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Sydney Bernice Sweeney, born on September 12, 1997, has made a significant mark in Hollywood as an American actress.

Her notable roles include appearances in the HBO drama series “Euphoria” (2019–present) and the anthology series “The White Lotus” (2021), which garnered her nominations for two Primetime Emmy Awards.

Sweeney initially caught attention in 2018 for her roles in the television series “Everything Sucks!” and “The Handmaid’s Tale,” as well as the limited series “Sharp Objects.” Her talent further shone through when she featured in Quentin Tarantino’s film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in 2019.

In 2023, Sweeney portrayed Reality Winner in the drama film “Reality” and starred in the romantic comedy “Anyone but You.” Following the success of “Anyone but You,” she solidified her position in Hollywood. However, amidst her rising popularity, rumors surfaced about her next career move.

Film critic Jeff Sneider reported in his newsletter that Sweeney, at the age of 26, had signed on to star in the supernatural thriller “Day Drinker,” alongside Johnny Depp, aged 60.

Johnny Depp’s career had faced challenges due to his public court case against ex-wife Amber Heard in 2022, leading to his relative shunning by Hollywood. Despite this, Depp’s latest film, the historical drama “Jeanne du Barry,” was produced in France and Belgium.

Sweeney neither confirmed nor denied her involvement in “Day Drinker,” instead, she tweeted about her latest film, the horror flick “Immaculate.

“Although Sneider stood by his report, Entertainment Weekly later stated that a representative for Sweeney had confirmed she was not involved in “Day Drinker.” This instance wasn’t the first time Sweeney dealt with potentially damaging rumors.

During the filming of “Anyone But You,” speculation arose about her and co-star Glen Powell having a real-life affair. However, they humorously addressed these rumors during Sweeney’s hosting of Saturday Night Live.

Sweeney’s approach to choosing scripts and projects is straightforward: they have to scare her. If a script presents a challenging aspect that evokes fear, she sees it as a sign to take on the project.

“Immaculate,” for instance, scared her not only because of its challenging role but also because she had auditioned for it a decade ago, when she was just 16.

Despite changes in the script over the years, the story continued to resonate with her. Hence, when she established her production company, Fifty-Fifty Films, and contemplated her next project, she immediately sought out the script for “Immaculate” and jumped at the chance to produce it.

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