And now, the adorable stars of Stranger Things have reunited on the red carpet for the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California.
Posing together on the red carpet, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard and Noah Schnapp looked dapper in their black suits.
The young men are clearly supporting the Time’s Up protest, which Hollywood’s celebrities are backing this awards season by dressing in black to both protest against sexual harassment and support victims of abuse.
While the red carpet at the Golden Globes is normally filled with bright colours from film stars, this year is seeing a massive change as stars take a stand.
Along with their black suits, Gaten, Caleb, Finn and Noah were all wearing badges that read: “Time’s Up”.
Meanwhile, show newcomer Sadie Sink – who plays Max in the show – joined her co-stars as she looked gorgeous in a back gown with a velvet ribbon tied around the waist.
The cast of Stranger Things arrive in Beverly Hills for the Golden Globe Awards – although Geten Matarazzo opts for a navy suit instead of black [Getty]
Her red hair was pulled up in a stylish chignon, as she rocked dangly earrings and black velvet pumps.
Not joining the fivesome was other star of the show, Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven in the science fiction drama.
The young stars of Stranger Things are not the only famous men supporting the Time’s Up campaign, with Justin Timberlake showing his support with a Twitter snap with his wife Jessica Biel.
The pair posed together as the singer showed off her badge with the caption: “Here we come!! And DAMN, my wife is hot! #TIMESUP #whywewearblack.”
To find out more information about the movement, click here.