David Harbour rattles off a bunch of inspirations for Stranger Things 3, including Fletch

There is probably no one better suited to promoting a new season of Stranger Things than David Harbour, who, in addition to bringing warmth, pathos, and rural-dad hotness to the role of Sheriff Hopper, has mastered social media. Harbour took some time from his busy “smash that retweet button” schedule to present a

Who does the Stranger Things gang trust to rescue them from the Upside Down?

There hasn’t been much news about the third season of Stranger Things, besides a Fast Times At Ridgemont High-esque video at the new mall coming to Hawkins, Indiana. The clip suggests we may have to wait until summer of 2019 for the third season, but we can’t wait that long. In the meantime, we stopped by a fan event…

Stranger Things ups the '80s factor even further with a Busey, The Princess Bride's Cary Elwes

Now that [REDACTED] is out of the picture, Stranger Things is replenishing its stunt-casting coffers with two new Hawkins residents, as Variety reports. First, there’s British actor Cary Elwes, a.k.a. the dashing Westley from ‘80s slumber-party classic The Princess Bride. Elwes has been cast as the mayor of Hawkins, …

Please enjoy Stranger Things' Will Byers absolutely geeking out about sneakers

Complex’s “Sneaker Shopping” is the best show to watch if you want to get really mad about the state of capitalism or just watch a celebrity’s brain melt in real time. The web series’ latest guest is Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp, who plays perennially imperiled pre-teen Will Byers, and we’re happy to report that…

James Wan and the Stranger Things producers are teaming up for a "coming of age" slasher movie at Netflix

Theorizing that it might be on to something with this whole massively successful “teenagers versus monsters and evil killers” thing, Netflix has announced that it’s teaming up with The Conjuring’s James Wan and Stranger Things production company 21 Laps for a new teen-focused slasher flick. Based on a book by YA…

Netflix and the Duffer Brothers both deny accusations of abusive behavior on the Stranger Things set

Yesterday saw Peyton Brown, a crew member on the set of Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things, accuse series showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer of acting abusively toward “multiple women” on the show’s set. Writing on a since-deleted Instagram post, Brown—who also said they wouldn’t return as a grip for the show’s third…