stranger things fans still have to wait a few more weeks for new episodes, but series star Noah Schnapp has hinted at what’s in store for them in Season 4 Vol. 2 is coming to Netflix next month. During an appearance Thursday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Schnapp dropped a few spoilers, much to the late night host’s delight.
While discussing his reputation for giving stranger things teasers, Schnapp admitted to accidentally posting a slight spoiler on social media the same day, telling Jimmy Fallon, “I posted some stuff on my Instagram and, like, an explosion or something and it’s from the second volume and people were like, ‘Are you – is this a spoiler? And I was, like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to get in trouble.’ So I literally took it off.
Fallon, who said he had “the whole cast” of stranger things on his show now, joked that Schnapp’s bandmates called him “the Tom Holland of stranger thingsbecause of his reputation for “spoiling everything” and revealing “every secret”.
Holland earned his own spoiler status after revealing plot points for his Spider Man films, and is even the subject of multiple YouTube compilations made up entirely of its spoilers.
“Yeah, that’s not the best title to have,” admitted Schnapp. “No offense to Tom Holland. But I own it, and fans love getting those spoilers. Interesting… we now have a new theory on who was behind this Monopoly game leak last month.
Fallon laughed, telling her guest fans they didn’t like the show being spoiled, while Schnapp insisted, “They’re begging me!” before getting confirmation from an enthusiastic public.
Later in his interview, Schnapp shared some details about what was to come in Volume 2, but refrained from divulging the details: “You can expect from Volume 2, we have some deaths coming, some gore and a big…” Schnapp teased, before Fallon chimed in to say, “Wow, that’s a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something you can’t say!
The stranger things star defended himself by responding, “No, but I didn’t say who.”
While Fallon retorted that “there aren’t many people to choose from” who could die in the second half of Season 4, Schnapp said, “Well, you can assume that obviously someone a go…”
But Fallon had a lighter take on the show: “No, we’re not assuming that! We just think you’re gonna go to the mall and hang out and relax.
stranger things Seasons 1-4 are now streaming on Netflix. Watch Schnapp’s full interview with Fallon in the video above.
New York Post