Friday, February 3

Stranger Things Star Sadie Sink Joins The Marvel Cinematic Universe!

Eventually, whether they want to or not, every active actor will make an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are many roles that a young star could be playing in the upcoming Phases of the MCU

Sadie Sink

We know that Sadie Sink will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the Thunderbolts’ Songbird, also known as the antagonist Screaming Mimi. Sadie Sink is the breakout star of Stranger Things and is the most recent actor to join Marvel.

The Thunderbolts team has featured in several iterations in Marvel Comics, but the first one, which debuted in the late 1990s following the Onslaught crossover event, is the most well-known. Sadie Sink is rumoured to play Marvel’s Songbird, a criminal who first pretended to be a hero after the Avengers and Fantastic Four were believed to have perished when Professor Xavier’s negative personality transformed into a world-destroying monster after he erased his old foe Magneto’s memories.


Songbird is frequently shown as a disturbed young person who eventually rises to the position of group leader after the gang has been reformed. We sincerely hope that Sadie Sink will appear since she possesses the theatrical skills and emotional intensity necessary to portray a Marvel character torn between anger of the outside world and the desire to be a hero.

At San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige finally provided some information on the future Thunderbolts project, albeit there is still little to go on. There are a few villains we may guess will be in the movie, which won’t be published until 2024, as we already know.

Baron Zemo, who was previously portrayed by Daniel Brühl in the motion picture Captain America: Civil War and the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, would likely serve as Sadie Sink’s leader in Marvel’s biggest group of covert rulers of evil. Additionally, there’s a chance that we’ll see characters introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far like Wyatt Russell’s U.S. Agent, Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova, and a host of other morally dubious individuals.

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