Sydney Sweeney in a sultry red dress as Jessica Rabbit
Fans have gone crazy recently Sydney Sweeneyher red crystal dress at the Berlin International Film Festival. The actress shared photos of herself in the stunning outfit, thanking the festival for the warm reception of her new film.
Sweeney’s comments section was flooded with praise from fans for the glamorous look, saying she channeled the popular fictional character, Jessica Rabbit. The red piece was not the only look of the actress that evening, as she also changed into a black beaded piece by Armani.
Sweeney also spoke to the press about her role in the movie “Reality,” which follows the story of infamous whistleblower Reality Leigh Winner. The actress said that she carefully studied her character’s mannerisms and speech and even met the Reality itself.
Read on to learn more.
Sydney Sweeney Shocked In A Red Dress
Sydney Sweeney caught the attention of her fans with her latest appearance on the red carpet at the Berlin International Film Festival. Among the multiple stunning looks, one stood out the most, a shimmering Miu Miu dress covered in red crystals. The ensemble was formed by Molly Dickson for the premiere of Sweeney’s new film, “Reality”.
Sweeney shared several photos of herself in the beautiful red dress. In her caption, the “Euphoria” actress thanked the Berlin Film Festival for “welcoming our short film Váloság with open arms.” She also added: “It couldn’t have been a more magical night with everyone and a big thank you to @mumiu for creating my dream dress.”
Grayling Page six, Sweeney completed her sparkling red dress with a fresh hairstyle; curtain bangs styled by celebrity hairstylist Glen Coco. Celebrity nail artist Ganzorigt Zola added the signature ‘glaze’ nail look to Sweeney.
Fans think she can play a perfect Jessica Rabbit
Thousands of Sweeney’s followers quickly flooded the comment section of her post about the gorgeous red look. Many fans also compared her dress to that of the iconic curvy cartoon character, Jessica Rabbit. One such comment read: ‘Jessica Rabbit is cute for lending her dress’, while another said ‘Jessica Rabbit live-action’, hinting that the star could play Rabbit in a film remake.
One comment referenced Jessica Rabbit’s famous catchphrase, “It’s not bad, it’s just how it was drawn.” However, according to some fans, Sweeney’s style was more reminiscent of another famous movie star, Marilyn Monroe. One fan commented: “Kim K is trying to call herself the Marylin (sic) of today… No I think Sydney.”
Sydney Sweeney had a different jawline
The sparkly red piece wasn’t Sweeney’s only notable outfit from the Berlin Film Festival. The “White Lotus” actress also wore a sheer black beaded dress by Armani to the brand’s Harper’s Bazaar dinner. Another stunning outfit was an Alexander McQueen suit with cutouts and silver and crystal accents.
Sweeney sizzled in every outfit she wore, especially when she posed on the red carpet with supermodel Barbara Palvin and actress Sadie Sink. At another photo shoot, the actress cheerfully communicated with photographers, in fact spin to show detailed design of her dress.
Sydney Sweeny talks about her ‘real life’ role
During interviews with the press at the film festival, Sweeney talked about her role on “Reality,” including her preparation process. The film covers the true story of American whistleblower Reality Leigh Winner, who leaked secret documents to the press about Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election.
Sweeney himself played the role of Winner and said in many interviews that he studied clips of Winner extensively to learn his speech and mannerisms. The actress said that this visual research helped her win the audition, and her conversations with Winner helped a lot after that.
He said lawsuit Deadline“I have already had the honor and privilege of communicating with Reality. I could zoom in on it. Tina connected us and I messaged her throughout the process.” He later added: “I was like, ‘Omg, this is an actor’s dream because I’m talking to the real person and getting into their mind and what they’ve been through in their life.’