The 2018 show saw winners including 'Three Billboards', 'Veep' and 'Big Little Lies'.
Another Screen Actors Guild Awards show has come and gone and with it comes some well deserved winners, an outstanding first ever host and a few brilliantly heartwarming moments. Much like the Golden Globes, it was a very much a #MeToo centred event once again.
Kristen Bell at the 2018 SAG Awards
The big winner in the motion picture categories was, of course, 'Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri' which took home Outstanding Performance by a Cast with Frances McDormand landing the Lead Actress prize and Sam Rockwell getting Outstanding Supporting Actor.
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The former actress writes an article on the dangers of child scrutiny.
'Stranger Things' has become an international phenomenon for the young talent within the series, but for Mara Wilson, some aspects of the public's response to the actors have had an uncomfortably familiar effect on her. She has just penned an essay defending Millie Bobby Brown against the media's sexualisation of her.
Millie Bobby Brown at 'Stranger Things 2' premiere
The 30-year-old retired actress, best known for her roles in 'Matilda', 'Mrs. Doubtfire' and 'Miracle on 34th Street' when she was a child, blasted both the media and fans for making inappropriate comments about 13-year-old 'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown in an article written for Elle Magazine. She opened the piece by reflecting on her own experience of such behaviour.
Continue reading: Mara Wilson Urges The Media To Stop Sexualising Millie Bobby Brown
She spits verses about what happened in the first season.
If you haven't yet got round to watching the second season of 'Stranger Things', Millie Bobby Brown gives a recap of the entire first series in the best way possible. She appeared on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' to deliver an epic rap about everything that went on to set up the new episodes.
Millie Bobby Brown at the ITV Studios
Millie Bobby Brown fans will know that this is a 13-year-old that can really sing! But not only that, she also has some pretty decent rapping skills, as she previously demonstrated with Eminem and Rihanna's song 'Monster' on more than one occasion. But these new verses of hers are first rate.
The actress also revealed that the character will play around with one particular curse word...
'Stranger Things' is without a doubt one of the most successful original Netflix properties that the streaming service has ever brought to subscribers. Hitting the streamer with its first season back in 2016, the show became an instant hit thanks to its incredible roster of talents, both young and old.
Millie Bobby Brown will return to 'Stranger Things' season 2 as fan-favourite character Eleven
One of the breakout stars of the show was of course young Millie Bobby Brown - a British actress who played child of few words, Eleven. It soon became clear that Eleven wasn't like the other kids in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, instead embed with psychokinetic abilities that would aid her newfound friends in the search for their missing bestie, Will.
The Duffer Brothers and their actors talk about the forthcoming Netflix show.
We're drawing ever closer to the season two premiere of 'Stranger Things' and now the cast and the Duffer brothers have opened up about what we can expect from it. They've upped the ante on the horror, and they're answering a lot of questions raised at the end of the first season.
What happens to Will in 'Stranger Things' season two?
The cast and creators of 'Stranger Things' showed up to Netflix's FYSee Space to speak about the hugely anticipated second season, which comes to screens this Fall. We already know to expect the return of Millie Bobby Brown's character Eleven, as well as a host of new characters, and they've insisted that this new season will be 'scarier', 'darker and more eerie'.
MTV's first ever gender-neutral awards ceremony took place in Los Angeles on Sunday night, and it was a good evening for Brits in general.
Emma Watson picked up the first ever gender-neutral prize at the MTV TV & Movie Awards this weekend, as Beauty and the Beast emerged as the main winner of the night.
The ex-Harry Potter star, famous for her role as Hermione Granger, picked up the best big-screen actor award at the fan-voted ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night (May 7th). Her role as Belle has helped generate worldwide revenue of over $1 billion for Beauty and the Beast since its release just over a month ago.
Emma Watson won the first gender-neutral MTV award
Eleven is nowhere to be seen.
New teasers for season 2 of 'Stranger Things' have arrived in the form of five first-look stills from the series featuring all your favourite characters with one notable exception. The Dungeons & Dragons playing foursome is back together, and Nancy and Jonathan are still bosom friends. So where is Eleven?
The cast of 'Stranger Things' return as Ghostbusters
It looks like the producers of the 80s-style sci-fi show is trying to keep the fate of Millie Bobby Brown's star character a mystery as much as possible, despite it already being known that she will in fact be making a return. Meanwhile, we can see what the other kids are up to a year on from their battle with the demogorgon.
