The fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’ has been a roller coaster of emotions. The fans have gone crazy with each and every one of the details of the new chapters: from mistakes in the script to jokes about the characters, and there have even been the occasional complaint about the duration of the episodes.
In this new batch of chapters there have also been (of course) some deaths. The spectators are outraged by the death of a character in particular, the same one that the creators of ‘Stranger Things’ regret killing.
Hey, in the world of the supernatural, who’s to say that death is final? If you have not yet seen the fourth season, do not continue reading, because from here you will find ‘spoilers’.
If you’re obsessed with ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 (of course you are), you’ll remember episode one, titled ‘Chapter One: The Hellfire Club.’ In that episode, Chrissy Cunningham (played by Grace Van Dien) succumbs to Vecna’s curse and ends up dying.
Fans were devastated to see Chrissy’s murder, especially since she and Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) had just started a potentially cute romance.
Now, the creators of ‘Stranger Things’, the Duffer Brothers, have opened up about their regret for killing Chrissy. Matt Duffer told TVLine: “We always have those moments [de ‘¿Qué hemos hecho?’]”.
Matt went on to explain that Chrissy and Eddie’s forest scene, where we witnessed the couple’s sweet bond, was actually filmed after her death scene. “We shot the scene with the drug deal in the woods pretty late,” Matt explained. And added Ross: “We had already killed Chrissy when we recorded that.”
“The scene came to life in such a beautiful way,” Matt continued.
This isn’t the first time the Duffer brothers have regretted killing off a ‘Stranger Things’ character. Matt told TVLine, “When we killed off Bob in Season 2, we really didn’t want to do that. We had fallen so in love with the character and with Sean Astin. And Sean didn’t want to die. Winona Ryder didn’t want him to die.”
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