Stranger Things: Season 4 was inspired by Alien 3, says actor

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Actor David Harbour, Kay Hopper, in an interview with The New York Times strange things, revealed that the fourth season of the Netflix series was inspired by films like alien 3 I escape from hell. “The creators of the series are fans of video games, manga and anime, so many elements will be familiar to fans,” he said.

The producers of The Harbor Show are talking about Matt and Ross Duffer. The first seasons are filled with familiar elements from productions of the 80s and 90s, translating the creators’ vision into episodes.

“We even talk about movies escape from hell I alien 3 As reference for the new season. In Hopper’s case, fans will be able to delve deeper into a story that has already been mentioned, but we don’t go into detail”, David Harbor revealed about his character. According to him, Hopper is only now Wouldn’t be the father who sits on the couch and yells at his teenage daughter.

Scene from Alien 3, one of the making references to the fourth season of Stranger Things.  (Source: 20th Century Fox/Disclosure)Scene from Alien 3, one of the making references to the fourth season of Stranger Things. (Source: 20th Century Fox/Disclosure)Source: 20th century Fox

Learn more about Season 4 of Stranger Things

Still no release forecast, the new episodes are the most awaited by Netflix fans. The series follows a group of children who stumble upon a secret government experiment, opening a portal to a new dimension known as the Inverted World.

Currently, the new season is being recorded in Atlanta, USA. The first 3 seasons are available on the streaming platform.

David Harbour, or Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, Joe Keery, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery.

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