Stranger Things Season 4: David Harbor Says He’ll Never Lose Weight For A Role Again After Losing Five Stones

stranger things Actor David Harbor has shared the one thing season four taught him to never do again.

The actor plays Jim Hopper in the hit Netflix series, and his storyline last season saw his character locked up in a Soviet labor camp.

For the scenes, he “lost 80 pounds” (five stone) in eight months by intermittent fasting and doing Pilates.

“I was about 270 [then]and when we shot season four I was like 190,” Harbor said GQ.

However, he added, “I don’t think I’ll ever do that again.”

Harbor said he “gained it all back” to play Santa in an upcoming film of the title violent nightShe said: “But now, yeah, never again. The prostheses are too good.”

Elsewhere, the actor suggested spin-off projects will be announced closer to the final season’s release.

David Harbor in Stranger Things


“I think as soon as the show ends, or maybe six months before it ends, you’ll hear about the planned spinoffs,” he said. Harbor also revealed who he would like to play in a younger version of Hopper.

In a new podcast interview, the Duffer brothers, who created the series, have fought back criticism of the series from two of its stars, including Millie Bobby Brown. The pair also shared new details on what fans can expect from the spin-off series, ending two celebrity rumors.

They also revealed how the fifth and final season will be most different from the fourth.

Meanwhile, it was revealed that Joseph Quinn, who played new character Eddie Munson, improvised one of the best lines of the season.

stranger things is now available to stream on Netflix. The final season is expected to be released in 2024 – here’s everything we know about it. and The Independent‘s verdict on season four volume two here.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/stranger-things-david-harbour-b2115284.html Stranger Things Season 4: David Harbor Says He’ll Never Lose Weight For A Role Again After Losing Five Stones


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