Ellie Bamber attends the LA Premiere of her new movie “Extracurricular Activities” at the Laemmle’s Monica Film Center on May 16, 2019 in Santa Monica, California.
Ellie – who plays Mary Alice Walker in the film – took the opportunity to pose for pictures with her fellow actors.
Our girl snuggled up to fellow Extracurricular Activities star Colin Ford and the film’s director Jay Lowi.
She also posed up a storm with American actress Christine Ko, who took the plunge in a black low-cut sheer top and leather mini skirt.
Extracurricular Activities is a dark comedy which sees high-school student Reagan Collins murder the overbearing parents of his fellow peers.
However, when police officer Cliff Dawkins starts to notice a connection between Reagan and the kids of the dead adults, it results in a battle of wits as Reagan ties to keep his after-school business afloat.
See the all pics of Ellie in premiere by clicking on the thumbnails below.
I added the gallery 1430 screencaptures of the episodes of the miniseries ‘Les Misérables’. Ellie plays Cosette and appears between episodes 1.04 and 1.06. Feel free to visit our gallery and enjoy.
The site Shock Ya! has posted with exclusivity new trailer and poster for Extracurricular Activities.
In the dark comedy-thriller, EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES, Reagan is a model high school student with a “killer” after school job. When the parents of his classmates become too overbearing, self-obsessed – or just plain inconvenient – he offers to get rid of them for a price by setting up a series of “accidents.” But when seasoned police detective Cliff Dawkins starts putting the pieces together, it’s a battle of wits to see if Reagan can keep business booming while the rising body count brings Cliff closer to the truth.
The film stars Colin Ford (We Bought A Zoo, “Supernatural”), Ellie Bamber ( Nocturnal Animals, Pride Prejudice and Zombies), Timothy Simons (“Veep”), Danielle Macdonald (Patti Cake$), Angela Kinsey (“The Office”) and Bobby Lee (Pineapple Express, “Mad TV”). Rounding out the cast is Steve Hytner (Seinfeld), Arden Myrin, Sarah Hay (Flesh and Bone), Patrick Fabian (Better Call Saul), Christine Ko (The Great Indoors) and Dileep Rao (Inception, Avatar).
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES is directed by Jay Lowi (Wild Things: Diamonds in the Rough, Tangled) and written by Bob Sáenz (Help for the Holidays, The Right Girl). The film is produced by David K. Wilson (Jake Squared, Girl Flu), and Rich Hull (She’s All That, American Psycho II) and Paul Schiff (Young Guns, Rushmore, Maid in Manhattan) serve as executive producers. Lotus Entertainment is handling worldwide sales.
Opens Los Angeles May 17 and on VOD June 4.
In February, the fashion world one of its most beloved figures as Karl Lagerfeld passed away at the age of 85. Lagerfeld had served as creative director of Chanel since 1983, and up until his death he was still churning out around 14 collections per year, in addition to pursuing his career as a photographer and maintaining his role as the creative director of Fendi, which he first took on back in 1965. (Not to mention running his own namesake label.) During that time, Lagerfeld amassed a devoted following that included everyone from Rihanna to Cindy Crawford (and her daughter Kaia Gerber, for that matter). Here, six of his muses from over the years pay tribute to the late, great designer.
Few people get to know one legendary designer, let alone two in quick succession—but Ellie Bamber did just that, walking in Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show in Paris shortly after her role in Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals put her on everyone’s rising-talents list. Both Ford and Karl Lagerfeld, Bamber observes, treated clothes in an extremely exacting way, using them to tell a story. “I also try to reflect my moods when I get dressed,” she says. “I wear a Chanel item almost every day, whether it’s just a bag or earrings, even with trainers. Karl was very good at updating tradition with a buzz of youth.” And yet, when it came time for her to hit the runway, Bamber found herself shaking with nerves. “Karl came to me and said I should just think of it as playing a role,” she says. “The show was at the Ritz hotel, where I had never been, but it was such a grand space that I thought of it as a set. And then I let the dress transform me like a costume would. All of a sudden I was a Parisian lady waltzing in for lunch.”
Ellie Bamber attends a luncheon hosted by Roland Mouret in celebration of Women Filmmakers at the Corinthia Hotel London on May 1, 2019 in London, England.
Ellie looked sensational in chic white cigarette pants and a Bardot top.
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