Stranger Things Star, Sadie Sink Reveals Truth About MCU Rumors

It’s no surprise that casting rumours for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) are always swirling, given how many A-list celebrities are already a part of the franchise! The latest star rumoured to join the MCU is Sadie Sink. She has been gaining attention for her stand-out performances in Stranger Things and Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” music video. When asked about the MCU rumours during an interview with ExtraTV, Sink remained tight-lipped but didn’t deny the possibility of joining the cast. There’s no doubt that Sink would be a great addition to the MCU, and we’ll keep our fingers crossed that she gets cast in an upcoming film!

“Who wouldn’t want to be a superhero?” joked Sadie Sink.

When pressed about the rumours that she would join the MCU, Sadie Sink said, “Oh! I saw this. I can, and I deny these rumours. They’re… It is untrue. No, I’ve heard the rumours. (laughs) No, I have seen these rumours. But as of right now, they are wrong. (chuckles)” The following query posed to Sink was, “Would she want to join the MCU if the opportunity presented itself, especially with all the incredible Sadie Sink/MCU fan art doing the rounds on social media for a while now?” “Sure… Okay, I need to check out this fan art. Yes, if the proper superhero appears. But who wouldn’t want to play a superhero?”

When asked if she has her crosshairs firmly set on portraying a specific Marvel superhero, especially with fans picturing her as Jean Grey/Phoenix from the X-Men, who was previously portrayed by Game of Thrones actors Sophie Turner and Famke Janssen, Sadie Sink admitted, “I have to admit, I don’t really know much about the Marvel universe and which superheroes are available right now. I guess I’ll have to do some research and see who’s left!”

Sadie Sink and Brendan Fraser co-starred in the award-winning film The Whale, which garnered a six-minute standing ovation at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. Sadie Sink has been having a phenomenal few years professionally. The Whale, a film by Darren Aronofsky, debuts on December 9 in the US.

The Gren Wells-directed film Dear Zoe, in which Theo Rossi, Jessica Capshaw, and Justin Bartha also appear, was made available in the US on November 4. After the conclusion of Stranger Things 4 Part 2, those who are interested in learning Max Mayfield’s destiny will have to wait until the popular series’ conclusion, Stranger Things 5.