Continue reading: First Look At Dustin And Will's New Friend In 'Stranger Things' Season 2
What we understand so far about the new series.
Some new plot details have been announced for 'Stranger Things' season two, which comes as a relief to those who nearly died when they found out that it won't be hitting Netflix until October 2017. Everything from new characters to new monsters are hinted at ahead of the show.
What can we expect from 'Stranger Things' season 2?
As you've probably already gathered, season 2 kicks off one year after events in the first season - that is, one year after Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) disappeared into the Upside Down and Will finally returned home, albeit vomiting baby demogorgons (probably).
Continue reading: Here's What You Need To Know About 'Stranger Things' Season 2
The Super Bowl released a brand new trailer for the most anticipated Netflix return of the year.
A brand new teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of 'Stranger Things' was unveiled during the Super Bowl on Sunday, plus we also find out when exactly we can expect to see it this year. The bad news is, we've a long time to wait yet.
The Stranger Things cast returns
The good news is, we now have plans in place for Halloween 2017. The trailer for the critically acclaimed sci-fi-fantasy series was launched yesterday (February 5th 2017), kicking off with a very 80s Eggo advert (obviously Eleven's favourite food), and we see Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) and Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin) in full Ghostbusters costumes.
Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schapp, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard in the press room at the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at The Shrine Expo Hall - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 29th January 2017
The actress has been announced to star in 'Godzilla: King of Monsters'.
It was always inevitable that 'Stranger Things' superstar Millie Bobby Brown was going to hit the big screen pretty soon, and sure enough she's set to appear in Michael Dougherty's forthcoming 'Godzilla' sequel 'Godzilla: King of Monsters'. The actress has recently opened up about the new role.
Millie Bobby Brown to star in 'Godzilla' sequel
The 12-year-old actress is carving herself a remarkable acting career with her feature film debut and it's safe to say she's thrilled about the prospect. 'I just had a really incredible connection with the director', she told ET on the red carpet at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles yesterday (January 29th 2017) when asked how she managed to bag the part. 'I had a great meeting with him and you know, I just really love him. It's my first movie. I'm very excited and that's really all I can say, but it's going to be great!'
Continue reading: Millie Bobby Brown Goes From Demogorgon To Godzilla In New Film Role
Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schapp, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard in the press room at the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) 2017 held at The Shrine Auditorium Media Complex - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 30th January 2017
Hollywood superstars in the making.
Every year a deluge of new talent floods the movie theatres and 2016 was no different. Some stars, the likes of Sofia Boutella ('Star Trek Beyond'), Travis Fimmel ('Warcraft'), Zoey Deutch ('Why Him?'), Jack Huston ('Ben-Hur') and Aidan Turner ('Poldark'), are the kind of actors that have been around for a while, but have only this year managed to land leading roles. Others have broken through with immense force after almost total obscurity:
Millie Bobby Brown at the 68th Emmy Awards
1. Millie Bobby Brown - Matt and Ross Duffer couldn't have imagined the kind of success their 80s inspired supernatural TV series 'Stranger Things' would have, but arguably the world's favourite thing about that show is Millie Bobby Brown, who plays telekinetic labrat Eleven. For a while it was up in the air as to whether or not she would return for the second series given the mysterious fate of her character in the first season's final episode, but recent confirmations suggest we haven't seen the last of her.
'A Stranger Things Christmas' carries on from where season one ended.
'Stranger Things' has been turned into a 'Peanuts' style cartoon called 'A Stranger Things Christmas' which has now gone viral. Apparently kicking off from where season one left off, it follows the same format as 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' and features several of the main characters as Charles Schulz cartoons.
'Stranger Things' gets animated
The short film was created by filmmaking duo Leigh Lahav and Oren Mendez and follows Will Byers in the aftermath of his rescue from the Upside Down. Despite being apparently safe and well at home, he just can't shake the feeling that something's wrong with him. Possibly because he keeps regurgitating alien slugs.
Some fans have got close to the truth.
There are too many fan theories out there about what will be unveiled in season two of 'Stranger Things' to list, but directors Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer have apparently really enjoyed reading them all. They confess that some fans have even managed to get dangerously close to the truth.
Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Millie Bobby Brown have their own theories
The Duffer Brothers have had a fun time reading up on all the theories regarding their Netflix show, which premiered in July and was immediately renewed for a second season for 2017. So many mysteries remain, so many questions left unanswered... but that only means more possibilities. And with the ambiguity of the episode titles for season two, Reddit has exploded with potential plotlines.
