Fans have fallen in love with Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things,’ and it sounds as if the third season is going to end on one of the most significant moments thus far. Actor David Harbour (‘Hellboy’) who plays Sheriff Jim Hopper feels that the final episode will deliver the “most moving thing” which they’ve shot and that “it’s very unexpected what happens in the end.”
Hopefully, this will be moving us to tears in a good way and not at the loss of one of the characters.
The detail came up at this year’s MCM Comic-Con where the actor also shared that we’ll learn more about the father-daughter relationship which has grown between his character and Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven.
“Millie [Eleven] is growing up, and I think that’s the terrifying thing for Hopper. He doesn’t like the idea of his baby daughter hanging out with boys. So the season starts with him a little bit uncomfortable. His daughter is becoming a teenager and beginning to find herself, so that’s scarier for Hopper than any Demogorgon creature that he’s going to have to deal with. You get to see a lot of that throughout the season, and it’s very unexpected what happens in the end, and it’s very, very moving. I think episode eight is the most moving thing we’ve ever shot.”
You really have to hope that this means Hopper ends up allowing Eleven to come into her own, but we’ll have to wait just a little longer to find out what this could mean.
Are you looking forward to the third season of ‘Stranger Things’ on Netflix? Do you have any guesses as to what David Harbour might feel is the “most moving thing” which they’ve filmed so far? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
We’ll find out exactly what Harbour means when ‘Stranger Things’ returns to Netflix for a third season on July 4th, 2019!
Source: Digital Spy