With the reveal of a creepy new location in Season 4, Stranger Things teases Season 4.
The long-running “Stranger Things” Season 4 advertising campaign took a terrifying new turn on Saturday
with a first glimpse at the “Creel House” — i.e. the residence of new character Victor Creel, portrayed by horror legend Robert Englund from the 1980s
(“A Nightmare on Elm Street”). Since his family was brutally killed in the 1950s,
Creel has been confined to a mental institution, where he believes a vengeful demon is to blame.
The Upside Down has been haunting Hawkins for much longer than anybody knew,
as Creel, a character on “Stranger Things teases Season 4,” demonstrates.
In contrast to the trailer, which begins with a flashback to the Creel family moving into their beautiful new house in the 1950s, the preview does not include Englund. But suddenly, for no apparent reason, the lights start flickering. In their front yard, the girl discovers a disemboweled rabbit. And then, all of a sudden, Creel’s children are lying on the floor, unconscious, while he stands at the front door, pensively.
Cut to the current day, when Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Steve (Joe Keery), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Max (Sadie Sink) have broken into the Creel home, which had been abandoned years before.
“Could you maybe explain what kind of indications we’re looking for here?” Steve is perplexed.
Dustin, channeling his inner Sherlock Holmes, declares, “The universe is full with apparent things.”
“Which no one ever, ever, ever notices.”
Once in the attic, we see a huge grandfather clock that continues to tick ahead despite the fact that
no one has been there to repair it. The glass on the clock’s face starts to shatter as it suddenly turns upside down. This concludes the sneak peek.
Within a few months following a film’s release, Netflix will often run promotions to stimulate interest among new viewers. The advertising window for “Stranger Things,” on the other hand, is much longer since it is one of Netflix’s heritage hits. The first teaser will air in February 2020.
A few months later, the worldwide pandemic halted Season 4 production for many months. Filming resumed in the autumn of 2020 and lasted for the majority of the year. A mysterious teaser for “Stranger Things” Season 4 debuted on Netflix in May,
and the streamer revealed in August that the fourth season will premiere in 2022 with a short 30 seconds peek of the next season.
It was recently reported by Variety that “Stranger Things” executive producer Shawn Levy said that
Season 4’s filming took place in places including Georgia, New Mexico, and Lithuania and is “visually and narratively extremely ambitious.”
Priah Ferguson was upgraded to series regular for Season 4 along with Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, and Gaten Matarazzo. Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink will also return for Season 4, as will Charlie Heaton and Joe Keery as well as scene-stealer Priah Ferguson.
Englund, Jamie Campbell Bower, Eduardo Franco, Joseph Quinn, Amybeth McNulty, Myles Truitt, Regina Ting Chen, and Grace Van Dien are among the newcomers to the cast.
Netflix’s huge Tudum virtual fan event, which included a three-hour preview of more than 100 titles from Netflix’s worldwide film and TV lineup, was launched on Saturday thanks to the new “Stranger Things” teaser.
The following is a sneak peek at the full trailer:
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