In a recent interview on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the actor confirmed fans can expect "some deaths," "some gore and a big bang" from volume two. He defended his answer by saying that kind of twist is to be expected, however Fallon reminded him that there are not a lot of characters to pick off.
Stranger Things 4 Vol. 1 became Netflix's most-watched English TV series in history last week, with the newest season receiving more than 781 million hours of streaming time globally and earning an additional 159 million hours during the week of June 6. It overtook Bridgerton season two for the record, but is still only No. 3 on Netflix's all-time list, falling behind Money Heist: Part 5 and Squid Game.
Watch the interview above. Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2 premieres July 1 on Netflix.
Elsewhere in entertainment, watch Ana de Armas reimagine Marilyn Monroe in the trailer for Netflix's NC-17 drama Blonde.