Noah Schnapp Updates: Stranger Things Updates: Celebrities Noah Schnapp and Gaten Matarazzo attended a New York Knicks game. It is less than a month that they finished filming Season 4 of Netflix’s Stranger Things.
Schnapp and Matarazzo were seen at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday. It is where the New York Knicks’ match with the Orlando Magic was going on.
Schapp is a New York native and, Matarazzo was born in Connecticut and brought up in New Jersey. So the young actors were cheering for their East Coast squad.
As he hung out with his co-star, the seventeen-year-old Schnapp donned a white sweatshirt and a black New York Knicks hat.
He was also sporting tan pants during the match. The teens were supporting the Knicks, but unfortunately, the Magic beat them in the game. The final score of the game was 110-104.
The nineteen-year-old actor Matarazzo, wore an orange-brimmed blue New York Knicks hat. He also had a face mask on, but that was below his chin. He was donning a green Forever 21 hoodie with light blue pants. Along with that, Matarazzo painted his fingernails black.
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Schnapp, Matarazzo, and the others of the Stranger Things team concluded shooting in September. Although there were multiple interruptions owing to COVID-19, they were able to complete the shoot.
The filming was supposed to start in January 2020 and end in August. However, that was prior to the COVID-19 virus breakout.
The production resumed in September 2020, and the filming concluded a year later. Season 4 will launch on Netflix in 2022. However, there is no exact release date announced as of yet. Rumors are rife that Stranger Things is going to end after 4 or 5 seasons. But again, no formal conclusion has been announced.
Matarazzo will next voice for Hump. The Hump will be an animated film where the young actor will be working together with Simon Pegg and Ramy Youssef.
The actor appeared as Casey the Electrician in the Netflix cartoon series Waffles + Mochi in March.
Schnapp has recently appeared in Netflix’s Hubie Halloween, and in 2015, he portrayed Charlie Brown in The Peanuts Movie.
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