Noah Schnapp says he'll be 'crying and upset' when 'Stranger Things' finally finishes
"Stranger Things" star Noah Schnapp is getting ready to start filming the final season.
He recently told Collider that he'll be "crying and upset" when he wraps production on the show.
The series will see the Hawkins gang take on Vecna one final time.
"Stranger Things" is heading towards the end as the cast and crew prepare to start filming the fifth and final season, which will see Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and the Hawkins gang face Henry Creel/Vecna (Jamie Campbell Bower) one last time.
The series has come a long way since season one, in which the show first introduced the alternate world of the Upside Down when Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) went missing after being attacked by the monstrous Demogorgon.
It's not clear what other horrors lie ahead for Eleven, Will, and their friends, but Noah Schnapp is excited to start filming.
The 18-year-old star recently spoke to Collider ahead of his role in the psychological thriller, "The Tutor," when "Stranger Things" inevitably came up in the conversation.
Schnapp explained that it's going to be "bittersweet" filming the final season because he's been working on it since childhood.
He explained: "I mean, just wrapping 'Stranger Things' — so bittersweet. I mean, it's obviously kind of what made me, I guess, as an actor, and I've grown up on the show. I first started on it when I was 10 and now I'm, like, an adult. So, it's crazy."
Schnapp went on to say that he'll be "crying and "upset" when he finally finishes filming on the show, but he's looking forward to the future.
"I'm really excited to get shooting. The last season looks really good, and when it's over I'm definitely going to be crying and upset, but excited for what the future holds," the actor said.
Schnapp recently made headlines after coming out as gay on TikTok, noting that he's "more similar to Will than I thought," referring to the fact that his "Stranger Things" character is also gay.
Schnapp's coming out was met with a lot of positivity online, and the actor later shared a sweet text from his grandfather about the news.
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