Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown "likes to bark" during takes, says Godzilla vs Kong co-star

Sam Warner
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Photo credit: Leon Bennett - Getty Images
Photo credit: Leon Bennett - Getty Images

From Digital Spy

It turns out Millie Bobby Brown is quite a hoot to work with on set, according to her Godzilla vs King Kong co-stars.

Yep, the Stranger Things actress ­– who plays Madison Russell in the new monster flick – seemed to really try her best to lighten the mood between takes after the intense filming.

Speaking to Metro, Brian Tyree Henry recalled: "Here's the thing, Millie is so in the moment, and Millie is also a great singer. She likes to sing, so she'll sing all the time. [Co-star] Julian [Dennison] and I were like, 'While we're here, we might as well provide backup'.

Photo credit: Leon Bennett - Getty Images
Photo credit: Leon Bennett - Getty Images

"We would have moments where we were singing, the skull had an amazing… It was the best like soundbooth cover. So we, in between takes, would literally sing our hearts out. It was a lot of fun.

"She also likes to bark," he added.

Dennison elaborated: "I don't know if that was like a moment for her, like a period of a time where she was just into barking.

"But she would just bark like before a take, if she needed energy, she would just go, 'woof, woof, woof, woof'. I've seen a lot worse from actors."

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Related: Godzilla vs Kong praised as the best in the series as first reactions land

Ahead of its release, Godzilla vs Kong has already netted an impressive Rotten Tomatoes score of 81% Fresh.

Digital Spy's three-star review said: "Was the battle of the titans worth the wait? If you're tuning into Godzilla vs Kong to see the two massive titans beat the living hell out of each other (and why wouldn't you?), the answer is an absolute yes.

"The movie isn't without its issues, but in terms of delivering on the carnage promised, you'd be hard-pressed to find a fan that won't be satisfied...".

Godzilla vs Kong will be available to rent at home from April 1 in the UK and is released in cinemas and on HBO Max in the US on March 31.

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