Sydney Sweeney is working on another another project. For the psychological horror movie Immaculate, she will rejoin with her The Voyeurs director Michael Mohan. Sweeney will play Cecilia in Immaculate, a devoted young woman who is offered a new job in a renowned monastery in Italy. Although she is welcomed with open arms, the surrounding Italian landscape is stunning, and Cecilia finds her new vocation to be spiritually rewarding, she quickly discovers that the convent is hiding some pretty dreadful secrets.
Sweeney will produce the film in addition to portraying the lead; it was written by Andrew Lobel. Before landing her Emmy-nominated breakthrough role as troubled teen Cassie Howard on HBO’s Euphoria, Sweeney had recurring parts in The Handmaid’s Tale and Sharp Objects, as well as a small role in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as a member of the Manson Family.
She received praise for her emotional delivery of the series’ troubling and provocative content. She appeared in the first season as well. She also played the caustic, disgruntled young Olivia Mossbacher in the first season of The White Lotus, for which she received a second Emmy nomination.
Her upcoming projects include the Sony Marvel superhero film Madame Web, the New Mexico drama National Anthem, the Universal thriller The Caretaker, and the Sony reboot of Barbarella, where she will play the title space-faring heroine. The latter two she will executive produce. Additionally, Sweeney will be back for Season 3 of Euphoria, which will start production in 2019. The Voyeurs, an erotic thriller for Amazon, and the short-lived Netflix teen dramedy Everything Sucks!