Noah Schnapp Shares Cute Picture With Sadie Sink, Fans Are Shipping Them
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The 14-year-old actor shows his adorable friendship with his 'Stranger Things' co-star, hanging out and wall climbing together.

AceShowbiz - Noah Schnapp and Sadie Sink's chemistry goes beyond the set of "Stranger Things". The two young actors, who both star on the hit Netflix series, were spending time together when they're not filming the new season of the show, as evident in a new photo shared by Noah himself.

The 14-year-old actor took to his Instagram account on Wednesday, October 17 to share his picture with the 16-year-old actress. They posed on a couch, with Noah leaning on Sadie's shoulder, and the blonde beauty tilting her head to touch Noah's.

Wearing comfortable outfits, they went wall climbing in an indoor venue, with some people seen doing the activity on the wall behind them. Noah captioned the snap, "Hanging and climbing."

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Hanging and climbing

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Many of Noah's Instagram followers find their relationship cute and want them to be more than just friends. A fan commented on the image, "Ship ship ship ship......." Another similarly wrote, "I ship you all."

Someone urged Noah to "get" her [Sadie]. Another has even come up with an amalgamated name for them, writing, "We stan #nadie or #soah."

Noah has starred as Will Byers on "Stranger Things" since the first season, while Sadie joined the cast as Maxine "Max" Mayfield in the second season. They are among the main child actors on the sci-fi, horror series along with Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin.

They are currently filming the third season of the show. On Friday, October 5, Millie, Finn,Caleb, Sadie and Noah were spotted on the set in Atlanta, Georgia to film an eerie night scene. Getting into characters, they all donned 1980s'-inspired outfits while they were seen taking direction.

The new season is expected to premiere in 2019. Netflix's programming executive Cindy Holland previously explained the reason for the delay, "It's a handcrafted show. [Exec producers] The Duffer brothers and Shawn Levy have worked really hard, and they understand the stakes are high." She added, "They want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year. And so they really want to take the time to get it right."

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