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Netflix has had some major successes when it comes to their original programming and one of the biggest hits to come out of this streaming service is undoubtedly Stranger Things. The sci-fi/horror television show has so far given us two seasons of TV that have been fantastic. As a consequence, expectations for Season 3 are extremely high amongst fans of the TV show.
One of the stars of Stranger Things is David Harbour who plays Police Chief Jim Hopper in the show. He recently gave exclusive comments to Variety about one of the main inspirations for Season 3; Fletch. Here is what David Harbour had to say on the matter:
“The Duffers are so specific each year with the movies. And ‘Fletch’ is one movie we get to play around and have some fun with this season, which you wouldn’t expect from ‘Stranger Things’ and you wouldn’t expect from the Spielberg universe and you certainly wouldn’t expect from a darker season.”
David Harbour also spoke about the relationship between his character and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown). Their relationship was a huge part of Season 2 and this is what David Harbour had to say about how it will develop into something more complex than we have seen so far in this upcoming third season of Stranger Things:
“Their relationship is going to get far more complex, because, you know, things happen to girls and boys when they’re 13 and 14,” he said. “A lot of changes go on in the body and in your social life, and I don’t think he’s going to handle watching her become a woman in front of his eyes very well. That’s a horrifying thing for him — maybe even more so than fighting inter-dimensional monsters.”
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