Stranger Things creators may be pulling a George Lucas to correct Will’s birthday mistake

It does not matter how much money or how many people are involved in a production that goes wrong. Such an error occurred in Stranger Things‘the latest season and fans can not stop talking about it. Will Byers (Noah Schnapp)’s birthday had been set for March 22 in an earlier episode of Stranger Things, but in the second episode of the fourth season, that date passed without any of the other characters mentioning it. poor will.

While talking to Variety,, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer said they are considering pulling a George Lucas and changing Will’s birthday in the previous episode.

We think his new birthday will be May 22 because “May” may fit into Winona [Ryder]’s mouth [in the Season 2 scene where Joyce says the date of Will’s birthday]. So it would be us, George Lucas, who were in control of the situation.

Matt Duffer admitted that not having any of the characters to remember Will’s birthday is “just too sad“And”makes no narrative sense.“He also added that it would not be the first time they had George Lucas’ something in the show, but did not elaborate on what it would be. Ross Duffer said they have actually already changed a few shots in the last season after it premiered. “Some of the visual effectsRoss explained. “It’s not like a story, but you’re basically patching up shots. Netflix is ​​- I never think they have allowed people to patch on opening week and even weekend. And we said, ‘Well, why not?’ And he said, ‘Well, that makes us nervous.’ And we think, “Well, maybe we should try this time.” And it turned out fine.

That first volume of Stranger Things Season 4 is now streaming on Netflix, with the second volume set to drop July 1. The series ends with its fifth and final season, but the Duffer Brothers are already developing one spinoff series.

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