Stranger Things star hints at ‘scariest’ new season
The hit Netflix series is returning for its penultimate season later this month, with actress Sadie Sink – who plays Maxine “Max” Mayfield – warning fans to prepare for fear.
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Stranger Things star Sadie Sink has teased that fans will be more horrified than ever when the show returns for a fourth season later this month.
The 20-year-old actress plays Maxine “Max” Mayfield in the Netflix supernatural series – which premieres its penultimate season on May 27.
After the first season aired in 2016, the show has built a huge and devoted fan base – and Sadie says those fans should expect big scares for the episodes. new coming.
The show will see a new villain take center stage, who the actress claims is the most feared villain – after demon dogs and giant monsters tore through scenes for three seasons. firstly.
Talk to people, Sadie teased: “It was the weirdest season we’ve ever had. Just the scale of it is out of this world.
As for the scary new villain, the actress put the label: “really scary.”
And she’s also promised fans will get to know her character more – with trailers for upcoming new episodes showing Max grieving for her brother, Billy, who is played by Dacre Montgomery role-playing, and is levitating.
“We were able to explore a lot of different themes and different aspects of the characters that everyone knew and loved, so I was looking forward to it,” Sadie said.
And she’s also signaled that the cast doesn’t expect the show to end after season five.
She said: “I’ll go forever if they want to. We’ve built a family at this point and it’s a really special and unique relationship. I’ll miss everyone.”
While fans may also be saddened by the show’s impending end, the series’ creators have teased that they’re planning on creating a spin-off series.
Speaking to SFX Magazine last month, co-creators Ross and Matt Duffer opened up about the possibility of the future.
“We’re going to feel like we still have a lot of gas in the tank,” Matt said.
“But I think it’s better to end there with us wanting more. That’s why ending at five is a step in the right direction. We haven’t told anyone our plans yet. ! Not even Netflix! We have some ideas.”
Matt said he wouldn’t rule out the possibility of a spin-off if the story feels appropriate.
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“As for if we’re doing any kind of spin-off, or any kind of Stranger Things sequel, for us the answer has always been ‘Is the idea interesting enough for us to feel like it? do it again?” he added.
Stranger Things seasons 1-3 are currently available to stream via Netflix – with season 4 dropping on May 27, 2022.
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