on December 15, 2014 | 17:30
It’s been four years since Evangeline Lilly last appeared on camera as “Kate Austen” for the cult series “Lost,” but she still can’t completely shed her first big-star role. His remarkable success with the “Hobbit” trilogy couldn’t change that either. But Evangeline Lilly would very much like to go through life without being recognized …
Since last week, Evangeline Lilly can be seen again as the elf warrior Tauriel in “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”But even the best costume can’t hide its pageant role. Even die-hard Tolkien fans still see the pretty Canadian as the mysterious “Kate” from the hit series “Lost.” “It’s gotten better since ‘Lost’ ended, but I’ll still be ‘Kate!’ or ‘Freckle!’ called. Then for a while I was like, ‘Oh no, I look like her. But I gave that up. It’s too much work, “Evangeline Lilly reported in an interview with the tabloid magazine” People. “
However, celebrity also has its advantages. After all, as a celebrated TV and movie star, Evangeline Lilly can pursue her little weakness without hindrance and take little memories from the set with impunity. “For ‘Ant-Man’ I took a rubber stamp from the office of Hank Pym, played by Michael Douglas. I’m a bit like a pickpocket on set. If something is small enough to fit in my pocket and it’s a good memory, it’s gone, “said Evangeline Lilly, revealing her little secret.
Evangeline Lilly loves to dance
The actress does not hide one of her greatest passions: Evangeline Lilly likes to dance for her life and sometimes she happens all night. “About a month ago, at my cousin’s wedding, I danced wildly until we were kicked out of the building. I love to dance. It’s better not to let me start at all, because otherwise they can’t stop me, ”said Evangeline Lilly, who also worked as a model before her acting career, from the seamstress.
Even on the set of “The Hobbit” trilogy, one memory or another has probably disappeared in Evangeline Lilly’s bag. After all, there is hardly a film series that is so detailed in its equipment. Given the good work they did on set, the producers have surely turned a blind eye.
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