Maya Hawke is absolutely a game for her Stranger things Robin Buckley’s character dies in the fifth and final season of Netflix’s hit.
The actress and songwriter delivers a great “hero moment”, not unlike the heartbreaking and gallant deaths of Bob (Sean Astin), Billy (Dacre Montgomery) and, of course, Eddie (Joseph Quinn). (No, the latter is not a spoiler. It’s been four months!)
“It’s the last season, so people are probably going to die,” Hawke said Rolling Stone of the next fifth installment of the show. “I’d love to die and have my hero moment. I’d love to die with honor, like any actor would.”
Netflix Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley in “Stranger Things”
While co-star Millie Bobby Brown called on creators Matt and Ross Duffer to delete the most central characters, Hawke said, “I love how the Duffer Brothers love their actors. The reason they write so well for me. and for everyone else it’s because they fall in love with their actors and their characters and don’t want to kill them. “
He added: “I think it’s a nice quality they have, and I wouldn’t wish it away.”
Brown previously joked that the Duffers were “two sensitive Sallies who don’t want to kill anyone”, referring to the decision to “kill” Jim Hopper (David Harbor) just to bring him back.
The brothers responded to the jab, saying al Happy Sad Confused podcast, “He said we were ‘Sally sensitive.’ It’s hilarious … We’re not Game of Thrones. This is Hawkins, this is not Westeros. The show becomes no Stranger things more because you have to treat it realistically, right? ”
Netflix Gaten Matarazzo, Maya Hawke, Sadie Sink and Joe Keery in the fourth season of “Stranger Things”
Although Hawke is all for a heroic death of Robin Buckley, he also expressed that he would wholeheartedly support a spin-off series featuring his character and best friend Steve Harrington (Joe Keery), “where we go to New York and we’re just partying in clubs and trying to figure out our shit. “
“Normally I wouldn’t really be a supporter of a spin-off, but if I were to do it with Joe Keery, I’d do anything,” she said. Rolling Stone. “He’s so funny, wonderful and smart, and he has great limits. He’s an excellent colleague and I would do anything with him.”
All four seasons of Stranger things are available to stream on Netflix.
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