Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Wednesday night, revealing that fans “will learn a lot” in the show’s season 4 finale.
Gaten Matarazzo, the star of the Netflix sci-fi thriller Stranger Things, is dropping hints about what viewers may anticipate from the highly anticipated volume 2 of season 4 dropping on Friday.
The actor told Jimmy Fallon during his Wednesday appearance on The Tonight Show that there are only two episodes in the second volume.
“It’s all starting to pay off, and everything works, and it’s very wonderful,” Fallon lauded the forthcoming episodes. In agreement, Matarazzo said, “You learn a lot.”
“It’s nine movies, practically. All of them are close to an hour and a half — all of them over an hour.” Matarazzo, 19, said about the fourth season.
The actor went on to discuss the first and only time he and Jamie Campbell Bower, the actor who plays season four villain Vecna, interacted on set. As it turned out, the encounter was a bit off-putting.
“I saw Vecna sitting there, and I looked at him and was like, ‘Hi, it’s great to see you,’” the Prank Encounters host recalled. “I haven’t seen him since the table read, and he was just like (nonchalantly), ‘Yeah, how are you? It’s good to see you’ — in a lawn chair, feet up. Whole [upper] half done up in Vecna gear. It is unsettling and just bonkers.”