Actress Lily Collins has become very busy of late, with a number of movies coming out, including the upcoming British film Love, Rosie. Lily was promoting her new movie The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, when she spoke about “Love, Rosie” and what fans can expect from the film.
Collins told Collider, “I just finished a film called Love, Rosie in Dublin. I was shooting for two and a half months. I’m British. I aged ten years and have a 10-year-old child by the end of it. It was the most amazing, life changing experience for me being a mom. It’s terrifyingly heartbreaking and at the same time so hilarious. It’s kind of like Bridget Jones meets Love Actually meets Notting Hill and then a bit of Juno.”
She added, “There’s so much in there. It feels like it was such a small crew and it was very much independent, but at the same time, it has this big feel. It’s Sam Claflin and I and an amazing cast like Suki Waterhouse, Jaime Winstone and Tamsin Egerton. It’s just a really cool European cast. So I did that, and then Stuck in Love just came out a while ago.”
Love, Rosie is directed by Christian Ditter, based on the screenplay by Juliette Towhidi developed from the Cecelia Ahern novel, with a release date expected for 2014. Meanwhile, you can see Lily Collins in the movie The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which opens on August 21 in both the US and the UK.