With the release of the final two episodes of Stranger Things Season 4 this Friday (1st), fans of the show were finally surprised by the longawaited kiss between Hopper (David Harbour) and Joyce (Winona Ryder). But in a publication in chirptaken on Saturday (2), the writers revealed that this scene “wasn’t scripted.”
The post garnered as much response as the kiss, garnering more than 255,000 likes, 24,000 retweets and 1,618 comments. In the lyrics, the writers conceded, “That kiss wasn’t in the script, Winona and David added it on the day of shooting.” I call that improvisation!
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The iconic scene of Joyce and Hopper’s kiss took place in the Russian prison as they tried to escape and battled the monsters.
Fans couldn’t hide their excitement upon witnessing the longawaited kiss as the characters have been facetoface since Season 2. The relationship between the two became even closer in the third season of the series. The latest volume released is marked by the breakup of the characters struggling to be back together after Hopper is presumed dead.
And the kissing scene wasn’t the only improvised one! Before Hawkins’ group heads to the Upside Down to defeat villain Vecna, Dustin (Gate Matarazzo) and Eddie (Joseph Quinn) have a super sweet and heartfelt chat. At the end of the scene, Eddie shoots out “I love you, man!” for the friend. THE author account It was also revealed on Twitter that the moment was improvised by the actor. That’s cute!
Following the release of Volume I of Season 4 on May 27, Stranger Things broke Netflix’s record for the number one Englishlanguage series. And the numbers are impressive: in the first 28 days of launch alone, more than 930 million hours of streaming were consumed in less than a month. The production surpassed that of the previous holder of the post, the “Bridgerton” series.
The series’ creators, the Duffer brothers, announced this Monday (4) in an exclusive interview with Portal Collider that scripting for Season 5 will begin in the first week of August this year. What fear, my father!