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‘Stranger Things’ Gets Lego Remake, Recreating the Show’s Key Scenes – Watch

The video was created by Bookshelf Productions.

Stranger Things Lego

Screenshot, Bookshelf Productions

We’ve already seen “Stranger Things” get the “Peanuts” treatment, it was also turned into an 8-bit video game, and got a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” mashup. Now the people at Bookshelf Productions have given the Duffer brothers series a Lego remake, recreating the show’s key moments.

The four-minute video features a variety of scenes from the hit Netflix series and uses the actual audio from the show to illustrate what’s happening. The clip begins with Will and Dustin riding their bikes before Will’s sudden disappearance into the Upside Down.

READ MORE: ‘Stranger Things’ Gets the ‘Peanuts’ Treatment in Christmas-Themed Mashup

We then see Joyce talking to Sheriff Jim Hopper who reassures her that her son will eventually show up. The three youngsters – Mike, Dustin and Lucas – are also shown at their teacher’s office playing with the new radio, while Joyce and Jonathan are searching for Will.

Eleven is also featured in prominent scenes which include her dressed up in the wig and saying “pretty.” She’s also shown using her superpowers to flip the van during the epic chase scene. And of course, it wouldn’t be a “Stranger Things” remake without a Barb cameo.

READ MORE: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Starts Production With Update From the Upside-Down

Production for Season 2 is currently underway. The first image of the cast on set was released last week and it was recently announced that Sean Astin, Paul Reiser and Danish actress Linnea Berthelsen would be joining the cast.

While we patiently wait for new episodes, check out the “Lego Stranger Things” video below.

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