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Stranger Things Actor Finn Wolfhard Skipped SAG Awards 2018 Due To Flu

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Stranger Things Actor Finn Wolfhard Skipped SAG Awards 2018 Due To Flu

Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard (Mike) remained absent during the SAG Awards 2018. The teen actor revealed in a recent tweet that he wasn’t able to attend due to a Fu.

The castmates Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Noah Schnapp (Will), Sadie Sink (Max) made their red carpet entry in style. They were joined by Natalia Dyer (Nancy), Joe Keery (Steve and Dacre Montgomery (Billy), later.

Meanwhile, Wolfhard tweeted about his absence and shared with his million fans why he couldn’t make it to the event despite four major nominations. He wished his cast-mates have a “wonderful time” and requested millions of his fans to “root” for them.

“I had flu and I couldn’t get to the sags on time! Hope everyone has a wonderful time! Root for us!” read Wolfhard’s post on his official Twitter account.

Netflix’s Stranger Things is nominated in four categories including Outstanding Performance by a male (David Harbour) and female (Millie Bobby Brown) actor, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in Drama Series, And Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in Drama Series.

The series was competing with the likes of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Black-ish, Homeland, GLOW and more in various categories. Sterling K. Brown won the award for outstanding performance in This is Us and Claire Foy won for her work in The Crown.

Additionally, This Is Us beat Stranger Things in another category of outstanding performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. As for the outstanding action performance category, Game of Thrones was declared the winner.

Earlier this year, the actor David Harbour won Critics’ Choice Television Awards for best-supporting actor in Stranger Things. Caleb McLaughlin won NAACP Images Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Youth category.

The network recently confirmed Stranger Things Season 3. In a recent interview with Collider, Harbour revealed that the series will start filming sometime this spring.

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