Stranger Things 3 Netflix Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Sadie Sink, Charlie Heaton, Natalia Dyer

  • Warning: Spoilers ahead for “Stranger Things 3,” including speculation of future events.
  • Netflix’s new trailer for “Stranger Things” season three teases a supernatural infestation in Hawkins, possibly starting with Billy. 
  • We also see Eleven dealing with her powers in a new way, a major showdown at the Starcourt Mall, and Hopper facing off with what could be Russian spies.

“Stranger Things 3” arrives on Netflix this Fourth of July, and fans finally have the first major look at what supernatural horrors are in store for Hawkins. The first official trailer (which you can watch here) was released on Tuesday morning, and we’re here to break down all the important shots and details you might have missed. 

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Keep reading for a closer look at Eleven, Mike, Hopper, and the new danger threatening Hawkins.

The trailer opens with Dustin alone in his room, freshly returned from a summer camp.

He seems to be bummed no one is there to greet him, but little does he know that his friends are pranking him. 

Mike, Will, Lucas, Max, are hiding while Eleven uses her powers to make Dustin’s electronic toys move.

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When Dustin is (rightfully) scared out of his mind, he turns and hits Lucas full in the face with Farrah Fawcett hair spray.

Last season, Steve Harrington helped out Dustin by telling him his secret to great hair: Four puffs of Farrah Fawcett hair spray. 

Looks like Dustin is still keeping up with this hair care routine, even a year later.

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After the group calms down, they head to a hill in order to erect what looks like a homemade satellite tower.

The young friends on “Stranger Things” have always relied heavily on radio communication for their adventures. This new tower might be a way for them to get a stronger signal across town. 

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We know the first episode of the season is called “Suzie, do you copy?” so this ties in well 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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