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The well-known British singer and songwriter Kate Bush is now a popular figure in the MCU. All of this occurred shortly after the fourth season of the original Netflix series “Stanger Things,” which featured the 1985 song “Kate,” was released.

Kate Bush’s Music Scene Got Cut From The ‘Thor: Love And Thunder’

After being included in the fourth season of Netflix’s Stranger Things, her song “Running Up That Hill” from the album “Hounds of Love” is currently receiving a tonne of views. The song actually had its initial release 40 years prior and is currently the number one hit on the UK chart. We are grateful to Stranger Things 4 director Shawn Levy for bringing the incredibly popular song back.

Christian Bale Reveals The Kate Bush Kate Bush’s Music Almost Became A Part Of The MCU!!

It was recently disclosed by Christian Bale, who plays Gorr the God Butcher in Thor: Love and Thunder, that Taika Waititi, the film’s director, had originally intended for a dance scene to be inspired by Kate Bush’s song, Music, but changed his mind. The entire crew seemed to be unlucky!

For the song Kate, Bale and Taika had a full dance planned. However, nothing was successful, and they were unable to shine. Bale discovered that the dancing scene was not crammed into any stage of the production process after the finished product was released.

Following the premiere of Stranger Things 4, Kate’s song and fame once more soared. On the Billboard Hot 100, the song “Running Up That Hill” is presently in position 4.

Kate Bush recently released a blog entry on her website in which she expressed her overwhelming gratitude for the new life and vigour her song has given to the hearts of millions of music fans.

One of the main female characters in the series, “Max,” who always listens to music through headphones, brought this track to light once more in such a profound, contagious way. The Stranger Things creators, the Duffer brothers, also received praise for having the guts to incorporate such a dated song into their new show.

Bush never failed to thank the Duffer brothers for making the daring decision to reintroduce the song into people’s lives. She also complimented them for giving her song a new lease on life with Generation Z.

After three successful seasons, the fourth installment of the Netflix series Stranger Things was eagerly anticipated by fans. This song became well-known once more thanks to Stranger Things’ enormous fan base. The track that was included into the story’s emotionally charged period of love and fear caught the attention of the viewers. The song by Kate Bush effectively captures the strength of love between the female character “Max” and her pals.

The Stranger Things 4 appears to have captured the attention of the world and is currently one of the top 10 Netflix shows. All of the earlier seasons were successful as well, but the current one with the flawless track increased the rating to a new high. The debut of Stranger Things 5 is eagerly anticipated by the public.

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