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Sydney Sweeney confirms she will play Spider-Woman in ‘Madame Web’

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Actress Sydney Sweeney has confirmed her role as Julia Carpenter — aka Spider-Woman — in the upcoming “Madame Web” superhero movie from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios.  Sweeney discussed the role, as well as more intimate topics like her family’s politics and rumours of an off-screen romance with “Anyone But You” co-star Glen Powell during an interview with Variety.  “Sometimes I feel beat up by it,” Sweeney says of the constant rumors. “It’s hard to sit back and watch, and not be able to stand up for yourself.”  The “Euphoria” and “White Lotus” star detailed the 60th birthday party she threw for her mother in 2022.

The event prompted strict social media backlash as photos surfaced of partygoers in what looked-like Blue Lives Matter attire and MAGA-styled red baseball caps, later shown to read “Make Sixty Great Again.”  “There were so many misinterpretations. The people in the pictures weren’t even my family,” Sweeney claimed. “The people who brought the things that people were upset about were actually my mom’s friends from L.A. who have kids that are walking outside in the Pride parade, and they thought it would be funny to wear because they were coming to Idaho.”


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But Sweeney seemed less ruffled by rumours of her and “Anything But You” co-star Powell getting cozy off-screen. “It’s a rom-com,” she explained. “That’s what people want! Glen and I don’t really care.” Her role in the upcoming Marvel film marks new hero territory for the Hollywood star. She’ll act alongside Dakota Johnson, who’s playing “Madame Web,” in the title role.  “I was freaking out, of course,” Sweeney remembered. “I went straight to the comic store, and I bought every comic that mentioned my character.”  Sweeney said she is not concerned by the recent slump in box office success for superhero films. “I think it’s different from what people expect a superhero movie to be,” she said of her Spider-Woman role.  Sweeney’s interview with Variety was conducted in June, three weeks before the July 14 launch of the SAG-AFTRA strike.

Meanwhile, Sydney creates “character books” for every character she plays, listing their possible memories, relationships, and failures.

She told Big Issue magazine: “I approach all my characters in a very similar manner, where I build these character books for them. I build their entire life from the day they’re born to the first page of the script. Their memories, a timeline of their life, relationships etc. I did that for “Reality” as well, because I look at all my characters as real people that lie in a TV screen.”

She said: “When I first read it, I felt like I was in this box. I was trying to figure out how to find the freedom within it, because I’m usually very free with my dialogue and characters. And then after I actually spoke with ‘Reality’, I went back and reread it and I saw so much of her in it.

Indo-Asian News Service

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