Suki Waterhouse is gradually making her transition into a bona fide Hollywood actress. After breaking up with Bradley Cooper, she lay low for a while but soon took the decision to try it out on the west coast, instead of on the runways. For a while, she has been appearing as the pretty girl in movies, especially in Love, Rosie, but it looks like she is ready to cast that image aside with the new upcoming film called The Bad Batch.
The 25-year-old actress is acting as an amputee in The Bad Batch, directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, famous for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. In the trailer, Suki is seen dragging herself on a cart across the desert, missing one arm and one leg. Set in a futuristic, sci-fi world, it looks like Suki’s character is trying to make her way into the world by becoming a bada** herself.
Unfortunately, the movie has not gotten good reviews from the critics. Right now, The Bad Batchhovers around 44 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, the consensus being that, while it has its moments, it is “too thinly written and self-indulgent to justify its length or compensate for its slow narrative drift.”
Check out a promotional picture she uploaded on her Instagram!
After years of trying, Suki is finally gaining momentum in acting, but also in her personal life. After breaking up with Bradley Cooper, who now has a baby with Irina Shayk, Suki has not been seen dating anyone for a while. But earlier this year, she was seen hanging out with Mexican actor Diego Luna.
The 37-year-old star of the most recent Star Wars movie and the model-actress was last spotted in January in Tulum, Mexico, where they “packed on the PDA during a leisurely stroll” and kept “a close eye on each other,” according to People Magazine.
Since then, the pair has not been seen in Mexico, the U.S. or the UK. She also does not post anything about her dating life on Instagram, keeping the social media outlet for her modeling and acting ventures. Diego also avoids posting about his personal life, choosing to use his popularity for philanthropy.
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