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By Helena on June 21, 2022 with 0 Comments

Kaya Scodelario stars in Amazon Prime‘s Don’t Make Me Go which will be released on July 15 on the platform. She plays Annie. Watch the trailer below and find the first poster in the gallery.

By Helena on March 08, 2022 with 0 Comments

8 years in the making! Kaya Scodelario‘s long awaited unreleased movie is finally out! The King’s Daugther follows King Louis XIV’s quest for immortality leads him to capture and steal a mermaid’s life force, a move that is further complicated by his illegitimate daughter’s discovery of the creature.
This movie is where Kaya and her husband Benjamin Walker met! For the occasion, several stills, posters and behind the scenes pictures got released as well as a new official trailer! Movie was distributed in selected cinemas in the US and Canada in January 2022. No worldwide release seems to be scheduled so let’s wait for a digital one!

By Helena on March 08, 2022 with 0 Comments

Hi Kaya fans! Sorry for my absence, I was really busy. Back on November 29, our very gorgeous and very pregnant Kaya Scodelario had attended the British Fashion Awards in London. Her preparation was filmed by Vogue. If you watch the video, when talking about her baby she says “she“. George might have a sister! Kaya has given birth sometime during December 2021. 

Find also all Resident Evil pictures below, I’m sad we didn’t get promo for this movie!

By Helena on August 16, 2021 with 0 Comments

Great news!!!!!! I’m so happy Kaya has a new project!

DEADLINE – The Maze Runner and Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City star Kaya Scodelario has joined Amazon Studios’ father-daughter adventure dramedy Don’t Make Me Go.

Scodelario joins John Cho, Mia Isaac and Jade Harlow. Hannah Marks directed the film from a script penned by Vera Herbert.

Currently in post-production, Don’t Make Me Go follows a single father who takes his teenage daughter on a road trip to find her estranged mother as he tries to teach her everything she might need to know for the rest of her life along the way.

Producers include De Line Pictures’ Donald De Line and Big Beach Films’ Leah Holzer and Peter Saraf.