Netflix: actress Sadie Sink spoiled how the end of Stranger Things will be

Stranger Things will say goodbye to the fans when Netflix premiere the fifth and final season of the successful fiction created by the Duffer brothers. An inevitable end that was described by Sadie Sink, one of the protagonists of the series, as “sad and terrifying”.

Since his addition in season 2 of Stranger Thingsthe actress won with her charisma and self-confidence the affection of the spectators with her character: Max MayfieldBilly Hargrover’s half-sister, who was played by Dacre Montgomery until he was possessed by one of Vecna’s lieutenants, The Mind Flayer, to, shortly after, sacrifice himself and save Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven at the end of the third installment from the series.

It’s more, This was one of the reasons why the character of Max gained greater strength and prominence throughout the nine chapters that make up season 4. Not only was she traumatized by the horrific way Billy died, but that Vecna ​​himself wanted to take her life; something that she almost achieves in one of the most shocking scenes of the series.

Now, in a recent interview with Today, Sink assumed that she is ready to say goodbye to her friends and colleagues in the series, detailing that when the end of Stranger Things 5 it’s going to be “sad and scary” not to return for another season. “The boys, the entire cast and crew, are like family. People say it all the time, but I’m serious,” the actress commented on no longer having that certainty of seeing herself in a subsequent installment before concluding, adding that he also thinks that “it’s exciting to move on to the next chapter.”

A few words with which Sink, starring with Brendan Fraser in The Whale, Darren Aronofsky’s film, seems ready for the closure of a stage that has marked her as an actress. Now It only remains to wait to find out what it will bring for both Max and Dustin, Will, Mike, Eleven and the rest of the gang the fifth and final season of Stranger Things It doesn’t have a release date yet. Netflix.

  • With information from Europa Press.

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