Lulu Wilson Was A ‘Distressed Goose’ On The Set Of Mike Flanagan’s Fall Of The House Of Usher [Exclusive]

In Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote’s “The Wrath of Becky,” Wilson performs Becky, a 16-year-old who’s attempting to heal after a violent assault on her household by Neo-Nazis, however must battle again after he house is invaded by a fascist group. Speaking to /Film at SXSW, Wilson known as co-star Seann William Scott a “silly goose,” owing to his candy and delicate nature. When requested about working with Flanagan later within the interview, director Matt Angel circled again to the “silly goose” epithet used earlier by Wilson, as she defined how she “goofed around” on set:

“I’m only in the first half of the first episode. It’s nice because I get to kind of start something out, but yeah, it’s a bunch of Edgar Allan Poe stories. From what I know, I honestly — it was a very short thing. I got to set and I goofed around, and did my thing, and then left.”

When Angel jokingly interjected whether or not Wilson was a foolish goose, she mused that she was “a distressed goose,” as her scenes included being coated in water, blood, and grime. Expanding on her expertise on set, Wilson stated that “it was really fun” taking pictures these intense scenes, together with one which included an axe, though she was not the one to wield it. As Wilson is just current in the course of the first episode, her expertise of filming was quick and candy, though a tad uncomfortable with the involvement of a rain machine within the chilly.

Wilson’s function in Flanagan’s upcoming miniseries is undisclosed in the meanwhile, and “The Fall of the House of Usher” is anticipated to premiere someday across the fall of 2023.

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