Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 trailer teases Vecna issuing an ominous warning


Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 trailer teases Vecna issuing an ominous warning to Eleven: ‘You can’t stop this now’

Just days after the first half of Stranger Things Season 4 debuted on Netflix, the streaming service has released a trailer for Volume 2.

The first-look footage debuted during Netflix’s Geeked Week panel, which featured appearances from the cast and creators Matt and Ross Duffer.

The trailer features an ominous warning from Vecna – the main villain in Season 4 played by Jamie Campbell Bower – offering a troubling warning to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown). 

Teaser: Just days after the first half of Stranger Things Season 4 debuted on Netflix, the streaming service has released a trailer for Volume 2

Teaser: Just days after the first half of Stranger Things Season 4 debuted on Netflix, the streaming service has released a trailer for Volume 2

Vecna: The trailer features an ominous warning from Vecna - the main villain in Season 4 played by Jamie Campbell Bower - offering a troubling warning to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown)

Vecna: The trailer features an ominous warning from Vecna – the main villain in Season 4 played by Jamie Campbell Bower – offering a troubling warning to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown)

The trailer begins with one of the openings to the Upside Down closing up in front of Eleven, who is bleeding from her eyes and has a bloodied gown.

‘It is over Eleven,’ Vecna says, as Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) is seen examining the same wall, with blood splattered on his suit as well.

‘You have freed me,’ Vecna adds, while another shot shows Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) with Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) and Nancy Wheeler (Natalie Dyer). 

Closing: The trailer begins with one of the openings to the Upside Down closing up in front of Eleven, who is bleeding from her eyes and has a bloodied gown

Closing: The trailer begins with one of the openings to the Upside Down closing up in front of Eleven, who is bleeding from her eyes and has a bloodied gown

Martin: 'It is over Eleven,' Vecna says, as Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) is seen examining the same wall, with blood splattered on his suit as well

Martin: ‘It is over Eleven,’ Vecna says, as Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) is seen examining the same wall, with blood splattered on his suit as well

The trailer also features cryptic shots of Jim Hopper (David Harbour), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo), Murray Bauman (Brett Gelman).

Vecna cryptically adds, ‘You can’t stop this now,’ as the trailer winds down with cryptic shots of Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink), Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin) and more.

During the Netflix Geeked Week event, Ross and Matt Duffer revealed that the once-precocious kids have now grown up.

Cryptic: The trailer also features cryptic shots of Jim Hopper (David Harbour), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo), Murray Bauman (Brett Gelman, above)

Cryptic: The trailer also features cryptic shots of Jim Hopper (David Harbour), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo), Murray Bauman (Brett Gelman, above)

‘The kids are now not kids anymore. They are in high school. Suddenly that opened up a lot of doors for us. We can put them in danger that is really scary,’ Ross Duffer said.

He added, ‘A lot of horror comes from humans in the story, the darkness in all of us. This season really is no different.’

Matt Duffer added in an interview with TV Line that the season, ‘has a little bit of everything.’

Humans: He added, 'A lot of horror comes from humans in the story, the darkness in all of us. This season really is no different'

Humans: He added, ‘A lot of horror comes from humans in the story, the darkness in all of us. This season really is no different’

Everything: Matt Duffer added in an interview with TV Line that the season, 'has a little bit of everything'

Everything: Matt Duffer added in an interview with TV Line that the season, ‘has a little bit of everything’

‘It’s extremely emotional while also having the most action and spectacle we’ve ever had,’ Matt added.

The first seven episodes of Season 4 debuted on May 27, with Volume 2 comprised of just two episodes, though they’re much, much longer than usual episodes.

The eighth episode will run one hour and 25 minutes while the ninth episode will run nearly two and a half hours. 

Emotional: 'It¿s extremely emotional while also having the most action and spectacle we¿ve ever had,' Matt added

Emotional: ‘It’s extremely emotional while also having the most action and spectacle we’ve ever had,’ Matt added

Longer: The first seven episodes of Season 4 debuted on May 27, with Volume 2 comprised of just two episodes, though they're much, much longer than usual episodes

Longer: The first seven episodes of Season 4 debuted on May 27, with Volume 2 comprised of just two episodes, though they’re much, much longer than usual episodes

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