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Netflix Drops New Trailer For Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2

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Netflix Drops New Trailer For Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2

The highly anticipated volume two of Stranger Things’ hit fourth season is coming on Friday, July 1.

To whet your appetite even more, Netflix has just dropped a new trailer with the simple caption: “IT’S TIME.” Watch below: 

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The riveting trailer for the retro sci-fi drama promises that ‘Hawkins will fall’ and shows the gang as they continue to fight this season’s monster Vecna.  

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When Dr Brenner tells Eleven that she's not ready for the fight ahead, she replies: "My friends need me."

The action then continues to unfold before the trailer fades to black and ends with Vecna saying: “Your friends have lost.”

But have they? Well, Stranger Things fans will have to tune into the second half of season four to find out.

Unsurprisingly, the new trailer has sent fans into a frenzy on social media.

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Reacting to the trailer, one fan wrote: “Can it come now!! I’ve been running up this hill for too long!!”

“Netflix I’m supposed to be studying instead I'm on my floor crying how could you do this to me,” wrote a second.

“Crying, screaming, throwing up rn. Thanks,” reacted a third.

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“I am so scared for everyone at this point,” added a fourth fan.

A fifth wrote: “I can’t contain my hype levels.”

Meanwhile, a sixth fan questioned: “WHERE THE HECK IS JONATHAN.”

“What. A. Trailer,” simply wrote a seventh. 

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An eighth added: “I'm not ready.”

One of the stand-out features of the new trailer is just how scary it looks, and the show's creators, the Duffer brothers, previously opened up about what influenced the show.

They told NME: “The biggest influences would probably be A Nightmare On Elm Street One and Three, Clive Barker’s Hellraiser, weirdly The Cell, with Jennifer Lopez and Vince Vaughn.

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“There’s IT too. The mini-series from 1990 with Tim Curry’s Pennywise scarred us, maybe more than anything else, so we talked about that a lot and why that messed us up as much as it did.”

Stranger Things' popularity is at an all-time high, and thanks to the fourth season, it has become Netflix's most-watched English language series.

Volume one was viewed for 781.04 million hours within the first two and a half weeks of its release and took the crown previously held by the second season of Bridgerton, NME reports.

What do you think of the new trailer? Has it got you particularly worried about any characters?

Featured Image Credit: Netflix/Stranger Things

Topics: TV And Film

Emma Guinness
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