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'Rules Don't Apply' starring Lily Collins, Alden Ehrenreich and (director/writer) Warren Beatty has been nominated for Best Song at the Critics' Choice Awards. This is the second nomination for the song performed by Lily. Congratulations!

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Entertainment Weekly

This year’s awards will air live on December 11 at 8pm
 
 


The festival’s U.S. dramatic competition comprises 16 films, eight of them debut features, including Matt Spicer’s social-media stalker comedy “Ingrid Goes West,” in which Aubrey Plaza’s character is obsessed with the aforementioned Olsen; the music-driven story of a plus-size white rapper, “Patti Cake$,” written and directed by Geremy Jasper (a member of Court 13, the creative team responsible for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”); and “To the Bone,” an intimate look at anorexia, from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” producer Marti Noxon.

“To the Bone” (Director and screenwriter: Marti Noxon) — In a last-ditch effort to battle her severe anorexia, 20-year-old Ellen enters a group recovery home. With the help of an unconventional doctor, Ellen and the other residents go on a sometimes-funny, sometimes-harrowing journey that leads to the ultimate question: Is life worth living? Cast: Lily Collins, Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, Lili Taylor, Alex Sharp, Liana Liberato.


Variety
 
 
 


Despite her anxiety over getting lost in the tide of Hollywood, Collins has plenty in the works, too. She has three films slated for 2017, as well as the publication of her first book. (“A collection of essays and letters,” she said. “I’m trying to get away from the memoir word.”) She said the writing experience helped her unearth hard truths about herself by forcing her to go to dark places.

“But now, however, since I’ve written those chapters, I feel such a weight off my shoulders that I think I’m better able to articulate going to those periods of my life and those experiences to better help me in acting,” she said.

Acting has its hard times too. But luckily, Collins wasn’t without support to help her through those.


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What did we learn about Lily Collins when she visited Toronto recently, in town to promote her new Warren Beatty-directed flick? Other than that we should probably get a camel coat ASAP because she looked ridiculously chic in hers? Well....

1. Her eyebrows are distractingly good
Let's just get this out of the way: Spend 30 seconds in the presence of arches like those and you'll never go near your Tweezers again.

2. She loves the deep questions
"I’ve got to say - the amount of really intellectual and really thoughtful questions that I’ve been asked [about her new movie, Rules Don't Apply] is really enjoyable, because this movie [about a forbidden love in Howard Hughes era Hollywood] is really of that caliber. It is something that makes you think."

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Source: Elle Canada

'Rules Don't Apply' is in theatres now.
 
 
 
26 November 2016 @ 10:01 am

'Rules Don't Apply' is in theatres TODAY
20th Century Fox
 
 
24 November 2016 @ 11:06 am

'Rules Don't Apply' is in theatres TODAY
20th Century Fox
 
 
24 November 2016 @ 11:04 am

'Rules Don't Apply' is in theatres TODAY
20th Century Fox
 
 
 

Photographer: Chris Pizzello


AP: Your moms knew each other?
COLLINS: Through the Beverly Hills Women’s Club. They used to be on the board together.
EHRENREICH: I didn’t know my mom was on the board.
COLLINS: Yep, they were in the Women’s Club together, and I think there was another club in Beverly Hills, and they used to spend time organizing events together and were constantly talking about each other’s kids. I actually met your mom at one of those events. I remember hearing about this infamous Alden!


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