Harris Dickinson sits in a typical get-together room in an extraordinarily ordinary London office square and demands that his life is very regular as well – paying little brain to a rollercoaster two years. “Things haven’t transformed,” he says. “I truly live in London. I’m still with a near youth. I live near my family… It’s beguiling.”
On screen in any case, it’s a substitute story. Lately, the 22-year-old featured in Trust, Danny Boyle’s 10-region depiction of the occasions including the snatching of oil beneficiary John Paul Getty III (he played the lead, shedding 30 pounds simultaneously). Next year he will be appearing alongside Angelina Jolie in Disney blockbuster Maleficent 2 (“I got to ride horses, I was sword fighting, like… that shit was fun”), and he’s just finished filming Matthias and Maxine, where he’s going to be directed, and staring alongside the much-lauded young French-Canadian author, Xavier Dolan (which was “a beautiful experience”).