The famous star of The Stranger Things Gaten Matarazzo explains how he thinks Eddie Munson’s death in season 4 volume 2 will involve Dustin pushing into Stranger Things season 5.

Gaten Matarazzo describes how he thinks Eddie Munson’s death will influence Dustin in Stranger Things season 5.

After several years missing, the Duffer Brothers’ hit spectacle succession was finally produced before this year with its volatile fourth season.

Stranger Things was first thrown on Netflix in 2016 and have since become an artistic sensation and ruling everyone’s heart with Lucas, Eleven, and Mike, Will, and Matarazzo’s Dustin charming audiences.

Joseph Quinn’s character Eddie Munson fast became a fan favorite upon his opening in season 4.

After discovering himself on the run for a killing he didn’t devote, Eddie Munson goes from being the leader of Hawkins High School’s Hellfire Club to be one of the major participants in the fight against Vecna.

However, the company between Dustin and Steve (Joe Keery) was an essential dynamic in season 3, season 4 sees Dustin grow very compact with Eddie Munson.

The emphatic bind between the two personalities finally created Eddie Munson’s death in the Stranger Things season 4 volume 2 all the more dynamic.

In a new interview, Gaten Matarazzo indicates how he believes Eddie Munson’s death will impact Dustin proceeding into season 5 of The Stranger Things.

Gaten Matarazzo says that Dustin probably lacks any sort of closure from the event, specifically since he left Eddie Munson’s body in the Upside Down to exit.