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Current Projects

Okja (2017)
Lily as Red
Director: Joon Ho Bong
Status: Filming
Release: 2017
A young girl named Mija risks everything to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend - a massive animal named Okja.
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To the Bone (2017)
Lily as Ellen
Director: Marti Noxon
Status: Completed
Release: 2017
A young woman is dealing with anorexia. She meets an unconventional doctor who challenges her to face her condition and embrace life.
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The Last Tycoon (2016)
Lily as Cecelia Brady
Director: Billy Ray
Status: Completed
Release: July 28 on Amazon Prime
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Unfiltered

Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me
Status: Completed
Release: March 07, 2017
Purchase: Amazon | Harper Collins
In this groundbreaking debut essay collection, featuring never-before-seen photos, actress Lily Collins is opening a poignant, honest conversation about the things young women struggle with: body image, self-confidence, relationships, family, dating, and so much more... continue reading.

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Jul
29
2017

“The Last Tycoon” Screen Captures

Author: Jess       Category: Screen Captures ,The Last Tycoon       Comments: 0

I’ve added some screen captures of The Last Tycoon to the gallery! I’ll update the list as new episodes are added.



Jul
28
2017

Gallery Update: “The Last Tycoon”

Author: Jess       Category: Posters ,Screen Captures ,Stills ,The Last Tycoon       Comments: 0

I’ve added posters, stills, and “Pilot” screen captures of The Last Tycoon to the gallery. The rest of the episodes screen captures will be added very soon!



Jul
28
2017

“The Last Tycoon” Takes History as Seriously as Style

Author: Jess       Category: News & Articles ,The Last Tycoon       Comments: 0

The Last Tycoon Takes History as Seriously as Style

The Last Tycoon, which is available to stream on Amazon Prime now, presents a heightened version of 1930s Hollywood, but it’s not exactly a fantasy.

Based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished final novel, the series stars Matt Bomer as Monroe Stahr, a brilliant young movie producer who has complicated relationships with his boss, studio head Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer); the boss’ daughter Celia (Lily Collins), who wants to be a producer against her father’s wishes; and Kathleen Moore (Dominique McElligott), an Irish waitress who reminds him of his deceased movie star wife Minna Davis.

In a big picture way, it’s about the Golden Age of Hollywood, when the big studios and the larger-than-life men who ran them controlled show business, for good and for ill. The show captures the era’s glitz and glamour, but also the dark underbelly of what was going on politically and socially as the Great Depression raged and Hitler rose to power and exerted his influence in Hollywood before the start of World War II. Race and gender and class are all in play, as are the never-ending conflicts of labor vs. management and art vs. commerce.

The show’s creative team plays around with fact and fiction, but makes it a point to be grounded in the time period. The main characters are fictitious, but they’re inspired by real people — Stahr is based on producer Irving Thalberg, while Brady is sort of like Columbia Pictures founder Harry Cohn — and they interact with real historical figures like director Fritz Lang (played by Iddo Goldberg), whom Stahr hires to work on his flagship film. Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and historian and Fitzgerald expert A. Scott Berg is a consulting producer on the show, and he helps make sure actual facts get inserted into the show.

“There were so many things that I learned about that seem outrageous but actually happened,” says Lily Collins.

For example, the show includes Georg Gyssling, who was Hitler’s man in Hollywood. He monitored studio activities and censored scripts for the Nazis with studio cooperation. It’s a dark chapter in Hollywood history, and The Last Tycoon doesn’t shy away from it.

But The Last Tycoon is also about the sensuous pleasures of beautiful lighting and luxurious interiors and gorgeous clothing. The costumes were designed by Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant, who previously worked on Deadwood and Mad Men.

“I’m a fashion gal through and through,” says Collins, who says that getting to wear the costumes was a great perk of the job. “I’ve grown up loving design and seeing stylists and costume designers as true artists and Janie Bryant is a genius and this period is so beautiful for women, the shapes and colors and patterns. To get to immerse myself in that way every day was a gift and such a treat. All the fittings with Janie really helped create my character and that was part of the fun every day.”

