Sadie Sink Has Joined The Marvel Cinematic Universe
Whether they like it or not, every living actor (and perhaps some dead ones revived by CGI sorcery) will make an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are numerous possible parts for a young star in the forthcoming Phases of the MCU, but we think we have a solid lead on Sadie Sink, the breakthrough star of Stranger Things. Our research suggests that Sadie Sink will soon be entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the villainous Songbird for the Thunderbolts.
There have been multiple Thunderbolts teams in Marvel Comics, but the one that came up in the late ’90s after the Onslaught storyline is the most well-known. Sadie Sink is rumored to be playing Marvel’s Songbird, a villain who pretended to be a hero after everyone thought the Avengers and Fantastic Four were dead because of Professor X’s dark psyche turning into a world-destroying monster when he destroyed Magneto’s mind (comic crossovers are complicated). The character of Songbird is typically presented as having started as a disturbed adolescent (something Sadie Sink is no stranger to after her role in Stranger Things) before rising to the position of a group leader. With her acting talents and emotional intensity, Sadie Sink would be perfect for the role of a Marvel heroine torn between resentment of the world and the desire to be a hero.
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Though we still don’t have much to go on, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed some aspects of the impending Thunderbolts project at San Diego Comic-Con. There are a few villains we can probably expect to see, and we know the picture won’t be out until 2024 (at the earliest and given the number of delays blockbuster films seem to experience these days). Baron Zemo, formerly portrayed by Daniel Brühl in Captain America: Civil War and the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, will likely serve as Sadie Sink’s leader in Marvel’s greatest gang of covert lords of evil. Yelena Belova (Floriane Pugh), the United States Agent (Wyatt Russell), and other morally questionable characters featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe may also appear. Sadie Sink Has Joined The Marvel Cinematic Universe
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The character of Songbird is typically portrayed as having a troubled juvenile origin story (in which Sadie Sink already has experience thanks to Stranger Things) before evolving into the group’s leader. We have full faith that Sadie Sink will emerge here because she possesses the necessary spectacular hacks and close-to-home power to play a Marvel character torn between hatred of the world and a desire to become a legend.
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At San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, confirmed a few details about the upcoming Thunderbolts movie. We anticipate a couple of villains to emerge in the picture, and we know that it won’t be released until 2024 (at the earliest and given the number of delays major movies seem to face nowadays).
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Baron Zemo, originally portrayed by Daniel Brühl in the tie-in film Captain America: Civil War and the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier appears to be Sadie Sink’s driver in Marvel’s most notable gang of mystery specialists of detestable. Yelena Belova, played by Florence Pugh, the U.S. Specialist, played by Wyatt Russell, and a slew of other morally ambiguous MCU regulars are all possibilities.
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Marvel has a massive filmography in the works. Sadie Sink has been cast in several upcoming Marvel projects, including Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, Avengers: Secret Wars, Fantastic Four, Agatha: Coven of Chaos, and others. With Stranger Things coming to an end, fans are excited to witness Sadie Sink continue her remarkable ascent in the entertainment industry by joining another uber-establishment, the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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