Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown attended German Comic Con Limited Edition in Dortmund, Germany on July 16, and she was stunned by fans saying that they don’t like Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) from the science-fiction series. We shared her reaction and response right below!
If you’re wondering what German Comic Con is, it’s an event where some of your favorite actors show up to discuss their movies or series. In addition, there are selfies, autograph sessions, professional photo shoots, meet-and-greets, and Q&A sessions with the invited stars. The convention also consists of a cosplay contest, workshops, and so much more.
So, here’s what happened with Millie Bobby Brown at German Comic Con!
Millie Bobby Brown addresses Stranger Things fans who don’t like Mike
Fortunately, a fan posted a TikTok video of what happened during the convention. During the Q&A session for Millie Bobby Brown at German Comic Con, a fan asks her what she thinks about the relationship between Eleven and Mike in Stranger Things. Millie Bobby Brown responds by saying, “Do you like him (Mike)?” The fan says “no,” and Millie Bobby Brown is shocked and taken back by the fan’s response. She then asks all the fans at the Q&A session if they like Mike, and most of them say “no.”
Brown begins to explain to the German fans how Americans love Mike, and then she asks their reasoning for not liking him. Most of the audience says that Mike isn’t a good friend. Brown doesn’t really know how to reply back to the audience’s response, so she tells them that although Mike is not necessarily a good friend, Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike, is a great friend.
As Brown begins to talk about what she hopes to see for Mike in the upcoming Stranger Things season 5, a fan speaks up and says that they hope to see Mike say “I love you” to Eleven. Brown responds by saying, “Oh yeah, what’s wrong with that?! I was like bro, just say you love me.”
Later, she jokily tells the fans that she will tell Finn not to come to Germany. Then, the host tells the fans to raise their hands if they like Mike and then asks them to raise their hands if they don’t like him. It seems like it’s a split audience, so Brown responds by jokily saying, “He’s (Finn) safe here.”
What do you think about people not liking Mike Wheeler from Stranger Things? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!