'Stranger Things' Kids Answer The Web's Questions Like The Almost-Adults They Are

We're not ready for how grown up Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Noah Schnapp are in this Wired "Autocomplete" interview.

Time flies.

Actors Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Noah Schnapp of “Stranger Things” joined Wired to answer the most searched questions about themselves. But one thing was clear off the bat ― they really grow up so fast.

The style! The sarcasm! The quips! These are not the same kids we saw when the hit Netflix show debuted in 2016.

In the video posted Tuesday, ahead of the release of “Stranger Things 3” on Thursday, the trio of teens cover quite a bit of ground, from Brown’s support of Liverpool F.C. to Wolfhard’s mastery of several instruments, including piano, drums, bass and guitar.

Schnapp was asked whether he’s “perfect,” to which he wisely replied, “Nobody’s perfect.”

Of course there was quite a bit of ’tude peppered into their answers, and at one point Wolfhard asked if he was “having a head injury because I don’t know if this is English or not.”

They’re not really kids anymore.

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