Stranger Things star Winona Ryder got dumped by her stalker

Carla Harmon
August 10, 2016

"I've been called a c**t to my face by someone who was just saying they were a fan", she remembered. And I think by doing that, maybe coupled with my physical size, there's this "crazy" thing.

As this is the final episode of Stranger Things I will be breaking down for 80s references, Chapter 8 is being handled by Vic Sage, I would like to add how pleased I am with how they have handled this story being set in 1983. "To do what I do, I have to remain open", she says, arguing that those terms - sensitive, vulnerable - are often used as shorthand for weakness. "And I hear that terrible people could then - I say that, and it makes me sound too sensitive".

Instagram, in particular, has seen an influx of Stranger Things fan art that I haven't ever seen from any other show or movie before, certainly not any Netflix show. Two kids, deadbeat dad, working her a** off. "Who wouldn't be anxious?'". One of them is the perception the media and the industry has on her image.

Multiply that times a thousand for Paul Lester, digital content specialist for the US Energy Department, who just binge-watched Netflix's "Stranger Things".

During an interview with NY magazine's, The Cut, Ryder spoke about how she was branded as "crazy". She'll be reprising her role as Lydia in Beetlejuice 2. "There were times when I let it feel too overwhelming and nearly, like, shamed, but I had to get over that".

What's more, Ryder said she has no regrets about opening up about her mental state almost two decades ago.

Winona stated that during this time it was hard to find roles that were outside of the box she was stuck in. For us, as great as Winona Ryder was (and she really was fantastic), there were so many stand outs in this cast.

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