“Stranger Things” | Joseph Quinn says if Eddie can return in season 5

Joseph Quinn, 29, the interpreter of Eddie Munson in “Stranger Things” commented in an interview with Access Hollywood about the rumors of the possible return of the character after his death in season 4.

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“He feels kind of gone, it feels pretty hard to bring him back, I’d say, but, I don’t know”, Quinn told Scoot Evans. The character became one of the favorites in the series.

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Joseph Quinn Detained at U.S. Airport

During an appearance on “The Tonight Show,” the star told host Jimmy Fallon that he almost missed the interview because he got detained at the airport by U.S. immigration.

“I very nearly didn’t make it,” Quinn said. “I was taken into, I guess you could call it more of a dungeon. And I was asked to wait there for about 20 minutes and then I was summoned to this desk where someone asked me, ‘What are you doing in the United States, sir?’ I said, ‘I’m actually here to meet Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show.’ And he didn’t believe me”.

The actor was only able to enter the country, because another officer recognized him for his character in “Stranger Things”. “One of his colleagues looked over at him, looked at me, and said: ‘Leave Eddie alone!’” Quinn said. “And then [the colleague] said, ‘It’s Eddie from “Stranger Things,” and he was like, ‘You’re Eddie Munson?’”

The actor continues, “[The man asked], ‘Do you come back next season?’ I was like, ‘I don’t know,’ and he said, ‘You better,’ and gave me my passport.”

 

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