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Check out the trailer for the movie below: My mum is Brazilian and very proud [...] I'd love to do a Brazilian film. If you remember, it's the British show that brought her fame in the role of Nicholas Hoult's little wild-child sister, Effie.Skins, the British melodrama about hard-partying teens in which she started starring opposite Nicholas Hoult (yes, J. This weekend, she stars in a post-apocalyptic young adult film, The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials.And next up, she’s the female lead to Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom in the most recent Pirates of the Caribbean installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales.And of course, it's all hosted by Tony Award winner James Corden.
You can follow Scodelario on Instagram and Twitter.Although actress Kaya Scodelario is mainly known for her iconic role as Effy Stonem in the British TV series Skins, it appears that she's spreading her wings in the entertainment industry, starring in a number of colossal projects in the near-future that will definitely make her a household name in Hollywood. Here she is in the third season of the series, in which her character takes center stage: Growing up, I was obsessed with Arnold Schwarzenegger, which is why my dog is called Arnie.And whilst there might still be a couple of years until the release of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie, in which she courageously straps herself into Keira Knightley's corset as Carina Smyth, it is her upcoming performance as Teresa in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trails that's currently causing a stir. His films were pure Hollywood to me and I've seen all of them more than 50 times. I haven't met him - it would be too freaky, I think I'd faint, I love him too much.After that he landed several guest appearances on TV shows such as Casualty, Silent Witness, The Bill and Doctors, among others. By the time the film was released he had already changed school, to the specialist performing arts school Sylvia Young Theatre School in London.Hoult recalls he saw acting as a hobby rather than a possible profession at that age: "I wasn't in love with it, I just enjoyed it. The movie's success gave him his first approach to Hollywood, and the film performed very well at the box office and with the critics, receiving positive reviews and nominations for awards. He continued acting in small roles but abandoned the Sylvia Young Theatre School at 14 and joined the secondary school Ranelagh because he still wasn't ready to make acting his living, and preferred to attend a regular school to keep enjoying a normal life separated from the industry.