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Millie Bobby Brown 'burst into tears' when she saw Jamie Campbell Bower's villain Vecna

Millie Bobby Brown may be on good terms with her co-star Jamie Campbell Bower, but seeing him in his costume drove her to tears.Bower, 33, played a villain named Vecna on the most recent season of the critically-acclaimed Netflix drama Stranger Things.The Sweeney Todd actor opened up about filming a scene with Brown, 18, in an interview withVarietyinterview published Friday. Scary stuff: Millie Bobby Brown may be on good terms with her co-star Jamie Campbell Bower, but seeing him in his costume drove her to tears, he revealed to Variety on Friday; Brown pictured in Stranger Things'They brought her up into a position where she’s bound,' he told the publication.

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Helena Bonham-Carter's life - odd living arrangements, divorce and rarely seen kids
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