Sony seems to have found its new golden goose. Revealed and popularized on the small skylight thanks to the series Euphoria and The White Lotus, Sydney Sweeney is now embarking on a career on the big screen. While studios have already cast her to join Dakota Johnson in the Spider-Verse for Spider-Man spin-off Madame Web, as well as the lead role in the upcoming adaptation of the dystopian novel The Registration, Sony has new ambitions for the actress. Deadline tells us that she will take over the iconic role of Jane Fonda in the new version of Barbarella. A character invented in 1962 by the Frenchman Jean-Claude Forest in the comic book series of the same name, the space explorer of the 12th century was embodied for the first time on screen by the American actress in 1968 in the film by Roger Vadim. While the world lives in peace, she is sent on a mission to try to stop the mad scientist Durand Durand whose weapon of mass destruction, the Positron, threatens the galaxy. -office but it quickly became cult. No writer or director is currently associated with the project, which has no announced release window. Sydney Sweeney will also produce the film via the production company she created.