Published by Neide Published on October 7, 2017

Hello Lilyians! We bring you some exciting news… A new Lily project! It has just been announced that Lily will be voicing Princess Dawn in Here Comes The Grump! The report was released by Screen Daily and you can read the full article bellow.

Lily Collins (Rules Don’t Apply), Ian McShane (Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) and Toby Kebbell (Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes) have joined the voice cast of animation Here Comes The Grump.

Produced by Mexican outfit Anima Estudios with UK outfits Prime Focus World and GFM Animation (a sister company of GFM Films), the film is based on a script from Ice Age: The Meltdown screenwriter Jim Hecht, with designs by Craig Kellman (character designer on both Madagascar and Hotel Transylvania).

James Brett (Walking With Dinosaurs) has composed the film’s music. Voice recording is currently underway in Los Angeles with Todd Resnick at The Voice Company.

McShane will voice the titular Grump, a once carefree, happy-go-lucky magician who has his outlook on life changed by a broken heart. Kebbell will voice a teenager with a vivid imagination who finds himself magically transported via his Grandma’s retro theme park to the land of Groovynham where he meets the ever-so-perfect Princess Dawn, voiced by Collins.

Development, creative direction and supervision on the film was undertaken at Anima’s studio in Mexico City with animation at Prime Focus’s London and Mumbai animation facilities.

The film will receive its premiere market screening at the AFM in November with delivery in December.

“We are thrilled to welcome Ian, Lily and Toby to the Grump team,” commented Greg Gavanski, Prime Focus World’s animation division head. “This hugely talented voice cast, alongside the beautiful animation delivered by the artists of Anima and Prime Focus, has brought these fantastic characters to life in ways we couldn’t have imagined. I couldn’t have hoped for things to come together any better than this.”

“Having such amazing actors be part of our movie makes us feel even more excited about it. We are sure that the audiences will love McShane’s grouchy character, Lily’s adorable princess and Toby’s cool hero,” added José C. García de Letona, COO at Ánima Estudios.

Published by Neide Published on October 2, 2017

W magazine had a chat with Lily while she got ready this morning for the Givenchy fashion show. You can read the article bellow, and check out photos of Lily getting ready in our gallery!

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In the dark of Paris Saturday night, in some quiet corner of the City of Light, Lily Collins got out of her car with friends and did exactly what every other tourist, fashion week attendee, and Parisian has done at least once in their life.

“We get out, and watch it sparkle, and I just like to stand there, looking at it,” she said, referencing, of course, the immortal Eiffel Tower. “It’s so special and so beautiful. Paris is such a magical place.”

It’s a ritual that the actress, 28, makes a point to do every time she’s in Paris. On this visit in particular, Collins, who was seen earlier this year in Okja and To The Bone, was in town to attend the Givenchy Spring 2018 fashion show, where newly-installed artistic director Clare Waight Keller will debut her first collection for the storied house.

“I am so excited to see what Clare brings to the brand. I think she’s going to mix the masculine and feminine vibe together really well,” she said, noting that she’s actually been a big fan of the house for quite some time. “I’ve loved the brand ever since I was little, just because of its association with Audrey,” gushed Collins, who is sometimes compared to the late legend. And how could a young actress not?

Hubert de Givenchy not only built a lasting fashion house but he also dressed Hepburn for her films Roman HolidayBreakfast at Tiffany’sMy Fair Lady, and Charade.

On Sunday, before the show, Collins wasn’t exactly channeling Audrey Hepburn. She had thick eyeliner on, and her hair was styled in a wet, slick up-do. “I wanted to change it up slightly. Nothing too expected,” she said. What is to be expected, however, is that Collins has great taste in music, if her early pre-fashion show playlist is any indication. As The Eagles played in the background, Collins said that she managed to sneak in one other fun thing in Paris despite having just arrived the day before. “I went to the Crillon, to see it after it had been redone,” she said.

