WATCH: Stranger Things cast scream in horror during hilarious prank
The child stars of Stranger Things received quite the scare during their Good Morning Britain interview today (October 26).
Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp appeared on the ITV breakfast show this morning to chat to Richard Arnold about the upcoming season of hugely popular Netflix series, Stranger Things. Little did they know, however, that the producers had a spooky Halloween prank up their sleeves.
Midway through the interview, a masked, cloaked figure burst into the room, giving the 13-year-olds the fright of their lives.
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) October 26, 2017
Jumping out of their seats, Eleven actress Millie screamed while Noah, who plays Will Byres, yelled: “Holy crap!
“Oh my God!”
Presenter Richard clearly wasn’t in on the joke either, exclaiming: “I am 47 years old, I could have had a heart attack!”
Once everyone had recovered from the shock, the Stranger Things cast revealed what it is like to star in the series.
Millie said: “It’s set in the ’80s – but I feel like the ’80s isn’t something that’s new to us. Acting is just pretending and we are pretending we are in the ’80s.”
The second season of Stranger Things will be split between the real world and the Upside Down.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with what that is, Noah gave an explanation. “It’s like an alternate dimension,” he said. “It’s the same exact copy of our world but upside down. It’s scarier and darker.
“It had a monster which is definitely more powerful and bigger this time. It’s got legs. It’s like a giant spider – but it doesn’t act like one…”
Stranger Things 2 lands on Netflix tomorrow (October 27).