The multihyphenate musician and West End star, I Am i-D, talks consumerism, creativity, and playing the iconic Bob Marley in 'Get Up Stand Up!'
From sitcom regular to leading star: Madison Shamoun is the actor dominating every streaming service this summer.
With an Emmy nomination and now a starring turn in the Ghostbusters franchise, 15-year-old actor Mckenna Grace is proof that the kids are alright.
Actor on the rise Elliot Edusah talks working alongside Reggie Yates and what the future holds for him ahead of the release of his forever-hilarious movie, Pirates.
Breakout star of Netflix's Fate: The Winx Saga Danny Griffin reflects on the best advice he’s ever received and why he’s always open to learning something new.
Speaking to fellow actor Camila Morrone, the star of Mike Cahill's Bliss Salma Hayek covers our Spring 21 issue.
Meet Nicholas Galitzine, the accidental actor starring in Netflix’s latest supernatural offering.
WONDERLAND EXCLUSIVE: TYGER DREW-HONEY
Wonderland chat with Tyger Drew-Honey on life growing up in the spotlight and what the future holds for the Outnumbered actor.
IN PROFILE: Adelayo Adedayo goes clean and classic
This Dagenham girl is making a beeline for bold, challenging roles – not bad for someone who only picked up acting when she was 17 and runs her own style blog. Pretty impressive for someone who’s playing the lead in BBC’s Some Girls, one of the funniest teen dramas around. In an exclusive video and […]
IN PROFILE: Downton Abbey’s Lily James channels 60s vibes
Last Christmas, Lily James won audiences over with her portrayal of Lady Rose, the hellraising grand-niece of Maggie Smith’s Downton Abbey dowager. In an exclusive video and shoot for Wonderland, she takes off the blonde curls and shows us her best a sixties siren instead.
FUNNY GIRL: Oona Chaplin talks famous granddads and Game of Thrones
Oona Chaplin is no stranger to cult hits. Playing prissy, spoilt Marnie in acclaimed BBC drama The Hour and Robb Stark’s love interest Talisa in the criminally addictive Game Of Thrones, Chaplin is one British actress whose star is on the rise. As The Hour gets into its swing with its boozed-up tale of Soho […]
BEAVER FALLS: Tom Austen
Tom Austen has proven over the last few years to be a true chameleon. From his debut in Shameless to bit parts in big-budget movies, he returns to our screens as all-American jock Mac in E4’s Beaver Falls this summer – as well as landing a part in the new series of Misfits.
JACK ROTH – Bedlam
Jack Roth – son of Tim – has risen to attention since starring in BBC’s Great Expectations and the second series of Sky’s Bedlam, which premiered last week. Wonderland sat down with Roth to discuss his career to date just ahead of his newest film,Strawberry Fields – out early next month.
AWKWARD – Beau Mirchoff
Beau Mirchoff stars as Jenna Hamilton’s love interest in MTV’s Awkward. – the story of a 15 year old in the midst of the most cringe-tastic of emotional crises. Mirchoff’s hilariously nuanced character as handsome-but-hopelessly-coy Matty McKibben will return for a second series this summer – he was itching to tell Wonderland about it.
MARK DEKLIN – life as a Good Christian Bitch
Mark Deklin stars in ABC’s newly launched comedy GCB (set in suburban Dallas and based on Kim Gatlin’s acclaimed semi-autobiographical novel Good Christian Bitches), alongside roles in Desperate Housewives and Hawaii Five-0. In Bitches, he plays happily gay-and-in-the-closet Blake Reilly, and spoke to Wonderland about tackling the complex part.
Wild card – Hollyoaks’ PJ BRENNAN
Shoegazing, suicidal, accent-switching wheeler dealer Doug Carter is easily one of Hollyoaks‘ most nuanced recent creations. Wonderland sat down with Brooklyn-born actor Patrick Joseph “PJ” Brennan to discuss the character – curiously, the first screen role he ever auditioned for.
John Carter – WILLEM DAFOE
Talking to Willem Dafoe just after the release of his latest project, Pixar’s John Carter, Wonderland got the feeling he was as keen to find out about us as were were him – asking, “where are you from? I always ask journalists” – and discussing his distaste for egotism and working with artists he doesn’t […]
BOOKED OUT – Mirren Burke
Booked Out, the story of a graphic novel fanatic-cum-aspiring illustrator who falls for her elusive next door neighbour, premieres in the UK on Tuesday. Wonderland spoke to its star Mirren Burke about the role – her debut screen performance – and asks; if you could choose to be in any film past or present, what […]
In this latest film for Wonderland accompanying a shoot in the current February/March edition, we follow Faster and Going The Distance star Oliver Jackson-Cohen in a blue and grayscale-splashed short… Film: Rhys Frampton Fashion Editor: Way Perry Editing and filming: Daniel Burdett Make-up: Adam De Cruz Hair: Meggie Cousland