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Milly Bobby Brown Makes Odd Request For Stranger Things Season 5

Milly Bobby Brown Makes Odd Request For Stranger Things Season 5

Fans were left disappointed in one department after season four.

The second volume of the much anticipated Stranger Things season four has just dropped on Netflix, and fans have been reminded of Millie Bobby Brown's major request for season five.

While there had been intense speculation that some of the original cast members would meet their fate at the hands of Vecna in season four, this didn't happen, and fans were disappointed, to say the least.

They took to social media to complain to the show's creators, the Duffer Brothers, that they wanted to see more major character deaths, especially when they were given such a good villain this season.

Now, it turns out that Brown seems to agree, and in a resurfaced interview clip of her and Noah Schnapp AKA Will Byers, he told The Wrap: "They need to kill off some people. It's so big."

Brown agreed, saying: "I know. It’s way too big. Last night, we couldn't even take one group picture because there was like 50 of us. I was like, 'You need to start killing people off.'"

"They just need to have one massacre scene," Schnapp concluded.

"That’s what I'm saying," Brown agreed. "The Duffer Brothers are two sensitive Sallys that don't want to kill anyone off. We need to be Game of Thrones. We need to have the mindset of Game of Thrones."

Vecna is season four's villain.
Netflix / Stranger Things

It was at this point that Brown asked the show to 'kill her off', saying: "They tried killing David [Harbour, Hopper] off and they brought him back. It's ridiculous."

However, it is worth noting in defence of season four that one of its beloved, new additions Eddie Munson died as well as Dr Martin Brenner - but we aren't sure the second counts so much in terms of audience investment as he was brought back after his apparent death in season one.

Fans also thought that Max had died at one point, which certainly would have made sense given the tumultuous events she's gone through this season, but she did, ultimately, survive.

The fifth season of Stranger Things is going to be its last, so hopefully, the Duffer Brothers will take onboard this feedback from fans and actors alike and go, as Brown put it, Game of Thrones.

All four seasons of Stranger Things are currently available to steam on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix / Stranger Things

Topics: Stranger Things, TV And Film