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If you’ve never cracked open a quiz by Kyle, you’re missing out. This savvy examinator writes his knowledge from a place of passion - he made it to the final round in a quiz show as a child, and his love of the question-answer format was born. Never one to sit on his laurels, after losing out to a well-read young lady named Myrtle, Kyle set out become the best quiz master the internet has ever known. In his six-year tenure as a test-writer, has Kyle written for a) three quiz sites b) no quiz sites c) more than 30 quiz sites d) National Geographic. Yes - his friends also find him kind of obnoxious (and the answer is C). If you’re serious about your status as a supreme quizard and are determined to make your way through the ranks to our Expert level, you won’t be able to escape a few of Kyle’s challenging, informative projects.
First of all, it took months to find the right actors, but that wasn't because the producers weren't trying. They ended up auditioning 906 boys and 307 girls for the roles of the main characters. Their auditions consisted of reading scenes from Stand By Me. Then, after they were chosen, they were asked to get a chat group together before shooting so they could get to know each other and form natural bonds for the show.
Their homework also consisted of watching a very specific set of movies including Stand By Me, ET, The Goonies, and Poltergeist. Millie, who plays Eleven, was even told to model her character after ET and Mad Max. One of the reasons they did this was because she was hesitant about shaving her head, so they showed her how cool Charlize Theron looked in Mad Max.
The producers let the kids express themselves, be natural, and this was thus the reason it took them so long to find the right kids. They wanted natural, not experienced. They wanted real kids, not actors. They wanted kids that would ask to wear camo bandanas (like Caleb Mclaughlin, the actor who plays Lucas) and improvise like Millie did when she twitched to kill which was totally her idea. Even Holly had her own improv moments.
Most of all, they wanted innocent kids who would be afraid of the monsters in real life. Kids they would have to tell, "The monsters are nice, like in Monsters Inc."
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