Stranger Things Serie
As mentioned, The Duffer Brothers are working with Netflix under an overall deal. Other projects they have on beyond Stranger Things include The Talisman and the Death Note live-action adaptation of the anime series.
Stranger Things Serie
Stranger Things is a Netflix original series created by the Duffer Brothers which debuted on July 15, 2016. It features an ensemble cast including Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Sadie Sink, Priah Ferguson, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Sean Astin, Maya Hawke, Brett Gelman, Matthew Modine, Joseph Quinn, and Paul Reiser.
Taking place in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana in The '80s, the series tells the story of the disappearance of Will Byers (Schnapp), the investigation into said disappearance and an attempted rescue mission by his friends, and the supernatural events surrounding the town itself. Along the way, the kids and teenagers of the town affected by Will's disappearance have to adjust to the hardships that come with growing up, while the adults have to confront their worst fears.
The show takes great influence from 1980s horror, sci-fi and coming-of-age stories, more specifically the works of Stephen King and John Carpenter alongside Amblin Entertainment movies such as E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Poltergeist, and The Goonies. In designing the series, the Duffer Brothers aimed to incorporate all three genres (alongside the investigative drama) and the pop culture of the decade.
These statements suggest that a spinoff would not follow any of the characters we currently know and love from Hawkins. That probably means no young Hopper series, which was recently brought up by David Harbour, who suggested Jacob Elordi to play the part.
The comics based on the hit Netflix series delve into B-movie horror nostalgia when Dustin goes to summer camp, confronts a sinister figure in an Albert Einstein mask, and joins forces with Suzie to solve mysterious disappearances.
The award-winning original Netflix series, Stranger Things, recently had fans glued to their screens when all eight episodes of Season 3 were released online on the Fourth of July 2019. It has to be said, the series is not for the faint of heart. The cult hit series contains certain nightmarish scenes that are hard to forget, and the third season was particularly heavy on the gore and body horror.
While there are plot weaknesses around Billy (for example, underdeveloped characterisation of his relationship with his step-sister Max), this contact is typical of the better moments of the series: two characters revealing the great psychological depth and complexity of the other as they interact. Eleven is an interesting combination of damage and redemption: it is her anger, magnified by her psycho-kinetic abilities, that opens up the gateway to the terrifying Upside Down in the first place. It is her emerging ability to love which then repairs it, against all the odds.
En pojke försvinner och det desperata sökandet leder till en flicka med fruktansvärda hemligheter och en märklig historia.Den här sci-fi-serien hämtar inspiration från Stephen King och filmklassiker som ET och Poltergeist.
In a new interview with Variety, series creators Matt and Ross Duffer teased a bit about what audiences might expect from their secretive Stranger Things spin-off project, which hasn't been formally announced or confirmed by Netflix.
Fans of the hit horror/sci-fi series are currently awaiting the supersize final two episodes of season 4. When season 5 was announced as the series' last, the Duffers didn't officially announce a spin-off but teased that "there are still many more exciting stories to tell within the world of Stranger Things; new mysteries, new adventures, new unexpected heroes."
Warning! Potential spoilers for Stranger Things!The past of one Stranger Things character is about to come to light in a brand-new miniseries from Dark Horse. Screen Rant has the first look at Stranger Things: The Many Ghosts of Dr. Brenner, a story that will reveal the history of Eleven's villainous 'Papa'.
Stranger Things is the hit science-fiction horror show created by the Duffer Brothers for Netflix. Since it's premiere, the series has blossomed into a cultural juggernaut, with the show receiving book adaptations, video games and even potential spin-off series. The world of Stranger Things has also grown bigger thanks to several tie-in comics from Dark Horse. The comics offer new perspectives on the show, such as Will Beyers' time in the Upside Down during season 1, or tell new stories with existing characters such as Lucas Sinclair's sister, Erica. The books have also shown the dark history of locations in Stranger Things like Hawkins National Laboratory.
