Riley Keough is giving fans a look behind the scenes of her successful life as an up-and-coming actress.
She posted to Instagram what she called “an intimate slide show.”
The slideshow in question features some very lighthearted photos and videos. The first photo is probably the most normal of the bunch and just features Keough in a pair of glasses looking at the camera.
The second features an old recording from Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro of the song “Stumblin’ In.” However, the third video is what fans in the comments seemed most drawn to. It’s Riley Keough answering an interviewer’s question, “How did you find Stefani?”
This is in reference to her popular role in the recent comedy film “Zola.” She plays a stripper named Stefani.
The actress then says, “I don’t know. I don’t know how I find any of them, I think God just kind of puts them in my mind. I don’t know what God is, but I don’t know where they come from and they just sort of take my body over.”
Country star Orville Peck commented on the post, “Slide three has me dead.”
Other parts of her “intimate slideshow” feature her getting some pink slime put in her ear as well as her all tangled up in headphone wires.
Upcoming Roles for Riley Keough
Besides her recent role in “Zola,” Riley Keough is known for roles in “The Devil All the Time,” “It Comes at Night,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and “The Lodge.”
As of now, according to IMDb, she also has several other upcoming projects she’s working on. She is filming for a TV series called “The Terminal List” where she will play a character named Lauren Reece. She is also in pre-production for a movie called “Manodrome.”
Keough just completed the movie “The Guilty,” which is an upcoming crime thriller film that is directed by Antoine Fuqua. It will be released on Netflix in 2021. It is the remake of a 2018 Danish film and stars Keough, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Dano, Bill Burr, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph.
You can also see Riley Keough in a TV miniseries called “Daisy Jones & The Six” soon. This is a series that is based on a book written by Taylor Jenkins Reid and it will premiere on Amazon Prime Video. It will consist of 13 episodes.
The series is about a fictional band that is going through the erratic music scene of the 1970s. It is filmed in a documentary style with interviews from the band. It will star Riley Keough, Camila Morrone, Sam Claflin, Suki Waterhouse, and Nabiyah Be. Keough is playing the title character.