Bless David Harbour’s Adorably Daddy Vibes In His Teaser Of What's Going Down In Stranger Things Season 3

David Harbour saying "baby daughter" on repeat please.

Stranger Things season three is right around the corner to reunite us with the supernatural terrors that plague the town of Hawkins, Indiana. According to David Harbour, AKA Chief of Police Jim Hopper, AKA adorable adoptive dad to Eleven, AKA the man that Joyce Byers should be with, his character goes on an emotional ride this season.

I am happy to report that Stranger Things is leaning hard into the Hopper-as-dad dynamic that we saw develop last season. Harbour revealed during a panel discussion at the 2019 MCM Comic Con in London over the weekend (24-26May19) that Hopper’s relationship with Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is a central part of this season’s plot.

“Millie is growing up and I think that’s the terrifying thing for Hopper. He doesn’t like the idea of his baby daughter hanging out with boys,” he said. “So the season starts with him a little bit uncomfortable. His daughter is becoming a teenager and beginning to find herself, so that’s scarier for Hopper than any Demogorgon creature that he’s going to have to deal with.”

David Harbour referring to eleven as Hopper’s baby daughter is the adorably dad content that we need. I’m melting.

David Harbour also teased that the season finale is particularly emotional, so gear up friends.

“It’s very unexpected what happens in the end and it’s very, very moving,” he said. “I think episode eight is the most moving thing we’ve ever shot.”

The long-awaited season three of Stranger Things drops on Netflix on July 4, so clear the calendar and prepare to binge.

The Stranger Things Season Three Trailer Hints That The Exceptionally Gross New Monster Is Actually Someone We Know

It's like the angry lovechild of a demogorgon and a tarantula.

The first full trailer for Stranger Things upcoming season three has finally dropped, and the kids are all growing up so fast!

Set in the summer of 1985, the music, fashion and overall aesthetic is so excellent that you forget for the first half of this trailer that this is a sci-fi show with some kind of monster-based horror on the horizon.

As happy as I am to see the whole gang back in action, this gross new monster really spoiled my Sultana Bran this morning.

Billy Hargrove (Max’s douchebag stepbrother) is definitely one to watch out for this season. And not just because his jerky-ness is hidden well behind this handsome aesthetic.

There’s a quick flash showing Billy in the shower (ooft), and seemingly infected by something from The Upside Down. Maybe he was bitten by one of the many rats that featured in the Stranger Things teaser in what they’re calling ‘the feeding’.

Something is growing inside Billy and it doesn’t look good.

We see the gross new monster in what looks like a hospital, which could mean that someone (Billy) was admitted when he transformed into the tarantula demogorgon thing. Just a theory!

But the real highlight of this whole trailer, is Eleven discovering the mall. Shop in peace sweet girl because there are some nosebleeds coming your way soon.

Stranger Things season three drops on Netflix on July 4.

The New Ghostbusters Movie Is Pretty Much Stranger Things And We're Down For That

Demogorgons would fit quite nicely into this new teaser.

Just yesterday the news dropped that another Ghostbusters movie is on the way next year, directed by Jason Reitman, AKA the original filmmaker’s son.

Now we’ve just copped the first teaser trailer for what has been working title-d Ghostbusters 3, as well as the announcement that the film will be released in 2020 during the US summer, AKA our winter.

The teaser is giving off serious Stranger Things vibes, and you know what? We don’t hate it.

The ‘threequel’ is said to reunite the OG stars Dan Aykroyd and Bill murray, but according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter’s Borys Kit,  the main characters will be four teenagers: two boys and two girls. Hence the very potent Stranger Things feels.

Teens fighting supernatural dark forces resonated so well with the ever-growing Stranger Things fandom, so maybe Ghostbusters is trying to get a piece of the pie. Not a terrible idea to be honest, if they find kids as talented as the Stranger Things cast.

While the original Ghostbusters is innately oldschool, Reitman made clear that the new movie will be something different.

“This is the next chapter in the original franchise.” He said to Entertainment Weekly. “It is not a reboot,” he said. “What happened in the ’80s happened in the ’80s, and this is set in the present day.”

We’re keen to see what the Juno director brings to the table and just praying he can capture that same spirit that Stranger Things absolutely nailed.

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