LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 05: (L-R) Hunter Schafer and Zendaya attend HBO's "Euphoria" Season 2 Photo Call at Goya Studios on January 05, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for HBO)
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The Best Movies Starring The Euphoria Cast You Need To See
No Way Home
"Euphoria" is a brutally honest depiction of drug addiction and recovery, with Zendaya earning two Primetime Emmys for her fearless portrayal of its flawed protagonist Rue Bennett. Zendaya appears as Michelle "M.J." Jones — Peter Parker's love interest — in the newest iteration of the "Spider-Man" saga, a franchise that puts her through a similar type of hell.
Trans actress Hunter Schafer draws on her own experiences and her favorite anime series, "Neon Genesis Evangelion," to bring her character Jules Vaughn to life in "Euphoria." Schafer also lent her voice to the popular girl Ruka in the 2021 anime film "Belle," who helps protagonist Suzu in her quest.
North Hollywood
Contrary to norms, "Euphoria" depicts drug dealer Fezco (Angus Cloud) as one of the kindest and most compassionate characters in the large ensemble. In the skateboard drama "North Hollywood," Cloud plays Walker, who tries to guide newbie Michael through the world of professional skateboarding.
The doe-eyed actress Sydney Sweeney enjoys playing Cassie Howard, the messy high school girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. In a reversal of the relationship with her on-screen sister Lexi in "Euphoria," Sweeney plays a twin standing in the shadow of her sibling in Zu Quirke's horror film "Nocturne."
Jacob Elordi's Nate Jacobs is a tall, dark, and handsome football player whose popularity is matched only by a massive well of anger lurking just below the surface. In the horror anthology "The Mortuary Collection," Elordi is Jake, a frat boy who tricks women into having unprotected sex, only to find himself pregnant with a monstrous baby after a one-night stand.