Emma Roberts on How Being a Mom Affected Her Role in Abandoned – Exclusive

Thanks to her famous aunt, Julia Roberts, Emma Roberts grew up with an inside eye in Hollywood, and she’s practically raised an entire generation thanks to her roles in “Unfabulous,” “American Horror Story,” and “Scream Queens,” among others. popular series and movies. Now she is a mother to more than her viewers. As noted by Teen VogueEmma welcomed her first child, a boy, into the world on December 27, 2020, and has fallen into the parenting role quite well since then. She called him Rhodes.

“Having a newborn during the pandemic was a lot harder than they expected, but they are really trying their best to figure it out,” a source close to Emma told me. People shortly after the birth of Rhodes. This comes as no surprise, as Emma always seems to rise to whatever challenge she faces. After all, there is a reason why so many people around the world look up to her.

Now her adventures in motherhood come in handy in her career as she plays a new mom in her latest movie, ‘Abandoned’. In this film, she portrays a woman who is married to a man, played by John Gallagher Jr., who is also a horror veteran (“Hush,” “10 Cloverfield Lane”). In an exclusive interview with The List, Emma even explained how motherhood affected her on-screen role as a new mom.

Being a mom helped Emma Roberts bring her character to life

For Emma Roberts, being a mom turned out to be beneficial for playing a new mom in “Abandoned.” In fact, she told The List: “It was funny because my son was probably five or six months old when I read it, and they were scared to send it to me at first. They said, ‘We don’t know how you’re going feeling about this, being a new mom. It might startle you.'”

“But I’ve read it, and I don’t mind a little spooky or that atmosphere,” she joked. “No, I thought it was a very well-told story. I don’t know. I would never let anything get in the way of a well-told story.” Of course, Roberts actually prefers playing nuanced characters that allow her to explore her craft in new ways — challenging the horror genre to go deeper.

“I didn’t take it home, and my son would come to lunch with me every day. John [Gallagher Jr.] “I got to know him,” she continued. “It was actually a really nice atmosphere on such a scary set, but we were all together every day in this house in North Carolina.” Because of this, the set became a family. became tight and snug. When you see the film, it’s crazy to think we were all having fun, all having lunch together, sitting outside on a blanket, and then we were filming that.”

“Abandoned” is now in theaters and will be out on digital and On Demand on June 24.

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