Say goodbye to Stranger Things that’s going to be a problem for us viewers, let alone the cast members. However, one of the stars of the beloved series has revealed that the time has come to do so.
He confessed that it’s time to “leave the nest” and devote himself to other projects David Harbourthe interpreter of Jim Hopperthe chief of police of Hawkinsas well as the adoptive father of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown).
In a new interview with Discussing Filmthe 47-year-old actor explained: “The funny thing is, when I started the show I wished it would never end. I think it’s a great series, that’s why I love it, regardless of whether I’m in it too. We are now almost 9 years since filming the first season, and I think the time has come to say the word to the end. But it is, of course, a very bittersweet thing”.
David Harbor then added: “You know, there’s a certain sadness in that, but then we’ve all grown up. It’s time for us to leave the nest and try other things and different projects. And let the brothers too Duffer they test themselves on different things. I mean, those guys are so talented. I want to see what they get into next. So yeah, it’s bittersweet, but it’s definitely the right time”.
Before you say goodbye to Stranger Things and its characters, but there is still the fifth and final season, coming soon and whose shooting should start in May.
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