Published by Neide Published on October 1, 2017

Hello Lilyans! If you follow us on twitter @mscollinscom you must know that Lily attended this morning Givenchy‘s fashion show during Paris Fashion Week! I have added to our gallery photos from the front row, backstage and Lily outside the fashion show. I’m not sure if Lily is attending another fashion during, but will let you know through our twitter if she does!

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Published by Neide Published on September 29, 2017

Hello Lilyians! We start this post by apologizing on the delay of screen captures from the last two episodes of The Last Tycoon, but they’re finally here! High definition screen captures from episodes 1.08 (“An Enemy Among Us”) and 1.09 (“Oscar, Oscar, Oscar”) have been added to our gallery but that’s not all – Promotional photos, behind the scenes, stills and screen captures from An Inside Look featurette have been added as well! Another surprise we have for all you Tycooner fans is a page dedicated to the show! In this page you will find a description on the show, trivia, quotes, and an episode guide of all the episodes from season 1. We wrap this post to ask you to sign a petition to bring The Last Tycoon back – A movement created by fans of the show that just like us, want to watch more of this fantastic show.

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Hey Lilyians! Our girl recently did a photoshoot with Adam Fedderly for Chanel and we’re very happy to announce that the first outtakes from the session have been released! Hopefully more will be released soon, as Lily looks absolutely gorgeous!

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Published by Neide Published on September 10, 2017

Hey Lilyians! Today we bring you sad news — Variety has reported that The Last Tycoon has been canceled, and that means the adventures of Cecelia Brady have come to an end. You can read the full report bellow!

Just a couple of weeks after Amazon debuted The Last Tycoon, the streaming service has abruptly canceled the F. Scott Fitzgerald drama, Variety confirmed on Saturday.

Amazon Studios scrapped plans for a second season of another Fitzgerald drama, Z: The Beginning of Everything, starring Christina Ricci, just a couple of days ago. Both cancellations seem to reflect a sea change at Amazon Studios, one mandated by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Variety broke the news on Friday night that Bezos is pushing Amazon Studios toward a massive strategy shift, looking for the streaming service to find its own global hit like Game of Thrones. In an interview, Amazon Studios chief Roy Price said they’re looking for “big shows that can make the biggest difference around the world.”

News also broke Friday of a slew of orders Amazon Studios has made to reflect that broad, global appeal. The streaming service gave series orders to a drama from Wong Kar-wai and a comedy starring Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph, in addition to three more shows.

The Last Tycoon’s cancellation follows the axing of several other shows that lasted only one season at Amazon Studios, including Good Girls Revolt and Mad Dogs.

The Last Tycoon starred Kelsey Grammer, Matt Bomer, and Jennifer Beals, and followed the power struggle between Bomer’s wunderkind studio executive Monroe Stahr and his boss, Grammer’s studio head Pat Brady, in 1930s Hollywood. In her review for Variety, Maureen Ryan called it “a lovely period piece that contains several top-notch performances.”

Published by Neide Published on September 8, 2017

Hello Lilyians! If you keep an eye out for Lily’s instagram or our twitter, you know that last week she was shooting a project with Taylor Kitsch titled The Dig. We found out today that the project is question is actually a short film, the first footage shot with Sony’s camera VENICE, and was screened to a select audience of American Society of Cinematographers members and a range of other industry professionals last night. The short film was also put up online after its screening, and thanks to Taylor Kitsch World who uploaded the video to YouTube, you can watch it bellow! Screen captures from the film, behind the scenes footage and photos published on Lily’s instagram can be found in our gallery.

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Published by Neide Published on September 4, 2017

Hello Lilyians! We want to apologize on the delay of last week’s screen captures of The Last Tycoon, and to make it up for that not only we’ve added to our gallery high definition screen captures from episode 6 (“A Brady-American Christmas”) but also from episode 7 (“A More Perfect Union”) which were supposed to be uploaded to the gallery tomorrow! Episode stills from episode 6 were also added to the gallery, as you can check out bellow!

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