Noah Schnapp, star of Stranger Things, addresses Will Byers' sexuality in Season 4 of Stranger Things

Noah Schnapp, star of Stranger Things, addresses Will Byers' sexuality in Season 4 of Stranger Thing ...

Fans of Stranger Things 4 have a large range of theories. Following the publication, many fans are asking questions about Will Byers'' sexuality, and actor Noah Schnapp is weighing in.

Stranger Things, which has been available on Netflix for four seasons, tells the story of a group of best friends and their families who live in Hawkins, Indiana. Throughout the seasons, all the characters have grown, as the group of children playing Dungeons and Dragons in a basement after school develop their first crushes and loves, but it is now raising significant questions.

Schnapp, who plays Byers on Stranger Things, said on Variety that he is leaving the show''s choice to label Will up to the producers. He added, "I think that''s the beauty of it, that it''s just up to the audience''s interpretation, if it''s Will kind of refusing to grow up slower than his buddies, or if he is really gay." This pattern has always been floating around in the Stranger Things fandom, but after the fourth season, it has grown even

Will and Eleven were given presentations at their new high school on someone they look up to, and some may know, in episode four, Will is apparently sorry for Mike''s actions threatening him more. Eleven is also apparent to the crowd, as well as Mike''s friends.

Although these small moments indicate that Will''s character will develop, nothing has been confirmed yet. However, the Stranger Things creators have made a note to say that there aren''t many accidents on Stranger Things, so these small nods may be completely intentional and bereferring to something larger coming in the story of Will Byers.

Season 4, Volume 1, Stranger Things, is now available on Netflix.