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Charli XCX, Anya Taylor-Joy, & Kaya Scodelario Stop By Serpentine Summer Party

Charli XCX, Anya Taylor-Joy, & Kaya Scodelario Stop By Serpentine Summer Party

Charli XCX wears a pretty gown while attending the 2018 Serpentine Gallery Summer Party held at Kensington Gardens on Tuesday (June 19) in London.

The 25-year-old singer was joined Anya Taylor-Joy, Kaya Scodelario, Ellie Goulding, Jenna Coleman, Suki Waterhouse, Natalie Dormer, and Max Irons.

Also in attendance were Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, Ciara, Ellie Bamber, Mia Goth, Lara Stone, Ella Purnell, Russell Tovey, and Alexa Chung.

In case you missed it, check out Charli throwing insults at her pal Tove Lo for a recent episode of Drop The Mic.

FYI: All the ladies are wearing Chanel. Ellie B is wearing Jimmy Choo shoes.

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Kaya Scodelario Once Smashed a Glass On 'Maze Runner' Director Wes Ball - Find Out Why!

Kaya Scodelario Once Smashed a Glass On 'Maze Runner' Director Wes Ball - Find Out Why!

Kaya Scodelario steps out in a chic tie-up dress for the Karl Lagerfeld + Modelco Make Up Line Launch held at Hotel D’Evreux on Tuesday (May 15) in Paris, France.

In one of the bonus features on Maze Runner: The Death Cure‘s blu-ray, it was shown that the 26-year-old actress actually hit director Wes Ball over the head with a glass!

Turns out, Kaya was a little hesitant to do the same thing on Dylan O’Brien, so Wes stepped in.

Kaya was nervous about hitting anyone with the breakaway glass (It can actually cut you),” he explained.

“So I told her I’d do it first. Just taking one for the team.”

Check it out below!

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Phoebe Tonkin is Excited To Find More 'Diverse, Rich Roles' After 'The Originals'

Phoebe Tonkin is Excited To Find More 'Diverse, Rich Roles' After 'The Originals'

Phoebe Tonkin joins Kristen Stewart and Billie Lourd at the WELOVECOCO Party held at Chanel Beauty House on Wednesday night (February 28) in Los Angeles.

The former Originals actress also hit up the party with Kaya Scodelario, Stella Maxwell, Sonia Ben Ammar, and model sisters Scarlet and Sophia Stallone

Speaking recently with Vogue, Phoebe opened up about saying goodbye to The Originals and moving on to other projects.

“I spent a long time in one place playing the same role, and I am excited to branch out and have the opportunity to play more diverse, rich roles in a variety of projects, as opposed to just the one,” she shared. “I gravitate towards more grounded projects, and I would love to keep working in Australia.”

20+ pics inside of Phoebe Tonkin, Kristen Stewart, Billie Lourd and more…

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Kaya Scodelario Dishes On Teresa's [SPOILER] in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

Kaya Scodelario Dishes On Teresa's [SPOILER] in 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure'

SPOILERS AHEAD – DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED THE MOVIE, OR DON’T WANT TO KNOW!

If you were one of the many who headed to the movies this weekend to watch Maze Runner: The Death Cure, you know that Kaya Scodelario‘s character, Teresa, falls to her death.

Speaking with Teen Vogue, Kaya opened up about wrapping up Teresa’s story and how she liked doing the stunt leading to it.

“I don’t think I’ve ever died on-screen before. I think it’s my first time,” she recalls. “I thought it was really cool. It was also, for me, a bit of a stunt.”

She continues, “Since having my baby, I was really nervous about whether I’d feel brave enough to do stuff like that anymore and I’m really glad I did, kinda overcame the fear of that. Getting to do a full drop, it was cool for me. [But] it looks so great, it was so well-coordinated.”

Kaya adds that Teresa’s death wrapped up everything for her in saying goodbye to the franchise as well.

“I think from a character point of view, a really nice way to tie it up,” she shared. “[Otherwise] you think, ‘Oh God, are they going to do another one? Is that why they’re still here?’ I really like that with Teresa, there is such a birth, a middle, and an ending to her. I really like that.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out in theaters now.

The 'Maze Runner' Cast Reveal If They Stalk Social Media For Fan Reviews of the Film

The 'Maze Runner' Cast Reveal If They Stalk Social Media For Fan Reviews of the Film

You ever head to social media before you go see a movie for reviews, just to see if it’s worth your while to even go? The stars of Maze Runner: The Death Cure do…and don’t.

Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Dexter Darden and Thomas Brodie-Sangster, who are celebrating the release of the final movie in theaters today, all recently chatted Teen Vogue and admitted that some of them do go online to see fans’ reactions to the flick.

“I’m honestly scared of it,” Kaya, who plays Teresa, said.


Dexter definitely checks them out: “You get flooded with tweets and Instagram posts.”

“The Maze Runner fandom is definitely a thing. They love the books and they love the characters and they love the movies,” he adds. “Like Thomas said, try to go with differentiating the two. But the fans are so supportive and they’ve done nothing but show love for these movies and we hope that it continues for the third one.”

And one time, Dylan was sucked in by a really funny reaction to not the movie, but the trailer!

“I remember seeing some of the trailer reactions [on YouTube], those were super funny,” he says. “I watched one that Wes [Ball, director], I think, retweeted or something. And then it led me on this train of watching a bunch of them because they were cracking me up.”

Maze Runner: The Death Cure is out NOW in theaters.

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