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By Roxy Simons For Mailonline. Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer and Netflix are being sued for copyright infringement over an unpublished script. A company has claimed the idea for the hit show was taken from a screenplay titled Totem, which was written by Jeffrey Kennedy. According to the lawsuit, which was filed on Wednesday at a California federal court by Irish Rover Entertainment, the Netflix show copies Totem's 'plot, sequence, characters, theme, dialogue, mood, and setting, as well as copyrighted concept art. It was claimed Aaron Sims connects the two projects as he is said to have worked with Kennedy during the screenplay's development, before then being hired to make Stranger Things' concept art for its first two seasons.
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Throughout Stranger Things ' three seasons, new cast members have joined the core ensemble, and each time, they've proven to be worthy additions to the already stellar group of original actors. This season's new standout, Maya Hawke, is no exception. During the penultimate episode of the season, "The Bite," Robin and Steve come down from a frightening and unidentified drug given to them by the Russians while they were held captive, and after literally purging the contents of their stomachs during their cool-down period, the two take a moment to figuratively spill their guts to each other. Steve wastes no time in telling Robin that he has a crush on her, but she has a bombshell of her own to admit: when she seemed jealous of Steve and other girls at school, it wasn't Steve she wanted, but the girls who pined for him. Hawke and the Duffers have since revealed that Robin's coming out was planned from the start, and they put a lot of thought into deciding when it should happen.
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The feeling was powerful and inspiring. There was nothing better. We wanted to capture that feeling again with Stranger Things. The first one was kind of unwatchable, but progressively, they got a little better and better.
While Wolfhard has since revealed he was asked to deliver several variants of the line, the original series bible — written by Matt and Ross Duffer — describes him as "a sweet, sensitive kid with sexual identity issues. The Netflix series has broken streaming records since returning for its third season. A fourth, while unconfirmed, is expected to be announced imminently and you can find a compilation of everything we know about it here.