Bella Thorne Isn’t too into the idea that eternal life is possible. “I think living forever is ridiculous. Who really wants to do that? Come on now,” She tells POPSUGAR. “That is just too much. You watch the world change, you watch the sh*t in the world get worse and worse and worse, and then it gets better, and then it’s worse again.” She believes that the cycles would eventually get tired.
This is in line with her character. “Divinity,” It’s a strange, Sci-Fi trip that was premiered at Sundance Film Festival January. You can find it here. Thorne The movie’s closest representation of a God or Holy Spirit is the one that it features. Shot entirely on black-and-white film, “Divinity” centers around a serum that can make people immortal — with some unexpected and The consequences can be quite horrific. However, most movies are about the film’s gruesome consequences. on The dangers associated with taking science too far Thorne She is a leader of an ethereal group of women that seem to offer a different way of life.
You will find yourself in an empty desert with no sun. “Divinity” The retro, warped thriller follows Stephen Dorff (a man) who inherits the serum company from his father. Soon, aliens are in the fray and Force him to administer the serum. and Violent acts follow.
Now! and then, Thorne and Her group appears on The screen provides much-needed guidance to the few female characters in the film. Thorne She sees herself as the role of “good, divine feminine leader” A group of “women that are going to help them and protect them,” She tells POPSUGAR. “I’m kind of their savior in that way — to lead them to a long life and teach them how to fight and how to protect themselves, and how to be safe, and how to stay alive.” She is the symbol of fertility in an unforgiving world. and rebirth.
A longtime sci-fi fan, 25-year-old Thorne She jumped at the opportunity to dive into the genre. “I really like all the subgenres under psychological and horror and sci-fi. The three of those — I’m Gucci,” Actor: “That’s honestly the only thing that I watch. I don’t really watch comedy or drama very much, but I love some sci-fi sh*t, man. I f*cking love some sci-fi.”
She wouldn’t choose to live forever but she does look forward to the possibilities for what the future holds. “I’m really stoked for flying cars, man. I feel like we’ve been talking about this sh*t for a long time, and it’s taken a long time,” It sounds serious she claims. “I just want it to happen.”
She is not so excited about other parts of the future. “I’m not excited for the AIs to take over the world and kill all of humanity,” Sie says. “That doesn’t seem super fun.”
She wants to see Hollywood make meaningful improvements in the near future. and Society in general, and especially when it comes to women’s autonomy. Thorne She has spoken out about the sexual abuse she suffered as a child star. Her break came when she was able to speak out about her experiences as a child star. on “Shake It Up” Zendaya is also available. and As many of her fellow young female stars, she suffered too much too soon. For example, she revealed that she had been accused by a director, at the age of 10, about flirting with him.
She hopes that others will follow her lead and make things better. “I would like to see more complicated women, more complicated female characters,” Sie says. “We’re not just a bad girl or a good girl. I would love to see more very dynamic female characters on screen.”
Also, she is very focused on her work. on Living in the present. Thorne You have a lot to offer on right now — she has her own jewelry company and weed brand Manage. Her other responsibilities include working on Many new movies are available, including “Saint Clare,” In which she plays the role of a female assassin.
She says that she is still working despite it all. on She is very concerned about her mental well-being and Learn to be reliant on herself. She is just as real in life as her character. “Divinity,” Her skeptical attitude towards miracle drugs is what she says and quick fixes. Although weed has helped her through a lot of her mental health challenges — that’s why she’s launched her own company — she’s emphatic that it’s not a be-all and end-all cure.
She is only human. She does, however, sound for just a second like an earthly version of herself “Divinity” A character full of life lessons on A greed-driven human race. “There’s things that can help,” She says: “but you are the only person that’s going to fix yourself.”