Matt Smith is ‘House of the Dragon’s’ ‘agent of chaos.’ And he’s loving every minute of it. But with his new girlfriend’s past coming back to haunt him, they’re about to find out who exactly he’s been working for…
It’s the end of the world as we know it.
When the Earth began to cool, it didn’t mean we got to stop living in it. All of humanity still survives in a world where people still feel like they have a voice. With its new, supercharged season, Stranger Things returns with a tale of a town in trouble, one that no one could have imagined after the events of season one. This is a world where even the mundane can change the course of history, a world where everything and everyone has a purpose, and a lot of people are running for their lives. And if the town of Madison, Wisconsin isn’t, well, a place you should be very afraid of, then you’re not paying attention.
With the kids of the 1980s living all around the world, we’re not only taking on the show’s world but also its world-changing villain. The Duffer Brothers, creators of “The Simpsons,” and executive producers of “Stranger Things,” have joined the series as executive producers of the third season. The news comes as they take on the biggest franchise in the history of pop culture.
“I’m not a huge fan of the ‘Strangers’ series, but it is certainly one of my favorites,” Smith recently explained of the franchise. “We all know the impact they had on pop culture. I really appreciate having that history on my hands. They’re both massive franchises, and they’re both very close to my heart.”
“We all know the impact they had on pop culture. I really appreciate having that history on my hands”
This season we get the chance to revisit the mind and body of Mike, and our favorite monster on screen. This time, his mind is the most powerful thing in his world. His powers are not the result of some supernatural ability but