Schnapp recalled that he recently posted a screenshot of an explosion from an episode from Vol. 2 on his Instagram account and took it down for fear it might be a spoiler. Fallon then mentioned that Schnapp is jokingly referred to by cast members as the “Tom Holland of Stranger Things” because of his tendency to share spoilers with his fans.
Schnapp and Fallon went on to discuss how his character has worn the same bowl-shaped haircut throughout the run of the show and moved into a fun segment where they tried on different wigs. Schnapp told viewers, “You can expect from Vol. 2, we got more deaths coming and some gore.” But stopped himself from revealing more.
The premiere of Stranger Things 4 Vol. 4 has been a ratings monster for Netflix, coming in at No.1 upon its release over the Memorial Day weekend with over 286.7 million viewing hours in its first week. Stranger Things also broke records as the first English language series to be No.1 on the Top 10 lists in 91 countries.
Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2 drops on Netflix on July 1.