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03 August 2017 @ 12:19 pm

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Current Music: 'Hard Feelings/Loveless' - Lorde
 
 
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Current Music: 'Liability' - Lorde
 
 
 
31 July 2017 @ 12:22 pm


The star of Amazon's 'The Last Tycoon' and face of Lancôme takes us inside her day.

8:00 A.M. I usually wake up at 8, but I’m shooting a show now and some of my call times have been 5 or 5:30, so I’ve had to try to become a morning person. I like setting an upbeat song as my alarm, but I have to constantly change it so I don’t start hating it. Right now I like the Chainsmokers, Drake, and Banks—I went to high school with her! I check social media to see what my friends around the world have been up to. Instagram is my main thing; it’s where I’ve had such a huge interaction with young girls, which really inspired me to write my book, Unfiltered. And then I have to read every e-mail in my in-box. I can’t leave anything unopened. That number next to the mail icon is very unsettling to me. It has to be zero.


The full recap of Lily's day is at Harper Bazaar
 
 


"I've been so obsessed with old Hollywood forever," Collins told Digital Spy. "And Cecelia is so multilayered, she's fascinating. She's naïve, she's feisty, she's passionate, compassionate, hardworking, and a go-getter – all these adjectives of a character that I would love to play around with.

"I went in the audition, and I was the only one to read for him [writer-director Billy Ray] and I dressed in 1930s hair and make-up and wardrobe."

The series has recruited a team which includes Oscar-winning production designer Patrizia von Brandenstein, and Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant (Mad Men) to bring Hollywood's golden era to life.

Collins also discussed the appeal of picking TV roles over movie ones, saying there's longer to "flesh out" a role, and an excitement at not knowing what will come next for your character.


Read the article at Digital Spy
 
 


The film has prompted a mixed reaction from critics and viewers, with some praising its positive message that recovery is possible, while others have accused it of glamourising or romanticising anorexia.

"I'm just so pleased that a conversation is being had around this subject matter," the Okja star told Digital Spy. "I don't think Marti [Noxon, the writer-director of To the Bone, which is based on her own experiences] and I started the conversation, we just made one a lot louder, and I think that's really important."

Collins also suggested that some people may have been put off before actually seeing the movie, and revealed the response she's had from fans has been positive.


Read the article at Digital Spy