Stranger Things Will Restart Production On Season 4 In September

In these trying times, people all over the world realized the importance of certain occupations. And no matter how much hate the entertainment industry receives for its ills, it was this entertainment industry that kept us from blowing our brains away stuck inside the four walls of our house. TV and movies proved that with the expanse in technology, not going out of your home can still be a rewarding experience. And as we finish everything that has been made by humanity and available to watch on the internet, it is time to welcome back the TV industry, which is planning to start shooting new episodes pretty soon.

The first in the running to come back is OTT giant Netflix, which doesn’t surprise anyone. As per reports, Netflix is planning to restart the production of Stranger Things’ fourth season from September 17. Fans of the series weren’t pleased with the third season and are hoping things will be more like the first seasons in the upcoming part of the hit-extra-terrestrial series.

“Red Notice” will also resume production

Except for Stranger Things, mega-blockbuster “Red Notice” which has a star-studded cast of Deadpool Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Wonder Woman Gal Gadot. Red Notice is the story of the most wanted art thief in the world being chased by an Interpol Cop. And in the movie area, it isn’t only Red Notice, James Cameron’s Avatar is all set to start production in Wellington, New Zealand. It will be the second instalment in the Avatar franchise.

And it will all be in Georgia!

As significant production houses prepare to get back in the game, Georgia has shown interest to host all of these beautiful entertainers. High-profile projects from Marvel, Netflix and Universal, will soon start production in the state amidst tenuous studio space conflicts. The country has ample production facilities to keep up with the initial demand. It is home to the sprawling film studio of Tyler Perry, Pinewood’s Atlanta among others. Atlanta Metro Studios’ owner, John Rooker told reporters that Georgians want to get back to work. According to them, people can beat the virus and get back to normalcy if they show heart and vigour in these tough times.

Georgians will host other productions and shoots including but not limited to, Sylvester Stallone’s “Samaritan”, the Marvel series “Loki”, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” for Disney+ and the movie version of Broadway musical “Dear Evan Hansen”.

Source:-  Strange Things Season 4

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