I like to go with the flow: Elizabeth Debicki
The actor, known for essaying highly contrasting roles, opens up about her choice of scripts and characters
Australian actor Elizabeth Debicki says she has never been good at planning her film career and likes to go with the flow.
"I have never been very good at planning what film roles I want to do next. I was lucky that I played very different characters last year and they were really challenging in different ways," says Debicki.
"But I am also a theatre actor and I know what roles I want to play in theatre. There are lots of role in literature that I want to tackle. But in films, I see what comes around the corner next," she adds.
Debicki entered the film industry in 2011 with a small role in A Few Best Men. She has taken up diverse and varied roles to prove her mettle as an actor -- be it her role as the evil Ayesha in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, brief appearance as a friend of the female protagonist in The Great Gatsby to, now, the light-hearted movie Peter Rabbit.
About the latter, she says, "The movie is excellent. I have watched it and I thought the animation was amazing. I watched it with a bunch of kids and they loved it. They thought it was hilarious and it was really beautiful to see that."
Peter Rabbit is based on the classic tale by Beatrix Potter about Peter Rabbit and his family. Also starring Domhnall Gleeson and Rose Byrne, the film is slated to be released in India on April 6.