The Stranger Things kids and James Corden formed a Motown band

The Stranger Things kids and James Corden formed a Motown band

The Stranger Things kids and James Corden formed a Motown band

The actors - Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp - stayed up past their bedtime to join The Late Late Show host James Corden in a clip detailing their history together as a Motown supergroup.

Despite the fact that the Stranger Things protagonists are kids, they've been receiving all sorts of criticism and harassment, and Finn Wolfhard a.k.a. Mike Wheeler, 14, has something important to say about it. "We sold out a retirement home for old folks and we killed".

Sure, they scare us, deliver laughs and dance like pros, but now we know the kids from "Stranger Things" even have what it takes to form the ideal boy band. Anyone who calls themselves a "fan" and actively goes after someone for literally acting and doing their job is ridiculous.

A fan of the show waiting outside the hotel called him "heartless" for not stopping in a video shared on Twitter. "Think b4 ya type boiiii".

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A number of other actors have spoken out in support of Wolfhard and the other kids - Shannon Purser, who played Barb in Stranger Things, and Sophie Turner of Game of Thrones fame have both defended the cast's right to, y'know, be kids.

In an op-ed posted to the blog The Pool, writer Amy Jones brings a serious issue to the front of our social media feeds: People are overly sexualizing the Stranger Things kids, actors who are still in their early teens.

Wolfhard made it a point to incorporate his young co-stars in the tweet, but most Twitter users were well-aware of the specific viral video that had been making the rounds.

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