While Netflix show has explored the awful events orchestrated by Dr. Martin Brenner in the past, a new miniseries from Dark Horse will dive deeper in to the history of the man Eleven was forced to call 'Papa'. Dark Horse has provided Screen Rant an exclusive look at its new Stranger Things book, Stranger Things: The Many Ghosts of Dr. Brenner. The four-issue miniseries comes from writer Brenden Fletcher (Black Canary, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink) and art by Mack Chater (Sword Daughter, SIX) with colors by Rosh and letters by Nate Piekos. Stranger Things: The Many Ghosts of Dr. Brenner will come with a standard cover by Marc Aspinall, as well as several variants by Diego Galindo, Malachi Ward, and Kyle Lambert. Dark Horse gave Screen rant a look at these covers, as well as an eerie synopsis.
While the show does a good job of exploring its own world, the Stranger Things comics offer a chance to flesh out characters and add to the lore of the overall series. Past miniseries have introduced fans to new characters, such as several of Martin Brenner's previous test subjects and elaborated on characters that don't often get the spotlight in the main series. Brenner does take a large focus in the show's first and fourth seasons, but his past remains relatively unknown.
In April 2018, filmmaker Charlie Kessler filed a lawsuit against the Duffer brothers, claiming that they stole his idea behind his short film Montauk, which featured a similar premise of a missing boy, a nearby military base doing otherworldy experiments, and a monster from another dimension. he pitched his film to the Duffer brothers and later gave them "the script, ideas, story and film" for a larger film idea which he called The Montauk Project. Kessler contended that the Duffer brothers used his ideas to devise the premise for Stranger Things and sought a third of the income that they had made from the series. The Duffer brothers' lawyer stated that they never saw Kessler's film nor spoke to him regarding it, and that Kessler had no input into their concepts for Stranger Things. The judge denied summary judgment for the Duffer brothers in April 2019, allowing Kessler's suit to proceed to trial. Just before the trial was due to start in May 2019, Kessler withdrew his lawsuit after hearing the depositions and seeing documents from as early as 2010 which showed him that the Duffers had independently come up with the concept of Stranger Things.
Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) is often referred to as "King Steve" in Hawkins High throughout the series due to his good looks, athleticism and popularity. This is an obvious homage to Stephen King, from whom most of the inspiration for the making of the show was found.
The official poster for the series was created by Kyle Lambert. It was done in an art style inspired by acclaimed poster/album artwork artist Drew Struzan, who has created official posters for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), Back to the Future (1985), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), and several others.
For the third season, Netflix revealed that the show had broken viewing records for Netflix, with 40.7 million households having watched the show in its first four days, and 18.2 million already watched the entire series within that timeframe.
With the release of the second season of the series, Netflix also released Beyond Stranger Things, an aftershow hosted by Jim Rash. The guests of the aftershow are composed of cast and crew from the series, including the Duffer Brothers and the series' stars, to discuss the development and behind-the-scenes production of the series and its larger mythology.
Of the many nods to Stephen King in this series, one of the most obvious is in episode 1.4, Stranger Things: Chapter Four: The Body (2016), when the kids travel a significant stretch along the railroad tracks. Much of the story in the film Stand by Me (1986) (and in the novella it is based on, titled "The Body"), includes kids traveling along railroad tracks.
The series' theme is based on an unused work Stein composed much earlier that ended up in the library of work they shared with the production staff, who thought that with some reworking would be good for the opening credits.
The Kellogg Company manufactures Eggo and had not been part of the production prior to the first season's release, but they recognized the market impact of the series. They provided a vintage 1980s Eggo television advertisement for Netflix to use in its Super Bowl LI commercial, and they intend to become more involved with cross-promotion.
in July 2019, the anti-tobacco use group Truth Initiative released a survey finding "Stranger Things" to be one of television's worst offenders when it comes to depicting smoking on-screen. As a result, Netflix officials responded to the report saying they recognize that smoking "is harmful" and "when portrayed positively on screen can adversely influence young people. Going forward, all new projects that we commission with ratings of TV-14 or below for series or PG-13 or below for films, will be smoking and e-cigarette free, except for reasons of historical or factual accuracy." 041b061a72