Stranger Things Season 4 will release on May 27 on Netflix, putting us much closer to the show’s return than we’ve ever been. After the Battle at Starcourt Mall, which caused a rift in our leading group in Hawkins and culminated in a season finale that left the fate of Hawkins police.
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While Season 3 ended with Mike and his high school buddies coping with the suffocating halls of high school, Season 4 begins six months later. Not only is there a new villain in town, but one that comes along with an intriguing riddle that might finally put an end to the Upside Down’s menace as well.
Collider had the pleasure to visit the Stranger Things Season 4 set in June 2021, where we got a personal tour from some of the show’s production staff and spoke with a few cast members on what their characters can expect when the show returns in May.
Roundtable interviews with both Brown and Wolfhard have to discuss the season’s background of Eleven and her connection with Joyce, how the core group was affected by the massive breakup in Season 3 of the show, and how Mike and Eleven are dealing with their long-distance romance. This season is by far the darkest ever, and they discussed their own personal scariest seasons, Mike’s decision to join the Hellfire Club, and more.
When a mother figure is in your life, it’s hard not to be inspired by her. She goes away with Joyce, Jonathan, and Will. Something that Eleven does not currently possess. As a result, you may expect the connection to evolve naturally.
To be honest, I’m stumped. A strange phenomenon has taken place. Regardless of the circumstances, they believe that we are all divided into groups at some point throughout the year. Only a few sequences after the season bring the whole cast together. Perhaps because of our last-minute halt to our travel plans due to the flu epidemic, this year has been particularly challenging.
So, I’m at a loss. It’s been a strange experience. Millie has been filming far more than I have. In and out, but I’m going to get back in the groove. It’s been interesting to see how the other characters react to the change, but it’s also been nice to give them some breathing space.
In the same sense that Finn mentioned, we’ve always felt like we’ve broken apart. It’s always a challenge when it comes to reuniting as the kids’ group since we have all grown up together.
There is a constant want to have your characters cross over into other stories so that we can see them in the same frame, but the most exemplary sequences are always when you split us apart because Stranger Things is Stranger Things. We all go on our journeys to discover who we are. However, Stranger Things wouldn’t be Stranger Things if we weren’t all working together to fight the evil. Because of it and our unity this season, you can see it.