The gallery was updated with the latest appearances of Lily from this year, many thanks to Linnea for her help. We are still in the process to add missing pictures so, stay tuned!
MOVIES.COM – Although the box office failures of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter may have slowed it down slightly, the troubled, long-delayed adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is still around, and according to reports the film is actually ready to begin production real soon.
Set in an alternate version of 19th century England, the story follows the same plot as Jane Austen’s novel except imagine a zombie outbreak happening at the same time, and, well, you get the idea. The film version has been in development since 2009, with Natalie Portman set to star at one point with David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle) attached to direct.
Scheduling conflicts forced both Portman and O. Russell off the project, and then it became somewhat of a revolving door of directors with Mike White and Craig Gillepsie both signing on and then departing, eventually leaving the project in the hands of director Burr Steers (17 Again), who appears to still be at the helm, working off a script from David O. Russell. Meanwhile, Lily Collins will star.
Should Pride and Prejudice and Zombies become a huge hit, there’s already a prequel and a sequel written, released in 2010 and 2011, respectively. No word yet on a release date for the film.
Hello everyone! I am happy to inform visitors that the site is now in new hands; I’m Amanda (I actually founded Introducing Lily Collins in 2010) and my friend DeA have taken over this amazing site and regular updates with resume! For now, I’ve added photoshoot images from two of Lily’s latest covers: Seventeen Magazine and Elle Canada. She looks absolutely gorgeous! Enjoy :)
The first trailer for “The English Teacher” was released. The movie will premiere during the the Tribeca Film Festival this month before hitting theaters on May 17.
Linda Sinclair (Julianne Moore) is a forty-year-old unmarried high school English teacher in the small town of Kingston, Pennsylvania. She shares a small apartment with two Siamese cats and her rich collection of great literature. She maintains no close personal relationships aside from those she has with her favorite authors and stories. Her life is far less complicated than the dramas she devours on the page, and she likes it that way. But Linda’s simple life turns an unexpected page when former star pupil Jason Sherwood (Michael Angarano) returns to Kingston after trying to make it as a playwright in New York. Now in his 20s, Jason is on the verge of abandoning art, pressured by his overbearing father, Dr. Tom Sherwood (Greg Kinnear), to face reality and go to law school. Linda can’t stand the thought of Jason giving up on his dreams so she decides to mount his play – a dark, angst-ridden, ambitious work – as a Kingston High School production, with flamboyant drama teacher Carl …
We added the photos of Lily during the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar after party. She looked absolutely stunning in a purple Zuhair Murad gown.
Sorry for the delay on this, but we will catch up with missing updates as soon as possible.
The first trailer for “The Writers” was released. Be sure to watch it below.
An acclaimed writer, his ex-wife, and their teenaged children come to terms with the complexities of love in all its forms over the course of one tumultuous year.
Lily will star in “Love, Rosie” with Sam Claflin also starring.
David Garrett’s Mister Smith Entertainment will debut Love, Rosie at the European Film Market this week in Berlin. Principal photography starts in May on the project, based on the novel Where Rainbows End by P.S. I Love You author Cecelia Ahern. Calendar Girls‘ Juliette Towhidi wrote the script and German helmer Christian Ditter (Wickie And The Treasure Of The Gods, French For Beginners) is directing.
Lily Collins plays Rosie in the romantic comedy with Sam Claflin as her best friend and star-crossed lover, Alex. The pair are planning to head to the States for college together when Rosie discovers she’s pregnant after a crazy night out with the most popular boy in school. She encourages Alex to go without her and over the next 12 years their lives change but an undeniable connection remains.
Mister Smith, the finance and licensing joint-venture between Garrett and Constantin Film, is handling international sales. Constantin’s Robert Kulzer and Canyon Creek Films’ Simon Brooks are producing, with Constantin head of film & TV, Martin Moszkowicz, exec producing. Collins is represented by CAA and Claflin is co-represented by CAA and London-based Independent Talent Group. Ahern is repped by Marianne Gunn O’Connor Creative Agency; Ditter by ICM Partners and Germany’s Above The Line; and Towhidi by Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Limited.
The first trailer for “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” was released. Be sure to watch it below.
The official schedule for the Toronto International Film Festival was released earlier today. “Writers” will have it’s premiere at the festival September 9 and Lily is expected to attend the festival according to the official press release.
Heaven help the children of writers — especially those children aspiring to be writers themselves. Take Sam Borgens (Lily Collins), just nineteen and already set to have her first novel published. Her father, acclaimed novelist Bill Borgens (Greg Kinnear), is ostensibly thrilled for Sam — but he can’t quite disguise his resentment that she never asked him for help. There might also be a touch of envy at his progeny’s progress, as Bill is helplessly stalled in the writing of his new book. But then, he has no one but himself to blame. He spends what should be his writing hours spying on his ex-wife Erica (Jennifer Connelly) and her new husband, refusing to let go of a marriage that truly, definitively ended; he even makes his son Rusty (Nat Wolff ) set a place at the table for Erica every Thanksgiving, despite the fact that she left him three years ago.
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The first wave of movies selected for Toronto International Film Festival were announced earlier today. And one of Lily’s upcoming movies was selected: “Writer” directed by Josh Boone. TIFF.net also released the first still, we added them in our gallery.
Writers Josh Boone, USA (World Premiere)
An acclaimed writer, his ex-wife and their teenaged children come to terms with the complexities of love in all its forms over the course of one tumultuous year in Writers, the clever, funny, and touching tale of a fractured family trying to rediscover one another. Starring Liana Liberato, Jennifer Connelly, Greg Kinnear, Lily Collins and Kristen Bell.
Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Lily Collins, Kristen Bell and Logan Lerman star in this bittersweet drama about a successful novelist whose obsession with his ex-wife has sent his fractured family into a destructive emotional tailspin.