Did You Know Sydney Sweeney Has Been in a Film With Hollywood Legends Including Leonardo, Tarantino, and Margot Robbie?

Published 03/17/2023, 7:30 PM EDT

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Among the Hollywood stars that are currently leaving a mark in the Hollywood industry, Sydney Sweeney is the fastest to rise to prominence. The actress is a chameleon when it comes to getting into her characters and her filmography is as diverse as the colors of a rainbow. While Sweeney has worked hard to make sure that any project that has her name on it sells, in her earlier days she shared the screen with veterans of Hollywood.

Sweeney’s filmography is a cut above the rest for many reasons, and one of them is probably the star power that it holds.

When did Sweeney work together with Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie?


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While it is unclear if the guide to becoming a Hollywood legend includes working with Hollywood legends as a chapter, Sydney Sweeney definitely played her cards right when she stood tall next to veterans such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Brad Pitt in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood in 2019. In Quentin Tarantino’s star-studded project, Sweeney played the role of Snake or Diane Lake.

Given the fact that Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Brad Pitt were front runners of the project, Sweeney understandably had a small role to play. However, the actress made the best of the opportunity and left an impact on the audience throughout its runtime.

Given that it was a Quentin Tarantino film, arguably one of the greatest directors of all time, Sweeney, who had yet to score her blockbuster role in Euphoria, made the cut purely through her acting brilliance.


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Why did Sydney Sweeney give a “f***ed” letter to Quentin Tarantino?

The Euphoria actress has often reflected on her days as a struggling actor and how much it took away from her and her family. Therefore, the need and stakes to score a role in the Oscar-nominated movie were high for Sweeney. And in such cases, the actress concluded that an in-character love letter to Charles Manson, a criminal, was the only way to seal the deal.


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“It was like a fu**ed up love letter,” she told tmrw magazine once. The director was so impressed with it that he asked if he could keep the letter. We hope Quentin Tarantino was impressed enough to make a movie starring Sydney Sweeney in a lead role.

Did you know that the actress has worked with such veterans? Let us know in the comments below.



Aliza Siddiqui

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Aliza Siddiqui is a writer at Netflix Junkie. She headed the Korean Wave team at a reputed organization for over a year and had over 1000 published articles on the subject to her name. She is currently persuing a degree in Psychology from Ewing Christin College.