The 21st century has been a great year for cinema. Movies and TV shows really extended the boundary of what was possible and what was not. And if we are talking about TV shows that have really revolutionized the watching experience, Stranger Things has to be at the top. The show outdid itself by setting new bars for excellence after every episode and every season. Many feel that the show increased its pace after the second season. It is also the season where Max, played by Sadie Sink, was introduced.
And now that the fourth season is on its way, it is coincidentally Sadie, who has talked about one of the episodes of the show and how it will break all the records. Let’s see what the 20-year-old actress said.
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In 2017, when a sci-fi show heavily inspired by the 80s and 90s debuted now, one truly believed it would reach the success it has today. But maybe that’s what is the greatest thing about Netflix’s Stranger Things: its unpredictability.
From the first teaser, we all got the idea that season 4 was going to be different. Not just in terms of budget but also in how it’s darker than all the other seasons.
Continuing to hype us, Sadie recently talked about a highly popular scene from the trailer. If you have seen the trailer, you guys know what we are talking about.
Yes! Indeed it is the Max flying at the grave of her brother. So while talking about that episode, Sadie mentioned how she could not reveal anything about the “floating” without spoiling it for us. But she did say it is a “wild episode, though.”
Sadie Sink did not just talk about the show being grand but also talked a little about the new villain. The new villain has been one of the most talked-about aspects of the trailer. Some sharp-eyed fans even decoded his name from the trailers.
But as for Sadie, the only thing she had to say about the new baddie was “really scary.”
Stranger Things season 4 volume one will be available only on Netflix from May 27th.
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