This is despite the fact that all we've had up until now are cryptic teases that just confirm that some people will be selling ice cream at Hawkins, Indiana's new Star Court mall and that it will all go down on Independence Day (the United States holiday, not the movie). With the focus here on the gang growing up - and possibly apart, judging by Mike's dialogue - begin preparing yourself that this could be the end. The joyous introduction to this new season was not without tinges of darkness (and some very explicit shots of demons and the sinister evil of the Upside Down still corroding the down), however, it was mostly a celebration of being a kid or a teen in summertime. Or something else from the Upside Down?
All episodes of Stranger Things' third season drop on Netflix July 4. There are more nose bleeds, newer monsters and a lot of retro costumes. In the trailer, Mike assures that they are not kids anymore.More news: NCAA Tournament: Vegas’ odds for Duke, Virginia, UNC & the field of 68
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So what do you think? "We're just going to sit in my basement all day?" A man carrying a gun through a carnival attraction hints at a life-or-death confrontation.
The trailer leaves room for several questions: where is Erica Sinclair, Lucas' little sister? They make an appearance on the official poster for this season (which you can view in the gallery below), and one of the episodes is titled "The Mall Rats".
Stranger Things Season 3 features Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, David Harbour, Caleb McLaughlin, Finn Wolfhard, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer, Sadie Sink, Cara Buono, Joe Keery, Noah Schnapp, and Dacre Montgomery.