Continue reading: The Duffer Brothers Love Your Theories About 'Stranger Things'
New characters, new inspiration and new themes.
Netflix original series 'Stranger Things' continues to be a major talking point everywhere, and everyone's getting more and more excited for the season 2 premiere next year. It's shrouded in mystery; we don't even know if we'll see Eleven again; but we've managed to get a few glimpses into the next chapter.
Stranger Things returns in 2017
Here's everything we know about 'Stranger Things' Season Two:
Continue reading: Everything We Know About 'Stranger Things' Season Two
Stars of Stranger Things (Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Millie Bobby Brown) on the red carpet at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 18th September 2016
Millie Bobby Brown and Winona Ryder return.
Finally, it has been confirmed that we can expect another season of the much-loved Netflix original series 'Stranger Things' to arrive in the coming months, which means more incredible action from the likes of Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp and Winona Ryder. Bring on 2017!
Stranger Things returns for season 2
For those who haven't yet seen the 8-part first season of sci-fi horror 'Stranger Things', it follows the mysterious disappearance of a young boy named Will (Schnapp) and the arrival of an unusual shaven-headed girl with poweres of telekinesis, who is initially only known as Eleven (Brown). With the help of Eleven, Will's friends find out what's going on behind Will's absence, and eventually he is reunited with his relieved mother Joyce (Ryder).
We were left with one hell of a cliffhanger, however, when Eleven became trapped in the same alternate dimension that Will was in, and it seems that the horror is not over for Will himself as we see him coughing up that weird slug in his bathroom.
More: Millie Bobby Brown talks getting her head shaved
In a newly released short clip, the names of the next nine episodes were unveiled ('Madmax', 'The Boy Who Came Back To Life', 'The Pumpkin Patch', 'The Palace', 'The Storm', 'The Pollywog', 'The Secret Cabin', 'The Brain' and 'The Lost Brother) as Netflix revealed: 'In the Fall of 1984, the adventure continues'. So all we know from that is that season two is a continuation of season one, rather than a prequel.
'Stranger Things' debuted on July 15th 2016, and became a critically acclaimed success. Critics adored the talented cast and The Duffer Brothers' homage to Steven Spielberg movies and Stephen King stories. The soundtrack, created by Austin electronic outfit S U R V I V E, was also a hit and will be released on CD in mid-September in two separate volumes.
'Stranger Things' season 2 is set to arrive in 2017.
Her parents weren't too fond of the idea.
If you watched 'Stranger Things' on Netflix, then you're almost definitely a fan of Millie Bobby Brown; the shaven-headed little girl who plays the mysterious telekinetic child Eleven. If that girl isn't destined for huge things in the future then we don't know who is. But just how did this 12-year-old survive her first daunting head-shave?
Millie Bobby Brown stars in 'Stranger Things' with Winona Ryder
As it turns out, pretty easily. The actress shared a video of herself getting the chop, while pulling funny faces and not shedding a single tear. The hairdresser is seen carefully cutting the hair at the roots and passing each section to another person who appears to lay it out on the side. It sure looks as though their trying to keep all the hair intact, possibly because she's donating her locks to a charity that makes wigs for children with cancer? We hope so.
'Here it is!! The video of me getting my hair shaved for #StrangerThings! Enjoy!' She captioned the sped up clip which featured the Beyoncé song 'Pretty Hurts'. Apparently, her mother wasn't too happy about the whole thing to begin with, but nothing was stopping Millie once the show's producers showed her a picture of Charlize Theron.
'Mad Max: Fury Road was about to come out, so we pulled out a magazine photograph of Charlize Theron as Furiosa and showed it to Millie', said 'Stranger Things' creators Matt and Ross Duffer in an interview with EW. '[We asked] 'Charlize looks totally badass, right?' Millie agreed; Charlize looked badass. And that was it: She agreed to buzz it all off.'
A star is in the making.
We are already desperate for the next season of Netflix Original series 'Stranger Things' now that it's exactly one month on since all eight episodes of season one aired. We definitely weren't the only ones who binge-watched this sci-fi horror adventure in one go, captivated by the acting talent of today's youth.
Winona Ryder also stars in 'Stranger Things'
Will finally returned to his family after a mysterious force rendered him missing, but it seems his torment is not yet over according the the suspenseful conclusion of episode 8 'The Upside Down'. But it's not him we're looking forward to seeing again come season 2, it's his shaven-headed, super-powered girl pal Eleven we are desperate to see.
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