Welcome to Sophia Lillis Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Sophia Lillis. Sophia has been in films like "It", "It Chapter Two", "Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase", "Gretel and Hansel" and "Uncle Frank". She played the younger version of Amy Adams in "Sharp Objects" and she's playing Sydney, the lead role, in the Netflix show "I Am Not Okay with This". This site is online to show our support to the actress Sophia Lillis, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Sophia attended the HBO’s Succession Season 3 Premiere on 12 October. CLick on the gallery link below to see the photos full size.




I added 2 new albums to the gallery with photos of Sophia in Spain, where she is filming the newest Wes Anderson film! Click on the gallery links below to see all new albums and photos.




I added photos to the gallery of Sophia on set of “Dungeons and Dragons” on 26 & 29 June. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.




Last year Sophia and her twin brother were photographed by Emily Soto for The Laterals. I added 17 outtakes to the gallery. Click on the gallery below to see all new photos.




Sophia Lillis

Every now and then the stars align. Such was the case the other day in Brooklyn when we caught up with actress Sophia Lillis right before she was scheduled to take off for Ireland to film “Dungeons and Dragons” (alongside Chris Pine and Hugh Grant). On hand were master photographer Christopher Mellevold, to document the occasion, and Bare founder and makeup artist, Tina Turnbow, to tend to Sofia’s creamy complexion and bouncy waves. The backdrop? The cool Brooklyn boutique of Hannoh Wessel, one of Sophia’s favorite designers. For this special reunion, the normally makeup-free actress was happy to turn up the intensity of her look—and let us in on her artistic process.

The Bare Magazine: What have been some of your favorite on-screen looks? Do you ever miss your super-short hair?

Sophia Lillis: I really liked my costume in “Gretel and Hansel.” Leonie Prendergast, the costume designer, and her team designed, crafted and sewed all of the costumes from scratch. There was this hat they made that was perfect but only got to be in one scene, but I loved it so much they gave it to me to take it home. My hair on that production was the best it’s ever been as well, cropped short and darker than my natural color. My hair is pretty long now; I figured I’d take this opportunity of not working to grow it out and let it go back to normal, but I’ve been itching to cut it recently … so we’ll see.

Bare: How would you sum up your style? Do you see it evolving and how?

SL: I like to be comfortable basically. I dress up from time to time, if I’m going out or meeting up with people. I like to shop at vintage stores a lot. But its a bit of a mishmash — certain things make me happy, like suspenders, cool hats and definitely pockets.

Bare: If you were given the chance to play a legendary actor who would it be and why?

SL: One of my favorite actresses when I was young was Giulietta Masina. I always thought her face stood out from the rest, har reactions were so interesting. Especially in “La Strada.” Those scenes where she performed her clown routine. She smiled and marched and blew her horn and you couldn’t help but smile. When she cried, you cried. I realized her acting in general reminds me of a mime. Her face was strange to me, she was always expressing herself with her face or her hands. No matter what she was doing, you couldn’t help but stare. I would have to learn Italian though, or at least the accent.

Bare: You’re about to travel abroad to film “Dungeons and Dragons.” What bare essentials will be in your travel bag?

SL: I’m actually packing as I’m writing this — I’m bringing mostly comfy clothes and workout clothes — I’m going to be in costume a lot so I don’t have to bring much. Maybe a few jackets. I’ve got some face soap and maybe some makeup in case I’m feeling up for going “out on the town.” I also have to quarantine when I get there, so I’m bringing my lil guitar (thanks ianowt guys), some books, and maybe a puzzle.

Bare: As an actor, do you find the process of hair, wardrobe and makeup helps get you into character? Are you anticipating an interesting costume or makeup look for D & D? We are at the edge of our seats…

SL: Yes absolutely! I can do whatever I can in order to prepare for my character before I travel. But nothing’s for sure until I get in the clothes and makeup. Can’t tell you too much about the D&D character and costume just yet, but I’m really excited about working on this project. I think it’s going to be a very fun character to play with 😉

Source: thebaremagazine.com

Click on the gallery link below to see all photos in full size from this photoshoot.




Photography by Christopher Mellevold for The Bare Magazine. Click on the gallery link below to see the photos full size.




I added 10 new photoshoot outtakes to the gallery taken by Valheria Rocha for Netflix – The Undefinables last year. Click on the gallery links below to see the photos full size.




