Watch Jamie Campbell Bower Learn Vecna Thirst Tweets

Step apart, Steve Harrington. The newest “Stranger Issues” heartthrob is . . . Vecna, apparently? In a brand new video created by Buzzfeed, actor Jamie Campbell Bower reads “thirst tweets” about himself and the vine-covered villain he portrays within the sci-fi drama’s fourth season, and it is a wilder trip than any journey with Argyle within the driver’s seat.

“I am not a lollipop, I am an individual!”

Issues begin fairly low-key however get progressively extra raunchy and descriptive as Bower recites no-holds-barred messages from his telephone. Replying to a fan’s tweet describing Vecna as “soooooo attractive,” Bower jokes, “What’s flawed with you? Come on, pull it collectively. Man’s acquired tendrils and a giant left hand. Perhaps that is what you are into, I do not know. That is psychological.” He later exclaims, “I am not a lollipop, I am an individual!” when reacting to a remark about, nicely, you may simply have to look at for your self. After rattling off tweets branding each him and Vecna as a “daddy,” “scorching piece of ass,” and the like, Bower concludes, “I really feel like I’ve gone 19 rounds with Mike Tyson. It has been an absolute catastrophe. Thanks a lot for all of your weirdness. I find it irresistible and I recognize it.”

In “Stranger Issues” season 4, Bower performs 4 completely different characters: along with Vecna, he is additionally One (the primary take a look at topic at Hawkins Lab), Peter Ballard (the pleasant orderly at Hawkins Lab), and Henry Creel (the son of Victor Creel). Sadie Sink, aka Max Mayfield, not too long ago revealed that Bower was so devoted to his position as Vecna, he usually talked within the character’s menacing voice between takes. “To have somebody as dedicated as Jamie in a task like that simply made it actually plausible,” she mentioned. Earlier than “Stranger Issues,” Bower starred in numerous different initiatives, together with “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Road,” The Twilight Saga, and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Half 1.”

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