Here is your first look at Lucy in one of her upcoming projects ‘Apostle’. We know little about her character, but according to a recent interview, she plays the cult leaders daughter named Andrea.

The year is 1905. Thomas Richardson travels to a remote island to rescue his sister after she’s kidnapped by a mysterious religious cult demanding a ransom for her safe return. It soon becomes clear that the cult will regret the day it baited this man, as he digs deeper and deeper into the secrets and lies upon which the commune is built.

It’s finally here, thanks to Entertainment Weekly and their first look at Lucy as Countess Andrenyi in ‘Murder on the Orient Express’. Of all the projects coming this year, this one is definitely a big one for Lucy and we are pretty excited about it! Head over to our gallery to see two promotional pictures.

Lucy is featured in the May issue of Nylon magazine with a new photoshoot that you can also found in our gallery as well as high quality scans.


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HORRORNEWSHi Lucy, How are you?
Lucy- I am good, thank you.

How did you get involved with “The Blackcoat’s Daughter?”
Lucy- It was a script that came to my agent. I have never been a huge fan of the horror genre. It has always been something that I have kind of avoided at all cost because I scare so easily. This one, it was so exciting to read a horror film that was about so much more. Although it has all of the elements of a horror film and all the blood and guts. It is mostly about the human experience of loss and the grief and vulnerability that comes with that. So it is something that really interests me but also that everyone can relate to.

Why did you decide to take on the role?
Lucy- I have never done any kind of horror film. I did a self-tape and Skyped with the director Osgood Perkins and definitely after speaking with him and hearing the direction and the tone that he wanted to apply to the film and hearing the films that inspired him, I was immediately desperate to be signed on to be a part of the film.

Did you do anything special to prepare for Rose since you haven’t really gravitated towards horror films?
Lucy- I mean prefer to prepare for each role in a very different way. For Rose it was mostly me watching the films that Osgood Perkins recommended such as, “Rosemary’s Baby,” where she also deals with feelings of isolation and such. Like our film, it is much more about the human experience and grief. I watched films like that and films that influenced Osgood in order to get a real sense of where this script and character came from. We were really lucky with the place that we were filming. It was kind of middle of nowhere Canada in the dead of winter. The school that we were filming in was closing down a month after we wrapped so it felt very disconnected and deserted. Spending a lot of time alone in that environment really got me into the kind of head space that she is in.

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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Kenneth Branagh’s star-studded adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express pulled into Las Vegas with the first footage at CinemaCon Thursday.

Branagh directs and stars in the Fox film, which also features Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Leslie Odom Jr., Daisy Ridley, Michael Pena and Judi Dench among the cast.

The story centers around a murder onboard the famous train and introduces Belgian detective Hercule Poirot (Branagh), who must solve the case while being surrounded by duplicitous passengers.

Branagh, sending in a video from Malta where he’s filming the project, said “we’ve assembled an amazing group” of his cast. “This is not only a who dunnit and how dunnit, it’s crucially a why dunnit,” he said.

The stylish trailer shows a train traveling through a snowy landscape. In it is a varied cast of characters, all of whom could be the murderer.

“I see evil on this train,” says a voice. We get our first look at many of the stars in their characters, and the final frame is of Barangh’s Hercule Poirot, sporting blonde hair and a massive grey mustache.

The film is scheduled for release on November 22.

Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, and Lucy Boynton try to summon spirits with a Ouija Board. The three actresses are starring in ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’ which opens in select theaters and on demand on March 31st.

Actress Emma Roberts sits down with co-stars Kiernan Shipka and Lucy Boynton to reminisce about filming their horror project ‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’ and between the nightmares caused just from reading the script and the freezing cold temperatures, it was quite an experience! The ladies also reveal their horror film-watching habits!