Stranger Things Season 4: Dacre Montgomery Surprised Fans With His New Project
Stranger Things Season 4
Introduction (Stranger Things Season 4)
Don’t hide the poet in you. Yes, that’s what we would ask if you have that hidden talent in you. If you’ve John Keats or Shakespeare inside you, then let it out. Let your emotions flow with an unstoppable beat because you never know, what surprise is there for you if you give it a chance. With the world under complete lockdown and people stuck at home, there are lots of things you can do. What about writing poems?? Giving a vent to your suppressed feelings or what you had in mind with a shade of creativity. Well, our friend Billy Hargrove, the supervillain/bad boy/ handsome hunk of “Stranger Things” have taken his mind into poetry. Since his exit from the show in season three, Dacre Montgomery aka Billy Hargrove in the episode Upside Down where he was infected by the monster, Billy has taken up this new project. His new project, of course, comes as a surprise to many of his fans. The bad boy/ bully….a poet?? As far as we know, this piece of information is genuine and that Billy always had that poet inside him.
Let’s see what our poet friend has in store for us. So, Billy!! Surprise us with your new project.
Dacre Montgomery’s New Project (Stranger Things Season 4)
Billy has released his own book of poetry. Yes, you heard me right! This multitalented young boy has sold an untitled book of poetry to Patty Rice at Andrew’s McNeel. He shared this beautiful news via his Instagram handle where he wrote, “Very excited to share this news with you all!” he posted on Instagram Stories, with a screenshot of an announcement detailing how he “sold a currently untitled book of poetry to Patty Rice at Andrews McMeel”.
His message continued: “Richard Abate and Rachel Kim at 3 Arts Entertainment handled the world rights sale for the book, which is slated for fall 2020.”
Dacre’s Experience With Poetry
In one of his interviews with the New York Times last year, Billy remarked that his experience with poetry has always been “cathartic” for him.
“I’ve been doing a podcast for over two years. It’s kind of an amalgamation of beat poetry that I’ve been writing for a long time, and I collated into six distinct tracks,” he explained.
Anyway, we would like to wish Billy for his new project. Keep up that poet in you Billy!