017 – MADtv
2017 – Dragao
2017 – Photo Session #032
Stranger Things – Season Two: Promotional Images – recent additions
Millie and the cast of Stranger Things were in attendance yesterday at Paleyfest. I have started adding photos to the gallery and will be adding more later in the week including photos from the actual panel inside. Trying to play catch-up on all of my sites. Sorry for the delay in updates. Enjoy!
Season 3 of Stranger Things won’t be hitting Netflix until 2019, but on Sunday night the cast and crew hit the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the show’s PaleyFest panel to give fans a taste of what’s to come.
When EW inquired about the upcoming season on the red carpet prior to the event, executive producer Shawn Levy said, “It’s very much the Stranger Things I think people know and love. It’s big and spooky. Season 3 has legitimately creepy moments and events, but it’s incredibly warm and character-based because at the end of the day, I think that’s what people love most about Stranger Things.”
Unlike the previous seasons which took place during the school year, season 3 will be entirely set in the summer: think bonfires, the Fourth of July, and young love. “Mike and Eleven and are going strong, so that’s a relationship that continues, and same with Mad Max and Lucas. But again, they’re like 13- or 14-year-old kids, so what does romance mean at that stage of life? It can never be simple and stable relationships and there’s fun to that instability,” Levy told The Hollywood Reporter.
Although filming for the next installment of the Netflix breakout hit hasn’t started yet, Levy confirmed during the panel discussion that new episodes are coming soon. “We are going back to work this month,” Levy said.
If you’re already planning your sleep schedule (or rather, lack-of-sleep schedule) for the next season’s drop of episodes, feel free to justify staying up all night: Levy says he’s in favor of the pro-binge approach. “The way [Stranger Things creators the Duffer brothers] build these episodes, it is very much a suspense-driven show. So if you don’t want to click through to the next episode, we haven’t done our job.”