The popular 2011 flick of Zack Snyder Sucker had brought a new revolution amidst fans on butt-stomping young girls in leather. It was considered to be one of a kind movie though critics had their comments to make.
The characters included Babydoll, Sweetpea, Rocket, Blondie, Amber and the essence of Zack’s double universe flavors.
Well, do you want to know what the stars are doing now?
Vanessa Hudgens as Blondie
Originally hailing from the house of Disney she added a bad girl frame in her character. But besides, she always had the music in her and years later she was breaking records in music.
Further, she did a prominent role in primetime TV and she keeps herself updated through her social media on her latest events.
Abbie Cornish as Sweet Pea
Prior to her role in Sucker Punch, she was into a series Bright Star as the lead. After doing Sucker Punch she had various characters played in films like RoboCop, Geostorm and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing as the sweet pea made her a different dimension to her career.
She was all over the news in 2018 when she came in rescue for the film Amma Asante’s movie where she acted alongside Amandla Stenberg and George Mackay. The very same year she played a character in Jack Ryan alongside John Krasinski. This is not all as Abbie gives a break to her movies or series to be a rapper as well.
Jena Malone as Rocket
As an actress for decades, Jena was part of Sucker Punch which helped her get more projects later. She did series like Hatfield’s & McCoys and her character as Johanna Mason in Hunger Games: Catching Fire was widely appreciated by the audience. She again worked with Zack Snyder for Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016. But her portions were deleted initially and then restored in home versions. Besides she also shared screen space with Tom Ford for Oscar Nominated Nocturnal Animals and also with Nicolas winding for “The Neon Demon the same year.
But currently, she has kept herself aside from films and has been doing her duty as a mom, photographer, and writer.
Jamie Chung as Amber
Her role in Sucker Punch helped her to find opportunities in films as she began her career by starring in MTV’s “The Real World.” After 2011 she has been seen frequently in Once Upon a Time portraying Mulan, and Go-Go Tomango in Big Hero 6, a character which she repeated from the Disney XD series.
Her other prominent role as Valerie Vale for Gotham and Blink on Fox in the X-Men series “The Gifted.” By 2019 she gave a voice-over for Sherwood’s animated Sci-fi reimagining of the Robin Hood legend for YouTube Premium.