‘Stranger Things’ star Maya Hawke explains why she’d love Robin to Die?

,strange thingsHeading towards its final season and at least one star on the show hoping that his character doesn’t survive what will undoubtedly be a brutal and bloody affair.

“I would love to die” Maya Hawkwho plays Robin Buckley, told Rolling Stone,

“Stranger Things” star Maya Hawke says she would love to see her character die in the final season of the hit show.

Hawke said she wants a “hero’s moment” in the final season.

“I’d rather die with honor than any actor would,” she told the magazine, but added that the show’s creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, might not let that wish come true:

“But I love that the Duffer Brothers love their actors. The reason I write so beautiful for me and everyone else is because they fall in love with their actors and their characters, and they don’t want to kill them. I think it’s a beautiful quality they have, and I don’t want to take it away.”

If Robin survives, Hawke said he is up for a spinoff, under one condition…

“Normally I wouldn’t really be a proponent of a spinoff, but if I got to do it with Joe Keery, I would do anything,” she said, referring to the actor who plays Steve Harrington, Robin’s partner— Plays the role of in-crime. Her season 3 debut.

Gaten Matarazzo, Maya Hawke and Joe Keery "strange things" Hit the junket in 2019.
Gaten Matarazzo, Maya Hawke and Joe Keery at the “Stranger Things” press junket in 2019.

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Hawke isn’t the only actor who has a death wish for his character.

during summer, Millie Bobby Brown The one who played Eleven urged the Duffers to start killing off more characters as the cast got older.very bigHe suggested “a massive carnage” and even offered his character in the sacrifice.

“The Duffer Brothers Are Sensitive Sallys Who Don’t Want To Kill Anyone” Brown told The Wrap, “We need to have a ‘Game of Thrones’ mindset. Kill me! They tried to kill David and they brought him back.”

“Stranger Things 5” has not yet gone into production, nor has a release date been announced. David Harbour, who plays Hopper, Told GQ He hoped filming would begin next year, with the series likely to hit screens in mid-2024.

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