We're still just getting over the first instalment of season 4 on Stranger Things, and now actor Noah Schnapp has dropped an absolute bombshell for the next volume.
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The star told the shocking hint while appearing on The Tonight Show alongside presenter Jimmy Fallon. He said: "You can expect from Volume Two, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big..."
The actor was quickly interrupted by Fallon who joked: "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"
Schnapp quickly commented: "No but I didn't say who!"
Schnapp's spoiler has sent fans into a frenzy as they rush to speculate who might be killed off in the next season.
Other fans were quick to question the news on social media. One fan tweeted: "Noah said deaths are coming in Stranger Things I think and if they touch Max, Steve or Will I will actually riot."
Another shared: "NOAH YOU BETTER NOT BE TELLING THE TRUTH WITH THE DEATH SCENES".
"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??" tweeted another.
Another fan hoped the deaths would be some of the newer characters, as they were firmly attached to their old favourites: "Kinda hoping the "deaths" are all the new characters...cause I can’t afford to lose the ogs."
Fans also joked that Schnapp is well known for leaking truths:
its truly not stranger things without noah spoiling is it 💀💀💀💀 https://t.co/CsRvztpn9K— kite (@kitchendrawer99) June 17, 2022
This isn't the first time Schnapp has been known for revealing details about future seasons. The actor has been teased for how hard it is for him to keep secrets. Fallon teased: "The whole cast has been on the show. They call you the Tom Holland of Stranger Things, because you spoil everything. All the secrets."
In a previous interview alongside co-star Millie Bobby Brown, he revealed deaths were coming up.
"I am scared to vocalise anything that I want, because it always turns into ‘Millie Bobby Brown’ demands this storyline," Brown told The Wrap. "I’m just going to say I trust the Duffer Brothers and their creative process."
She added: “We’re all afraid of one of us dying.”
It was at this point that Schnapp alluded to the death of one of their characters, saying: "One of us will die. Or more. The cast is so big."
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