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'Lonely Planet': Diana Silvers and Younès Boucif Join Netflix Romance

Deadline reports that Diana Silvers, along with Standing Up’s Younès Boucif, will be joining the cast of the upcoming Netflix romance film, Lonely Planet, which stars the odd but exciting pairing of Laura Dern and Liam Hemsworth. Lonely Planet will be a love story set in Morocco by writer, director, and producer Susannah Grant, of Netflix’s 2019 series Unbelievable, and is a continuation of the creative partnership between Netflix and 3dot productions.
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Diana Silvers Shares Her Guide to Sensitive Skin Care and Blushy Makeup

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. “I have always been bad about up-keeping a skin-care routine, but I feel like the older I get the more important it is for me to have a routine and stick with it,” says actor Diana Silvers in the latest installment of Vogue’s Beauty Secrets. “Consistency is key. I try not to introduce too many products because I have sensitive skin, so it’s very well-curated and thought out.”
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'Space Force' Stars Ben Schwartz, Diana Silvers, Jimmy O. Yang and Tawny Newsome Address Surprising Season 2 Cliffhanger (Exclusive)

Almost two years after its series premiere on Netflix, Space Force Season 2 has made its way into the streaming giant's orbit this weekend for seven laugh-out-loud episodes that will no doubt leave you wanting more. The Steve Carell and Greg Daniels-created sitcom, which premiered in 2020, picks up at a disciplinary trial just weeks after the U.S. Space Force led by Gen. Mark Naird (Carell) comes under fire for disobeying direct orders. Things look pretty dire at first but take a welcomed turn throughout the season with the characters bonding outside of Space Force, though it looks like the team itself is on the verge of disbandment. As things suddenly perk right back up and into place, it's then and there in Episode 7's "The Hack" that things are not exactly what they seem.
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Diana Silvers on "Actually Enjoying Taking Care of Yourself"

Actress and model Diana Silvers has plenty of life updates to talk about. The second season of her Netflix series Space Force premieres on February 18, and she recently became a brand ambassador for Clé de Peau Beauté. However, as soon as we start talking about books, everything else on the agenda goes out the window.
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Dakota Fanning and Diana Silvers on Their Favorite ‘No Makeup Makeup’ Products

All products and services featured by Variety are independently selected by Variety editors. However, Variety may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Dakota Fanning’s makeup journey began at age 5, getting her face done professionally for on-screen roles for “ER” and “CSI.” Of course, her makeup routine has evolved since her days as an amenable kid in the makeup trailer but really, the basics of her “no makeup makeup look,” as she describes it to Variety, haven’t changed much at all. In fact, one of the first...
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Diana Silvers on beauty, self-care and achieving radiance

Diana Silver's star is rising. You might be familiar with her modelling work, where her lithe 5'10 frame and ethereal facial features have seen Silver walk for some of fashion's biggest designers and appear on the covers of international publications. More recently, Silvers has turned her attention to the pursuit of acting and, at the age of 24 she's landed roles in successful films such as Booksmart and Ma. In her latest endeavour as a new ambassador for Clé de Peau Beauté, alongside fellow Hollywood stars Dakota Fanning and Ella Balinska, Silvers spoke Bazaar about what beauty means to her and how we can achieve true radiance.
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Diana Silvers On Ballet, Y2K Fashion, and the 'Cool Girl' Myth

In 2019’s hit movie Booksmart, Diana Silvers played the ultimate cool girl. As Hope, she was queer, confident, and chain-smoking — a teenage rebel without a cause (but with a heart of gold!) that will live on in cinema history. Yet over Zoom on a recent afternoon, the real Silvers, 23, is lamenting just how uncool she finds herself to be, all triggered by the mention of the universal 2020 uniform: sweatpants.
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Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth on ‘Birds of Paradise,’ How They Prepared to Play Elite Ballerinas, and Working with Jacqueline Bisset

From writer/director Sarah Adina Smith (Hanna, Legion, Room 104) and based on the novel Bright Burning Stars by A.K. Small, the drama Birds of Paradise is set at a prestigious ballet school in Paris, France at a time when ambitious aspiring ballerina Kate Sanders (Diana Silvers) is trying to prove she’s worth the scholarship she was given while also going up against beautiful fellow dancer Marine Durand (Kristine Froseth). As their dynamic evolves from confrontational to friendship to competition, the two young women risk everything to win a highly coveted contract with the Opéra national de Paris.
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Diana Silvers on “Birds of Paradise” and Chasing Perfection

Diana Silvers is a perfectionist. It's something she's working on, building up the fortitude to view a mistake as something other than a weakness. There is beauty in those blemishes, or so she's been told. The 23-year-old actor, best known for her role in the hit comedy Booksmart, isn't quite there yet. She's still too hard on herself, too beholden to her own near-impossible standards of perfection, too scared of "f*cking up," she tells Teen Vogue while promoting her latest film, the intense ballet drama Birds of Paradise.
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Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth Get Grilled (By Each Other)

In the twisty dance thriller Birds of Paradise, Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth play rival frenemies competing for the top prize at an elite Parisian ballet academy. Based on A.K. Small’s YA novel Bright Burning Stars, the movie ratchets up the tension as newbie dancer Kate (Silvers) and the more seasoned-but-mercurial Marine (Froseth) engage in some psycho-sexual mind games and one upmanship to score a contract at the Opéra national de Paris. But in real life, the actors became fast friends while shooting the Amazon movie in Budapest, as evidenced by the following back-and-forth, in which they discuss first dances, favorite songs, and FaceTime.
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Birds of Paradise stars Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth discuss being up for the same roles

The stars of the new Amazon film about rival ballerinas shared what it was like when one of them got a huge part the other also tested for. While the competition between their characters in Birds of Paradise has them going for each other's jugular at times, actresses Diana Silvers (Booksmart) and Kristine Froseth (The Society) have had a much more chill experience going up for the same parts in real life.
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