10 Movies And TV Shows Featuring The Cast Of “Euphoria”

With the season two finale fast approaching, hype for Euphoria has never been so high. The series, which was recently renewed for a third season, enjoyed high ratings for most of the second season. The series’ most recent episode, “A Thousand Little Trees Of Blood,” featured 5.1 million viewers between HBO and HBO Maxwhich is especially impressive considering the simulcast Super Bowl.

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Although it boasts a gritty, realistic high school life and a distinct visual style thanks to the creator Sam Levinson, the show is best known for the incredible cast of talent attached to the drama. Given their outstanding performance, it’s no surprise that Zendaya, Sydney Sweeneyand others have been involved in many other successful projects.

Zendaya- Spider-Man: No Coming Home

Of course, we had to start with the third highest-grossing film of all time. Euphoria’s particularly unreliable narrator made her third GM appearance, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) love interest and perpetually pessimistic best friend, in Spider-Man: No Coming Home. After playing a supporting role in Spider-Man’s first solo appearance in the MCU, Spider-Man: Homecomingthe Emmy winner saw her screen time increase significantly in the following two films.

While the future of MJ and Peter’s relationship is a bit hazy at the moment, it’s safe to assume the powers of Marvel will be desperate to bring the fan-favorite character back.


Sydney Sweeny – The White Lotus

Sydney Sweeney and Brittany O'Grady in The White Lotus

After a heartbreaking performance in the Euphoria Season 1 finale, Sydney Sweeney left in search of better days. This research led her to The White Lotus, by Mike White unexpected success set entirely in a tropical resort in Hawaii. The series followed a group of guests whose lives intertwine and fall apart during the holidays.

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Mixture of dark comedy with complex relationships and a hotel manager (Murray Bartlett) out of breath, audiences fell in love with the twisted characters checking in for an absolute vacation disaster. Luckily for fans, there isn’t too much time to wait before Season 2 arrives, although sadly Sydney Sweeney won’t be back for another trip.

Jacob Elordi – The Kissing Booth Trilogy

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Despite playing the dark, twisted, and often violent Nate Jacobs on Euphoria, audiences got to see another side to Jacob Elordi through his role as Noah Flynn in The kissing booth trilogy. Noah is almost the polar opposite of Nate; he is romantic, caring and often puts others before himself.

Given how compelling Elordi is in his portrayal of the unpredictable Nate, it can be nice for audiences to distance themselves from his antagonistic side and fall in love with a lighter, more palatable character. With all three Kissing Booth movies available on Netflix, there’s no shortage of Elordi fans.

Alexa Demi – Mid 90s

Mid 90s Alexa Demie

The second season of Euphoria was not kind to Maddy (Alexa Half). Not only did Cassie and Nate meet behind his back, but Nate also broke into his house and pressed a gun to his head. Luckily for Demie, things weren’t quite as dramatic (and certainly not as deadly) at A24. Mid 90s.

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The film follows Stevie (Sunny Suljic), a thirteen-year-old boy living in 1990s Los Angeles who must navigate his troubled home life and a new group of skateboarding friends. Given that Mid 90s was written and directed by the hilarious Jonah Hillit’s no surprise that the film is so charming and utterly enjoyable.

Maude Apatow – It’s 40


At just twenty-four years old, Maude Apatow has already put together a resume that any actor would be proud of. While we were out climbing trees and watching movies at the cinema, Maude was on film sets alongside her mother, Leslie Man and her sister, Iris Apatovin films directed by his father, Judd Apatow.

One of these apparitions happened It’s 40, a spiritual sequel to Apatow’s previous hit knocked up. Maude played Sadie, Pete’s eldest child (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Mann) enduring one of the most dysfunctional relationships ever brought to the screen. Maybe we should all dread turning forty.

Austin Abrams – Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was a delightfully creepy surprise when it hit theaters in 2019. Coming from the mind of Guillermo del Torothe film was dark and twisted, managing to keep audiences on the edge of their seats for the duration.

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austin abramswho plays the ridiculously charming Ethan on Euphoriaheld a small role in the film, being the first to be claimed by the sinister notebook that terrorizes a small group of friends in 1968. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was a huge hit with audiences, and excitement is high for the upcoming sequel which closely follow the traumatic work of Stephen Gammell.

Eric Dane – X-Men: The Last Stand

X-Men: The Last Stand Eric Dane

Eric Dane considers his role as Euphoria’s Cal Jacobs “a dream”, and it’s not hard to see why. The character allows him to show off his vast range as an actor, exuding power in one scene to desperately pleading for help in another, and his character is only going to run into more trouble as the character progresses. season advances.

However, it was not his first role that was admired by fans. While X-Men: The Last Stand Not particularly fondly remembered by fans, they certainly enjoyed Dane’s portrayal of Multiple Man, a criminally underutilized character in the film.

Storm Reid – The invisible Man

Storm Reid does not have an easy life on screen. Not only was she abandoned by her assassin father, Bloodshot (Idris Elbe), in The Suicide Squad and forced to watch her sister Rue relapse once more in the second season of Euphoriabut she was also terrorized by a psychopath in an invisible costume.

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Storm starred in Sydney in The invisible Man, Jack’s daughter (Aldis Hodge), a kind-hearted family man who welcomes Cecilia (Elizabeth Moss) after fleeing an abusive relationship. The film is a masterclass in the art of creating tension, thanks to the writer-director Leigh Whannelwhich brings a tremendous amount of realism to a premise that could easily have been silly in the wrong hands.

Sydney Sweeney – The Voyeurs

Sydney Sweeney The Voyeurs

Enjoying huge success in several television projects, Sydney Sweeney made the leap to film with The Voyeurs, in which she played central protagonist Pippa. The film follows Pippa and Thomas (Justice Smith), a young couple who move into their dream apartment only to become obsessed with the seemingly toxic couple who live across the street.

After seeing her shine in supporting roles, it was nice to see Sweeney really show off her talent in a lead role, effortlessly managing her character’s complex arc from dissatisfied girlfriend to force of revenge with which he have to count. A word of warning before watching this, try not to spy on your neighbors. It won’t end well.

Zendaya – The Greatest Showman

Zendaya's Greatest Showman

Is there anything Zendaya can’t do? She can make us laugh; she can make us cry and, impressively, she can play a song on repeat until we start to lose our minds. Of course, we’re referring to her performance as Anne Wheeler in the feel-good musical The greatest showman. His role as Rocky Blue in the hit Disney Channel series shake it helped her transition into the world of a musical, ensuring she was more than prepared to partake in complex, catchy and utterly enjoyable dance routines.

Fans loved his chemistry with Zac Efron and the rest of the cast, including Hugh Jackman, michelle williamsand Rebecca Ferguson. Although she’s just a supporting character, Zendaya certainly played a big part in the making of this movie, and let’s be honest. we’ve all spent far too long listening’rewrite the stars.’

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