Maya Hawke wishes epic death for her character in Stranger Things 5

Maya Hawke
Maya Hawke

Maya Hawke hoping for a worthy ending for her character “I wish I could die and have my hero moment.”

Throughout these four seasons, Stranger Things has given us many beautiful couples, showing how friendship and love can give life to something unique and special.

Just think of the bonds born between Dustin and Eddie Munson (played respectively by Gaten Matarazzo and Joseph Quinn ), between Eleven and Mike (aka Millie Bobby Brown and Finn Wolfhard ) as well as between Lukas and Max (Caleb McLaughlin and Sadie Sink ) or Joey and Hopper ( Winona Ryder and David Harbor ).

Passing through the triangle made up of Steve ( Joe Keery ), Nancy ( Natalia Dyer ), and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), up to the splendid friendship that binds Robin(Maya Hawke) to Steve Harrington, the latter among the most beloved characters of the entire cast of Stranger Things.

A bond between Robin and Steve that will give us more than an emotion even in the final season of the TV series streaming on Netflix, during which we will be forced to say goodbye to some of our favorite characters during the last fight with Vecna ​​( Jamie Campbell Bower ) and all the creatures of the Upside Down.

We will see an epochal battle in Stranger Things 5 ​​in which Maya Hawke dreams of seeing Robin succumb in an epic scene worthy of the good Eddie.

“Next will be the last season, so people will likely die,” the 24-year-old daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke told Rolling Stone.

Maya Hawke’s wish of epic death in Stranger Things

“I wish I could die and have my hero moment,” Maya Thurman Hawke continued, hoping for a worthy ending for her character: “I wish I could die with honor like any actor, and I love the way the Duffer brothers love their characters. They write scripts so well because they fall in love with their actors and the roles they play and would never want to kill them,” continued the 24-year-old star of the film Do revenge.

Despite the desire for an epic death for her character, in the interview, Maya said she was more than open to the idea of ​​a spin-off of Stranger Things set in the 90s and starring the beloved Steve Harrington, of course, flanked by the inseparable Robin.

“I’m not normally a fan of spin-offs, but if I were to do it with Joe Keery, then I’d be willing to do anything,” Hawke said before adding, “He’s so funny, wonderful, and smart.

He is an excellent colleague, and I would do anything with him.

Who knows if, after the words of Maya Hawke, the Duffer brothers will consider the idea of ​​a sequel to Stranger things that tells the life of Steve after the clash with Vecna.

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