'Stranger Things' Cast Two New Characters For Season Two
As if you weren't already excited enough for season two of the summer Netflix hit, "Stranger Things," we've just learned that there will be two new characters coming to Hawkins, Indiana.
(Not sure why someone would move their family to Hawkins, Indiana... especially after two children went missing. Maybe it hurt the housing market in that town and their parents are looking to flip some homes?)
Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery are the newest series regulars to join the cast.
Sadie Sink is set to play Max, a tomboy who dresses and acts more like a boy in the mid-80s than a girl. She comes with a background that makes her suspicious of everyone.
Meanwhile, Montgomery will play Max's step-brother, Billy. Billy is a Mr. Steal Yo Girl type, has a talent for drinking games (same) and drives a black Camaro.
Underneath his charms however, he has a violent and unpredictable nature.
So watch out, resident misunderstood bad boy...
The co-creators of the show, Matt and Ross Duffer, told THR about casting Sink as Max,
We did a wide, wide search for one new kid that we're adding. She's a cool new character.
There is one character who has yet to be cast named Roman. It is a series regular role for a male or female of any ethnicity, between the ages of 30 and 38. So... that's vague.
Joe Keery, who played Steve, and Noah Schnapp, as Will, will also be bumped up from guest stars to series regulars, which (spoiler alert) makes total sense after Will's return from the Upside Down.
Like, that's so gross Will. Stop puking up those weird leeches. No thank you.
It also totally makes sense to cash in on Joe Keery's Internet fame. It became known that Steve is totally Jean-Ralphio Saperstein's, of "Parks and Recreation," played by Ben Schwartz, real dad.
Sadly, we have to wait for season two of "Stranger Things" until 2017.