Stranger Things season 4: Hopper ‘tormented’ by Russians as bosses drop huge clue
Stranger Things showrunners are famous for their countless references to eightees film and culture throughout the Netflix Science-fiction. However, the showrunners just dropped five new references set to feature in the next outing which could change everything we know about Hopper’s (played by David Harbour) fate.
The Stranger Writers Twitter account has barely taken a break, frequently posting fresh clues and spoilers for fans to think over.
Now, in a recent tweet, they have revealed they will be launching “Video Store Fridays”.
The show will reveal five new movies each week that relate to upcoming events.
The post read : “INTRODUCING: Video Store Fridays!
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“Every Friday, I will list 5 movies the writers talked about during the week.”
The post revealed that all movies they list will relate “in some way or another” to season four.
Their first and most recent list featured: The Peanut Butter Solution, The Fisher King, Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, You’ve Got Mail and Ordinary People.
All references seem to drop clues about where Hopper could be, but Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey seems to spark an interesting theory.
Fans who know the plot of the film will remember Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) were tormented by a villain from the future.
The theory that the next show will feature numerous time-travel and futuristic references has long been popular along fans after the show dropped a back to the future reference last season.
Some fans even suspected the Russians could build a time machine and go back in time to kidnap Hopper before the explosion, making him “The American”
Could the Russian scientists be the Evil villains from the future in the Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey reference?
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Moreover, the plot featured evil robot duplicates of the two main characters to kill and replace them.
Could this be something the Russian scientists are working on for Hopper and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown)?
Other references include The Fisher King and Ordinary People, which could be a nod towards the new location for season three.
Both films deal with characters trying to figure out a new big-city life after dealing with traumatic events.
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Could this be about the Byers and Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) leaving Hawkins after losing Hopper (David Harbour)?
Both plots also see the main characters battle guilt after playing a part in causing someone’s death.
Indeed, it was Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) that closed the gate on Hopper last season, could the next season explore the fallout from this?
Stranger Things seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix.
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