David Har­bour de­mands Stranger Things answers

‘Am I dead?’

Edmonton Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

David Har­bour has tack­led the Stranger Things cre­ators over what has be­come of his cop char­ac­ter Chief Hop­per on the show.

The po­lice of­fi­cer ap­peared to lose his life at the end of the show’s third season, and har­bour re­veals he still has no idea if his char­ac­ter sur­vived.

dur­ing an ap­pear­ance on Late Night With Seth Meyers this week, the actor said, “I al­ways knew that hop­per had to make a sac­ri­fice. he’s a jerk and he needs to pay for that in some way, so, I thought he’d make the sac­ri­fice and then the script came out and ... at the end, (in) the post-cred­its scene there’s ‘the amer­i­can,’ and I’m like, ‘Oh, clearly I’m the amer­i­can...!’ and then, I haven’t got­ten many phone calls.”

he then agreed to Face­time the duf­fer broth­ers, who cre­ated the hit show, and ask them what their plans were. “I have a ques­tion...,” he said. “am I dead? Is hop­per dead?”

“I mean, we’re still fig­ur­ing it out, david,” ross duf­fer re­sponded.

har­bour shot back, “you guys are a lot of help, thanks. re­ally won­der­ful work. Good luck with season 4. Love you guys, love you, bye.”


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