“Do Revenge” Interview (Video)

Sweet Tooth (Official Music Video)

“Do Revenge” Official Trailer

After a clandestine run-in, Drea (Alpha, fallen it gir) and Eleanor (beta, new alt girl) team up to go after each other’s tormentors. Do Revenge is a subverted Hitchcock-ian dark comedy featuring the scariest protagonists of all: teenage girls.

Only on Netflix, September 16.

“Do Revenge” Official Teaser

When they’ve done you wrong, don’t just get even. Do Revenge. Only on Netflix. Full trailer coming soon.

Thérèse (Official Music Video)

From the upcoming album ‘MOSS’ out September 23rd.
Pre-order / Pre-save ‘MOSS’: https://mayahawke.lnk.to/MOSS
Listen / Buy Thérèse: https://mayahawke.lnk.to/Therese

DAZED – Following on from her stellar role as Robin in Stranger Things, Maya Hawke has shared the short video for her single “Thérèse” ahead of the release of her upcoming album Moss later this year.
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Maya Hawke: “I’m enjoying becoming more myself, less afraid”

Maya Hawke: “I’m enjoying becoming more myself, less afraid”

NME – Flying high with the ‘Stranger Things’ star and indie-folk troubadour

“I don’t understand how kids watch Stranger Things,” says Maya Hawke, eyes widening at the thought of young minds deciphering the sci-fi hit’s wacky universe. She’s not shocked because of the increasingly dark turns the show is taking, but because of the complex storylines that weave throughout the series. “It’s so confusing!”

Hawke has been a part of TV’s biggest franchise since season three when she joined the cast as rambling ice cream waitress – and fledgling sidekick to Steve Harrington – Robin Buckley. In just two seasons, she’s seen some of the series’ most iconic moments – from the apocalyptic Battle Of Starcourt Mall, or the fight against creepy, vengeful villain Vecna in this month’s season four finale.

“Everything goes so bad,” she sighs, remembering the grim way the show left things. “It’s so sad about Max [spoiler: Sadie Sink’s plucky highschooler is now in a coma]. It’s devastating and awesome but also like… ‘what?!’”

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