Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp recalls an emotional moment with Millie Bobby Brown- why did the duo end up in tears?

Noah Schnapp gives interesting details on Stranger Things season 4

The fans and the audience have been desperately waiting for the fourth season of Stranger Things for a while now. And it’s safe to say that the upcoming season is creating a lot of buzz around the Internet. All of us wants to know what we can expect and it seems Noah Schnapp has some really interesting information to share.

Noah Schnapp

The 17-year-old actor, who plays Will on the popular series, made an appearance on The Tonight Show. Host Jimmy Fallon brought up the topic how Stranger Things will soon launch the 4th season and there will be only one more season after that.

To this, Schnapp opened up about an emotional moment he shared earlier with co-actor Millie Bobby Brown.

Noah Schnapp and Millie Bobby Brown were in tears

In February, Stranger Things co-creators Matt and Ross Duffer announced in an open letter that the series will come to an end with the final fifth season. Schnapp commented that he never saw the letter as the creators know he always gives out spoilers.

Noah Schnapp and Millie Bobby Brown

When the letter came out, Noah was apparently bawling his eyes out. Feeling extremely upset, he reached out to Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven on the show. He recalled that she was also on the same page and was in tears. Noah added that Millie then texted Gaten Matarazzo, who plays the role of Dustin. And apparently he was crying too.

Schnapp added that all of them then texted the Duffers about how sad they were. But they assured that they still had some time left.

When is Stranger Things Season 4 coming?

The first volume of episodes from the fourth season are premiering on May 27. In reference to what the fans can expect, Schnapp described the upcoming season as “complete and utter chaos”. He added in conclusion that it’s the biggest, craziest thing the audience will see on Stranger Things.

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