stranger things Executive producer Shawn Levy has delved into theories surrounding Will’s sexuality.
Many fans have hinted that last season hinted that Will, played by Noah Schnapp, is queer and may have romantic feelings towards Mike (Finn Wolfhard).
In the third season, during a game of Dungeons & DragonsWill and Mike get into an argument about their friendship and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), which ends with Mike yelling at Will, “It’s not my fault you don’t like girls!”
Speak with Weekly entertainment Speaking about the scene, Levy explained that Mike was referring more to the difference in pubertal development stages between the two, clarifying, “It’s not specific to sexual orientation or anything.”
However, when asked directly about Will’s sexuality, he said, “Without addressing where we’re going later in season four [Volume II]I guess I’ll just say that there aren’t many accidents stranger things.
“Every single character has a clear purpose and strategy and real thoughts,” Levy continued. “So if you walked away from Volume I and felt those breadcrumbs of plot and character, it’s probably no coincidence.”
This comes after Schnapp and Brown criticized the need to “tag” Will’s sexuality, with Brown suggesting that “it’s 2022 and we don’t have to tag things.” Wolfhard also spoke about Will’s “love” for Mike, saying it was “a really beautiful thing.”
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https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/stranger-things-producer-will-gay-b2091171.html Stranger Things: The Producer Responds To Fan Theories About Will’s Sexuality