Dating kiss 2016
(He’ll play Richie Tozier, one of the members of the Losers’ Club.) Wolfhard, calling in from Toronto, took a break from his work on that film to chat about how it felt to do his first romantic scenes in Stranger Things, his love of ‘80s music, and his fear of seeing horror movies in actual movie theaters.
The first thing I have to ask about is your name, because your name is amazing.
Originally the app only showed one match per day, but after an update last year, that’s increased.
When it comes to the apps on our phones, we tend to become loyal to a select few.
You find something you like—maybe you’re a Facebook fan, or a loyal Instagrammer, or a member of the cool Snapchat club—and you stick to it. Ever wonder if you’ve met your soulmate, but didn’t know it?
You said your dad’s a screenwriter — has he written anything I would know? Matt and Ross really liked it, and they invited me for a Skype call. Did you get introduced to that music by your parents?
No, he has like four scripts that he’s been trying to make. We didn’t even talk about work; it wasn’t even about the part or anything. My dad and my mom used to play that kind of music in the car when I was a baby. But then Shawn was like, “Mark can you turn your head to the left? Oh yeah, they wanted to go as old-school as possible.
What’s funny is I’m German, but then I’m like French — I’m French and German and then Jewish. I would watch movies with him, I guess, in the background. I read the log line from it, which was “An ‘80s love letter tribute to John Carpenter and Steven Spielberg films.” And I was like: “I’m in!