Netflix sci-fi drama is due to return later this year
New plot details for the second season of Stranger Things has emerged.
Actor David Harbour who plays Chief Of Police Jim Hopper in the sci-fi Netflix series revealed that the addition of Sean Astin’s character creates a new love triangle.
“We have Sean Astin… he’s Winona’s new boyfriend… much to the chagrin to the Chief of Police,” he revealed.
He also revealed further details about the aftermath of Will Byers’ return.
“It’s a year later in the story, so there are several things that happened last year, like Will has come back,” Harbour told Hollywood Life. “There are certain people in the town that know what happened, and then certain people that don’t know what happened. So there’s a lot of fall out with who knows what.”
Noah Schnapp, who plays Byers, recently hinted that his character could become a demogorgon in Stranger Things Season Two.
Harbour also reiterated that there will be justice for Barb (Shannon Purser)’s character, adding: “The question and the feelings that Nancy (Wheeler), played by Natalia Dyer, has that no one ever cares about her friend Barb, are very much present in the beginning of the season.”
Meanwhile, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown and her young co-stars have been added to latest group of presenters announced for this Sunday’s (January 29) Screen Actors Guild Awards, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Brown will take the stage with castmates Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Finn Wolfhard to present. The group are also nominated for best ensemble in a drama series and Brown is up for best female actor in a supporting role.
In addition, Sophia Bush, SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris, Common, Rashida Jones, Alia Shawkat and former Walking Dead star Steven Yeun are set to present at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.