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Stranger Things likely to end after four seasons, say creators

The brothers behind Stranger Things have said they envisage the hit series will draw to a close after four seasons.

The Netflix sci-fi returns for its second season in October, but creators Ross and Matt Duffer can already see the end.

“We’re thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out,” Ross said during an interview published in the New York magazine on Monday.

The first season focused on a band of young friends trying to get their pal back after he disappeared into a mysterious alternate reality during which they forged a bond with hero Eleven, played by British actress Millie Bobby Brown.

“We just have to keep adjusting the story,” Matt added. “Though I don’t know if we can justify something bad happening to them once a year.”

Despite her sacrifice at the end of the first season, Eleven will return for series two, which will premiere on the streaming service on October 27.

Green Day singer yells 'F--- you, Donald Trump!' at every show

(CNSNEWS) — Green Day Singer Billie Joe Armstrong yells, “F**k you, Donald Trump!” every show, but says “I want people to feel unity when they come to a show.”

In an interview published in “Rolling Stone” magazine Monday, Armstrong discussed using his performances to hurl the vulgar attack at President Donald Trump.

Aside from dropping the F-Bomb each show, Armstrong says he doesn’t mention Trump that much each night, because he thinks “going negative” is counter-productive.

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The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival will open with the Met Gala documentary The First Monday in May.

Andrew Rossi’s film explores the intersection of fine art, high fashion, and celebrity at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and will kick off the Tribeca Film Festival’s fifteenth year.

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This year’s 17th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is revealing on Monday that, starting on April 2, the Gintama. anime will begin airing rerun episodes with the title Yorinuke Gintama.-san. There will be a new opening and ending songs. Source: x