Imogen Poots says she admires actresses who challenge themselves by taking on roles that require them to adapt rather than playing lots of similar parts.
Imogen Poots looks up to women who challenge themselves in film.
'The Look of Love' actress - who is currently starring alongside 'Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul in 'A Long Way Down' and 'Need For Speed' - admires actresses such as Kristen Scott Thomas and Shirley Henderson for their ability to adapt to unusual roles.
She told BANG Showbiz: ''These incredible women who really challenge themselves again and again, they're like chameleons, they adapt.
''They are a huge inspiration and they inspire me to be the most terrific actress I can be.''
The blonde beauty - who made her first major film appearance in 2008 post-apocalyptic sci-fi horror '28 Days Later' alongside Robert Carlyle, Jeremy Renner and Idris Elba - says she's planning on taking some time off before her next project, which she's already lined up.
She added: ''I'm doing a film called 'Beautiful Ruins' based on the Jess Walter novel with Todd Field directing, I'm very excited about that.''
Set in the beautiful Swiss Alps, Youth sees Michael Caine & Harvey Keitel in a fine piece of work.
This biopic gallops through the career of groundbreaking gangsta rappers N.W.A, working its way through a checklist of the major events.
While talking about his new drama We Are Your Friends, Zac Efron has been unusually thoughtful.
New reports indicate that eagerly awaited albums by Adele and Coldplay are set...
Like an antidote to vacuous blockbusters, this intelligent, thoughtful drama packs more intensity into a quiet conversation than any number of...
Z for Zachariah was a welcome challenge for high-profile stars Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine.
Ahead of his fourth turn as James Bond in Spectre later this year, Daniel Craig has spoken...