'Stranger Things' did a Sports Relief special; now shut down for coronavirus
The return of Netflix Stranger Things is a little way off; and now production has been halted for fears of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, that did not stop the cast and crew from reuniting for a very good cause.
Stranger Things’s stars Finn Woflhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink took part in a one-off special to help raise money for the UK’s Sport Relief.
It released a hilarious clip that features iconic British actors, such as Orlando Bloom, Jennifer Saunders, Emma Thompson and Orlando Bloom.
Viewers also go ta behind-the-scenes look at the special effects, as well as the “man hours” that went into creating Mike on his bike, as Wolfhard’s character had some problems mastering the basics of riding it.
The special also provides clues as to what fans can expect of the fourth season of the science fiction series, including the new terror that the kids will be facing.
However, production on the series has been halted due to the coronavirus. What we know is that Hopper (played by David Harbour) is trapped in a Soviet gulag. We also know that Game of Thrones Tom Wlaschiha (the man of many faces) will also make an appearance.
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