Will Poulter gives a thumbs up while on the red carpet at the premiere of his film Kids in Love during the Edinburgh International Film Festival at Cineworld on Thursday (June 22) in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Will Poulter heads out of the Chiltern Firehouse with some friends in London, England on Tuesday night (June 14).
It was just announced that the 23-year-old actor’s new film, Kids in Love, will make it’s premiere on at the Edinburgh Film Festival later this month.
Also starring Cara Delevingne, Sebastian De Souza, and Jamie Blackley, the flick centers on a young man drifting through his ‘gap year’ when a chance encounter with a beautiful woman (Alma Jodorowsky) swerves his life radically off course. He quickly becomes caught up in a whirlwind of all-day parties and wild nights in London’s hidden dives with her charismatic friends.
After the festival, Kids in Love will hit UK theatres and be On Demand on August 26th, followed by the DVD release on August 29th.
British actor Will Poulter has landed the new Marc Jacobs Spring 2016 campaign!
The 23-year-old actor fronts the campaign, which focuses on Americana.
In a new video, Will was asked how the Americana campaign inspires him in his life.
“We’re very lucky that the industry over here in America is so fostering and nurturing of foreign creatives. It’s very inspiring to see fellow actors from my country go on to achieve great things in America,” Will said.
Watch the video below!
Will Poulter Stars in Marc Jacobs’ Americana Inspired Campaign
Will Poulter heads through LAX airport on Wednesday afternoon (February 2) in Los Angeles.
The 23-year-old actor had been in town to attend the 2016 Academy Awards, where his film, The Revenant was up for Best Picture.
“I thought I knew at least a little bit about the basics of film-making, but all of that went out the window for the sake of adapting to Alejandro‘s [Iñarritu, director] style,” Will admitted in a new interview about the pace of the film’s shooting process.
He added, “You had to welcome the camera into your world so much, and then, for the sake of being present in the scene, you had to banish it from your mind. That created a real conflict for me. I remember coming to Alejandro in a bit of a fluster and saying, ‘All these things are going on and it’s killing me. I don’t know how to play it.’ And he replied, ‘Just play that confusion. Why are we even having this conversation?’ Not assessing it so technically is something actors like Leo[nardo DiCaprio] and Tom [Hardy] have mastered. I’m still very much trying to learn.”