Stranger Things has shared which season 4 finale moments were improvised by the cast.
The final two episodes of Season 4 of Stranger Things were released on Netflix on July 1, bringing the penultimate season to an end. Season 4’s Stranger Things finale was written by its producers Ross and Matt Duffer, but the show’s writers disclosed on Twitter that certain critical moments came directly from the players themselves (@strangerwriters). Defeating Vecna in the Upside Down while also eradicating the Demogorgons is a major goal for the cast in the finale, therefore the tension is high.
Stranger Things Season 4’s emotional set was no surprise, and it resulted in some touching unscripted moments. Find out which words and scenes in Season 4 of Stranger Things were written by the performers themselves.
The Kiss between Joyce and Hopper
Joyce’s (Winona Ryder) and Hopper’s (David Harbour) chemistry was evident from the start of Stranger Things. It was only on the day of filming that Ryder and Harbour were able to incorporate their on-set chemistry into a passionate kiss.
Lucas Screams for His Sister to Hear Him.
When Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) is desperately trying to save Max (Sadie Sink), he tells his sister Erica (Priah Ferguson) to dial 911. Erica, help,” McLaughlin improvised as an additional dimension of desperation to the scene.
The Final words of Eddie
Because this one’s going to make you cry. Adding the sentence, “I love you, man,” to Eddie’s final words made people weep even more, as if Joseph Quinn dying in Dustin Matarazzo’s arms wasn’t heartbreaking enough.
Scene Between Caper and Steve in the Van
In the scene in the camper van with Steve (Joe Keery) and Robin, Quinn is a very excellent improviser, since he also offered a lot more lighthearted phrase (Maya Hawke). You can see Keery’s natural reaction to Steve’s retort, “Don’t you, big boy,” when he tells him that.
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