Stranger Things season 4 stunt boss reveals ‘darker, more epic’ season 4 scripts are ‘full of surprises’

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STRANGER Things’ stunt boss has teased season 4 will be “darker” and “epic”.


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Hiro Koda is a Hollywood stalwart, having worked since the '90s on various productions including the Power Rangers shows.

 Stranger Things Season 4 is set to be the darkest yetCredit: NETFLIX


Now Koda’s a stunt coordinator on several hit series, including Netflix’s American science-fiction horror television series, which he joined for season 3.


And in a recent interview he had Stranger Things’ fans licking their lips in anticipation at what they might expect in the next series.


Koda told ComicBook.com: "All I can tell you is that stranger things season 4 is... It's darker. 


“There's lots of great surprises and all your favourite people are in it.

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"It's going to be so good. It's so epic. 
“I've gotten to read through almost eight scripts now, so it's pretty awesome. 


“I don't know how many we're going to get."Like most TV shows worldwide, Stranger Things had to halt production due to the worldwide Covid-19 outbreak.

The Duffer Brothers created Stranger ThingsCredit: Getty - Contributor
Koda revealed that they had two episodes of season 4 in the can before filming shut down. 


While he doesn't know when it will resume, he explained how it might happen when it finally does, and how stunts will be affected by social distancing.


Koda said: "It's really just this pandemic and trying to figure out when productions will be going back. 


“We're kind of spread out this year. We usually shoot just in Atlanta, but we've been spread out in two different places this year, so trying to figure out the scheduling of it. 


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“And then not just dealing with when production is going to actually start in Atlanta, most of the cast is from California. 


“So when California decides to open up that's the other issue, when the actors will feel comfortable to come. 


“And also just figuring out all the new protocols that we're going to have to take on set with everybody."


He added: "There's been lots of discussions and it's going to be really interesting because the president [Donald Trump] has given us these guidelines for the states to open up in phases.

In season 3 the Mind Flayer reared its headCredit: NETFLIX

“Some of the phases allow companies to open up and be like 25% employees, and then it goes to 40% or whatever, and then it kind of increases from there. 


“But with us, as a film production, we have to be 100%. 


“And then, as far as social distancing, we can separate ourselves and work in and out of set in waves, instead of everybody on set at once. 


“That's easier to control. Everybody can wear masks and gloves and whatever, but the actors can't, they have to take the masks off. They've got to be in close contact."


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Discussing potential changes to stunts, Koda continued: "All stunts that we do, we're physically touching each other because we're fighting, and we're dealing with the cast and putting them in harnesses and wires and flying them. 


“And stunt people are always together fighting and rolling around. So it's going to be an interesting thing to try to figure out."


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