‘Stranger Things’ May Be Ending, But Netflix Is Going All in on the Duffer Brothers

Huge viewership for the fourth season of Strange things is one of the only good news for Netflix this year, so it’s no surprise that they’re touting all the future projects the creators of the hit show are working on to streamers. direct. The streaming giant just announced five film and television projects the Duffer twins are developing for Netflix through their new production company, Upside Down Productions, named for Strange things‘alternative dimension. Hey, stick with what works!

And speaking of what works, two of these proposed projects are located in Stranger-poem. There will be a live-action spin-off, as well as a stage play directed by three-time Tony Award-winning director Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot: The Musical, Succession. In addition to their connection with Strange thingsNo further plot details were given.

The couple’s non-Hawkins projects seem to fit well into their imaginary wheelhouse. These include:

  • another attempt to adjust Book Death, the hugely popular Japanese manga by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. While Japanese live-action adaptations of supernatural series have been largely well-received, Netflix’s 2017 film version (with Nat Woolf and LaKeith Stanfield) was critically acclaimed.
  • New shows from Netflix’s producers The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, who also co-wrote for Warner Bros. ‘ 2024 anime Lord of the Rings prequel, Rohirrim War
  • adapted from the 1984 collaboration of Stephen King and Peter Straub, Charming Man, A macabre novel about a boy’s journey into a parallel universe to find a magic crystal that can save his cancer mother.

In the meantime, Ross Duffer told Collider that Strange things The writers room will convene in the first week of August to begin work on a fifth and final season, but Netflix is ​​clearly hoping that show’s finale will just be the beginning of a relationship. long-term and effective cooperation. And hopefully viewership.

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