Who is Brandon Spink? With Fear Street Part Two: 1978 just out on Sunday, 9 July, we introduce you to newcomer actor Brandon Spink, who portrays young Will Goode in the second instalment of the trilogy.
Part Two of the trilogy drops on Netflix
Fans are loving Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy adaptation of horror legend R. L. Stine’s book of the same name.
The first movie, entitled Fear Street Part One: 1994, arrived on Netflix on 2 July 2021. The second film of the trilogy, Fear Street Part Two: 1978, dropped on Sunday, 9 July.
The trilogy will be rounded off with Fear Street Part 3: 1666 on Friday, 16 July.
Fear Street Part Two transports us back to the late 1970s and into the heyday of the slasher movies.
Bookended with the core Nineties-set story, this segment recounts the tale of the Camp Nightwing massacre, as relayed by C. Berman (Gillian Jacobs), the sole survivor of the slayings.
According to RogerErbert.com, Camp Nightwing, the setting of the movie’s killings, takes after cinematic predecessors such as Camp Crystal Lake (Friday The 13th), Camp Blackfoot (The Burning), and Camp Arawak (Sleepaway Camp), among others.
Fear Street Part Two is about teens – but not exactly for teens. Parents should think twice before letting their kids watch the scary movie.
Meet Fear Street actor Brandon Spink
Portraying young Will Goode is 17-year-old actor Brandon Spink.
Will Goode is Nick Goode’s younger brother, who later becomes mayor of Shadyside.
Actor Brandon Spink is quickly making a name for himself with buzz-worthy roles in television and film.
According to his IMDb page, the actor found his passion for performing while starring in local theatre productions.
Spink has played young Bruce Wayne in Warner Bros’ star-studded film Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016), Mother’s Day (2016), and TV series Berlin Station (2017).
During his downtime, he plays on his home-town all-star baseball team and recently started learning guitar. He resides in Marietta, GA, with his parents and two younger brothers.
Spink stars in Fear Streat Part Two alongside Stranger Things star Sadie Sink, Emily Rudd, Ryan Simpkins, McCabe Slye, Ted Sutherland, and Chiara Aurelia.
What to expect from Fear Street Part Three?
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 is set to premiere later this week on Friday, 16 July.
The third movie of the trilogy follows the main protagonists as they attempt to solve the mystery of Sarah Fier, with the twist being they somehow arrive in the 1666 timeline after reuniting the witch with her hand.
There, they will presumably come face to face with the town’s first killer, pastor Cyrus Miller.
According to the movie’s IMDb page, most of the main performers will have dual roles in Fear Street Part Three, including Olivia Scott Welch, Kiana Madeira, Benjamin Flores, Ashley Zukerman, and even Fred Hechinger, whose character Simon is killed in Fear Street Part One: 1994.
Fear Street Part Two: 1978 is available on Netflix.