'Stranger Things’ star reveals season 3 will have a ‘very sad’ finale
In the world of pop culture, 2019 will probably go down as the year of endings.
Not only did we say goodbye to the likes of Game of Thrones, Veep and more, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe came to a thrilling climax with Avengers: Endgame, and in December, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker promises to do a similar thing for a trilogy of trilogies in a galaxy far, far away.
But airing this week, Stranger Things season three has gone somewhat under the radar, and although it's not set to be the final season, we've got another sad ending to look forward to this year.
That's according to Noah Schnapp (who plays Will Byers, the unluckiest boy in all of Hawkins, Indiana), who says we've got an especially sad ending to the third season to fill us with dread.
Here's the final trailer for Stranger Things' third season:
Speaking at the series premiere in Santa Monica, the Huffington Post reported that Schnapp explained how sad the ending was going to be. "It’s very different from seasons one and two, it’s funnier, it’s scarier, it’s like summer vibes," he reportedly explained to PA. "It’s very sad, the ending is a lot to handle so be prepared."
He also posted similar things on his Instagram story about the ending being sad, so there's the high possibility that Stranger Things' third season has some very emotional incidents in its eighth episode.
Talking about revealing plot points, Schnapp also said he was looking forward to talking about season three freely. "It’s always been hard but I’m used to not saying anything so it’s kind of weird now because in a few days I’ll be able to say anything," he said.
Well folks, that's a lot of mystery and anticipation stirred up there by Noah Schnapp, but the good news is that it's only a matter of days before we see what on earth Will Byers is talking about!