Netflix Drops Eerie Trailer For Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2
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Get prepared for another thrilling binge sitting becuase Netflix has just dropped a sneak preview for volume two of season four of Stranger Things.
If you haven’t yet finished volume one - honestly, what are you doing with yourself - please heed our warning: there are definitely some potential spoilers ahead.
Volume one finished on an absolute cliffhanger leaving all of us clamouring for more, and fortunately, we only have to wait a few more weeks with volume two dropping on July 1, 2022.
Until then we have this spanky new trailer to hold us over, and wow is there a whole lot to take in.
The teaser previews the intense battle between Vecna and the Hawkins crew as the mystery of the Upside Down hangs over us all.
The trailer is as ominous as the series itself and enough to send chills down the spine while also getting us seriously hyped for July 1.
The sneak peek features a voice-over from the one and only Vecna and, well, it pretty much previews what sort of battles we have in store.
The deep voice tells Eleven: “It is over Eleven. You have freed me. You can’t stop this now.”
Yikes. Sounds like we’re in for some serious monster hunting.
Volume two, which contains the second batch of episodes, is set to land on 1 July, finishing off the highly praised fourth season.
The second instalment will consist of just two episodes, but fans won’t be left disappointed as the finale is a whopping two hours and 19 minutes long.
In an interview with The Wrap, Stranger Things co-creator Matt Duffer said the last two episodes of season four were ‘movies’.
He said: "[Episodes] seven and nine in particular are movies. And nine is a long movie.”
Duffer explained that the need for longer episodes was because there was a lot more plot in season four than in previous seasons.
He explained: "A lot of it had to do with the fact that we had characters spread out in three locations and we had a lot more plot. It must be quadruple the plot we had in season three.
"That was our fun blockbuster season. This season we knew that season five was going to be our last, we had to start revealing a lot."
"The more we were writing, the more we realised we need more time in order for these reveals to land, in order for these storylines to work.
"Partway through we knew we needed to ask Netflix for nine episodes instead of eight and as we started shooting we realised, 'Oh these are mega-long episodes.'"
Bring on July 1.
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