The Stranger Things cast and crew have a lot of fun while bringing the hit Netflix drama to life.
In honor of Stranger Things Day on Wednesday, November 6, Netflix shared a special featurette that included some bloopers from Stranger Things Season 3.
There are some great moments in the clip. While a lot of the scenes from the show are pretty serious, the bloopers showed the lighthearted side of things on the set.
At one point, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) attempts to carry a dummy over her shoulder, but the teenager accidentally dropped it while the cameras were rolling.
Brown felt terrible for dropping it, so she apologized to the prop. Thankfully, the prop did not respond. In Hawkins, there are a lot of spooky things going on, so we're a little surprised!
Another scene involves Brown, as well as Sadie Sink (Max), wearing rain-soaked jackets in a spooky setting. But the teenagers decide that they are best as a girl group and break into song.
Then there's David Harbour (Hopper). In one scene, he tries to pretend to Mike (Finn Wolfhard) that he needs to rush home.
Fans will remember this as the scene in which he tries to lay down the law. While the scene was filled with angst on-screen, the actors had quite a fun time trying to film it.
Harbour kept giggling every single time he got to the word "grandma," and Wolfhard and Brown look confused at first, but then they can't keep straight faces when he says it right.
The video is bursting at the seams with great moments.
Netflix renewed Stranger Things for Season 4 earlier this year. There's still no telling whether it will be the final season of the cultural phenomenon.
No other details have been revealed at this stage.
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