Stranger Things: David Harbor says young co-stars are ‘entangled in a minefield’

stranger things Star David Harbor has said he’s younger stranger things Co-stars are “embroiled in a minefield”.

In a new interview with The IndependentHarbour, who plays Jim Hoppper on the hit Netflix sci-fi series, spoke about the toll fame and money can take on child actors.

Several of stranger things‘s stars were children when the series began, including Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown and Gaten Matarazzo.

“They are involved in what is a minefield,” Harbor said. “The popularity and money that they’re dealing with at age 12 and 13 is … it just makes you an adult.

“You’re not really getting the childhood that I want,” he added.

earlier this month, stranger things Star Caleb McLaughlin described co-star Joe Keery as a “mom” after a video of the actor defending his young co-stars resurfaced on TikTok.

In other stranger things News, fans recently found out that the latest series’ ending was actually revealed by a cast member back in 2016.

The makers of stranger things recently announced that the upcoming fifth season will take place after a significant time jump.

David Harbor in Stranger Things

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Fans have also spotted a number of hidden details in the latest post-volume 1 episodes of stranger things 4 fallen last month.

The first episode of the season featured an emotional Easter egg centered around the characters of Max, played by Sadie Sink, and her brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery), who died in season three.

However, a popular Easter egg came as a surprise to the show’s writers, who apologized after failing to discover a key detail about the show’s schedule.

Actor Jamie Campbell Bower revealed he left co-star Millie Bobby Brown “in tears” because he was “so scary” on set, playing the young Henry Creel.

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