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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. IMDB | Info | Pictures | News
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. IMDB | Info | Pictures | News
The Last Tycoon (2016)
Lily as Cecelia Brady Director: Billy Ray Status: Completed Release: July 28 on Amazon Prime IMDB | Info | Pictures | News
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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The move comes as Amazon continues to tighten its financial belt amid a search for a broad hit.
The Hollywood Reporter – Amazon has canceled its F. Scott Fitzgerald period drama The Last Tycoon, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
The decision arrives days after the retail giant/streamer made an about-face and canceled another Fitzgerald drama, the previously renewed Z: The Beginning of Everything, starring Christina Ricci as the author’s wife, Zelda Fitzgerald.
Amazon had spent roughly $7 million during preproduction on the scrapped season of Z. The cancellations come as what sources say is larger belt-tightening going on at the outlet as it looks for a large-scale hit.
The streamer is now beginning to rack up a series of one-and-done shows, with Last Tycoon, Z and 1970s Newsweek period drama Good Girls Revolt joining drama Mad Dogs.
The pricey Last Tycoon was picked up to series last year and began streaming on July 28. While Amazon, along with Netflix and Hulu, doesn’t release viewership information, the drama debuted to mixed reviews from critics (its score sits at 53 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and 57 percent on Metacritic).
TheLast Tycoon starred Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer and Lily Collins, and its nine episodes centered on the machinations of the Hollywood studio system in the 1930s. The show was based on the unfinished novel of the same name by the Great Gatsby and This Side of Paradise author which centered on the character Monroe Starr, who was modeled after producer Irving Thalberg.
VARIETY – Lily Collins is set to star opposite Nicholas Hoult in Fox Searchlight and Chernin Entertainment’s J.R.R. Tolkien biopic “Tolkien.”
Collins will play Edith Bratt, Tolkien’s great love, and eventual wife who inspired the elven princess characters in the Lord of the Rings” saga. Finnish director Dome Karukoski will helm the movie.
The film’s script by David Gleeson and Stephen Beresford focuses on the author as he finds friendship, love, and artistic inspiration among a group of classmates prior to the outbreak of World War I in 1914. He served in the British armed forces from 1916 to 1920, then wrote the three “Lord of the Rings” novels while working at Pembroke College. Tolkien died in 1973.
Fox Searchlight and Chernin Entertainment have been developing the project since 2013. Tolkien’s epic novels served as the basis for the film trilogies “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit.”
“The Hobbit” was first published in 1937. Tolkien then wrote “The Lord of the Rings” between 1937 and 1949 as what was initially intended to be a sequel, but the story became much larger — and ultimately one of the best-selling novels of all time with more than 150 million copies sold.
Collins is coming off the Sundance pic “To the Bone,” which earned her some of the reviews of her career. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for that film and recently released it this past July. She was also seen in the Netflix movie “Okja” and has a starring role on the Amazon drama series “The Last Tycoon.”
She is repped by CAA, LBI Entertainment, and Definition Entertainment.
Lily has received her first Golden Globe nomination! Congratulations to Lily, we are all so proud!
Best actress, musical or comedy
Annette Bening (20th Century Women) Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply)
Hailee Steinfeld (The Edge of Seventeen)
Emma Stone (La La Land)
Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins)
Lily Collins Joins New Anthony Lucero Movie Based On ‘The Clown’
EXCLUSIVE: Lily Collins has joined the cast of Anthony Lucero’s next movie, which is based on his long poem The Clown. Set against the backdrop of a small traveling circus, the pic centers on a European clown and his 5-year-old daughter as they lead each other through the everyday mysteries of love, magic and loss.
Pål Sverre Hagen, Holliday Grainger, Keti Mchedishvili, János Derzsi, Harry Treadaway, Stacy Martin, Nikola Djuricko, Nutsa Kukhianidze and Jean-Marc Barr co-star in the pic, which is shooting in Tbilisi, Georgia, with Thor Halvorssen and Lucero producing and Terrence Malick and Ilene Feldman executive producing.
Collins, whose credits include the Snow White tale Mirror Mirror, is next up on the big screen starring in Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply, which will bow as the opening-night film at AFI Fest. She also is starring in To the Bone, the dark comedy about anorexia that marks feature directorial debut of TV writer Marti Noxon.
Collins stars opposite Matt Bomer in The Last Tycoon, the Amazon drama series based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unfinished novel that was recently picked up to series.
She is repped by CAA, LBI Entertainment and Sloane Offer.
Lily Collins to Join Jake Gyllenhaal in Netflix’s Monster Movie ‘Okja’ (Exclusive)
One day after signing on to star in Marti Noxon‘s dark comedy “To the Bone,” Lily Collins has landed one of the lead roles alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in Netflix’s “Okja,” a monster movie from “Snowpiercer” director Bong Joon-ho, TheWrap has exclusively learned.
