"I'd really love a spin-off series of Stranger Things where they're just doing normal day to day activities [laughs]...I want to see Dustin shopping for groceries. I'd love to see them not have to deal with all the crazy supernatural stuff. So I guess to answer your question, I hope she gets to be a real human for once."
There's something about Sadie! In the past year, she’s wrapped filming season four of Stranger Things (with a captivating performance that proves she’s one of the best actors of her generation), taken on the role of Ziggy in Fear Street, and broken the internet in Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” short film. So, anyone that sidelined Sink’s trajectory to solely Stranger Things was catastrophically wrong. But what is next for Sadie Sink? Perhaps she’ll return to the stage, perhaps she’ll write a film. Or, perhaps she’ll take some time off fighting supernatural forces and play, simply, Sadie Sink for a change. Who better to unearth the truth than her brother, Mitchell Sink. With whom, her whole acting career first started. Covering our Summer 2022 issue, Hawkins’ resident cool girl – Sadie Sink – tells her brother what it’s really like growing up with demogorgons and dizzying fame.
“For sure, this album is easily my best work to date. I’m really confident in it and it sets me apart from my peers… All the music is made from scratch this time and most of the lyrics were written as the beats were being made. I’ve been so incredibly hands on this time, I’ve touched every inch of the songs.”
From gaining recognition from industry giants such as Drake and Pharrell to becoming the internet’s latest boyfriend, Louisville-hailing rapper Jack Harlow has without a doubt propelled himself to centre stage over the past 18 months. Breaking onto the scene during the heights of lockdown with his viral TikTok anthem “Whats Poppin”, Harlow has gone on to climb various charts across the globe and break records.
Dropping his sophomore album Come Home the Kids Miss You today and with his acting debut in the remake of the 1992 film White Men Can’t Jump on the horizon, Harlow assures us that this is just the start. Covering our Summer 22 issue in Tommy Hilfiger, the artist breaks down his rapid rise to fame, being his authentic self and how his idyllic date would be shopping in Target."