In the latest discussion with Rolling Stone, Maya Hawke speaks that she would love to die in Stranger Things season 5. The singer and actor, who’s portrayed Robin Buckley since season three, was questioned if she conformed with co-star Millie Bobby Brown in concerns about killing off more personalities.
Well, it’s the last season, so someone is probably going to die, she replied. I would love to die and get my hero’s instant. I’d love to die with glory, as any actor would. Eddie Munsen (played by Joseph Quinn) died a hero’s demise in Stranger Things season 4 in a somewhat heartfelt point that garnered a strong audience response. Many were also concerned that Joe Keery’s Steve Harrington would satisfy his end, though he was capable to endure his bat attack and get away with only a few blemishes. The Duffer Brothers don’t plan to present any new personalities this season, save for a possible new villain, which guides us to believe that one or more additional of our famous characters is heading to release in a big way.
However, I love the way that the Duffer Brothers love their performers. The reason that they write so perfectly for me and for everyone else is that they fall in attachment with their performers and their personalities, Hawke described. And they don’t like to kill them. I think that’s a beautiful marker that they have, and I wouldn’t desire it away.
Previously the series co-creator Matt Duffer answered to Millie Bobby Brown’s comments regarding character killing, communicating during the Happy Sad Confused podcast that they have examined all options but don’t want the sequence to be too depressing.
We’re not Game of Thrones, Duffer communicated. This is Hawkins. It’s not Westeros. Duffer persisted, This is me primarily defending myself against these Millie Bobby Brown charges that I’m a sensitive Sally and demonstrating there’s logic after it and has zero to do with my perceptiveness. So there you go, Millie. Further, I have seen definitely nothing. I know nothing, Hawke spoke about the final season. I sometimes try to bother the Duffer Brothers and text them and be like, What’s going to happen? What’s going to happen to me?’ And I literally have no idea.