Nothing can stop fans from shipping their celebrities. But asking them to play siblings next. Well, that’s something new! Fans are literally hoping that the two young stars, Sadie Sink from Stranger Things and Kit Connor from Heartstopper could play siblings on screen. And they have a very good reason for wishing so!
Sadie Sink and Kit Connor look very alike
Fans noticed the resemblance between the two actors before. But all doubts were cleared when one of them collaged their pictures together to prove her point. They look eerily similar to each other. The only main difference is Sadie’s shocking ginger hair.
i desperately need sadie sink and kit connor as siblings in a film pic.twitter.com/UO2R367VZB
— anna (@hearthrry) April 28, 2022
Another fan pointed out Kit’s resemblance to Sadie’s brother
right cause kit kinda resembles sadie’s brother mitchel!! pic.twitter.com/PpgdyvTeIS
— kit 24 (@hencIairs) April 28, 2022
The two stars are keeping themselves busy
We really hope that this catches the attention of some producers and they cast them as siblings for a project. But until that happens we’ll just have to wait for them to finish their respective projects.
Sadie Sink currently plays Max on the Duffer Brothers sci-fi series. The brothers and the trailer have teased that Max will have a lot going on this season. Apart from grappling with the loss of her brother, she will acquire new powers. We will also see her investigating on her own and coming across the clock in the school hallways. Stranger Things season 4 is scheduled to arrive on May 27th on Netflix. Apart from this, the actress also starred in Taylor Swift’s short film alongside Dylan O Brien.
“It was an absolute dream from start to finish. I didn’t believe it was happening until it was really happening,” she gushed. She portrayed Taylor in All Too Well: The Short Film.
Meanwhile, Kit is coming off the success of Heartstopper. He played the popular Rugby star Nick Nelson in Netflix’s adaptation. The coming of age series is certified 100% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes upon its debut. Based on Alice Oseman’s webcomic, the drama showcased the blossoming love between Nick and Charlie.