The Stranger Things Cast News: One unexpected development at tonight’s Emmys is that none of the now-adult Stranger Things kids have shown up to walk the red carpet or attend the ceremony. This evening’s red carpet lacked the presence of actors Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Sadie Sink, and Gaten Matarazzo.
Notably, on September 9 Sink attended the Toronto International Film Festival with Taylor Swift, and on September 11 she participated in the festival alone.
Winona Ryder, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, David Harbour, and Maya Hawke, along with the rest of the show’s grownups, were also nowhere to be seen. Dyer was seen today at the Veronica Beard presentation during New York Fashion Week.
The Stranger Things Cast Skipped Emmys 2022
The Stranger Things Cast: This evening, Stranger Things is up for 13 Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series, in recognition of its substantial fourth season, divided into two volumes. The actors’ decision to not attend the ceremony may be a sign that they don’t consider themselves to be category frontrunners, or that they have other obligations this week, such as attending New York Fashion Week (Dyer), Toronto International Film Festival (Sink), or promoting other projects. For instance, on Friday you may see Hawke in Do Revenge.
A new tweet from the show’s creators seems to indicate that the fifth and final season of the Netflix blockbuster will consist of eight episodes. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter published on August 13, co-showrunner Matt Duffer said that the bloated episode counts of seasons past will not be repeated in season 5.
The Stranger Things Cast: He predicted that the episode lengths will be more reasonable in the coming season. We want to go back to the basic framework of the first season, but on a larger scale. In particular, however, the season 5 finale will be “quite huge.” Either way, it’s getting late; it’s impossible to take these performers seriously as teens anymore.