Season 4 of Stranger Things has a few interesting tidbits: the show is moving to Russia! Will is coming out as gay! Vecna is a humanoid monster! And Eleven is going to be a villain in the Upside Down! Keep reading to learn all you need to know!
Stranger Things Season 4 will take place in Russia
Season 4 of Stranger Things will take place during the Cold War. The new season will introduce new gifted young people from outside Hawkins. It will also take a closer look at the Russians. Brenner has hinted at a “war” between Russia and the United States.
The season four teaser shows Hopper trapped in a snowy Russian prison. The prison is named Lukiskes Prison, built under the reign of Czar Nicholas II. It was remodeled to become a cultural site and dance club. The series has previously used New Mexico as the setting for Byers’ new town in California, but this season will take place in Russia.
While Stranger Things is set in the United States, the fourth season will take place in Russia, the Upside Down is also a very real place. The Upside Down is a place where a small town is controlled by a supernatural being. However, the Upside Down can’t be completely shut off by a single person. That’s why it’s important to keep track of your progress, as you never know when you’ll be forced to leave your hometown. In addition to this, the series has its own expanded universe. And because of this, it’s probably going to end after four or five seasons. However, Netflix would be foolish to let this world end without the fifth season.
A trailer for the fourth season of Stranger Things has been released. The trailer shows how action-oriented the series is going to be. It also reveals the main monster. The fourth season will also have an explosive finale.
In Stranger Things, Will is coming out as gay
The third season of the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” concluded with a shocking revelation: Will Byers is gay. While fans suspected this from the beginning, Noah Schnapp made it official on the show. Will made an emotional speech to his friend Mike Wheeler about his feelings for Eleven. In the scene, Will turns away from the camera, saying “Eleven is different than other people.” He then begins to cry. Since then, the cast and producers have remained mum about Will’s sexuality.
While fans of the series may have a hard time accepting this news, it’s important to remember that Will’s sexuality is only one layer of his character. Throughout the series, he experienced a lot of emotional turmoil, spanning from the upside-down bled to Hawkins in 1983. It’s a sad reality that some places have a policy that disowns gay children. It’s important to remember that coming out is not always easy, and it can be a minefield.
While Will Byers has never publicly announced his sexuality, he has hinted at it for the entire show. His romantic feelings for Mike have also been confirmed in Season 4. However, Will hasn’t explicitly professed his sexuality on-screen. Noah Schnapp said that his character will “come out” in Season 4, but said he didn’t reveal the specifics of his sexuality.
Coming out as gay was an incredibly difficult experience for many people in the 1980s. It was not easy and many were disowned and abused. Being gay was an unacceptable affliction, and in rural Indiana, the stigma was even worse. As a result, LGBTQ individuals tended to hide their identities from their closest friends. The resulting social pressure meant that they had to be more circumspect about how they came out to the public.
Vecna is a humanoid monster
Vecna is a humano-like monster in Stranger Things 4. She’s connected to the Upside Down and has the power to open the gates. She also has a strong connection with Hawkins. She’s the fifth star general of the Mind Flayer and has the power to open the gates.
This new humanoid monster will be the main villain of the fourth season. Fans will have to wait until July 1 to find out how this new character works, but the trailer gives them an idea of the monster’s appearance. Vecna is inspired by classic horror figures and uses practical effects to create her horrific appearance.
Vecna has some similarities to Nightmare on Elm Street villain Freddy Krueger. Both are allegories for depression and trauma. In Stranger Things 4, Vecna will be the real villain. This means that she used the same techniques that Freddy Krueger used to become a monster and possess other beings.
While the trailer did not mention Vecna by name, this monster is a recurring villain in Stranger Things. Vecna is a humano-like monster that lives in the Upside Down but can reach the human world. Similar to a D&D villain, Vecna is the first supernatural antagonist in the series and hunts down the residents of Hawkins. In season four, the character has a skull face and tentacles.
Vecna was originally a human but has mutated to become a monster of the Upside Down. It has been in Upside Down for around twenty years. It’s a slow-moving creature with sharp edges and toothy appendages. Her victims are trapped in their entanglement in her vines.
Eleven is a villain in the Upside Down
Eleven is a character from the Upside Down in Stranger Things 4. She is a young woman who has powers that allow her to open Upside Down’s gates. Originally, she had used these powers to banish the One from the dimension. However, her power has evolved to the point where she can bring back the One if she is able to use it.
Eleven has repressed memories of her time at the Hawkins Laboratory, and she tries to use them to help the group escape. After the team escapes, Eleven uses her powers to kill most of the agents. Unfortunately, when the demogorgon enters their dimension, Eleven is drained.
Eleven has multiple identities in Upside Down. She was previously a television star in the Young and the Restless. Her character, Eleven, has a telepathic and psychokinetic abilities. She is also the only friend Eleven has.
Eleven is the main villain in Stranger Things 4. She tries to manipulate the world to her advantage, but she does so by causing many problems for everyone. Eleven is the villain of the Upside Down this season, but she doesn’t seem to be as bad as she seems. It’s possible she created Vecna in order to trap the One. However, many viewers are unsure about this.
Vecna is another villain in Stranger Things 4 and a central antagonist in the series. She started off as a human named Henry Creel, but her powers were similar to Eleven’s. Vecna was recruited by Brenner and forced to work for HNL as a test subject, and she eventually killed a few test subjects and framed Eleven in the Upside Down.
Eleven goes to war with a demon in Stranger Things
The first season concluded with Eleven going to war with a demon. The demon, the One, has made plans to wipe out humanity. But El, who wants to protect the world, is too strong for the One. El eleven manages to subdue the One and send it to the Upside Down, opening the first Gate in Hawkins.
In the fourth season, Eleven is back to being the same telekinetic child prodigy, but this time she has a more sinister motive. A demon has taken control of her mind and she wants revenge on the demon who killed her friends. But she’s not the only one who hates Eleven. Angela wasn’t her first bully. Other older patients also have the same ill feelings toward Eleven.
In this episode, Eleven takes Max’s trance and retrains Vecna in his mind palace. Then she explains her plan to Hawkins and the other members of her group. While she’s doing this, the group goes outside and attacks Vecna’s physical form. In Upside Down, Eleven finds herself in a dangerous position and her family fears for her.
The main antagonist in “Stranger Things” is the Mind Flayer. This demon was first introduced in Season 1, and it was Creel who puppeteered it in Hawkins. Like Demogorgons, it shares the same hive mind. It feeds on human flesh to grow its army. The demogorgons have destroyed countless lives and absorbed the bodies of countless humans. One of its victims was Billy Hargrove.
The episode also reveals the origin of Vecna. Vecna is the demon behind Eleven’s abilities, including the ability to see people’s minds. She gained this power after being captured by the Mind Flayer.