Things are being turned upsode down in the new season of Stranger Things. Waiting until 2019 for the following season of Stranger Things isn’t the 0nly risk the Netflix arrangement is taking, as per David Harbor.
Harbor, who plays the now audience favourite Chief Jim Hopper, revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that the cast are taking off of their “comfort zones” for the up and coming season.
“The scripts are really great this year,” Harbour teased. “And in the new directions that we’re going, all of us are taking a lot of risks. We’re all a little bit out of our comfort zone.”
Albeit hesitant to give away excessively about the next visit to Atlanta, the on-screen character hinted that season three will have a couple of more moments of “joy” and “silliness”.
“Simply taking my story, for instance, it’s fun to see Hopper having adopted Eleven. She’s become legitimised in the society, in the world of Hawkins. And he’s a father now,” he said.
“He’s raising a teenage daughter, with all that that entails. So I think that can be pretty funny to see his inadequacies in all of this.” said Harbour.
Not exclusively is Stranger Things going to be risky and more clever when it returns, it will be all the more “exciting” as well, because of an expansion in the show’s special effects budget.
And in addition prodding “more special effects”, Netflix’s Cindy Holland as of late clarified that the show’s postponement is down to the “handcrafted” nature of the show.
“[The Duffer brothers] want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year. And so they really want to take the time to get it right,” she said.