'Stranger Things' Fans Would Camp Outside Atlanta Filming Locations
Production for the new season of Stranger Things season 3 is heating up in Georgia.
On Sunday Night at the Dolby Theater, the cast and crew discussed the success of the first season and what has changed since the show has gone viral around the world.
During the interview, Millie Bobby Brown revealed how season two was different than season one. Brown explains that there was “double the security” and fans would camp outside filming locations where the cast was shooting. But she explained that it was easier to act because she had a firmer grasp on her character. “With season two I had the freedom to say, 'I think Eleven would do that.,” Brown explained.
The cast and crew also discussed their most challenging scenes. Brown explained the scenes where she had to get mad at Hopper. "Those scenes were so raw and real. The reward is, to be honest, the scenes." She said, "we are like father and daughter."
Meanwhile, Winona Ryder said that the most challenging part for her was playing a woman whose son is in constant peril. "Charlie [Heaton> and I had one scene where I wasn't a basket case and then right off the bat, it was my worst nightmare," she said.
Season two ended with Will returning from the Upside Down and being freed from his connection to a Mind Flayer. Mike, Dustin, Lucas and Will had welcomed another friend into their circle, Max (Sink). Eleven had found her mother and returned to the friend group and Mike’s sister Nancy (Natalia Dyer) and Will’s brother Jonathan (Heaton) had exposed some of the secret activities of the Hawkins.
According to Nielsen, the season two premiere in 2017 had 15.8 million viewers within its first three days of launching, and that at least four million U.S. viewers watched every episode of the season. In fact, The Hollywood Reporter, Parrot Analytics has called Stranger Things the most popular show in the country according to their data.Related:
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