Helena on Jul.21.2019

Kaya Scodelario poses for the newest edition of VOGUE Russia. Find pictures in the gallery:

Helena on Jul.11.2019

Still on July 09, Kaya Scodelario visited Good Day NY for an interview soon to be released and attended the ‘Long Island Aquarium’s Gator Invasion!’ event. Find pictures of the day in the gallery:

Helena on Jul.10.2019

On July 9, Kaya Scodelario gave several interviews for her upcoming movie ‘Crawl’, out on July 12. I’ll post videos as soon as I find them. Find pictures of the day in the gallery:

Helena on Jul.10.2019

Helena on Jul.2.2019

On June 26, Kaya Scodelario and her friend Paige Holliday attended the Prabal Gurung party #StrongerInColor in New-York. Find pictures of the night in the gallery. + Unfortunately pics are tagged but I will replace them with UHQ as soon as I find them.

 

Helena on Jun.27.2019

Win tickets (Australia) : Link 1 / Link 2

 

 

Helena on Jun.15.2019

On June 9, Kaya Scodelario and her husband Benjamin Walker attended the 2019 Tony Awards in New-York. Find pictures of the evening in the gallery:

Helena on Jun.8.2019

This article has been translated from french to english by me. Do not take it without permission.

In this Ritz suite, Kaya Scodelario clashs a little among the mouldings and armchairs in blue satin: something in her gesture and in her almost aristocratic headwear blends very well with the decor, but her look says something else. Brut, almost severe. No tongues.

In the British drama ‘Skins’, where she played Effy, the sensitive teenager who fascinated all girls her age, Kaya Scodelario is always where we don’t expect her to be. At just 27, the beautiful Anglo-Brazilian already has 16 feature films, a wedding and a child on the clock, and she has no plans to slow down the pace. This year, she is once again moving the cursor with Extremely Wicked, shockingly Evil and Vile, Joe Berlinger’s biopic on serial killer Ted Bundy, which is just coming out on Netflix. She plays Carol Ann Boone, the murderer’s last wife before he was executed in 1989 in Florida, and got pregnant with him while he was already on death row. To prepare for the role, Kaya sees rare interviews with Carol Ann: “She voluntarily disappeared after her husband’s execution, I never got to talk to her. It’s complicated because I had a responsibility to her, I had to represent her honestly. With the archives, I was able to learn his body language and understand his voice.” She also met several women who had become infatuated with criminals while they were behind bars: “They have always fascinated me, there is something so human in it.”

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