Winona Ryder fact-checks ‘Stranger Things’ scripts for ‘80s accuracy: ‘It’s kind of epic’


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It appears that Matt and Ross Duffner sought the advice of Winona Ryder when it came to “Stranger Things’80s “‘s allusions and nostalgia.

According to a comprehensive interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Ryder, who plays Joyce Byers, made sure that the writers preserved truth on set.


In that article, David Harbour disclosed that once Ryder fact-checked the scripts, the Duffer Brothers frequently had to make changes.

According to Harbour, “She’d tell them, ‘This song actually came out in ’85, and you have it in ’83. They had to alter the scripts as a result of the fact that she was aware of all the minuscule details they were unaware of. Her thinking is just so irrational and wanders off into so many different directions that it’s kind of epic.

Ryder is undoubtedly a go-to expert on all things ’80s thanks to her expertise. She had roles in “Heather” and “Beetlejuice” among other films when she was a child.


Season 4 of “Stranger Things,” volume 2, debuted early on Friday. In fact, minutes after the season’s final two episodes were made accessible, Netflix crashed.

We intend to continue where volume 1 left off.

Vecna is still alive, and Steve has been afflicted by the Demobats from the Upside Down. Other problems include Will’s emotions for Mike, Eleven regaining her powers, learning the truth about Vecna and her connections to him, and Nancy being imprisoned in the Upside Down.


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