Megan Thee Stallion has revealed that she could be joining the fifth and final season of Stranger Things.
via InstagramStallion shared a series of photos in which she posed in front of a green screen with Stranger Things branded ticket cards, while another image saw her sitting in a Netflix-branded director’s chair.
Megan Thee Stallion also showed off her black widow nails. The same spiders were present during the fourth season of Stranger Things, where Henry Creel (who would go on to become the villainous Vecna) found a relationship with the eight-legged creatures.
Most recently, Megan Thee Stallion appeared in Good Girls and P-Valley, as well as a cameo in Marvel’s She-Hulk, in which she starred alongside reluctant superhero Tatiana Maslany.
However, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer have previously said that the fifth season may not introduce new characters.
“When we introduce a new character, we want to make sure they’re an integral part of the story,” Ross said. “But every time we do it, we get nervous because you say, ‘We have a great cast of characters and actors, and any time we spend with a new character, we’re taking time away from one of the others. actors.’ So we are very careful who we bring in.
Previously, the Duffer brothers told NME that the end of the fifth season had already been decided. “We’re done,” Matt said. “I’m sure a lot of things will change, but now [es] the end. It’s one of those things that comes to mind, and you’re like, ‘That’s it, it’s right, it’s inevitable, that’s how it has to be.
Although Stranger Things will end with season five, the Duffer brothers are already working on a live-action spinoff based on an original idea, which they recently described as “1000 percent different” from the main series, as well with a stage play set. in the world and mythology of Stranger Things, directed and produced by Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Reader) with producer Sonia Friedman (The Book Of Mormon, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child).