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David Harbour, Winona Ryder on Being Inspired by ‘Stranger Things’ Kids Cast and Hopper’s Darker Turn in Season 4

The return of Stranger Things marks eight years since the hit Netflix drama first debuted on the streamer, and the kids are all grown up. Ahead of the premiere of season four, Stranger Things stars Winona Ryder and David Harbour — two of the most veteran actors on the sci-fi series — opened up about watching their young […]

Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4: TV Review

The Emmy-winning homage to early Steven Spielberg and Stephen King returns with seven overstuffed episodes of monsters, mayhem, scientific exploration and coming-of-age comedy.

‘Stranger Things’ Stars Tease What’s Ahead in Season Four, Reflect on Growing Up Together on Set

After three years away, Stranger Things made its grand return on Saturday night in New York, with its stars unveiling season four of the Netflix hit at a world premiere event in Brooklyn. “It’s a big relief,” Gaten Matarazzo told The Hollywood Reporter of finally bringing the new season to the world. “It’s been three […]

‘Stranger Things’ to End With Season 5 on Netflix

Prepare to say farewell to the Upside Down. Netflix revealed early Thursday that Stranger Things will end with a newly announced fifth season. The streamer also set a release-date strategy for its long-awaited fourth season and hinted that an all-new Stranger Things series could be in the works. “Seven years ago, we planned out the […]

John Leguizamo, Beverly D’Angelo Join David Harbour in ‘Violent Night’ (Exclusive)

John Leguizamo, Beverly D’Angelo, Alex Hassell and Alexis Louder have joined David Harbour in Universal’s Christmas action movie Violent Night. David Leitch, Kelly McCormick and Guy Danella are producing the feature via their Universal-based 87North Banner, with the moviemakers hoping to replicate the success of their previous effort, the Bob Odenkirk sleeper action hit Nobody. […]

Sean Hayes and Wanda Sykes in Netflix’s ‘Q-Force’: TV Review

Sean Hayes, Wanda Sykes, David Harbour and Patti Harrison lead the voice cast of an animated spy comedy with an LGBTQ+ twist.

‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour Recreates ‘American Gothic,’ Models Skirt For Thom Browne

Thom Browne’s fall wardrobe comes to life in a striking set of images and a short film starring David Harbour opposite artist Anh Duong as they play a couple that has “been together through everything.” Titled …welcome home…, the concept, photographed by Tina Barney, finds the pair traversing the historic home known as Teviotdate in […]

David Harbour on Hopper’s ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Journey: “I Did Want to Take Him Back Into the Warrior Realm”

Between his roles in Black Widow and Stranger Things, David Harbour is having a real dad moment, but the actor says portraying a father on-screen influences his fatherhood off-screen — and what fans can expect to see in the fourth season of his Netflix series. The actor, who portrays Jim Hopper, Stranger Things’ gruff but […]

Anthony Mackie, David Harbour to Star in Netflix Film ‘We Have a Ghost’

Netflix family adventure We Have a Ghost has set an A-list ensemble. Reteaming with their Stranger Things and Army of the Dead studio will be David Harbour and Tig Notaro, who will star in the project with Jennifer Coolidge, Charm City Kings actor Jahi Di’Allo Winston and Falcon and Winter Soldier star Anthony Mackie. Christopher […]

David Harbour Hated ‘Stranger Things’ Family Dog So Much He Requested It Be Killed Off

There is no love lost between David Harbour and the pooch that played the Byers family dog, Chester, in a few early episodes of Stranger Things. A recent guest on the popular YouTube series Hot Ones, the film and TV actor was asked about a comment he previously made about how difficult the dog was […]

Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’: Film Review | Tribeca 2021

Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro play crooks in 1954 Detroit involved in a document theft that grows increasingly tricky in Steven Soderbergh’s nimble neo-noir.

Kelly Marie Tran, David Harbour Among All-Star Cast for Gemma Chan-Produced Vincent Chin Murder Podcast

Hold Still, Vincent, the Gemma Chan-produced podcast about the 1982 murder of Vincent Chin, has released all five of its episodes today. The series from podcast studio QCODE, announced in early April, gets its title from a feature screenplay by Johnny Ngo (CAA, Writ Large) that explores the Asian American civil rights movement that sprang […]