Grammer, Collins and McElligott were all especially fond of the hats they got to wear. “Celia is a hat girl,” says Collins. “She wears a lot of hats, literally and figuratively.”

“We all wear quite a few hats, I think,” says McElligott. “I had a nice hat when I was a tour guide. I liked that hat. It was quite jaunty.”

“It’s a rich canvas, it looks really good,” says Grammer. He praises the work cinematographer Daniel Moder and production designer Patrizia von Brandenstein did in creating the world of the show. “Maybe it’s a fantasized world a little bit, but it sure looks good,” he says. “It’s sumptuous. It’s fun to go there and play.”

The Last Tycoon‘s entire first season is streaming now on Amazon Prime.

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Jul
27
2017

“The Last Tycoon” Premiere

Author: Jess       Category: Appearances Photos       Comments: 0

Lily attended the The Last Tycoon premiere at the Harmony Gold Preview House and Theater in Hollywood, California (July 27). Lily also attended the after party at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, California.




Jul
27
2017

The New Potato: Actress Lily Collins

Author: Jess       Category: Interviews       Comments: 0

Actress Lily Collins

On Dinner With Audrey Hepburn, Earl Grey Tea & Renaissance Fairs

We sat down with the beauty Lily Collins (#eyebrowgoals) – star of Amazon’s The Last Tycoon, which comes out tomorrow – to discuss everything from restaurants, beauty routines, body image and Renaissance fairs. The actress shared her love of tea (she prefers it to coffee), her affinity for gluten-free baking, and her dream dinner party (Audrey Hepburn makes an appearance). We know you’ll be as smitten with this interview – and her authentic nature – as we are; we’d even forgo our coffee-addiction if it means tea time with Collins…

From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?
I love oatmeal, so in the morning I would probably have some form of oatmeal with cinnamon and vanilla. I like it kind of sweet, so it tastes like a treat – like a dessert with some fruit. For lunch, I would probably try to keep it lighter, like a salad with grilled fish or a piece of salmon with some quinoa or a grain. I always have a Chai or Earl Grey tea at some point during the day. I don’t drink coffee; I’m a tea girl , that’s my form of caffeine. For dinner, I’m a huge sushi fan. I also love a really good Indian Curry. What I love the most about going out with my friends for dinner, though, is that they’ll surprise me, and we’ll go somewhere new. Sometimes, the surprise meals are the best because you can’t pre-plan your menu. For dessert, I’d go to Salt & Straw; I just went there for the first time, and they have the most amazing vegan coconut Stracciatella. I like places that have options. My ideal day would, honestly, be having someone take me out to experiment with different things.

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Jul
27
2017

Build Presents “The Last Tycoon”

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Jul
15
2017

“To the Bone” Screen Captures

Author: Jess       Category: Screen Captures ,To The Bone       Comments: 0

I’ve added some screen captures of Lily as Ellen in the Netflix film To the Bone (2017). To the Bone is available to stream on Netflix!

Warning: viewers may find some images distressing






Jul
14
2017

“Okja” Screen Captures

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Jun
22
2017

Lily for Shape Magazine

Author: Jess       Category: News & Articles       Comments: 0

Lily Collins Opens Up About Past Eating Disorders and a New Sense of Body Pride in Shape Magazine

In this exclusive first look at the July-August 2017 issue of Shape magazine, Lily Collins is once again getting candid about her past struggles with eating disorders.

“I never dreamed I’d be posing in a bikini on the cover of Shape. It’s a complete 180 for me. It’s a magazine about what it means to be healthy,” the actress reveals.

“I used to see healthy as this image of what I thought perfect looked like—the perfect muscle definition, etc. But healthy now is how strong I feel. It’s a beautiful change, because if you’re strong and confident, it doesn’t matter what muscles are showing. Today I love my shape. My body is the shape it is because it holds my heart.”

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