Streaming service Netflix has released the official announcement of the second season of “Very strange things”, and it has already seen the first oddities of the first mystery.
Some details about the story continue, we learned in February. Information there were not so many, and now it was not that much more. However, something is still there.
So, the season will consist of nine episodes, the names of which are listed in the following clip. At least a few of them the action takes place in the eve of all saints Day, so maybe the whole season will be dedicated to Halloween. Events will develop in 1984.
Their roles will return Winona Ryder, David harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Noah, Snapp, Gaten Mataratstso, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Cara Buono. That is, the entire main cast of the show. In addition, the caste listed Millie Bobby brown, perfectly embodied the image of a young girl named Eleven on the screen. Her character loved by millions of viewers, and it certainly should appear in the sequel, however, while the creators of the dark on this subject.
That said, Ross Duffer, one of the brothers who invented and started the series:
We don’t know about Eleven. Leave it suspended in the air.
What about the “Reverse side,” the mystery of the wrong side of reality, where dwelt the Demogorgon and how all-taki managed to rescue the boy will?
We just opened the curtain and revealed the tiny piece Back. So we definitely want to explore it a little more. At the end of the first season, we still do not know much about the Back, says Matt Duffer.
In addition, the brothers talked a little bit about what they were inspired this time, because “Very strange things” in the first place cling a lot of Easter eggs referring to culture, cinema and literature of the 80s. Well, according to Gaffarov, the main source of inspiration now was James Cameron, or rather his two iconic kinosikvela: “Aliens” and “Terminator 2”.
That sounds pretty good.
So, the season premiere will take place on 31 October 2017.
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