Natalie Portman thinks it’s too flattering to compare her to “adorable” and “magical” “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown.
Brown, who just turned 14, has repeatedly been compared to a young Natalie Portman:
I NEED ANSWERS pic.twitter.com/XVvT0UkUqv
— j (@jansantaliz) January 16, 2018
Hmm Natalie Portman or Millie Bobby Brown? Who is who? 😳😳 pic.twitter.com/JQrq1nWi0j
— Mellow 94.7 (@mellow947) January 19, 2018
Find the seven differences. Millie Bobby Brown vs. Natalie Portman. pic.twitter.com/utotXE8eAi
— Peric Palot ✊ (@culecule999) February 15, 2018
Natalie Portman confirma su parecido con Millie Bobby Brown (VIDEO) https://t.co/JC0H9xziVV
— Scotty Rivenbark (@wamegisekizoku) February 9, 2018
Portman doubled-down on the comparisons earlier this month on “Saturday Night Live,” playing Eleven in a “Stranger Things” sketch.
Portman recently talked to MTV News about the MBB comparisons, calling “Stranger Things” “an incredible show,” and revealing she had a sweet Mini Me meet-up at the Golden Globes:
“I met Millie at the Golden Globes a few months ago. She came up to me and was like, ‘People keep telling me I look like the kid version of you!’ I was so flattered because she’s absolutely adorable and so talented. I’m like, ‘That is very nice, but I think you’re your own magical person.’ But it was fun to give a nod to that on SNL. […] I see that there’s something there, but I also find her much more magical than I see myself. She’s really wonderful.”
Natalie Portman talks what it was like meeting @milliebbrown and what’s on her
playlist. 💫 pic.twitter.com/mdEXvakE4u
— MTV (@MTV) February 21, 2018
MBB responded with her own love:
Was a dream come true meeting Natalie! So beautiful and talented 🙌😍 https://t.co/1qd4kAtfbG
— Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebbrown) February 21, 2018
That’s all very sweet, but let’s just hope fans treat young Millie better than they treated young Natalie.
Natalie Portman’s trippy sci-fi classic movie “Annihilation” opens Friday, Feb. 23. “Stranger Things” Season 3 starts filming this spring for release … 2019? … on Netflix.
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