A teaser clip, which was launched by streamer Netflix early this 12 months, confirmed that Harbour’s character is alive however imprisoned by the Russians
“Stranger Things” star David Harbour has teased that the season 4 arc of his character Jim Hopper shall be just like that of Ian McKellan’s Gandalf from “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
The character had seemingly died in the direction of the top of the final episode of the third season, which premiered in July 2019. However, a post-credit scene had hinted that Hopper is likely to be alive.
A teaser clip, which was launched by streamer Netflix early this 12 months, confirmed that Harbour’s character is alive however imprisoned by the Russians.
In an interview with Total movie, Harbour mentioned the character’s resurrection, explaining how Hopper would be the “same guy but in a different vein.”
“We were always interested in that idea of the Gandalf resurrection — Gandalf the Grey who fights the Balrog and then becomes Gandalf the White. It’s the idea of the resurrection of the character. And mythologically, Hopper, in a sense, had to change,” Harbour mentioned.
“I mean, you couldn’t go on the way he was going on. He has to resurrect in some way. So it was a great opportunity to do that. So we’ll see a very different guy going forwards. The same guy but in a different vein. It’s a very cool thing to be able to play,” he added.
“Stranger Things”, created by Matt and Ross Duffer, is ready in the 1980s and takes a take a look at the fictional city of Hawkins, Indiana, the place a secret authorities lab by accident opens a door to a different dimension known as the Upside Down.
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