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X-Men spinoff The New Mutants is finally coming out on August 28, 2020, more than two years after it was originally set to be released. These characters have been around for decades, and their actors have been working for years — but where exactly have we seen these kids before?
Anya Taylor-Joy’s path to Hollywood began when she was flagged down by a stranger in London at the age of 16 — which sounds like the start of a horror story. The Miami-born actor got quite the shock when she noticed a mysterious black car started tailing her, panicking to the point that she picked up her dog and started running. She later told Style magazine that she thought, quote, “This is the end.”
“So I like speed up, pick up the dog and start running. And then this guy sticks his head out the window and goes ‘If you stop, you won’t regret it.’ And I stopped.”
It turned out not to be the end, but rather the beginning of something huge — the person in the car was veteran modeling agent Sarah Doukas, the woman who launched the careers of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne. Taylor-Joy was signed to a contract the next day, and before long she was rubbing elbows with acting agents, too.
Taylor-Joy jumped in at the deep end with her acting career, taking on the lead role in her first film. The newcomer was widely praised for her performance as a Puritan girl in 2015’s The Witch, a New England-set Gothic horror that blew the critics away.
She cemented herself as an exciting new talent the following year when she appeared in sci-fi slasher Morgan; college-age Barack Obama biopic Barry, in which she played the future president’s girlfriend; and M. Night Shyamalan’s surprise superhero sequel, Split. She would reprise the latter role in 2020’s Glass, by which point her work on The New Mutants was already done and dusted. Fans of British drama will also recognize Taylor-Joy from her roles in The Miniaturist and Peaky Blinders. Keep watching the video to see why the cast of X-Men’s New Mutants looks so familiar.
Anya Taylor-Joy (Illyana Rasputin, a.k.a Magik) | 0:00
Maisie Williams (Rahne Sinclair, a.k.a Wolfsbane) | 1:39
Charlie Heaton (Samuel Guthrie, a.k.a Cannonball) | 2:16
Blu Hunt (Danielle Moonstar, a.k.a Mirage) | 3:15
Henry Zaga (Roberto da Costa, a.k.a Sunspot) | 3:59
Alice Braga (Dr. Cecilia Reyes) | 4:56
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