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ELEVEN IS BACK

Stranger Things 2 Trailer

Stranger Things 2 has arrived and we’re back in Hawkins, Indiana with our fave gang!

The end of Stranger Things’ incredible first season left us with a few major questions: Is Will still within the grips of the Upside Down? What has happened to Eleven? The time has come and we shall have our answer!

Will Byers struggles with terrifying premonitions of the Upside Down bleeding into our side, and it seems the horrifying other world is going to take over, colossal monsters included.

“I saw something. I felt it everywhere,” 

 

 

We also get a glimpse of Eleven – Millie Bobby Brown – in the Upside Down, and it looks like she’s pretty close to returning.

Ross Duffer, the show’s co-creator said at a Comic Con Panel:

 

“We wanted it to look like one of those Stephen King books that we devoured.”

 

 

Variety reports that Schnapps said Will Byers will definitely step up to be more of a hero. “Compared to last season, Will definitely shows more bravery,” Schnapp said. “You’ll learn how the Upside Down affected Will, and you’ll get more into his storyline.”

As well as the original cast, there’s also a peek at some of the new characters. Some of them were introduced at Comic-Con: Dacre Montgomery takes on the role of Billy, Sadie Sink is Max, and Paul Reiser is Dr. Owens.

“I basically come in to clean up Dr. Brenner’s mess, and, uh, certain things happen,” Reiser said.

The second season of Stranger Things will drop on Netflix October 27

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