Watch the new trailer for the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’

Watch the new trailer for the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’

No one can doubt that the series stranger things, created by Matt and Ross Duffer (since 2016), is a resounding success as a Netflix original production. For this reason, every time one of the three seasons has been released so far, it has been an event for many viewers, who do not miss the adventures in Hawkins of the Eleven of Millie Bobby Brown and company.

The audiovisual stories starring children and adolescents in the eighties of the last century are striking for a large part of the public, whose youth was spent then, which makes them a target of film studies. So the cultural press is aware of the advances of the fourth installment from stranger thingscoming to Netflix in two batches on May 27 and July 1.

Information about her has been coming out. Like what Robert Englundknown for his role as Freddy Krueger in the saga of Nightmare in Elm street (1984), he joined the cast to play Victor Creel; or that he becomes Matthew Modine’s Martin Brenner in some way, William B. Davis’s The Smoking Man in The X-Files (since 1993) possibly; or that this season will be the of greater darkness and maturity.

The advances on the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things’

But Matt and Ross Duffer have no intention that the gum of stranger things goes on too long on Netflix, and with the fifth stage terror will end of the Shadow Monster, the demogorgons and their friends from the Upside Down World. For now, in February 2020, a teaser very Soviet of the next in which the survival of David Harbor’s Jim Hopper as a Russian prisoner is confirmed.

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In May 2021, we were treated to another rather cryptic one with security camera footage and some bloody violence from an unknown location. In September, one more about the disturbing Creel house, which shows moments from its past and the arrival of the young protagonists with Joe Keery’s Steve Harrington in the lead and a commentary of Gaten Matarazzo’s Dustin Henderson.

And, in November, the first trailer, where Eleven foists a milonga on Finn Wolfhard’s Mike Wheeler about his life in sunny California, not very pleasant. And here we have the second to continue opening mouth with the most recent stranger thingsin which they provide us with an epic and very exciting montage of what awaits us in Hawkins and beyond.