So that's Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Noah Schnapp (Will), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), and Sadie Sink (Max). Season three will be equally holiday adjacent (and even themed, based on all the red, white, and blue imagery), with eight new episodes dropping on July 4. "I mean what did you think, we're just gonna sit in my basement all day and play games for the rest of our lives?" Yes?
Besides the nearly 3-minute long teaser trailer with The Who song Baba O'Riley, Netflix also released 6 episodic publicity images of the ongoing scary adventures of the kids in the small town of Hawkins.
The Stranger Things season 3 trailer is here and it looks like the gang is splitting up
The tagline for the season - "one summer can change everything" - suggests that the kids of Hawkins, Indiana have yet more ordeals ahead of them as they negotiate the challenges of becoming fully fledged teens while tackling at least one bone-chillingly scary monster.
The new batch of episodes - billed as Stranger Things 3 - will debut on the streaming service on 4 July, with the whole series taking on a summery, 1980s feel... with a few supernatural happenings and weird monsters thrown in for good measure.
Stranger Things series two ended with Eleven sealing up the gate between The Upside Down and the parallel human world. New additions to the cast for season three include Cary Elwes, Jake Busey, and Francesca Reale.
The performative bickering of Kellyanne and George Conway: What's the end game?
Conway was at it yesterday and last week as well, which prompted the Brad Parscale response and the Trump comment today. This public name-calling within the West Wing is beneath the office, even if it clearly isn't beneath both men.
Cheaper Google Pixel phones might be on their way
Other pictures go on to show the Pixel 3 Lite next to the original Pixel, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone 5S, and Nokia 3310. Google hasn't done a mid-range phone yet, bet it for the dearly departed Nexus line or the younger Pixel brand.
France boosts security at places of worship after New Zealand mosque attack
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that a man from his country is one of the suspects arrested. There was a second shooting at the Linwood Masjid Mosque that Ms Ardern said killed ten people.