Welcome to Miss Lily Collins, your source on the talented British-American actress Lily Collins. You probably know Lily from movies "Mirror, Mirror", "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bone", "Love, Rosie", and most recently seen in Netflix's "Emily in Paris" and "Mank". Her upcoming projects include "Windfall" and "Gilded Rage". Our goal is to bring you with the latest news, photos and media on Lily. Thank you for visiting, we hope you enjoy your stay and come back soon!
“To The Bone” Press Junket Interviews

A couple new videos of Lily talking about To The Bone have been released! They were filmed a few days ago during a press junket, as part of the promotion leading up to its release. We will update this post if more interviews from the same day are posted anywhere, so keep an eye out.

In the following videos, Lily explains that there was never a weight goal to achieve while slimming down for her role in To The Bone – it was a decision she made as an actress to change physically for her character, and the intention was not glamourizing, fetichising or showing images that didn’t need to be seen, it was purely about the story. Alex Sharp, her co-star, states he has never suffered from an eating disorder, but he hopes that films like this one help start a conversation and break the unhelpful taboo around the subject.


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Lily attends “To The Bone” Press Conference

Lily attended a press conference for To The Bone yesterday in Beverly Hills! Our gallery has been updated with images from the event.

Lily attends a special screening of “To The Bone”

Lily attended a special screening of To The Bone in Los Angeles yesterday! She posed for photos alongside some of her co-stars, such as Keanu Reeves and Liana Liberato – who also worked with Lily in the movie Stuck In Love. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event.

Lily Visits BBC Radio 2

Lily visited BBC Radio 2 while promoting Okja and To The Bone in London, and the audio from her interview has just been released. She explains what Okja is about, admiting it brings forward several ethical controversies, and mentioning it got a standing ovation in Cannes – despite the poor reception it initially received for being a Netflix production. She also briefly talked about To The Bone, stating it is the first feature film about eating disorders and that she believes those are issues that need to be talked about so that people suffering with them don’t have to feel alone – including herself. You can hear it below.