Lily Collins is Bowery Beautiful

Lily Collins is Bowery Beautiful

Lily Collins stops briefly to pose for a pic before getting on with her Sunday afternoon (May 2) and returning to the Bowery Hotel with a gal pal around NYC.

It was just announced that the 21-year-old actress will be starring alongside Taylor Lautner in the upcoming Abduction.

Lily is also on the search with screenwriter Julian Fellowes to find the perfect Romeo for an updated movie version of Romeo & Juliet.

WHO DO YOU THINK would be Lily’s perfect Romeo?

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Credit: Richie Buxo, Garry Sun; Photos: SplashNewsOnline, BauerGriffinOnline
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  • Alyson

    her romeo? definitely not taylor lautner!!

  • jessica

    i really dont think she would be good in romeo and juliet.

  • Darius

    Her perfect Romeo? … Can I audition? I love that girl.

  • jacky

    it should be zac efron. Him and vanessa did a romeo and juliet photoshoot earlier and he fits it very well, vanessa, not so much ahahah. But zac would be perfect.

  • linda

    she is so ugly to play juliet!

  • ruby

    i dont think shes a good choice for romeo&juliet but rpattz as romeo omg he has tat look n voice but him with her is a no no!!!!

    so yea i think it should be ZAC EFRON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://justjaredjr simone

    In reply to Linda all I can say who cares if you think she is ugly .Lily will make a lovely Juliet

  • alex

    @ linda:

    Well that’s kind of shallow. I don’t consider Claire Danes to be beautiful, but her looks are striking and her performance in the 1996 version was phenomenal. Besides, does Juliet really have to be beautiful at all? After all, in Shakespeare’s time, the role of Juliet was played by a male. Lily Collins is far more attractive in comparison— try to console yourself with that. And I know it’s wrong to judge, so excuse me, but you don’t really seem as though you’ve EVER read the play… maybe you should give it a try. Just a thought.