Stranger Things 4 Ending Is 'Carnage' With Astonishing Scene, Warns Joseph Quinn
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Joseph Quinn, aka Stranger Things' Eddie, is telling fans to brace themselves for the absolute 'carnage' that is the finale of Stranger Things season four.
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Just as we've crawled out of our duvet cave and recovered from the chaos that was Volume One of the latest season, according to Eddie himself, we haven't seen anything yet.
This article obviously contains spoilers and speculation for Stranger Things season four, so proceed at your own peril – a bit like going into the upside down.
Volume One left the fates of our favourite characters in a pretty dire position; Eleven joined forces with Dr. Brenner to regain her powers, while Steve and Nancy were left stuck in the upside down.
We even learned that Vecna's true identity is Henry Creel, better known as test subject 001 at the Hawkins Lab, who killed his family and developed powers similar to Eleven's which, let's face it, doesn't bode well for anyone.
And if you're starting to feel anxious, Quinn won't calm your nerves, with the breakout actor telling Variety about the finale of season four: "The thing is, they’ve got my family tied up somewhere and if I spoil anything, I’ll never see them again."
We'd argue that since they've already been taken he could just tell us, but fine.
All jokes aside though, Quinn does confirm the ending will be very bold: "No, I can say there’s a guitar scene and that the scale and ambition are astonishing. All the seeds that have been planted bear fruit, and it’s just carnage. You know the finale is two and a half hours, right? Ending with this monster, feature-length episode is so bold."
Quinn wasn't the only one stirring the pot surrounding Volume Two, with Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers in the show, confirming that there will be plenty of deaths.
Speaking to Jimmy Fallon the actor said: "You can expect from Volume Two, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big..."
The actor was then cut-off by Fallon, who quipped: "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"
But, as Schnapp points out, he didn't actually say who dies.
Still, that didn't stop fans from fearing the worst, with one writing: "Noah said deaths are coming in Stranger Things I think and if they touch Max, Steve or Will I will actually riot."
While another said: "Kinda hoping the "deaths" are all the new characters...cause I can’t afford to lose the ogs."
Thankfully, we don't have to wait long to see who died, because Volume Two is dropping on Netflix on 1 July.
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