By now, you’ve probably heard that actress Cara Delevigne is back to starring in the upcoming horror thriller Sleeping With The Enemies.
And the actress herself, speaking to the Telegraph on Friday, said that it was her first time playing a role in a horror movie.
“I didn’t want to just go and get into a movie,” Deleviere told the Telegraph.
“I wanted to be in it with the crew, so it was a great experience.
It’s a great cast and a great team, it’s a lot of fun, and it’s really exciting.””
It’s such a great time for me,” she added.
“We’re in the midst of shooting this movie and I just think that it’s great to be back.
It feels like I’m back.
We’re doing a great job, and I’m just so excited.”
Delevigne, who plays the character of Mary Anne Wier, is back in the spotlight after she was named a Golden Globe nominee in the best actress category.
The actress was nominated for her role in The Imitation Game and her portrayal of Claire Redfield in the new film.
“Sleeper” has been shot in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Los Angeles and Los Angeles, and is set to be released on December 10, 2018.
It is based on the Stephen King short story “Slept Alone In The Dark” by American author and author-turned-screenwriter Stephen King.
The film is directed by Tom Hooper, who also directed The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Delevieres brother, actor James Delevi, starred in the film.
The two brothers worked together on King’s books.
Delevi recently announced his retirement from acting, telling The Telegraph that he is now focused on directing the upcoming movie The King’s Speech.
“He’s a genius and I have to be able to be like him in every aspect of my life,” Develi said.
“He taught me how to be a better person, how to get over my own demons.
I’ve been blessed to have him and we’re going to be doing it in the same way.”
DeLevieres upcoming projects include the upcoming Disney film Life Is Beautiful and the upcoming Warner Bros. and Lionsgate film The Shape of Water.