Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney in a short black dress

Sydney Sweeney has had a busy week. The Euphoria star was in L.A. at the 74th Annual Emmy Awards, and the next day she was up the opposite coast in New York for designer Tory Burch’s Spring 2023 show.

While in the Big Apple, Sweeney took the time to share a few snaps of herself in a gorgeous black mini dress as you can see below.

Sydney Sweeney is clearly not using her birthday as an excuse to slow down. Sydney celebrated her 25th birthday the same night she attended the Emmys.

Even though she didn’t take home any of the awards, she has the right to be nominated for two Emmys in the same year before she was even 25 years old.

She was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her lead role in Euphoria (which went to Ozark’s Julia Garner instead) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or a Movie for her role in White Lotus (the award instead brought by her representative Jennifer Coolidge).

She may not have won this year, but the way Sweeney’s career is going, there’s a good chance she’ll have more award nominations in the future. Euphoria stars in the upcoming Marvel film Madame Web; part of Sony’s Spider-Verse.

There’s no word yet on who she’s playing, but given her growing visibility in Hollywood, it’s sure to be a major character. We wouldn’t be surprised if she played either a super-powered ally of the titular hero (who will be played by Fifty Shades of Grey’s Dakota Johnson) or possibly a villain.

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Sydney Sweeney soon will be seen in her upcoming project The Registration.

Perhaps the most interesting project announced by Sydney Sweeney is tied to what sounds a bit like The Purge franchise films, but with a narrower focus. In the upcoming thriller, The Registration Sydney Sweeney will be seen playing a woman on the run in a world where murder on a limited basis is legal. The film is based on Madison Lawson’s debut novel of the same name, which is scheduled to be released on the 27th.

According to the novel’s synopsis on Goodreads, each person in the world of The Registration can legally murder exactly one person in their lifetime, with two conditions: they must register the name of their intended victim, and they only have 14 days to kill.

The character, who will be played by Sydney Sweeney, is waiting in line to register the name of the man who abused her when she was a girl when she hears that someone else has registered her name.

There’s no word yet on a release window or director names for The Registration, but we do know that Sydney Sweeney will have a much bigger hand in the development of the project.

In addition to starring in The Registration, Sweeney will produce alongside Brad Fuller (A Quiet Place). The writing team of Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, who co-wrote The Night House, will take care of the screenplay.









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