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Hailee Steinfeld Reflects on Life Beyond the Spider-Verse

Fans the world over are buzzing about Hailee Steinfeld’s apparent romantic liaison with Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who were spotted recently at a sushi bar in New York. Allen is rumored to have been broken up with Brittany Williams, who has since unfollowed him on Instagram.

The 26-year-old Steinfeld made her film debut at 13, receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in True Grit. She’s been seen in a host of other films since then, including The Edge of Seventeen and Pitch Perfect 3. In 2018, she indulged her acting bug by appearing in two insect-themed movies, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Bumblebee, a film in the Transformers series.

This week will see the debut of Steinfeld’s latest effort, playing the role of Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. She is not, however, reprising her role as Charlie Watson in the sequel to Bumblebee, which is set for release later this month.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Steinfeld explained her motivations for not returning to the beehive. “I don’t know that I knew the plans beyond [Bumblebee], but I like to take everything one step at a time,” she said. “I’ve gotten a lot better at that in my life. I tend to get ahead of myself, and so when it comes to these bigger projects that have whispers and more of a future and whatnot, I like to just focus on what’s in front of me and make that the best that I can.”

A talented singer, Steinfeld also expressed her interest in appearing in a musical drama that would showcase her vocal talents. As she declared in her recent interview, “Yeah, I would love to. That would be two of my greatest loves and passions combined. So I would love that, and anything is possible.” But when asked to name a real-life musician she’d like to play in a biopic, she replied, “That’s a very tough question and one that I’d be conflicted to answer. While I might have one, I would never want to touch that. But if the right one were to come along and I felt like I could do it justice, then I would love that opportunity.”

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Edward Moran
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Edward Moran began his journalistic career many decades ago as a theater and cinema reviewer for Show Business and the New York Theater Review. More recently he contributed film reviews to hosokinema.com and Movie Sleuth. His writings have appeared in publications as diverse as the Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly, the Paris Review, and the Massachusetts Review. Moran also edited a memoir by Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Christine Choy. He served as literary advisor to her film Hyam Plutzik: American Poet, which was the keynote film in the American Perspectives series at the 2007 Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin.


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