Good news, fans of Netflix’s Stranger Things. Netflix has recently dropped a new Stranger Things teaser trailer. It has been a while since the last, which was put out more than a year ago.

Netflix Stranger Things 4 Official Teaser Trailer
Remember these red cubes because, we are going to feature it in our next post.

The teaser from last year let us in that Jim Hopper (David Harbour) did not die in season 3. In this new teaser, it hinted that Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine), Eleven’s “father”, may not be dead either which he supposed to at the end of season 1.

I guess no one is really dead in the show (or any show or movie, for that matter) if the cold, stiff body did not turn up.

The teaser trailer lead us to believe, the focus may be on Hawkins National Laboratory. The fact that the show’s official YouTube channel also dropped a clip on HNL further reinforces our believe in our theory.

Netflix Stranger Things 4 Official Teaser Trailer

Now, excitement of the new season aside, we are curious about something… It has been nearly 2 years since Stranger Things 3 and as you know, physical appearance of children changes super quickly and so, will Stranger Things 4 have the same vibe as the Stranger Things we have grew to love?

Like, you know, the innocent and naivety of kids versus monster is kind of the formula here. Well, at least it is to me.

Anywho, in 2019’s season 3, the growth of the children was already apparent and hence, I think my question/curiosity is totally valid.

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You don’t need to look far, just look at Finn Wolfhard who played Mike Wheeler in the series and his appearance in Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Man, he sure have seen exponential growth. And then, there’s Millie Bobby Brown in Godzilla vs. Kong who is a big girl now. Definitely not the Eleven we have known. Anyways, keep going for the official teaser trailer.

Images: YouTube (Netflix).

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