Noah Schnapp Teases More Deaths in "Stranger Things" Season 4, Vol. 2

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The second part of "Stranger Things" season four is coming to Netflix soon. In a recent interview on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Noah Schnapp — who plays Will Byers on the show — revealed a few hints about what fans can expect from the last two episodes. "You can expect from Volume II, we've got some deaths coming, some gore, and a big . . . ," he says before Fallon stops him by saying, "Wow, that's a big spoiler. Dude, you just said something that you can't say!"

Schnapp didn't reveal anything else about who will die in the season finale, but he did confirm that we're going to be mourning at least one character by the end of the season finale. "No, but I didn't say who! Well, you guys can assume that obvi— someone's gonna . . . ," he continued, drawing a finger across his throat.

"Stranger Things" season four made a huge splash when volume one dropped on Netflix on May 27. Netflix has released a teaser and first-look photos for the final two episodes, which make up volume two. In the footage, the villainous Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower) threatens Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and the people of Hawkins, and it's clear even more danger lies ahead.

The ending of the first half of the "Stranger Things" season leaves our beloved characters in some pretty rough spots. Nancy (Natalia Dyer) is trapped under Vecna's curse inside the Upside Down. Eddie (Joseph Quinn) is wanted for murder, with the rest of the Hawkins gang considered his accomplices. Hopper (David Harbour) and Joyce (Winona Ryder) are still trapped in Russia. Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Jonathan (Charlie Heaton), and Will (Schnapp) are trying to make their way across the country to help El. Fans have long been wondering if their favorites will make it out of the season alive, and in light of Schnapp's comments, it seems clear that someone will end up exiting the show before everything is said and done.

The final two episodes of season four come amidst news that the series will wrap with season five. "This summer, every ending has a beginning," the trailer says, so it seems season four is setting up a massive finale for the show's last season.

As we wait for volume two of "Stranger Things" season four to drop, keep reading to preview what's ahead, including the trailers and first-look pictures.

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