The return of Stranger Things on Netflix might be a ways off, but the cast have reunited for a very good cause this week.
Stranger Things ‘young stars Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink took part in a one-off special on Friday night (March ) to raise money for the BBC’s Sport Relief charity telethon .
This hilarious clip featured the likes of Jennifer Saunders, Orlando Bloom, Queer Eye ‘s Tan France and Emma Thompson auditioning to play terrifying monster, the Mind Flayer.
Viewers also got a look at the special effects “man-hours” that went into digitally creating Mike on his bike, since Finn Wolfhard had some trouble wi th mastering the basics of riding.
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Friday’s Sport Relief special also offered a sneak peek at what Fans can expect when the hit science fiction series returns for its fourth season later this year.
While the Hawkins teens are facing a new horror surfacing at home (and no, we’re not referring to those awkward high school years), Hopper (David Harbor) is trapped a world away in a Soviet gulag along with (a) Game of Thrones cast member .
Noah Schnapp recently offered some hints about
“I read the first four scripts and they are amazing. I can’t wait to see where they go with the rest of the season. “
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(To donate to Sport Relief, text BEAT to to donate £ (or text BEAT to 01575879 to make a £ 0038 donation. You can also make your donation by visiting the Sport Relief website – where you can also find all the terms. Stranger Things seasons 1-3 are now streaming on Netflix.