Sydney Sweeney says that she developed a 'complex' script while under lockdown.

During the numbered days of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, Sydney Sweeney discovered her inner screenwriter.

The Euphoria singer stated in an interview with Variety that she got her brain wires moving under quarantine by composing a screenplay.

It may not make it to the big screen anytime soon, however, as the actress admitted it was "a little too complicated for people to wrap their heads around."

"It was cool and beautiful and bittersweet," Sweeney said, "but I look at it now as just a really cool exercise that I had for myself."

At only 25 years old, the White Lotus star already has a long list of notable credits to her name.

Most recently, she is scheduled to make her directorial debut with Glen Powell's upcoming romantic comedy, Anyone But You.

Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer, about the Manhattan Project, has become a major success with premium cinema aficionados,

Sweeney frequently finds herself attempting to accomplish multiple things at once in order to resist the expectations of a typical Hollywood actor and find "power in my femininity."

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