In contrast to her “Stranger Things” castmates, Millie Bobby Brown claims that her connection with Henry Cavill from “Enola Holmes 2” is a “genuine adult relationship.”
Brown revealed to Deadline that she and Cavill have limits in their relationship as co-stars of the upcoming movie, which will be available on Netflix on Friday. They portray brother and sister Sherlock and Enola Holmes in the “Enola Holmes” movies. “It seems like a true grownup connection with Henry. like a really strong, healthy friendship. Among the terms and conditions we have, “Black stated. “Ich Kenne Henry. He has requirements for our relationship. I can’t inquire about his personal life. When someone says, “Millie, shut up. No,” I respond, “Understood.”
Brown claimed that because they grew up together, her bond with her co-stars on the Netflix series “Stranger Things” is more family in nature. Brown was 12 years old when the first season of the program debuted in 2016, while the rest of her youthful co-stars were in their preteens and early teens. In a June MTV News video, Brown and her “Stranger Things” co-star Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers, revealed that they had a marriage contract that would take effect if they were both still unmarried at age 40.
It’s different with the ‘Stranger Things’ kids,’ Brown told Deadline. “Because it feels like we are all siblings, there are no borders. But Henry is quite severe with me, which I like.”