Also her love for’ Sing Street ‘, why she would like to guest star on’ Killing Eve ‘and future projects

With the Russo brothers’ new film Cherry, which is now on Apple TV, I recently had the opportunity to speak to Ciara Bravo about the film, which is based on the 2018 Nico Walker novel of the same name, with a script by Angela Russo- Otsot and Jessica Goldberg narrated in six chapters, the film begins with Cherry (Tom Holland) meeting the love of his life (Bravo) in college and serving as an Army medic through a series of events in the Iraq War against the demons of undiagnosed PTSD and the drug addiction spirals that lead him to rob banks to fund his habit. Cherry also plays Kelli Berglund, Thomas Lennon, Jack Reynor, Michael Gandolfini, and Jeff Wahlberg

During the interview, Bravo spoke about the very unusual way she got the role, the importance of the white ribbon her character wears in the film, how she was preparing to play someone high in front of the camera, hers Reaction to the finished movie, Why did she love Henry Jackman’s score and more? She also revealed the TV show she’d like to guest star on, her karaoke song, the movie she’s seen the most, and talked about future projects

Check out what she has to say at the top and bottom of the player Here is an accurate list of what we talked about

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