Sophia Lillis Broke This Styling Rule To Watch Dior’s Show At Home

Getting ready to sit front row at a fashion show is a process that might typically take hours. But, when you’re tuning in to a show in Paris from across the ocean, it’s a different set of rules. “I mentioned that 8:30 a.m. (the time when the show airs in NY) is kinda early to be getting dressed up and I would usually still be in pajamas,” explains actor Sophia Lillis in regards to Dior’s Fall 2021 show. So, instead of a ball gown or three-piece suit, Lillis, the star of Netflix’s I Am Not Okay With This, went with what was familiar (yet fancy) — Dior pajamas. “Really nice ones with animals on them,” she adds. “Much nicer than my regular flannel ones. And they sent me shoes, which I normally wouldn’t wear with pajamas but the pointy flats with the hearts on them were so fun I made an exception.”

Taking all the COVID precautions, Lillis tuned into Dior’s show from her apartment in Brooklyn in lieu of finding a spot in the traditional stadium the iconic French fashion house is known for. “My favorite thing about my apartment is that there’s a grocery store downstairs so I don’t have to go that far to get food,” she explains noting that since the show coincided with her usual breakfast time, she was able to enjoy both at once. “Tea and a bagel with whitefish salad,” she notes of her daily meal.

Over the last few months of quarantine, Lillis has been making the most of her time at home, taking up hobbies. “I watch a lot of movies,” she explains. “Draw little sketches for my friends. I’m in a [Dungeons & Dragons] group with some friends so we play once a week or so if everyone’s not too busy.” She’s also committed to picking up a new skill: “I’ve decided to finally learn how to do a cartwheel.”

And while, like many, Lillis has found herself drawn to more casual dress, her time in quarantine has also sparked her creativity when it comes to her style. Explaining that her uniform is “sweatpants mostly, unless I have to go out. Then, I get dressed up, which I normally wouldn’t, just to wear something different.”

Though Lillis — who was recently confirmed to star in the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons film alongside Hugh Grant and Chris Pine — is unwilling to give up her comfy separates anytime soon, (“I love sweatpants”) she has found herself missing some of her old dressing habits from the pre-pandemic era. “I’m not sure what the fashion trends are right now,” she says. “I miss hats. I love to wear hats, but since I’m inside so much I don’t really get to wear them. I have some nice spring hats, so hopefully in a few months?”

Source: thezoereport.com




You’ve Definitely Seen Uncle Frank’s Sophia Lillis Before


Photographed by Juergen Teller

You might recognize Sophia Lillis from the Netflix series I Am Not Okay With This, or her turn as a young Amy Adams in Sharp Objects. Last year, the 19-year-old actress broke new ground as Beth Bledsoe in Alan Ball’s road-trip-slash-coming-of-age film, Uncle Frank. In her interview for W’s 2021 Best Performances portfolio, Lillis opens up about her fear of driving (like many native New Yorkers, she’s still figuring it out), her favorite Halloween costume, and how working on It, the first big studio role she landed as a kid, felt like summer camp.

How old were you when you started acting?

Eight or 9. I started by acting in NYU thesis films. My first film was called The Lipstick Stain, and my character was living in a funeral home. I got used to being in a lot of depressing films.

Did you go to your high school prom, or were you working?

Because of Covid, I didn’t get a prom or a graduation. I wasn’t actually that hung up on it, though.

Were you a theatrical child?

I was dramatic. I wasn’t a very open person. I was actually shy—still am, in a way. But I think acting helped me open up more.

Was there some particular film or performance that made you want to act?

My mom and stepfather loved old French and Italian films. And I used to watch this actress called Giulietta Masina in La Strada. I just loved her face and the way she reacted on camera. There was something different about her that I loved. I think that was the first time I ever really wanted to act.

Are you an only child?

No, I have a twin brother. He doesn’t act. He did one audition before, and he hated it. So he’s gone on a different road than I have. I think that’s just what twins do.

What was the first thing you booked that was not an NYU movie?

The first big studio film I booked was Stephen King’s It. It was a good experience, getting to work with kids my age, and I did it over the summer, out of school. So it was like a summer camp, but I was working.

With a scary clown. Were you scared of clowns before that movie?

No, I didn’t really think too much about clowns. It wasn’t really a part of my life. I didn’t spend my past time thinking about clowns, but it certainly changed my experience with them. I can’t really look at clowns the same way.

Are there any things you are afraid of?

I used to be really afraid of spiders. I’m also afraid of driving. Horrible at driving, but I want to learn. My New Year’s resolution was to start practicing.

What was your favorite Halloween costume as a kid?

I was a pencil. My dad made the costume. I was wearing pink shoes for the eraser. I had a cone hat that looked like a point, and I had cardboard all around me. I couldn’t really move or ring a doorbell. I fell down lots and couldn’t get back up. My twin brother was a piece of paper—a math test, or something like that. He had problems written all over him.

Source: wmagazine.com








I added new photoshoot outtakes to the gallery taken by Mike Ruiz for L’Officiel Australia Fall Winter Fashion Book and for Bello Mag. Click on the gallery links below to see all photos from these shoots.