The outcome of ‘Stranger Things’ is getting closer, but luckily the fourth season will be longer than normal, being divided into two parts, which will arrive on May 27 and July 1. Later, a fifth and final installment will be broadcast, with which we will say goodbye forever to Mike Wheeler, Will Byers, Lucas Sinclair, Dustin Henderson and Eleven (unless Netflix carries out the spin-off that was discussed a few years ago). months on this last character).
All this data was published by the brothers Ross and Matt Duffer through an open letter, catching by surprise the protagonists of the fictionFinn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Millie Bobby Brown, who seem not to have made this decision quite right.
Let us remember that the series has seen the actors grow and has catapulted to fame, so it is understandable that ending it has affected them more than usual. This is how Schnapp tells it, who has attended The Tonight Show, the famous program presented by Jimmy Fallon: “They recently released that letter, which I never saw until they made it public. The truth is that they never tell us anything because they know I always mess everything up. So they released this letter, which basically said: ‘The series is over, that’s it. everything.” “This is the beginning of the end.” And I read it, and I started to cry. I was so angry.”
The reaction of the other components of the cast was similar to that of the interpreter, who after reading the statement immediately contacted Bobby Brown: “I texted Millie, my co-star who plays Eleven, and she was like: ‘You’re crying? I also’. And then she texted Gaten, who plays Dustin. He wrote: ‘I’m crying too’. And then we all texted the Duffers complaining, ‘This is so sad. We can’t believe this is over.’ They replied: ‘You have to stop sending us messages. We know it’s over, but we still have time’ “.