Finn Wolfhard says that he and his 'Stranger Things' castmates don't talk all the time: 'Do you text your cousins every day?'
Finn Wolfhard says that he doesn't text his "Stranger Things' castmates every day.
Wolfhard said that his costars are like "cousins" to him.
Still, he said that they're a "family" who can depend on each other.
Finn Wolfhard says that he and his "Stranger Things" castmates don't text every day, but he knows that he can depend on them if he ever needs anything.
The actor, 20, spoke with GQ about the Netflix series and his new film "When You Finish Saving the World," directed by Jesse Eisenberg. He told the publication that he and the other cast members don't communicate as frequently as fans might think.
"We're not on everyday-text vibes in any way, and not because... it's like, do you text your cousins every day? Probably not," He told GQ.
Wolfhard was 13 years old when the first season of "Stranger Things" premiered in 2016, and grew up alongside his castmates — including Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, and Noah Schnapp — on the set of the show.
Now entering adulthood, the show's younger cast members are venturing into other projects like Brown's "Enola Holmes" films on Netflix or Schnapp founding his own snack company, TBH.
The cast will come together one more time to film the fifth and final season of "Stranger Things," although it's yet to be determined if any of them will appear in the series spin-0ff that Matt and Ross Duffer are set to create at Netflix.
And even if they don't talk all the time, Wolfhard said, they're still close.
"They're our family. We'll talk on each other's birthdays. We'll talk once in a while," he told GQ. "But in the same way that family works, if I ever needed anything, they're there."
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