Sydney Sweeney Ditches Bikini In New Horror Film Trailer
Sydney Sweeney in trading in her bikini in a new trailer for the film Immaculate. Neon debuted the promo Thursday (January 25) for Michael Mohan’s feature. Mohan has directed The Voyeurs, a 2021 thriller that Sweeney starred. In Immaculate, the White Lotus alum plays the starring role of Cecilia, a deeply religious woman who moves into a convent in the Italian countryside but soon learns that her new home holds terrifying secrets. The footage shows Sweeney’s character finding out about her miraculous pregnancy before her path takes a terrible turn. “I know God saved me for a reason, but I’m still searching for what that reason is,” Sweeney says in the trailer. With no shortage of jump scares, blood, and possessions, the trailer shows glimpses of what to expect from the horror film.
Álvaro Morte, Benedetta Porcaroli, Dora Romano, Giorgio Colangeli, and Simona Tabasco round out the cast. Immaculate is set to hit theaters on March 22. Fans appear to be impressed with Sweeney’s latest role in the horror genre, praising the trailer on Instagram. One fan commented: “she is working like the rent is DUEEEE.” Another said, “This is the most interesting horror trailer I’ve seen in so long.” A third said, “new scream queen incoming.” One fan praised, “Now have romantic comedy, comic book movie and horror released within a few short months of each other. Versatile movie star.” Watch the trailer below:
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Sweeney’s romantic comedy Anyone But You was released in theaters last month. The Euphoria actress will next be seen starring alongside Dakota Johnson in Madame Web, launching into theaters on Valentine’s Day. As we previously reported, Sweeney stated that she had to “fight” for roles in Hollywood following the mainstream success of Euphoria. She said it made it difficult for her to land roles going forward due to being typecast. “There’s always people who see me as Cassie or see me as Olivia,” she said. “They send me scripts that are just like that. It’s the ones I have to fight for that usually are the ones that I want that are different. Like Reality.”