Finn Wolfhard has spoken. The actor lastly responded to his Stranger Issues costar Millie Bobby Brown‘s claims that he’s a “awful” kisser… and he’s not even denying the allegations.
Whereas the Stranger Issues star stopped by right now’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Present, he was grilled by host Drew Barrymore about awkward onscreen kisses, which is unlucky for Wolfhard, who was dubbed a foul kisser by Brown whereas she was hooked as much as Self-importance Honest‘s lie detector late final 12 months.
“I heard not too long ago that [Brown] was speaking about onscreen kissing with you and she or he was teasing that you just have been…” Barrymore started, earlier than Wolfhard interjected, “Awful?”
A laughing Barrymore continued, “Yeah. And also you guys are like brother and sister. You and Noah [Shnapp] and her have grown up collectively, have raised one another in sure methods. How did you’re feeling about your member of the family calling you a awful kisser?”
Wolfhard revealed that his first onscreen kiss was with Brown within the Netflix collection’ second season and that he “didn’t know the best way to strategy it in any method.”
He added, “It simply was like, ‘You’re gonna do that factor and on the finish of the take you’re gonna kiss her.’ After which… so I identical to… type of identical to… nearly like… headbutted her.”
Wolfhard’s When You End Saving the World director Jesse Eisenberg, who was additionally on right now’s present, chimed in to joke, “The romantic method of placing it,” to which Wolfhard joked, “The romantic method of placing it was that yeah, I headbutted her.”
Barrymore went on to element her personal cringey onscreen kissing expertise with none apart from her ex-boyfriend, Luke Wilson — who we’ve been listening to quite a bit about currently since her botched prank name with Kate Hudson. Might this be the thriller fellow she’s seeing from her previous? That’s a idea for an additional day.
Whereas the discuss present host thought kissing her then-boyfriend could be “nice,” she revealed she was shocked when he gave her an harmless smooch.
“I used to be like, ‘I believed this was gonna be completely different,’” Barrymore mentioned. “And I used to be like, ‘Oh, that’s so bizarre. He gave me the pursed lips.’ I even give open mouth, .”
In the long run, the 50 First Dates star mentioned she “needed to discuss that” as a result of she looks like “onscreen kissing is a bizarre world,” to which Wolfhard agreed, “It’s a bizarre factor.”
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