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Welcome to Lily James Daily, your best online home for everything Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson. She is a british actress most known for her parts in Cinderella, Baby Driver and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again. We are here to provide you with all the latest updates, news, photos and many more about the beautiful Lily. Thank you for visiting, enjoy your stay and come back soon!

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Watch below plenty of interviews with Lily James I hadn’t posted yet. Find more under the cut. Enjoy!


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Dramatic Pause by VOGUE

Lily James and other talented british actors (such as Emilia Clarke and Jude Law) talk to Vogue about why theatre is important and what they love the most about it. The video is really interesting and is worth the look!

‘The Dig’ first look

Lily James‘ next project is most likely to be The Dig, which just got its first promotional stills released. Lily James is Peggy Preston. The movie is coming to Netflix globally ‘soon’. Enjoy:

The Laterals photoshoot

The stunning Lily James is the covergirl of the newest issue of The Laterals. Find all pictures in the gallery:

‘Rebecca’ is out on Netflix

Lily James‘ latest feature film, Rebecca, is now out everywhere on Netflix. Find plenty of new promotional stills, posters and behind the scenes pictures below:

Harper’s Bazaar photoshoot

Lily James is posing for the latest editon of Harper’s Bazaar to promote Rebecca, out on October 21 (Netflix). The photoshoot is delicate and stunning and the interview is really interesting. Check it out below:

HARPER’S BAZAAR – Like many aspects of this year, this interview with Lily James has taken a turn for the slightly surreal. I’m by a loch in the Highlands, a stag wandering into view to the left of my laptop; James is Zooming from deepest Somerset and apologising for sounding unexpectedly aristocratic. She’s currently filming a BBC adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, down there, directed by Emily Mortimer and co-starring Dominic West, hence is still in Mitford mode, despite being out of costume and wearing an inconspicuous T-shirt, her tumble of conker-brown hair tucked behind her ears.

After she has taken me on a virtual tour of the cottage and garden, the British actress – who has captured hearts as Cinderella, Downton Abbey’s Lady Rose, Natasha in War and Peace and Winston Churchill’s secretary in Darkest Hour – settles down at the kitchen table and manages to return to her normal voice, to the relief of us both.

 

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