Sydney Sweeney was completely attractive in a black gown as she attended the world premiere of Madame Internet in Los Angeles on Monday, February 12. The actress sported a strapless gown, with a design made to appear to be a spider net as she walked the purple carpet. She additionally sported an extended, fringe skirt with lengthy tassels to finish her outfit, which completely complimented her signature blonde locks.
Sydney wasn’t the one actress who went for a spider web-inspired gown for the night. Her co-star Dakota Johnson had the same concept with a sheer chain gown for the occasion, which additionally resembled a spider’s net. The 2 women posed on the purple carpet for a spectacular photograph collectively.
Within the movie, Dakota performs the titular Cassandra Webb, who turns into the superhero Madame Internet. Sydney performs Julia Cornwall, who turns into one of many Spider-Girls. Celeste O’Connor performs Mattie Franklin, who’s the opposite Spider-Lady. Isabela Merced performs Anya Corazon who’s the superhero Araña. The film is ready to hit theaters on Wednesday, February 14.
The Euphoria actress is not any stranger to displaying off glamorous seems to be whereas at red-carpet occasions. Over the summer season, she rocked a plunging leather-based gown whereas at Selection’s “Energy of Younger Hollywood” occasion. Earlier than that, she regarded stunning in a black, sheer gown on the Actuality premiere.
Forward of the Madame Internet premiere, Sydney had shared that she was excited to play her character and revealed that she campaigned for a really particular entrance in a BTS interview shared on social media earlier in February. “One of many comedian drawings that I noticed of Julia was all the time the wrong way up, toes collectively, very ballet, aerialist strikes,” the Anybody However You star mentioned. “I begged and begged and begged to have my character drop from the ceiling as a result of that’s simply what Julia would’ve carried out. We’ve got a number of images of me, simply hanging the wrong way up, ready for motion.”