Stranger Things' second season is fast approaching and executive producer Shawn Levy is clearing up a few questions still bothering viewers. Taking place in the fictional town of Hawkins in the United States, the show - set in the 80s - followed the usually ordinary story of a boy gone missing. "Because you think you want that but you wouldn't really want that", Levy explained.
"I think everyone has some Barb in them", Levy began, "To see a character that is comfortable being an 'other, ' I think that we cheer that".
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He also added, "We are not going to cravenly service the wish-list of fans, we're going to service the Duffer instincts and what they feel is the right story to tell". That's one of the reasons that the soundtrack for the first season is getting a release on cassette tape. Some aspects of the series that some fans my not like and be disappointed by, but the point of the second season was to take risks, according to Harbour. However, we would suggest that Funko go with these three-packs: Joyce Byers, Chief Jim Hopper, and Martin Brenner; as well as Jonathan Byers, Nancy Wheeler, and Battle Damage Steve Harrington. Now sort of the beginning of the episode, we start examining the perils of what it is to be a hero or perhaps the fantasies that you have about yourself and the dangers of that.
"I'm going to be very judicious when it comes to talking about Stranger Things, because I live in the land of spoiler paranoia these days", he told Screen Rant in 2016.