Stranger Things actress Sadie Sink aspires to be free of the “body cast” in season 5. Fans of the Netflix sci-fi hit will recall that Max Mayfield, played by Sink, went into a coma at the conclusion of season 4 after her near-fatal encounter with the demonic Vecna.
When asked about Max’s prospects during her recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Sink said: “I would like to see her awake. I want to know if I have to get back in a body cast, I would like for that chapter to be closed.”
Sink said that the Kate Bush song “Running Up That Hill” haunts her since it played such a key role in the Netflix series Stranger Things, and that she has “no clue” where the program will lead this lucky-to-be-alive adolescent.
“Most recently I was in Berlin in a very tiny cafe, just me and my friend were the only people there and then of course the song starts playing,” she told Fallon. “Everyone in the restaurant was just kind of like [looking around] – all the servers were like ‘Ohhhh! What’s she gonna do?’ … That’s my cue to go.”
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The actor (who is now promoting The Whale) made the prediction about the upcoming fifth and final season of Stranger Things being “emotional” earlier this month. “It’s going to be awful. It’s going to be horrible. These kids, this entire cast and crew, it’s family,” she said. “People say that all the time, but I genuinely mean it. And to think that we have to say goodbye to that security and knowing that we’re not going to be seeing each other for another season?”
Eleven (Sadie Sink) is looking forward to getting rid of her “body cast” in Season 5 of the Stranger Things series. Fans of the Netflix sci-fi blockbuster will remember that Sink’s character, Max Mayfield, lapsed into a coma at the end of season 4 following a near-fatal confrontation with the demon Vecna.
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