Return To The 80s With ‘Thrilling’ Trailer For Stranger Things Season 2

Now, it’s exploded into one of the biggest overnight fandoms in recent memory.When it comes to content about the show, Netflix haven’t been cheap on what they’ve teased. The audience screamed with excitement as the cast and crew took the stage. Mike (Finn Wolfhard) is still desperately searching for Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), who is trapped somewhere deep in the Upside Down. It’s clear that she’s already on the fast track to superstardom. Catch the first season of Stranger Things on Netflix now. Fans of the show will recognize the star as Barb from Season 1 and Ethel from Riverdale. When it came time for audience questions, the spotlight trained on the Q&A mic and there stood America’s favorite normcore bestie. “As the season goes on, he kind of goes back to his old ways”.Patton Oswalt moderated the panel, and nearly the entire starring cast for the series was in attendance along with The Duffer Brothers, the creators of the series, and Shawn Levy, executive producer and director. Lisa says she has all the good ones and Jonathan had the cheesy ones.The trailer is laced with Vincent Price’s voice-over from “Thriller by Michael Jackson which makes things all the more scarier”.What a great trailer!The clip features the distinctive 1980s-inspired theme track and shows the group of friends riding their bikes under an ominous thundery red sky. His visions are driving him to stare into space, frantically draw the monster that’s coming, and warn his mother that the creature wants, “Not me”. You know it’s going to be incredible and you really dig in to the life of Eleven. This is going to hit BIG.Stranger Things Season 2 premieres on Netflix on October 27. Will, it seems, has been changed by his time in the upside down and is caught between realms. The adorable meter skyrocketed with that.