The Stranger Things season 4 storyboards show Max’s close call with Vecna and his iconic “Running Up That Hill” moment in awesome new detail.
New stranger things The Season 4 storyboards show Max’s close call with Vecna and his now-iconic “Running Up That Hill” moment in new detail. First released in 2016, the Duffer Brothers’ hit horror/fantasy series has since become one of Netflix’s most popular shows. stranger things recently concluded its fourth season, introducing a new villain in the form of Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower) and greatly increasing the threat that Eleven (Mille Bobby Brown), Max (Sadie Sink), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), Will (Noah Schnapp), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Mike (Finn Wolfhard) have to face each other.
stranger things Season 4 was the show’s most popular to date, providing viewers with a number of spectacular scenes and iconic moments. In Episode 4, titled “Dear Billy,” Max stars in one of the show’s most talked about scenes. After getting trapped in Vecna’s lair on his way to his brother’s grave, Max is just moments away from suffering the same fate Chrissy (Grace Van Dien) suffered. earlier in the season. She is able to escape, however, when her favorite song, “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush, allows her to injure Vecna and sprint to a portal to the real world.
By a new article of vanity lounge, fans are getting a fresh look at how the streak unfolded with the release of 3 new storyboards from the episode. The storyboards provide a closer look at an early version of Vecna and also show exactly how Max’s intense run for the portal was envisioned relatively early on. As the storyboards show, the sequence largely went exactly as planned. Check stranger things Season 4 storyboards below:
Although “Running Up That Hill” was featured sparingly earlier in stranger things season 4, it’s this particular scene that’s largely responsible for transforming the 1980s song into a modern-day hit. As the storyboards show, music was always considered to play a very important role in this scene with Max described as simply running “towards the musicMost of the fine character and world design details seem to have been faithfully recreated for the series’ final version of the scene, right down to the Max spin that engages and the specific framing for certain shots.
Although it’s easy to get carried away by the intensity and emotion of many Stranger Things’ most important moments, it’s clear that a lot of thought and planning goes into exactly how to achieve these scenes. While Max’s escape in “Dear Billy” is now one of the show’s most iconic moments, it also serves to make Max’s Season 4 ending even more heartbreaking, with the character ultimately unable to stand his ground. escape from Vecna when they next encounter. With stranger things with season 4 delivering a handful of equally memorable moments, it remains to be seen if fans will get any additional peeks behind the curtain to see how some of the show’s other action-packed scenes were originally crafted.
Source: Vanity Fair