Linda Hamilton joining strange things. The 66-year-old terminator The stars will appear in Season 5 of the Netflix series.Casting news was first reported in Tudum: Global Fan Eventsbroadcast live from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and with strange things ensemble.
Hamilton is the latest addition to the adult cast, joining Sean Astin as Bob Newby, Paul Reiser as Sam Owens, Cary Elwes as Mayor Larry Kline, Jake Busey as Bruce, Matthew Modine as Martin Brenner and series lead Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers . .
While details of Hamilton’s role have not been revealed, she created the role of Sarah Connor in the film terminator film franchise that appeared in terminator, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Terminator: Dark Fate. She also starred in 1984’s child of corn, King Kong life Disaster movies from 1986 and 1997 Dante Peak.
strange things It also marks Hamilton’s most recent television appearance paw and foreign residents.
Given the reference heaviness and nostalgia strange things Yes, the series will likely return to terminator In Season 3’s homage to the movie franchise, The Franchise Somehow, Andrei Ivchenko stars as Russian Terminator Grigory.It can also take advantage of Hamilton’s child of corn The slasher franchise is based on Stephen King’s short stories, whose work featured prominently in its first four seasons.
Meanwhile, season 5 will wrap up the Duffer Brothers’ ongoing sci-fi/horror drama, which was an instant hit when it debuted alongside season 1 in summer 2016. Set in the 1980s, the show follows a group of native Indiana kids, now high school students, who have to deal with a secret government agency after they create a portal to an alternate dimension known as the Upside Down. Deal with a variety of otherworldly creatures.
In addition to Ryder, the series’ sprawling ensemble includes David Harbor, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Garten Matarazzo, Caleb Mack Laughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Bono, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Maya Hawke, Priya Ferguson and Brett Gell-Mann.
Although production on the final few episodes has been halted due to an ongoing writers’ strike from the Writers Guild of America lobbying Hollywood studios for fair compensation, Harbor has previously teased season 5 content. “I have a little idea of where it’s going, which is really exciting,” he said. told ET at the timejoking that it might be another “15 years” before anyone sees it.
As for the delayed take, the Duffer Brothers on twitter Acknowledge the lockout and share their support for the strike. “Duffers here. Writing doesn’t stop when filming starts. While we’re excited to start production with our amazing cast and crew, it’s just not possible during this strike,” Matt and Ross Duffer tweeted . “We hope to reach a fair agreement as soon as possible so we can all get back to work. Until then – it’s over. #wgastrong.”