Blackpink’s Jennie Kim Talked About Her Experience Working With Lily Rose-Depp On The Upcoming HBO Series Idol.
The 27-year-old female singer is about to make her acting debut with the film directed by Happiness‘s Sam Levinson, saying that working on the set was “definitely a challenge” for her.
“It was definitely a challenge, because I had never experienced anything like it before. It’s like breaking a wall for me, she said Daily women’s fashion .
“[Rose-Depp] really helped me a lot,” added Jennie. “Tell me about the scenes, and it was comforting to have her there.
“She just taught me to express myself and be comfortable with myself, not to be afraid.”
Jennie also talked about why she decided to join Idol.
“I trusted Sam [Levinson] get to collaborate on all the scenes that we’ll be working on together, because it’s about the industry,” she said.
She added, “The fact that it’s about the music industry appealed to me and I thought I could bring something to the role.
“It’s an opportunity to be yourself and be brave. I didn’t really train for it, or prepare anything. Sam wants me to just be myself.
Idol stars Rose-Depp as a troubled rising pop star falling prey to a cult leader, played by musician Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd.
In March, the controversial drama was the subject of a Rolling Stone The investigation cited 13 unnamed sources from the production, who described chaotic background conditions and sex scenes that made them uncomfortable. One source calls the production a “s*** program”.
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Idol received a five-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival last week. Soon after, film critics shared their first reviews of the film on social media.
The New York Times Kyle Buchanan writes: “Idolor 50 SHADES OF TESFAYE: A Pornhub Home Adventure starring Lily-Rose Depp’s breasts and The Weeknd’s fat rat tail.
“I would love this will help launch the HBO Max brand, should be streamlined next to house hunter!”
“Levinson’s worldview seems perverted,” says breed of Peter Debruge.
“Do not degrade and suffer to make Jocelyn stronger. Happiness Audiences won’t be too surprised at how shamelessly he treats Depp’s character, as both she and the film seem to be stuck under The Weeknd’s thumbs up.”
Idol It premiered on Sky Atlantic and NOW on June 5 in the UK and landed on HBO and Max on June 4 in the US.