It’s been three horribly lengthy years since we last made the excursion to Hawkins however presently, finally, it’s at long last opportunity to visit to a few lifelong companions.
On Tuesday, the trailer for Stranger Things 4 dropped, and those sweet three-minutes-and-16-seconds of film didn’t dishearten.
In this way, in a bid to kill a few time among now and May 27 when the series drops, now is the right time to pour over each and every individual casing to see what hints can be assembled – and what questions remain.
We see it on a shirt worn by Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) as he and Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) watch Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin) on the ball court, and we know it’s the title of the series’ first episode – yet what precisely is The Hellfire Club? Indeed, a touch of digging on Twitter lets us know that it’s the Hawkins High authority D&D club, run by another person called Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) – more on him later.
Perhaps The Hellfire Club will act as the new headquarters for the group in Season 4? Basically those excess in Hawkins, that is – the Byers and Eleven should be visible in the trailer strolling into Lenora Hills High School.
At a certain point in the trailer we see Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) gazing with disarray at a bundle she’s simply gotten via the post office – however what’s the importance, and who’s it from? Indeed, based on the huge volume of postage stamps, apparently it’s come from quite far away – and assuming we look nearer we see from the stamp plan that these are really Russian kon stamps, and that implies it’s more likely than not been shipped off her by Jim Hopper (David Harbor). We realized he wasn’t dead toward the finish of Season 3!
Could Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink) be set to play a more focal job in Stranger Things 4? It’s her we hear toward the start of the trailer, addressing her dead sibling, Billy, at his graveside, she’s plainly still tormented by the memory of what befell him – recall that he met an inauspicious end forfeiting himself to the Mind Flayer in the Starcourt Mall.
Yet, what’s with the shot of her suspending while the others look on in shock? Has Max gotten a portion of Eleven’s powers? Or on the other hand would she say she is being tortured by something shouting to her starting from the upside?
The Upside-Down doesn’t seem like the most secure spot for a sticking meeting, gets it done? What precisely is happening here? We can’t let you know the why, yet we can make a decent supposition at the who. Based on the length of the person’s hair, we’d figure that it’s the recently referenced D&D club president Eddie Munson, presented beneath. Perhaps he’s having one final victory in the scene before he passes on? Or on the other hand maybe he’s found that music has an approach to repulsing those terrible flying animals in the Upside-Down?
It appears to be really clear from the trailer that the primary adversary of Season 4 will be the genuinely upsetting looking, humanoid chap whose voiceover we hear snarling dangers at the asking and end of the trailer. In any case, is the beast simply one more one of the Upside-Down’s numerous upsetting occupants? Or on the other hand might it at some point be a distorted manifestation of a person we’ve recently lost?
Doubtlessly it couldn’t be…Billy, right?