When It Comes to ‘Stranger Things’ Props, David Harbour Makes an Unexpected Connection to Arnold Schwarzenegger
The sword David Harbour used in Stranger Things season 4 has an epic backstory, and it’s one that he’s sharing with fans. According to Harbour, Arnold Schwarzenegger used a similar sword while portraying Conan the Barbarian in the Conan films.
“Warning: this is a nerdy post. A prop from the CONAN films appears at the end of episode 9, and it’s the Atlantean sword. A kind fan discovered a photo taken in episode 7 when it was first established and later used by an unfortunate inmate who died in the cells next to our gladiatorial pit “Several images of the sword were captioned, including one of Arnold’s Schwarzenegger wielding it in the Conan series.
It’s the Sword, However, that Has Everyone so Enthralled at St Props.
Aside from being an incredible gift from ST props (reveal yourselves guys so I can give you credit), the real thrill of receiving the sword is the fact that it was the actual sword used in the filming of Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer, which were both directed by the late, great Austrian actor, Peter Lorre. “It was a tremendous amount of weight, but it was also an incredible honor to hold it. Thanks for the critique, @schwarzenegger. I’m all ears.”
On Friday, the Fourth Season’s Final Two Episodes Were Made Available to The Public.
’80s nostalgia has been sparked by the use of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” in the final two episodes, which were released on Friday.
After an epic performance by Joseph Quinn to divert the deadly bats guarding the villain Vecna‘s lair for two hours in the season finale. After the episode aired, the song from 1986 climbed the US and UK music charts.
When “Master Of Puppets” debuted on Spotify’s US and Global charts on Monday, it was ranked 12th and 26, respectively.
In a Monday Instagram Post, Metallica Reacted to Quinn’s Performance and The “next Level” Use of The Song.
When Stranger Things was first released, the Duffer Brothers incorporated music into the show in a way that “has always been next level,” so they were “beyond excited” when the show included “Master of Puppets” in the show and had a pivotal scene built around it.
“To say we were all excited to see the final product would be an understatement… It’s so well done, in fact, that some people were able to guess the song from a few seconds of Joseph Quinn‘s hands in the trailer!! What a fantastic idea!”
Continuing, Metallica said, “It’s an incredible honor to be such a big part of Eddie’s journey and to once again be keeping company with all of the other incredible artists featured in the show.”
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A Few Months Ago
“Running Up That Hill,” a 1985 song by Kate Bush, also gained new attention after it was used on the show.
In a blog post on her website, the singer said she was “really moved” by the song’s resurgence.
It’s a testament to Matt and Ross Duffer, the showrunners and writers behind Netflix’s Stranger Things series, that “the child actors have grown into young adults” in four seasons. “In this new series, the characters are dealing with many of the same issues that are plaguing the world today. During these trying times, I believe the Duffer Brothers have made a significant impact on the hearts and minds of many people, but especially on the minds and hearts of children and teenagers.”