Three minutes of action, darkness, monsters, remnants of past wounds, powers that were lost, a battle that promises to be the most spectacular of all… This is just the summary of the long-awaited preview of the fourth season of Stranger Things. With confirmed dates: the first volume will be available on Netflix on May 27 and the second on July 1. After almost 3 years of agony, The Duffer brothers gave a complete look at what this installment will be, which promises to be just as electrifying as the entire saga and prepare the ground for the end.
Six months have passed since the battle of Starcourt and Eleven and her friends are separated. And not by his own will. While Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) becomes a popular kid by joining the basketball team, Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Mike (Finn Wolfhard) join the Hellfire Club, an advanced game of basketball. Dungeons and Dragons at Hawkins High. Meanwhile, Max (Sadie Sink) continues trying to assimilate the death of Billy and Will (Noah Schnapp) and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) seek to start from scratch in other latitudes. So you can see, with a remix of “Separate Ways” by Journey in the background, Hopper (David Harbour) fighting for his life in a Russian prison and Joyce (Winona Ryder) receiving a mysterious package. In parallel are Steve (Joe Keery), Robin (Maya Hawke) and Nancy (Natalia Dyer) in full exploration of unknown parts of Hawkins. “See you on the other side,” Mike’s brother is heard saying.
But the separation will not be so long. Dr. Owens (Paul Reiser) is tasked with finding and telling Eleven that a war is coming and he doesn’t think they can win it without her. The problem is that she still doesn’t get her powers back.
With action, surround sound, scenes that seem to be taken from Alien and others of Matrixthis season seems the most compact of all and the darkest. New threats are seen everywhere, the references to the 80s that have been so popular in this saga and also the usual characters continue.
charlie heaton, Priah Ferguson, Brett Gelman, good face Y Matthew Modine complete the cast of the series.
“I think they will be happy when they see what is coming. The season is very, very long, so it’s taking us a long time”, said Ross Duffer, producer and creator of the strip with his brother Matt. The director also stated that some of the fan theories, which he has seen online, are “surprisingly accurate”although he would not say which ones. “I am constantly impressed with how sharp the fans are and how quickly they are able to put something together with very, very little information.”
Volume 1 of the fourth season will be released on May 27 and will pick up the story six months after the events of the third installment. At this most vulnerable moment for all, a supernatural threat arises, presenting a gruesome new mystery: if they can solve it, it could bring an end to the horrors of the “Other Side.”
Over the years, the characters have come a long way leading up to this season, which will have a much darker and “horror movie” air. “When we pitched this idea to Netflix many years ago, we did it as if the kids were the goonies in ET.” Ross explained. “But this year we don’t have any more children. we can no longer do the goonies, so all of a sudden we’re leaning a lot more into that horror movie territory that we love. It was fun to make that change,” he added.
Since its premiere in 2016, the horror fiction set in the 80s has become a kind of addiction for its followers. He obtained more than 65 awards and 175 nominations for different awards, including Emmys, Golden Globes, Grammys, Peabody, AFI Show of the Year, People’s Choice, MTV Movie & TV, Teen Choice, and many others. Furthermore, it is one of the most watched Netflix titles globally.
It recently transpired that the fifth season will be the one that It will mark the end of this story. In a letter published a few weeks ago, the producers anticipated that the fourth will be “the beginning of the end”.
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Stranger Things 4: an electrifying trailer that promises adventures, monsters and mystery