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On Friday the 13th, watch the Final Trailer. Once will never be enough…

Shawn Levy [producer of Stranger Things] has confirmed about the topic of Eleven’s buzzcut in the season two trailer. As many of you may know, Millie has quite long hair at the moment (compared to a buzzcut). They decided to pin up her hair and put on a wig that looked like a buzzcut and put on some effects. I just wanted to share this because it fascinates me and looked so realistic! Hopefully this information is new to you guys ♡

noahschnapp: Our very own version of the breakfast club. My friendship with @milliebobby_brown @gatenm123 @therealcalebmclaughlin and @finnwolfhardofficial means everything to me. And to @dkharbour @matthewmodine @caragoodface @shawnlevydirect @timives Matt and Ross Duffer and Noni - we all watch you closely every day. We learn from you. You are the people we hope to be one day. Acting is a tennis game and you can’t do it by yourself as said by Mr Modine to me tonight. You guys inspire us to be the best we can be. I hope we continue to live up to your expectations every day.

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Entertainment Weekly has debuted the first official of Stranger Things Season 2, featuring Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) dressed as Ghostbusters.

The new teaser for the new season of Netflix’s massive cult hit will air during this weekend’s Super Bowl.

The second season of Stranger Things takes place in 1984, one year after the events of the first season. Not many details have been exposed, but executive producer Shawn Levy (Arrival) stated “The Demogorgon was destroyed but evil wasn’t.”

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I recut Night at the Museum into a horror trailer… and it is terrifying

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“The one person that’s got it figured out in this family is Cole. You know, he sits on that can and he takes his dump, and he’s super happy.”

Films (re)watched in 2015: This Is Where I Leave You (2014), dir. Shawn Levy