Ariana Greenblatt is quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s rising stars. With impressive performances in movies like Avengers: Infinity War and In the Heights, Greenblatt is proving herself as a versatile actress capable of taking on challenging roles. In her latest interview with Collider, Greenblatt discussed her experience working as a lead in the sci-fi thriller 65 and teased her role in the upcoming Barbie movie directed by Greta Gerwig.
In 65, Greenblatt stars opposite Adam Driver as Koa, a young girl discovered by Pilot Mills (Driver) after his spacecraft crash lands on an uncharted planet. The two must journey across a dangerous and unknown land inhabited by deadly alien creatures. Greenblatt explained the importance of immersing herself in the role, saying: “Just really living in the environment and really understanding your character is incredibly important when you’re doing something like this. Understanding your character very well is important.” She also discussed the significance of chemistry with her co-star, stating: “Adam and I have the driest, most sarcastic humor possible. Chemistry is really important for sure.”
Greenblatt’s next project is the highly anticipated Barbie movie, directed by Greta Gerwig. When asked about her role in the film, Greenblatt teased: “My character fits in somehow, some way, can’t say because it’ll spoil something, but just know it’s really exciting and I think it’s a timeless, really fun movie.” Greenblatt also promised unexpected surprises in the movie, saying: “I am so excited for people to see everything that they just are not expecting, the people they aren’t expecting, the looks they are not expecting.”
Greenblatt’s impressive talent and dedication to her craft have already earned her a spot in Hollywood’s spotlight. As we eagerly await the release of 65 on March 10 and the Barbie movie, we can look forward to more captivating performances from this young talent. Keep an eye out for updates on her promising career, as Greenblatt is sure to make a lasting impact in Hollywood.