Stranger Things 4 Confirms David Harbour's Hopper Is Alive As Production Begins

Stranger Things 4 Confirms David Harbour's Hopper Is Alive As Production Begins

Jim Hopper, police chief of the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, may be returning in the fourth season of "Stranger Things", according to a trailer dropped Friday.

The character of Hopper, played by David Harbour, appeared to have been killed off during Season 3.

At the end of Season 3, following the explosion, aimed at destroying the Soviet lab to the Upside Down deep under the new Starcourt Mall, Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) is seen taking her sons and Eleven out of the IN town to start a new life.

The 50 second clip shows a sweeping aerial view of a snowy Russian field in Kamchatka, with soldiers patrolling the area while prisoners work on railroads nearby.

Let me explain: Netflix released footage of Hopper in Russian Federation in season 4, and I'm excited about this sneak peek look at Black Widow! .

At the moment, Russians are back as common villains in film and television, likely due to negative mainstream media attention in the U.S. and accusations from top Democrats accusing Donald Trump of using the help of the nation to steal the 2016 presidential election, despite no evidence of such a theory being found in the Mueller investigation.

The video, released by Netflix, not only serves to announce that the new season is in production and on its way, but it answers the major cliffhanger question left from the Season 3 finale.

Hold onto your butts, Stranger Things fans.

"Russia! It's always Russia!" theater producer Tom D'Angora tweeted, a man who claims he's Clinton's "#1 supporter and proud of it!".

And it's Hopper! (Of course.) Head newly shaven, Hopper wipes the sweat off his brow and looks up at the sky.

Unfortunately there is no release date teased for the next season, we'll all have to wait to find out. "In the meantime-- pray for the American".

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