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.

March 6th, 2020 by Veronique



March 4th, 2020 by Veronique


‘I Am Not Okay With This’ Star Sophia Lillis Talks Netflix Show

“This is what I think high school is like—you know, besides the supernatural.”


Photography by Emman Montalvan

Sophia Lillis is a technicolor dream in a plaid trouser-and-shirt ensemble, a jaunty newsboy cap sitting atop her bright auburn hair. Throughout our conversation, her luminescent eyes widen with excitement often. Sitting here in the Beverly Hills sunshine at The London Hotel, one thing is immediately apparent: Lillis is truly an actress.

The warm, inviting grin I’m greeted with is a far cry from the characters she’s taken on most recently. As Beverly Marsh, she survives in the horror classic revivals It and It: Chapter Two, and as a young Amy Adams in the psychological thriller series Sharp Objects, she carves a space for herself as a conduit for characters who carry the burden of trauma through the storylines they experience. Her latest project, the comic-inspired series, I Am Not Okay With This, draws from previous Netflix successes in similar genres.

In Sophia’s’ starring role as Sydney Novak in I Am Not Okay With This, she plays a teen attempting to survive high school in the wake of her father’s suicide. Her mother is an additional source of conflict, through her barbed criticisms of Sydney, we see a human, imperfect expression of her own grief. Add to this the added responsibility of taking on more caretaking of her younger brother, a budding confusion and awareness about her sexuality and it’s easy to see why an increasingly chaotic and violent manifestation of early telekinetic superpowers is just another facet in the tumultuous life of Sydney.

For Sophia, the emergence of Sydney’s superpowers exists alongside the other events of her life, in the same world. “I feel like all of that is just one of her many, many troubles in her process of growing up. That’s what it’s like growing up, figuring out who you are, and what you want to be and who you like, who don’t like and all that sort of stuff, all meshes together and [her superpowers] are just one of them. It’s just about Sydney trying to grow up,” Sophia tells Teen Vogue.

In the universe of I Am Not Okay With This, it’s refreshing to see a problem like disappointing your overworked, grieving mother by forgetting to bring home the groceries, existing next to, say, exploding that grocery store with your telekinetic powers, carry the same level of importance. It’s a reality that’s much closer to what anyone might actually experience and feel if confronted with the supernatural. How is this impacting the people I love and care about? Is a much more immediate, authentic question than deciding if you’re going to be a supervillain, a hero, or beginning some kind of quest.

It’s this element that Lillis loved so much about portraying Sydney. “I loved her. She’s had all this thrown at her and I always feel so bad for her because she always tries to do her best and get through it by herself, and it’s inspiring, Sophia says.“Even though it never goes the way she wants it to, I really relate to her. And that’s how I act in that sense, what I put of myself in that character, that’s me if that was in her place.”

Sydney’s relationship with her power itself is similarly realistic, as she realizes how her emotional triggers, control and lack of control of her anger, set off the largely unwanted explosions of power she experiences. “That kind of anger was something that she couldn’t really control. She always says ‘I don’t know why I’m angry all the time,’ and ‘I’m trying so hard to control it.’ It’s what makes her more human. It’s something that’s just a part of her grieving process, just a lot of denial and a lot of suppressed anger that she doesn’t want to put on other people,” Sophia says.

With I Am Not Okay With This, identity, the usual (but not at all easy) questions of figuring out who you are, your likes, your dislikes, your sexuality, all carry the weight of real-life seriousness, with equally realistic moments of lightness, humor, and vulnerability. For Sydney, her superpowers are another part of this, bringing clarity, opening up of new friendships, and sparking self-realizations as she grows into her power.

“It’s something that I really wanted to portray because it’s a show that I wish I had before I started high school,” Sophia says. This is what I think high school is like—you know, besides the supernatural.”

SOURCE: TeenVogue.com


March 4th, 2020 by Veronique


Sophia and Wyatt Oleff were interviewed by Hollywood Life. Photography by Paige Kindlick. Click on the gallery link below to see all photos.

Below is the full video interview and a behind the scenes video that was posted on @hollywoodlife’s instagram story.


March 3rd, 2020 by Veronique


I added new photoshoots to the gallery, click on the gallery links to see all new photoshoot photos full size!


March 3rd, 2020 by Veronique



March 2nd, 2020 by Veronique


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March 2nd, 2020 by Veronique


I added a lot of IANOWT season 1 behind the scenes, promotional photos and stills to the gallery this past week. Click on the gallery link below to see see all photos, here are a few previews:


March 1st, 2020 by Veronique



February 29th, 2020 by Veronique



February 29th, 2020 by Veronique


5 Reasons I Am Not Okay With This Deserves To Be On Your Watch List
Sophia Lillis, Wyatt Oleff, Sofia Bryant, and Richard Ellis go long on the most binge-worthy bits of their show

From The End of the F***ing World director Jonathan Entwistle and Stranger Things producer Shawn Levy comes Netflix’s newest binge-worthy series, I Am Not Okay With This.

Based on the comic book of the same name (and written by Charles Forsman, who also wrote The End of the F***ing World), the show centers around Sydney, played by Sophia Lillis, a teen who discovers she has super powers when she’s really just trying to make her way through puberty. By her side are the usual suspects in any good high school story: Stanley, played by Lillis’s It co-star Wyatt Oleff, is the awkward kid trying to push his way into Syd’s orbit; Dina (Sofia Bryant) is the cool new girl and Syd’s true best friend; and Brad (Richard Ellis) is the jock that Syd just has to tolerate because he happens to be dating said best friend.

At a recent press event for the show, the stars sat down with MTV News to talk about what they loved most about the show — and what they think you’ll love too. So, from the mouths of the cast: Here are five reasons I Am Not Okay With This deserves to be your next big binge.

Read the rest of the article on MTV.com!


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Current & Upcoming Projects
Gretel & Hansel

Role: Gretel
Release Date: 31 January 2020 (USA)
A long time ago in a distant fairy tale countryside, a young girl leads her little brother into a dark wood in desperate search of food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil.


I Am Not Okay With This (Season 1)

Role: Sydney
Release Date: 26 February 2020 (Netflix)
Sydney is a teenage girl navigating the trials and tribulations of high school while dealing with the complexities of her family, her budding sexuality, and mysterious superpowers just beginning to awaken deep within her.


Unlce Frank

Role: Beth Bledsoe
Release Date: 25 January 2020 (Sundance)
In 1973, when Frank Bledsoe and his 18-year-old niece Beth take a road trip from Manhattan to Creekville, South Carolina for the family patriarch's funeral, they're unexpectedly joined by Frank's lover Walid.