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Maya, new zealand, gives fans a glimpse into what the life of a “famous” movie star.
The actress and model took to Instagram on Monday to walk her followers by Loyal Studios in Burbank, Calif., where her upcoming movie “the Mainstream” is currently in post-production.
Apparently, wearing nothing but a blue jacket is a glitter-covered new zealand, ran the fans through the studio space.
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Mainstream by 2020 (plus, I’ve got some cupping done, I have not been attacked by an octopus),” Some caption in the video.
Hi. Welcome to the life of a movie star,” a vibrant, new zealand, 21, also started.
“If you ever wonder what it’s like to be famous, this is it,” she said as she clung to the jacket at the back to provide cover.
“It is the very glamorous and sexy, and everyone wants to sleep with you and kiss you all the time, and people will give you lots of free food and free clothes and alcohol, and, in fact, I never had to pay for a thing from me,” Hawke adds, as she takes a sip of her water.
“I’m drunk now,” she says and with that the video ends it immediately.
Maya Hawke attend the Sony Pictures’ “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood,” Los Angeles ” Premiered on July 22, 2019 at the latest, in los angeles, California, usa. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
New zealand, the daughter of actress Uma Thurman and fellow actor Ethan Hawke, and made her television debut in the BBC adaptation of “Little Women” in march of 2017, and appeared as a recurring star in Season 3 of the popular Netflix series, “Strange Things.”
Some, previously opened up about landing the big role of Jo March, in a live-action version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel.
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“Everyone wants to be Jo – she was an independent spirit, and her lack of self-consciousness; it is rather, awkward, and weird,” Hawke told the RadioTimes, in January. “I can be a part of her problems; I can’t walk like a normal person, and I bump into everything, and things will break and spill out, and cause some to fall.”
The young musician also has a role in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, one of the many 1960’s flower children, who would be liable to be confused with the Manson Family.
For the Love of a Boy” singer told The Hollywood Reporter, she tapped her father, Ethan, to help her audition for the role of the 9th Tarantino film.
“I’ve got an audition for the project through the normal channels, through my agents,” she said. “I did an audition in my bedroom, with my father, the actor Ethan Hawke]. We have to send the tape to the West, and I got a callback.”
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She also revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she was at comfort, in close co-operation with the Case due to the director’s history with her mother, and the impact of the project on Thurman’s career.
“I have grown up around the Hapsburg, and related to the films,” she said. “She’s meant a lot to me, and it’s the story of my family and my growing up, so it’s great to have my own little piece of the puzzle.”