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Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far

Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far. Stranger Things went from that cool looking Winona Ryder show that came out of nowhere to the bell of the Netflix ball that everyone obsessed with because of the harness nostalgia.

But now we have burn through the scant eight episodes in season one, we left wondering what's next?

Stranger Things 2: What We Know So Far

We did the best digging we could possibly do.


1- The first thing we know it starts a year after so it takes place in late 1984 and also going to air on October 31st which is during Halloween. This is because in the trailer we saw the kids dressed up as Ghostbusters.

2-  Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) will be returning for sure for every single episodes of season 2 as well as Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Wynona Ryder (Joyce), Natalia Dyer (Nancy), David Harbour (Hopper), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan), Noah Schnapp (Will), Joe Keery.


3- Where the hell is Barb? Unfortunately MattDuffer said she…

Mystique Spin-Off Movie?


Mystique Spin-Off Movie? In a recent interview with The Empire Film Podcast, singer revealed that he’d be interested in seeing a spin-off film centered around the shape-shifting “Mystique” played by Rebecca Romijn in the first trilogy and most recently be Jennifer Lawrence.

 His reason for wanting to see a “Mystique” movie, Singer explained she would bring a different world view to the franchise saying quote, “Xavier can get into Cerebro and look at the world but he’d rather just teach classes and see the beauty of mutants and humans co-existing in his mansion in Westchester.


Along comes Raven with a reality check on the state of the world. It opens up a lot of avenues.” One major issue with a potential “Mystique” movie is the fact that Jennifer Lawrence’s contract ended with her appearance in X-Men: Apocalypse and while she originally hinted she had no interest in reprising the role, more recently suggested she would consider returning if the right script came along.

During the interview, Singer did hint that he felt the character was interesting enough that a recasting of the role could be a possibility. Of course, another major issue with a Mystique movie is many fans don’t appear to be too excited about the possibility. In the original trilogy, Mystique was a minor character and for the new films, her role was expanded thanks in large part to Lawrence’s rising star power since landing the role in 2011’s X-Men: First Class.


There’s also the fact that she’s mostly considered a villain in the comics, but with the right story, perhaps those fans against a solo film could be swayed to get on board? A likely plot could focus on her solo adventures searching the world for enslaved mutants, something we got a taste of in Apocalypse. So far, the only X-Men characters to receive spinoff movies have been Wolverine and most recently Deadpool.

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