Ellie Bamber graces the cover of Rollacoster’s Autumn/Winter 2018 issue, available now to pre-order.

Here’s what the 21-year-old The Nutcracker and the Four Realms actress had to say…

On her favorite actresses: “Definitely Nicole Kidman. Moulin Rouge was one of those films that I watched as a kid and was like ‘Oh my god, that’s what I want to do.’ And I love Emma Stone, I think she’s a really amazing actress.”

On her upcoming Les Mis mini-series: “The funniest thing is that I was in the musical version of it at my school when I was younger. I really like re-imagining the classics and looking at all the different adaptation. With our version of Les Mis, it’s very much based on the book – which is wonderful because there’s so much detail in it. It’s 1500 pages!”

On her acting journey: “I think I can be very self-critical, for sure. I’ve still got tons to learn. But it makes me really, really excited, I think you can probably hear that. I don’t know much at all, so I’m looking forward to being challenged more and learning more from my peers and directors. I’m always ready. I just want to be as open to that as I can possibly be.”

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The official Facebook page of ‘Extracurricular Activities’ has released the first official images of the movie that will debut in theaters in 2019!

In one of the photos we can see Ellie as Mary Alice Walker and in another we see her dressed as a cheerleader with The Washington High Cheerleading squad.


The stunning Ellie Bamber as Mary Alice Walker


The Washington High Cheerleading squad

Extracurricular Activities is a dark comedy that follows the life of Reagan Collins, a high school student with a killer job after school. He organizes … accidents. When the parents of their classmates become too authoritarian, self-obsessed, or simply inconvenienced, Reagan offers himself to them. For a price. But when seasoned police detective Cliff Dawkins begins to piece together, it’s a battle of reasoning to see if Reagan can keep business up, while the rising body count brings Cliff closer to the truth.

Soon we will have more information and news about the film. Stay tuned!

Ellie Bamber and High Resolution were awarded at the Orlando Film Festival. The news was announced on the official twitter of the film.

Ellie won in the category ‘Best Actress‘ and High Resolution in the category ‘Best Cinematography‘.

High Resolution is streaming On Demand on Showtime and you can also watch it on November 9th on Showtime’s premium channel, XTRA.

Congratulations to the winners!

I did some captures of the interviews, to see them just click on the thumbnails below.