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Stranger Things actress Maya Hawke reveals Wes Anderson wrote more scenes for her in Asteroid City

"I actually wrapped the movie three times," shares Hawke

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You may know Maya Hawke best as Robin Buckley from the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, but Hawke has recently appeared in a variety of projects including Disney/Pixar's hit Inisde Out 2, Netflix's Do Revenge, and the critically acclaimed Maestro. More importantly for the purposes of this particular story, she even starred in Wes Anderson's Asteroid City.

"If anyone ever asks you to go to Spain to be in a Wes Anderson movie, say yes," Hawke shared during her spotlight panel at C2E2 2024. Joined onstage by Popverse's Veronica Valencia, Hawke talked about her excitement filming the movie, and working with director Wes Anderson - even though it meant that, somehow, she ended up wrapping the movie no less than three times. "He [Anderson] would go into his room and write me into another scene," she explained, adding, "I just wanted to be there."

You can watch the full video above to find out more.

Want even more Maya? We've got you covered. You can watch the full Maya Hawke spotlight panel from C2E2 where Maya shares even more stories, including working on Stranger Things, and read about Joe Keery's thoughts on leaving Stranger Things behind after season 5.

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Veronica Valencia: Veronica Valencia is Popverse's Senior Video Producer. She has written for Crunchyroll, hosted the Anime Expo live stream, managed the English dub of Neon Genesis Evangelion 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon A Time, and appeared on Maria Menounos’s Afterbuzz TV, where she hosted and produced multiple after-show discussion panels.
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