See Sydney Sweeney In A Short Black Skirt And Heels

Sydney Sweeney looks characteristically adorable in a black minidress in her newest Instagram post.

By Michileen Martin | Published

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Sydney Sweeney has had a busy week. On Monday the Euphoria star was in L.A. for the 74th Annual Emmy Awards, and the next day she was on the opposite coast in New York City for designer Tory Burch’s Spring 2023 show. While she was in the Big Apple, Sweeney made time to share a couple of shots of herself in a gorgeous black minidress, as you can see above.

Apparently, Sydney Sweeney doesn’t use her birthday as an excuse to slow down. The same night she attended the Emmys, Sweeney celebrated her 25th birthday. While she didn’t take home any of the awards, she has the bragging rights of being nominated for two Emmys the same year before even turning 25. She was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her signature role on Euphoria (which went instead to Ozark‘s Julia Garner), and for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie for her part in The White Lotus (an award her co-star Jennifer Coolidge brought home instead).

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Sydney Sweeney in Euphoria

She may not have won this year, but the way Sweeney’s career trajectory is going, there’s a good chance she’ll have more award nominations in her future. The Euphoria star will be appearing in the upcoming Marvel flick Madame Web; part of Sony’s Spider-Verse. There’s no word yet on who she’s playing but considering her increasing visibility in Hollywood it will no doubt be a character of consequence. We wouldn’t be surprised if she’s playing either a super-powered ally of the titular hero (who will be played by Dakota Johnson of Fifty Shades of Grey fame), or perhaps a villain.

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

According to the novel’s synopsis on Goodreads, in the world of The Registration every person is allowed to legally murder exactly one person during their life with two conditions: they must register the name of their intended victim, and they have only 14 days for the kill. The character Sydney Sweeney will play is waiting on line to register the name of the man who abused her when she was a girl when she hears her name being registered by someone else.

There’s no word on a release window or any director names for The Registration yet, but we know Sydney Sweeney will be taking a much larger hand in the project’s development. Along with 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 be handling the script.