'Stranger Things' Season 3 trailer sees the children enter their teen years as Netflix promises 'a summer that will change everything'

This summer might be the turning point in their lives as they set out to try new things, but the danger is still there.


                            'Stranger Things' Season 3 trailer sees the children enter their teen years as Netflix promises 'a summer that will change everything'

It's finally here! Netflix has dropped the official trailer of creator Duffer Brothers' 'Stranger Things', and let's just say it gives away quite a lot about the show. Starring Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Noah Schnapp (Will), and Sadie Sink (Max), 'Stranger Things' Season 3 is set to pick up from where Season 2 had left off, but only this time the kids are all grown up. 

Entering into their early teenhood, the trailer reveals that the show is about to begin with them celebrating Dustin's birthday, and with that, there are several new turns their friendship is about to take. It seems that with all his friends going out into the field to celebrate the eve of July 4, Will perhaps is still not allowed by his mother, Joyce (Winona Ryder), to go out unsupervised. We hear him exclaiming that they are all teenagers now, and nobody would want to stay back home and play in the basement with toys. On the other Dustin seems a bit off since both Lucas and Mike are all set to hang out with the girls, but he has not been so lucky on that field so far. 



 

 

However, Dustin still has Steve (Joe Keery) who might just accompany him during his shifts at the newly opened mall, Starcourt, where he is joined by Robin (Maya Hawke), the newest addition to the cast. Although we do get a brief idea about what exactly they all are up to, we still do not get a clear picture of Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) or Nancy (Natalie Dyer). The two had embarked upon their romantic journey back in Season 2 but the trailer somehow does not throw much light on them. Also, it is difficult to say what exactly the problem is this time. We do see Eleven standing very close to the ocean, gazing at the stars, when she is suddenly pulled in by a creature and once again enters the Upside Down. 

There isn't much mentioned about Nancy and Jonathan in the trailer. (IMDb)
There isn't much mentioned about Nancy and Jonathan in the trailer. (IMDb)

Although all of this can be found when the show releases, let's just says Eleven is in a much better place now. We do get to see Jim Hopper (David Harbor) claiming that he wants her to feel at home. At the same time, we see Max and Eleven spending some girl-on-girl time while listening to some ear-crashing garage rock. It would be truly great to see these two girls get together since they haven't really spent much time together back in Season 2. 'Stranger Things' Season 3 releases on July 4, and you can watch the trailer below: