In Australia, she is filming an R-rated romantic comedy.
On Monday, Sydney Sweeney suffered a wardrobe malfunction while filming a beach scene with her female co-stars in Sydney.
The 25-year-old Euphoria actress was spotted playing around the water in transparent white underwear when she accidentally lost her top.
Sydney did not appear to notice the nip slip, as she proceeded to splash around with her bikini-clad co-stars.
At one point, the Washington-born actress eagerly embraced her 28-year-old co-star, who was wearing a tiny bikini with a flowery print.
During the scene, Sydney displayed her stunning cleavage and tiny waist, leaving little to the imagination with a white bra with pink lace trimming and a bow in the center, and high-cut matching trousers.
She styled her hair into a messy bun and accessorized it with gold earrings and a necklace to match.
Sydney’s co-star Alexandra Shipp was also filming on the beach, and she looked amazing in an orange bikini top and black G-string bottoms.
The 31-year-old actress and singer exhibited eye-catching tattoos on her upper thigh.
With a pair of brown and black swimming trunks, 34-year-old leading guy Glen Powell is also featured in the scene, revealing his muscular body.
From the shore, a handful of camera operators and crew members filmed the activity.
Sydney and Hadley clasped hands briefly as they pranced on the dunes.
Sydney was seen jumping on Hadley’s back as they went into the water in a different clip.
When filming was complete, producers hurriedly wrapped the actors in towels and hid them behind a wall of Bunnings Warehouse umbrellas.
Sydney is no stranger to sultry on-screen appearances, having seen shirtless in the controversial HBO miniseries Euphoria.
Sweeney previously confessed she was ‘ashamed’ of her physique as a child, telling British GQ, ‘I never wanted to change in the locker room.’ Because of my physique, I believe I developed this strange reputation among others.
“Since I developed breasts before other females, I felt ostracised,” she continued.
To show that my physique does not define who I am, I participated in every sport, worked really hard in school, and did everything people would not expect me to accomplish.
Sydney is currently a trained MMA fighter and competed in grappling tournaments in high school.
In recent weeks, the star of White Lotus has been spotted filming in numerous Sydney areas, including the inner-city district of Surry Hills and the city’s eastern neighborhood of Double Bay.
Will Gluck, who directed the blockbuster romantic comedies Easy A and Friends with Benefits, helms her untitled romantic comedy.
The storyline of the R-rated picture is being kept under wraps, but the film’s cast will include Bryan Brown, Michelle Hurd, Hadley Robinson, and Darren Barnet, among others.
It is anticipated that the project would contribute $41 million to the economy of New South Wales and create more than 440 employment for the actors and crew.
“After two amazing experiences working on the Peter Rabbit films, my family and I have a strong connection to Sydney and Australia,” Gluck told IF of the project.
I’m really pleased to produce a film that showcases Sydney for Sydney, especially because I won’t have to crop out the Opera House.
Sydney is most known for her seductive performance in the film Euphoria, but she has recently been promoting her latest film, Reality.
Based on genuine events that occurred in the life of a lady called Reality Leigh Winner in 2017, Reality is a documentary film.
On June 3, the FBI surprised Reality, a 25-year-old former Air Force linguist, at her house in Augusta, Georgia.
She was questioned and ultimately charged with leaking evidence of Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election of Donald Trump to the online whistleblower website The Intercept.
The reality was given the harshest federal sentence ever imposed for the unauthorized distribution of government secrets to the media, five years and three months.
The film is only an hour and a half about the interrogation that occurred at her residence.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sydney discussed her experience portraying Reality.
She added, “I absolutely felt the weight of the significance of every word and every moment shared between these people because Reality had already lived a life.”
“Through my chats with Reality, I was able to fill in the blanks of this really fantastic occasion,”
She added, ‘So when you encounter this on-screen figure, you face Reality.
You only meet her for one day, but you get a feel of who she is, where she comes from, and what’s going through her mind as she tries to decide what to say to the FBI agents.
Tina Satter, who created the Broadway play Is This a Room, which was similarly about the questioning of Reality Winner, directed the film.
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