Netflix releases the long-awaited final trailer for Stranger Things Season 3
Stranger Things Season 3 has a new trailer packed with so much drama and terror you may need a lie-down.
Aside from getting us 100% hyped for the July 4 release, the long-awaited final teaser to the next ‘bigger, darker, scarier’ series has us shaken to the core about the imminent threat to Hawkins.
Eleven and the gang Max, Dustin, Mike, Will and Lucas appear to come under siege after discovering they may have locked the Demogorgon in their world when they closed the gate to the Upside Down at the end of Season 2.
But, Eleven seems to be ready to fight harder than ever while he searches for a host to attach himself to again.
And, thanks to telling sequence on the trailer, it looks clearer than ever that Billy could be the one to turn into a monster in Series 3.
And we’re already starting to see the emotional conflict for Billy’s half-sister Max, who seems to be in turmoil about fighting the monster.
The teaser goes in on a terrifying attack at the brand new Starcourt Mall, where Jonathan and Steve are seen joining the fight when Nancy has a particularly close encounter with the monster.
It looks like no-one is safe from the Demogorgon this time around as he threatens: ‘We’re going to end you, we’re going to end your friends. Then, we are going to end everyone.’
Since we last saw the kids of Hawkins, they’ve all got a little bit stronger and tougher and ditched their board games in the basement.
The action has moved to a sweltering summer in 1985, where promos for the next adventure promise a summer that will change everything.
We can expect a brand new pool, the huge new shopping mall and a funfair that coincides with an Independence Day celebration that may have more to do with the action than we think.
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