Alice, Darling movie cast: Who stars in the movie?

Alice, Darling movie. Image courtesy Lionsgate
Alice, Darling movie. Image courtesy Lionsgate /

Anna Kendrick is back on the big screen with Alice, Darling. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 2022, but it is only now releasing in theaters nationwide. Who’s in the Alice, Darling movie cast along with Kendrick and what is it about?

Those in Los Angeles were super lucky to see this movie before the rest of the world as Alice, Darling had a limited release in the city beginning late December 2022. From what we have seen, critics love the movie! At Rotten Tomatoes, Alice Darling has a Fresh score of 84%, a number that is surely to increase as the movie opens in more theaters.

Alice, Darling plot

The movie follows Alice, a young woman in an emotionally abusive relationship. When Alice is invited to go on a girls trip, she struggles with the stress and pressure of Simon’s manipulative ways. Is Alice too late to break free or is Simon’s hold on Alice too strong?

Alice, Darling movie cast

Here’s the Alice, Darling movie cast and who each actor will portray:

  • Anna Kendrick as Alice
  • Tiio Horn as Tess, one of Alice’s best friends
  • Charlie Carrick as Simon, Alice’s boyfriend
  • Wunmi Mosaku as Sophie, Alice’s best friend

We know Kendrick is going to kill this role! She’s not only a brilliant actress, but this isn’t her first time tackling a psychological thriller. One of Kendrick’s best performances is her role in the film A Simple Favor. And just from watching the trailer to Alice, Darling, this is going to be another great one!

Tiio Horn is best known for her roles in Sugar Darry, 22 Chaser, and Tell Me I Love You. In this movie, she’ll be one of Alice’s best friends along with Wunmi Mosaku, who stars in Call Jane, His House, and I Am Slave. As for Simon, Alice’s abusive boyfriend, Charlie Carrick will take on the role. Carrick is known for The Wolf and the Lion, The Power, and Held for Ransom. 

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