‘Stranger Things’ Star Joseph Quinn Goes Over That Heartbreaking Scene and Really Shredding Some Metallica for Those Hell Bats

‘Stranger Things’ Star Joseph Quinn Goes Over That Heartbreaking Scene and Really Shredding Some Metallica for Those Hell Bats

[This story contains spoilers for Stranger Things 4 Volume 2.]

Although ravaging for fans to watch, there was a silver lining to Eddie’s fate in the Season 4 ending of Stranger Things, as star Joseph Quinn sees it.

A fan-favorite character presented this season, Eddie went through an enormous arc, initially coming off as something of a bully prior to Chrissy Cunningham (Grace Van Dien) became had and strongly killed in front of his eyes by Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower). On the run as the primary suspect for most of the season, Eddie, who admits his first impulse when there is trouble is always runaway, bravely sacrifices himself to conserve his new friends, specifically his best bud, Dustin Henderson ( Gaten Matarazzo).

Overtaking The Hollywood Reporter once again to talk about Volume 2, Quinn mentions that while some may have seen Eddie as a coward, his death was the best example of how brave the character ended up being and shows how much he grew.

In the listed below chat, Quinn likewise talks about what it resembled to shoot that tiring death scene and exposes it actually was him playing the guitar throughout that impressive Metallica minute– primarily. And the actor discusses that adorable bond formed in between Eddie and Dustin.

Has your phone been calling and buzzing continuously considering that this morning?

( Laughs) Not really. I think all of my good friends have actually been at work, so they haven’t had a chance to see it yet. And I have actually been preventing Twitter, however I hear that it’s sort of madness on there.

Yes, to say the least. Let’s talk about your finale scene.

( Chuckles) It seemed like I was pounding pints of that stuff. The moment was a bit of a monkey on my and Gaten’s back. We wished to do the very best that we could, however it was shot very late in the day. It was a kind of very ruthless night shoot. We did the bat battle and the Metallica series that evening. We had extremely little time left, however we managed to get my protection done prior to the sun turned up. And after that, months later on, we got Gaten’s protection.

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From left: Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley, Joe Keery as Steve Harrington and Joseph Quinn as Eddie Munson in Complete Stranger Things
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Mentioning, does Eddie see Dustin as a little brother or a variation of himself he utilized to be or wished to be?

I think a little bit of both. And when you have actually got a younger individual, you kind of see aspects of yourself in them.

Is that what was going through Eddie’s mind when he cut the rope?

Well, I believe he probably understands that Dustin would follow him back, and he knows that if the bats survive that gate, everybody’s provided for. He tries to give Dustin no option to follow him.

When we spoke prior for Volume 1, you noted that Eddie may be seen as a coward, but you didn’t think that. And now we certainly know how brave and generous he is. Did you see that as the silver lining of his death?

I think that’s such a huge part of Eddie’s story. I think he gets a little bored with feeling pathetic and unable to do anything.

Did the cast do anything for your farewell? Was there a supper or a party?

I kind of hate farewells, so I got out of there as quickly as I could.

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From left: Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson, Joe Keery as Steve Harrington, Joseph Quinn as Eddie Munson, Maya Hawke as Robin Buckley, Priah Ferguson as Erica Sinclair, Sadie Sink as Max Mayfield, and Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair in Complete Stranger Things
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The Metallica scene is one of my favorite of the entire series. Eddie shreds! I presume that was truly you playing, as I saw your hand moving for the chord modifications, which is constantly a terrific indicator if it’s legit.

Yeah, I was very fortunate in the truth that I’ve been playing given that I was young. I’ve had a huge amount of time off, however when I check out the script, I went and bought the guitar and began practicing manically. The solo was not me. I’m not a heavy metal guitar player, so we got this fantastic virtuoso to come in and do that bit. But the rest I was able to film.

That’s so fun.

It would be great, would not it?

I never say never ever about Complete Stranger Things, so I’ll say I hope we see Eddie in the final season by means of a flashback or alternate airplane of presence.

You know, anything is possible, and I ‘d be up for anything. So yeah, we’ll see.

Interview modified for length and clearness.

Complete Stranger Things 4 is now streaming on Netflix. Check out more of THR‘s season protection here

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