Transcript for ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 teaser released
jt is going to make you feel good too. Dan, it is. Get excited. Come on. Okay, "Stranger things" fans have been gifted the ultimate Valentine. A new teaser for season 4 and after months of speculation, a major cliffhanger has been answered. Jim hopper is alive. While the police chief sacrificed himself in season 3's final moments, the teaser shows him in snowy Russia working on a railroad, mustache gone. It is quickly becoming a top trend on Twitter and the creator released the statement saying, quote, we're excited to officially confirm that production on "Stranger things 4" is under way and even more excited to announce the return of hopper. Actor David harbour shared the video as well with a simple caption, for the faithful, happy Valentine's day. No word yet on when we can expect season 4. I'm excited. Yeah? I still haven't finished season 1. Now it's all ruined for me you. You got a ways to go, Dan. Step on it. You still got time. It's not ruined. A spoiler. It's fine. You just keep watching. Next up eilish, Billie eilish, the singer's James bond theme song is finally here. Take a listen. you were never on my side fool me once fool me twice How do you feel about that? She's great. She's super talented. She absolutely is. That song is called "No time to die." Of course, the same title as the 25th film in the 007 franchise and Billie also posting the song on her Instagram and, remember, she is just 18 years old. The youngest person ever to record a theme song for a bond film. I don't know what you guys were what I was doing wasn't worth celebrating like this but she is incredible. I have some mug shots from that time. I didn't have mug shots. I definitely didn't want people to see what I was when I was 18. I know what I was doing but choose not to share. Hat's off to Billie eilish basically. Yes. Good for you. Finally, pictures are worth a thousand words. This one has left us speechless. Look at this. This mesmerizing picture shows two mice duking it out over a piece of food. Look very closely, on a London tube platform. That is taken by photographer Stan Rowley. Is that real? Yes. Are they mice or rats? Mice, little ones. The big rats are like the new York dwellers. That photo earned him the honor of wildlife photographer of the year from the natural history museum beating out 40,000 other submissions. Sam says he was so fascinated by the mice that he spent a week underground on the platform trying to take a picture of them and then finally this happened. It's like the end of a movie or something. Yeah, it looks like an actual boxing match. Like a Disney movie. Yeah. Can you imagine all the wildlife photographers that went to Papua New Guinea and all these crazy places, and this guy wins and he doesn't have to leave London. A train platform and some rats trying to -- I want to know which tube station that was. So you can avoid it. That photo aptly named "Station squabble." Send in the cats. Thank you very much.
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