Stranger Things: The new installment of the hit Netflix series is expected to be premiered sometime in 2021.
After the end of the third season of Stranger Things, many killed Hopper. However, thanks to the first advance of the fourth installment, we could see hopper is in Russia in what appears to be a concentration camp and surrounded by snow.
Now all that remains is how it is possible that it survived that end of the previous installment. But Harbour, thanks to an interview with Collider, has revealed that we will see a Hooper resurrection to the Gandalf of The Lord of the Rings in this new season:
Gandalf the Grey who fights Balrog, Luevo becomes Gandalf the White. That's the idea of the character's resurrection. And mythologically, Hopper, in a sense, had to change. You couldn't go down the path he was doing. He's got to be resurrected somehow. So it was a great opportunity to do it. So we'll see him very differently. It's the same guy, but otherwise. It's a very good thing to play with
The filming of the fourth season of Stranger Things is now in full swing. As we wait for more details, remember that you'll be able to see David Harbour first in the Black Widow film, which will premiere, in principle, on October 30.