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Winona Ryder is very impressed with her “Stranger Things” co-stars, especially 20-year-old Sadie Sink, whom she compares to two of the greatest screen talents of all time in a new interview.
“Sadie is like Liv Ullmann,” Winona said during a recent interview with E! News. “She’s going to be like Meryl Streep.”
Ryder worked with the icon on 1993’s “The House of the Spirits.”
He also praised co-star Millie Bobby Brown, who wore a wig during Season 4 that reminded many of a younger Winona.
“It was crazy to see her like that,” Ryder said of the comparison. “When I was that age, I had dyed my hair black [hair], goth happening. But there’s definitely a resemblance.”
Ryder praised his young “Stranger Things” co-stars in a recent interview. fake images
Brown, 18, recently turned heads at the “Stranger Things” season 4 premiere, where she donned a one-shoulder satin Louis Vuitton gown while walking the red carpet with her boyfriend, Jake Bongiovi.
“I continue to be amazed by these children,” she added. “I was his age when the show takes place. These kids are just magical.”
“I am very protective and have mixed feelings about children in the industry. But we really hit the nail on the head with these kids,” Ryder said of his co-stars. Getty Images
“Everyone is so talented. Just kind, good people,” Ryder continued. “I am very protective and have mixed feelings about children in the industry. But we really scored with these kids. It’s been great watching them grow.”
Sink has also spoken highly of Ryder before, telling HungerTV in 2017 that he considers the Oscar-nominated star a down-to-earth “icon.”
“So cool,” she said of working with the veteran actress. â€œMy mother had seen her in everything. She’s this icon from the ’80s and ’90s. But to me she’s just Winona.”