Stranger Things’ British star Joe Quinn has given away a few astonishing details regarding the much awaited season four finale. Eddie Munson, played by Quinn, is a big-haired metalhead who owns the Hellfire Club and performs in the band Corroded Coffin. Eddie Munson first appeared at the start of the most recent season of the Netflix hit. Naturally, Munson is also charged with murder and accused of practising satanism.
Quinn described the dramatic final episode to the Guardian newspaper without revealing too much about the last and final episode. He said, ” I can say there’s a guitar scene and that the scale and ambition are astonishing.” He further says, “I’ll be furious if they don’t bring me back. I’d love to, if they’ll have me.” The legendary Kate Bush song, which Stranger Things has already made so popular that it is currently topping charts for the first time more than 30 years after its release, wouldn’t be shocking if they discovered other uses for it. He is still in awe of Stranger Things’ popularity, which has helped Kate Bush’s song “Running Up That Hill” top the music charts for the first time in more than 40 years.
Kate Bush made an appearance in this season’s premiere episode It is undoubtedly a scene straight out of a ’80s metal album cover, even though Munson plays guitar for very other reasons. Fortunately, fans won’t have to wait long to learn what he really means.
Quinn tried and failed to play Dungeons and Dragons himself while researching his role for the immensely popular series. Instead, he listened to a lot of heavy metal music, such as Black Sabbath, Metallica, and Dio. Given Munson’s preferences, it is not particularly surprising that he is given the opportunity to play the guitar in the climactic episode. Given the significance and scope of the Stranger Things season 4 finale, it’s probable that this will include more than just shredding, with his guitar prowess serving as the key to some significant event along their journey.
Quinn’s most well-known roles before Stranger Things included those in a number of British historical plays, including Dickensian, Howard’s End, and Les Misérables. He appeared in Catherine the Great starring Helen Mirren as her son. He will next be seen in the Luna Carmoon-directed British independent film Hoard.