'Stranger Things' star Noah Schnapp teases 2 truths and 1 lie about the new season
Stranger Things" star Noah Schnappspoke with Insider while promoting TBH and Roll.
- He told us two truths and one lie about "Stranger Things 4," leaving it to fans to guess which is which.
Warning: Potential spoilers for "Stranger Things 4" ahead.
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Schnapp helpfully supplied Insider with three possible outcomes for the show during a recent conversation while he was promoting TBH and a new app he's partnered with called Roll.
"A main character dies," Schnapp said to kick off a round of "two truths and a lie" — a game where he makes three statements about the upcoming season of "Stranger Things" and leaves it up to fans to decide which one is the lie, and which two are really going to happen.
"There's an intense romance this season," Schnapp said for the second statement in the game.
He paused for a moment, trying hard to think of a good third possibility that fans can chew on.
"The Upside Down eats up Hawkins," he said at last. "Like, takes over the real world."
So which is the lie, and which statements are true? To recap again for fans, the options for "Stranger Things 4" storylines are:
- A main character dies
- There's an intense romance
- The Upside Down "eats up" Hawkins, taking over the real world
Schnapp began starring in "Stranger Things" when he was 12 years old, catapulting him into the spotlight as the Netflix show quickly became one of the company's most popular original series.
Faced with new opportunities, Schnapp felt drawn to entrepreneurship.
He started TBH ("to be honest") after realizing the most popular chocolate-hazelnut spread on the market included palm oil — an ingredient that TBH's website says "is responsible for mass deforestation." The TBH brand of hazelnut cocoa spread is available at Los Angeles Erewhon locations as well as on Amazon.
Next, Schnapp is partnering with Roll, an app that gives fans access to their favorite creators and
"My fans are always begging me to post more and tell them what I'm doing," Schnapp said. "And Instagram has to be so perfect. But [Roll] just relaxed. Post whatever, let your fans see and they can subscribe to you."
He continued: "I think the whole thing about social media now and why people are maybe not using it is because of the toxicity. It can be unhealthy. The new trend with social-media apps is this real, authentic, just seeing the true person behind the screen. No likes and no stress. I think this app does that beautifully."
"Stranger Things" season four, part two will premiere on July 1.
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