There are multiple deaths in Stranger Things season 4 Vol 2, says cast member
According to Stranger Things actor Noah Schnapp, there are numerous deaths in the second half of season 4, and fans are already grieving the loss.
Noah Schnapp, 17, who plays Will Byers in the series, appeared on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show to discuss Stranger Things and the upcoming volume 2. While the first portion of the series were traditional episodes, the second instalment will be comprised of two film-length episodes.
"You can expect from Volume Two, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big..." Schnapp began before Fallon cut him off and said: "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"
Schnapp replied: "No but I didn't say who!"
He has a point, to be fair, and it's not like Netflix's lawyers are itching as much as Marvel's, who famously keep the spoiler lid screwed shut.
While Schnapp barely revealed anything, his words were enough to send Twitter into a meltdown and TikTok into, well, just more of the same really.
"Noah said deaths are coming in Stranger Things I think and if they touch Max, Steve or Will I will actually riot," said one fan, while another added: "NOAH YOU BETTER NOT BE TELLING THE TRUTH WITH THE DEATH SCENES."
#StrangerThings star Noah Schnapp says multiple characters will die in Season 4 Vol. 2! "I mean, you guys can assume that obviously someone’s gonna…," he teased. (Via: @JimmyFallon) pic.twitter.com/MvBp348Lpr
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A third commented: "I don't know how much longer I can take having to wait for volume 2 I live and breathe Stranger Things I physically cannot think about anything else at all I just need to know that will is okay cause why the hell did Noah say there will be deaths PLURAL??"
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