Sydney Sweeney's on-screen sizzle with Glen Powell: More than just acting
Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell turn heads at CinemaCon with their upcoming R-rated romantic comedy Anyone but You, sparking rumors and excitement with their undeniable chemistry.
Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney (Source: Vox)
Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell have recently captivated audiences at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, stirring up anticipation for their latest project, Anyone but You. This romantic comedy, announced in early 2023, has been creating waves since its production in Australia. The duo's palpable on-screen chemistry, evident from paparazzi shots, has left fans eagerly speculating.
The film, directed by Will Gluck, features a stellar cast, including Dermot Mulroney, Alexandra Shipp, and Rachel Griffiths. Set for a December 15 release by Sony, it offers a modern twist on Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing.' In this "enemies to lovers" story, college rivals reunite, leading to unexpected romance.
At CinemaCon, Sweeney and Powell shared intriguing details about their roles, hinting at a fiery dynamic. "Sydney plays a character who is a real nightmare," Powell quipped, with Sweeney retorting, "And Powell's character is an asshole." Their characters' clash takes place in a romantic setting, adding a unique flavor to the plot.
Surprisingly, Anyone but You is an R-rated venture, straying from the typical rom-com mold. Screen Rant revealed that the movie includes notable nudity, adding an edgy twist to the romantic narrative. The actors' chemistry was evident during their CinemaCon presentation, with playful banter hinting at a deep connection.
Their interaction sparked rumors about the nature of their relationship. Despite both being in relationships at the time, with Sweeney engaged to Jonathan Davino, speculation was rife after People magazine reported Powell's recent breakup with Gigi Paris. The buzz around their partnership has only intensified since.
As we look back, the anticipation for Anyone but You speaks volumes about the evolving landscape of romantic comedies and the captivating power of on-screen chemistry. Sweeney and Powell have certainly set the stage for a memorable cinematic experience.
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