The popularity of Netflix’s Stranger Things has inspired a phenomenon. The show, which takes cues from many iconic sci-fi films of the ’80s, will be debuting its second season tomorrow.
And what would a hit show be without an aftershow. But how does an aftershow work for a series that releases all its episodes in one day? Well, Netflix has figured that out with Beyond Stranger Things, hosted by Jim Rash (Community). More on the story and a sneak peak video of the show below.
As promised by that cool Friday the 13th trailer teaser yesterday, Netflix has released the final trailer for Stranger Things season two.
The trailer is another strong one—not quite as long as the Comic-Con trailer, but still running well over two minutes and showing plenty turn fan excitement and anticipation up to 11 for the final two-week stretch before the new season arrives.
Continue below for more about Stranger Things season two and to check out the final trailer.
Now that major films studios are leaving SDCC 2017, television has taken its place and invaded Hall H. While Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead have left their mark in the venue, Stranger Things took over for a portion of the day to amp up the crowd with a brand new trailer.
We’ve still got a little bit of waiting to do before Stranger Things returns this fall for season two.
While it’s not quite as good as that Super Bowl spot we saw earlier this year, Netflix does have some treats for us today. The first is a brief teaser video. The second is a cool new poster. Both also confirm a release date for season two. We knew it was coming around Halloween, and now we have an exact date.
Click on over to the other side to check out the teaser and poster, and find out what date to circle on your calendars.
The sequel to director Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla reboot has started shooting, and the full cast and some story details have been confirmed. The movie was previously said to be titled Godzilla: King of the Monsters, but that title isn’t mentioned in the press release, so we’re back to just Godzilla 2 for the time being.
The movie is part of what Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures’ are calling their “MonsterVerse” shared universe. It began with the ’14 Godzilla, and was continued with this year’s Kong: Skull Island. Eventually it will lead to a clash of titans in Godzilla vs. Kong, which is set to be helmed by Blair Witch and The Guest director Adam Wingard.
Continue reading for a story description and the full cast.