As if all the Halloween costumes weren’t enough, Netflix is going to make sure Stranger Things stays on your mind. Case in point, a new video (is it still a viral promo after the fact?) teases the local news reaction to Barb’s famous disappearance, while Sheriff Hopper gets ready to go back to work.
At long last, our national nightmare finally came to an end with news that Stranger Things would return for Season 2 (or rather, Stranger Things 2). Long before a 2017 premiere, however, producers tease a James Cameron upgrade in the vein of Terminator 2 and Aliens, as well new characters for the 1984 return.
If ever you thought that upcoming Netflix chiller Stranger Things felt like an homage to Spielberg and the ‘80s best, the newest look will feel right at home. Check out a brand-new trailer for the Winona Ryder-starring series, along with a fantastic Drew Struzan-style poster.
Netflix certainly got all our attention by the first creepy Spielberg-influenced Stranger Things trailer, and the Winona Ryder-led drama is at it again. Meet the mysterious “Eleven” in a new featurette, and see full photos from the July premiere!
Netflix practically has something new to offer every week, but if the first trailer is any indication, Winona Ryder psychological thriller Stranger Things is a whole new territory. It’s E.T. by way of Stephen King in the first trailer, and you’ll want to see this one for yourself.
With all the controversy still surrounding CBS' forthcoming Sherlock Holmes adaptation 'Elementary' (as 'Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch still talks about it), it's easy to forget that the series itself will prove pretty interesting. We saw the pilot episode at Comic-Con 2012 and have to say, 'Elementary' is definitely worthy of a little buzz. But while we wait for announcements of Holmes' classic literary characters gracing the series, what 'Newsroom' star is coming to his aide?