Congratulations are in order to the cast, writers, and crew of Stranger Things as the series is nominated for a Critics Choice Award. We hope Millie will be in attendance at the event so we can see some great photos of her!
In the second season of Netflix’s highly anticipated science fiction horror TV show “Stranger Things,” viewers will finally see justice for Barb Holland (Shannon Purser). The show’s creators previously revealed that they will address the issue in the upcoming season. The first trailer for season 2 confirmed the statements, showing how the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, is responding to the teen’s disappearance.
Netflix unveiled the first trailer for “Stranger Things” on Halloween, titled “Minute by Minute with Brenda Wood.” The clip teased a news report from Hawkins, informing viewers that the teen who was previously thought to have run away was actually missing. The news anchor Brenda Wood informed viewers about the missing person and where she was last seen.
Wood also told the audience that they tried to get a statement from Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer) but was unable to contact Barb’s best friend. On the other hand, the anchor was able to get descriptions from Barb’s other friends, who weren’t mentioned in the news segment.
“[She’s] the kind of girl who notices if you’re wearing a new bra and can really rock a pair of mom jeans. Or as we call them now, jeans,” Wood read the descriptions given by Barb’s friends.
Furthermore, the “Minute by Minute with Brenda Wood” news segment also dedicated a few minutes to discuss a situation which happened in the previous season – Eleven (Millie Brown) stealing Eggos. The anchor revealed that a little girl from West Hawkins raided Bradley’s Big Buy store and stole all the Eggos she could carry.
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Wood also announced that eye witnesses stepped forward claiming that shopping carts were flying across the aisles and the electronic doors were malfunctioning. The anchor advised viewers to report to the chief of police, Jim Hopper (David Harbour), if the young girl was spotted in town.
Fans can expect the main cast of “Stranger Things” — Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Natalia Dyer, Cara Buono, Charlie Heaton, and Matthew Modine — to reprise their roles for the second season.
According to the Independent, “Stranger Things” season 2 will start production this month. The forthcoming season is expected return on Netflix in 2017.
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Although a Netflix rep declined to comment, sources confirm to TVLine that the series’ breakout star, Millie Bobby Brown, will indeed be back as Eleven in Season 2.
Brown’s involvement beyond the show’s phenomenally successful first season was called into question over the summer when exec producers Matt and Ross Duffer said Eleven’s return remained “up in the air.” Shortly thereafter, eyebrows were raised when American Odyssey‘s Sadie Sink was cast in the role of “Max,” a “tough and confident” young female whose “appearance, behavior and pursuits seem more typical of boys than of girls in this era.”
It’s not clear how many of Season 2’s nine episodes Brown will appear in, but all signs point to her once again being a series regular.
Arriving sometime in 2017, Season 2 picks up about a year later, in the fall of 1984, and will delve into “bigger mythology” behind young Will Byers’ disappearance, Matt Duffer previously teased. Meanwhile, as previously reported, Joe Keery (Steve) and Noah Schnapp (Will) have been promoted to to series regulars.