Tilda Swinton and Kelly Macdonald are slated to co-star in the film, which will be co-produced by Netflix, Lewis Pictures and Brad Pitt‘s company Plan B Entertainment. Bill Nighy has fallen out of the project, according to insiders, while Paul Dano‘s involvement remains up in the air and will ultimately depend on his schedule.
Netflix did not respond to multiple requests for comment regarding “Okja,” while Dano’s representatives did not respond either.
While plot details remain vague, director Bong has said the title refers to a bulky animal with a mild and kind spirit who strikes up a warm friendship with a young Korean girl. Together, they set out on a bizarre journey through a crazy world.
Collins will play an anarchist named Red who’s the only female member of the higher-ranked ALF members.
“Okja” is one of the first Asian films to be backed by Netflix, which is in the process of expanding throughout the continent, including South Korea. Production is slated to start in the coming months in both Korea and the U.S., and the film could receive a theatrical release in the first half of 2017.
While “Okja” will require a larger budget than “Snowpiercer,” which was made on a reported budget of $40 million, director Bong’s arrangement with Netflix gives him complete creative freedom. The South Korean filmmaker’s previous movies include the serial killer procedural “Memories of Murder,” the crime drama “Mother” and the critically acclaimed monster movie “The Host.”
Best known for her starring roles in “Mirror Mirror” and “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” Collins will soon be seen opposite Alden Ehrenreich in Warren Beatty‘s untitled Howard Hughes movie. She’s also set to star alongside Matt Bomer in Amazon’s drama pilot “The Last Tycoon,” based on F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s unfinished final novel.
Collins is represented by CAA, LBI Entertainment and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern.
Lily Collins To Star In Marti Noxon’s Dark Anorexia Comedy ‘To The Bone’
EXCLUSIVE: Lily Collins has been set to star in To the Bone, the feature directorial debut of TV writer Marti Noxon. Noxon also wrote the dark comedy, which is inspired by her own experiences with anorexia. Principal photography kicks off at month’s end in Los Angeles.
Julie Lynn and Bonnie Curtis of Mockingbird Pictures (Rodrigo Garcia’s Last Days in the Desert and Albert Nobbs) are producing with Karina Miller, who also is financing through Sparkhouse Media, the newly launched production and finance company she heads with husband Talal AlAbbar. To the Bone is that outfit’s first project on a slate aiming to produce three to five films a year with budgets up to $30M.
Collins, whose credits include the Snow White tale Mirror Mirror and The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, is next up on the big screen in the untitled Warren Beatty movie. She also recently landed the young female lead opposite Matt Bomer in The Last Tycoon, Amazon’s drama pilot based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unfinished novel.
“Lily is a rare bird. She’s got a depth of feeling and heart that immediately won me over,” said Noxon, who co-created Lifetime’s UnReal and created Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce at Bravo. “I feel blessed to be working with a young woman with such talent, beauty and brains.”
Said Collins: “I’m incredibly honored to be part of such a powerful story of love, self-doubt, and the courage it takes to fight for survival. I believe this film has the potential to shine a light on something that’s becoming more prevalent within our society every day and let those suffering know they’re not alone.”
Noxon, whose TV credits also include Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Mad Men, on the film side wrote I Am Number Four and Fright Night and recently adapted the Gillian Flynn bestseller Sharp Objects with Amy Adams attached.
Collins is repped by CAA, LBI Entertainment and Sloane Offer. Noxon is repped by WME and Hansen Jacobson.
The Mortal Instruments star, Lily Collins will soon take on the role of ambassador for Movado Timepieces according to Celebrity Gossip Net. She will be featured in a photo spread by photographer Carter Smith in their Fall 2012 campaign spread.
Collins has modeling experience, which might be ironic to Mortal Instruments fans since her character (Lily Fray) is often out done in fashion by the stylish, whip toting Isabelle Lightwood, who will be played by Jemima West.
Collins joins an impressive list of stars to have this honor. Kerry Washington, Derek Jeter, and Amanda Seyfried have also modeled for the brand.
The images are scheduled to appear in magazines this September. During that time Collins will be filming ‘City of Bones,’ the first film in Sony Pictures hopeful franchise hit by Cassandra Clare.
Looking fabulous without any make up, Lily is featured in People Magazine’s 2012 World’s Most Beautiful Woman. The issue will hit newsstand this Friday! Be sure to check the full outtake out in our gallery as Lily looks utterly stunning! The behind the scenes video of the photoshoot can be watched right here.
With her ethereal good looks, singer Phil Collins’s daughter was the obvious choice to play Snow White in Mirror Mirror, opposite Julia Roberts. But the budding actress, 23, didn’t always appreciate her unique features. “It used to bother me – having bigger, fuller brows,” she told Seventeen. “Now I embrace them. I’ve realized the quirky things that make you different are what make you beautiful.”