Sydney Sweeney is crazy about Marvel

He is one of the stars of the moment and loves Marvel movies. Sounds like Sydney Sweeney is just as much of a fan as all of us.

Sydney Sweeney is crazy about Marvel movies. Speaking to Total Film magazine, the protagonist of Madame Web and one of the great stars of Euphoria along with Zendaya has highlighted the female co-stars with whom she will share the screen in her superhero film debut. Speaking of her enthusiasm for the film, the actress exclaimed that she “couldn’t be more excited.” And that she “can’t wait to be able to talk about her” more openly when the time comes.

He then praised his co-stars (Dakota Johnson, Isabela Merced and Celeste O’Connor) recalling how much fun they had and sharing how excited she is to have a group of powerful women grab the spotlight in Marvel movies. “I can’t wait to be together with the girls I filmed with: Dakota, Isabela and Celeste,” said Sydney Sweeney. “We had a lot of fun together. And I’m so excited that it’s going to be a powerhouse of badass women for the world to see.”

The actress of ‘Euphoria’ is a great lover of superheroes

Sydney Sweeney at Marvel Studios
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Sydney Sweeney also spoke to Elle this past October 2022 about her role in the Marvel movies. A role he fought for before joining the cast of Madame Web. “I fought for the character,” admitted the interpreter. “It’s been a really incredible journey that I’m very, very excited to be a part of.” Also, in her most recent interview, the Euphoria star recalled how superheroes have been such a big part of her life.

The actress publicly acknowledged that he’s seen Marvel Studios’ Avengers probably 20-30 times with their parents. She couldn’t help but laugh as she pointed out how happy she made those closest to her to be in the Madame Web movie. “Superheroes have been my whole life! Those movies are all my parents wanted to go see. I think I’ve seen ‘The Avengers’ about 20 or 30 times. My family loves them. I couldn’t have made them happier choosing to do this project,” Sydney Sweeney said.