Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies Cast: Meet A24s New Generation of Horror Stars

Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies Cast: Meet A24s New Generation of Horror Stars ...

Who are you? We all fall into certain friendship archetypes, whether we were the responsible parent of the group, the initiator, or the one who never responds in the group chat. Sometimes we fill these roles in order to bring out the best in our friend groups, but more often than not these roles are set in stone during our youth, before we define ourselves, and evolve into something toxic and decidedly nasty.

Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies, an A24s SXSW breakout horror film, will surely stoke a debate online about its young, energetic cast. However, some of the other cast members may be familiar or unfamiliar.

Below you can see exactly where youve seen them before and where you can find them next. After Bodies Bodies Bodies, we were certain that youll see a lot more in the future.

Amandla Stenberg

Amandla Stenberg took on the role of Rue in 2012's The Hunger Games, a voice-acting role in Fox's Sleepy Hollow and the 2016 Sundance film As You Are co-starring Stranger Things Charlie Heaton. She played Maddy Whittier, a girl who struggled to leave her home but who nonetheless fell in love with her neighbor.

Since Everything, Everything, Stenberg has been a YA-adaptation powerhouse, going on to star in adaptations of The Darkest Minds and The Hate You Give. In 2021, she gave a try on a Broadway adaptation of Dear Evan Hansen.

After Bodies Bodies Bodies, Stenberg will reprise his role in the highly anticipated Star Wars series The Acolyte, which is scheduled to launch on Disney+ in 2023.

Amandla Stenberg talks about being cast in Star Wars: The Acolyte and how it is wonderful to be a part of a universe that they have cherished for so long! http://t.co/IKPvnicOPl pic.twitter.com/EQbCulavwi

Stenberg told Den of Geek at SDCC 2022 that his whole life is about Star Wars. I readStar Wars before I go to sleep. I listen toStar Warspodcasts. My life has been transformed to be dedicated to this one universe, which is extremely fulfilling and liberating. To finally be able to share it with people who love it so much, especially because they contribute so much to it, is just so amazing!

Maria Bakalova

Maria Bakalova, who is the daughter of Sacha Baron Cohen's fictional Kazakh reporter Borat Sagdiyev, received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Judd Apatows 2022 pandemic comedy The Bubble, and will next appear in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in 2023.

Myhala Herrold

Myhala Herrold rose to prominence in Broadway plays such as The Book of Mormon. She was cast in HBO's British workplace drama Industry, playing an ambitious New York couple who has lied about her educational background to work for a prestigious investment bank. She will next appear in Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail's pandemic drama Leave the World Behind alongside Mahershala Ali, Julia Roberts, Ethan Hakwe, and Kevin Bacon.

Chase Sui Wonders

Chase Sui Wonders, an alum of The Harvard Lampoon, has written and worked on her own film projects, but is best known for the 2019 psychological horror film Daniel Isnt Real and the 2021 HBO Max series Generations, in which she plays a popular, self-possessed high school student Riley. She will next appear in Neil LaButes' Out of the Blue, alongside Diane Kruger and Hank Azaria, as well as AppleTV+'s adaptation of City of Fire, where shell depict

Rachel Sennott

Rachel Sennott starred in HBO's High Maintenance and the short-lived ABC comedy Call Your Mother, alongside fellow comedian and breakout star Ayo Edebiri of FXs The Bear, both of which received widespread critical acclaim.

Sennott will play a supporting role in the highly anticipated HBO series The Idol, created by The Weeknd. Bottoms, a teen sex comedy about two unpopular queer girls in their senior year, is also co-written and will be seen by other members.

Bodies Bodies Bodies Bodies is now available in cinemas.