by Michelin Martin
As far as US viewers are concerned, Eddie Monson starring in Season 4 of Weird things He practically transformed Joseph Quinn from a barely recognizable character actor into a true pop culture icon. His epic performance of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” made him an instant favorite among fans, which is also a good thing. The actor recently revealed that had it not been for his new status as a star here in the US, he might not have been allowed into the country.
Joseph Quinn made it Talk show for the first time on me Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Last Monday, he revealed that he “almost did it”. When Fallon asked him for clarification, Quinn said that upon arriving at the airport, he was detained by immigration. “I was taken there, I guess,” Quinn recalls. “And I was asked to wait there for about 20 minutes and then I was called into this office where someone asked me, ‘What are you doing in the United States, sir?’ ‘ I said, ‘I’m already here to meet Jimmy Fallon Tonight Show. And he didn’t believe me.” Quinn says his co-worker took a look at the actor and said, “Leave Eddie alone,” and explained that the actor played Eddie Monson in Weird things. The interviewer apparently asked Quinn if he’d be back for season five. “I was like, I don’t know, and he said, ‘You’re better,’ and he gave me my passport. You can see Quinn telling Fallon the story below.
If it bothers Americans that Joseph Quinn was able to use his fame to get indulgence, it may or may not comfort you to know that US government agents aren’t the only ones willing to cut through all the red tape when facing fame. While Jimmy Fallon was away from the interview and was replaced by Jimmy Kimmel, an episode of Tonight Show Earlier this year she had a similar story except what happened in Canada and it was Hugh Jackman Who almost did not succeed in filming for the year 2000 X-Men Because his Australian visa did not come in time. At the time, Jackman did not enjoy the fame he has now, but once Canadian customs officers found out who Jackman was playing in. X-MenHe got the green light to enter the country.
Ironically, playing Eddie Monson ended up getting Joseph Quinn out of trouble with the authorities considering the character we meet in Season 4 of Weird things Initially on the run not only from the authorities, but from Hawkins’ citizens who became sentinels. Monson is wrongly accused of involvement in the high school student murders, and his status as head of the high school Hellfire Club does nothing more than convince the townspeople of his guilt.
We have no idea when Joseph Quinn will return for the fifth and final season of Weird thingsBut the final season left fans with some interesting theories. One of the things that most come off the left is, like Mashable Reports, that Eddie is a vampire. Another fan theory making the rounds on TikTok via the RelayTS account that’s not quite as nuts – but still somewhat improbable if not downright bullshit – is that as a child, Eddie was the subject of thirteen of the same secret project that gave Eleven ( Millie Bobby Brown, her powers. There is a huge obstacle to this theory – thirteen appear in the fourth season of Weird thingsplayed before Hendrix YasiShe is a girl. Regardless, you can see RelayTS discussing his theory below.
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