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Since Everything, Everything, Stenberg has been something of a YA-adaptation powerhouse, going on to star in adaptations of The Darkest Minds and The Hate You Give. In 2021, she gave a Broadway adaptation a shot, appearing in the film version of Dear Evan Hansen.

After Bodies Bodies Bodies, Stenberg will star in the highly anticipated Star Wars series The Acolyte. The show is described as a “mystery-thriller that will take viewers into a galaxy of shadowy secrets and emerging dark-side powers in the final days of the High Republic era.” The Acolyte is expected to hit Disney+ in 2023.

“My whole life is Star Wars,” Stenberg told Den of Geek at SDCC 2022. “I wake up and I think about Star Wars. I watch Star Wars before I go to sleep. I read Star Wars. I listen to Star Wars podcasts. My life has been transformed to be dedicated to this one universe, which is actually really fun and liberating. To finally be able to share it with people who love the universe so much, especially because they contribute so much to it…I’m just so excited!”

Maria Bakalova
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Maria Bakalova

With a number of credits in her native Bulgaria under her belt, Maria Bakalova introduced herself to international audiences with 2020’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, as the daughter of Sacha Baron Cohen’s fictional Kazakh reporter Borat Sagdiyev. Bakalova won over critics around the globe, earning an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Off the back of Borat’s success, she landed a role in Judd Apatow’s 2022 pandemic comedy The Bubble and will next be heard voicing Cosmo the Spacedog in James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in 2023. 

Myha'la Herrold
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Myha’la Herrold

Myha’la Herrold made a name for herself in the theater world starring in Broadway productions such as The Book of Mormon. Herrold was then cast in HBO’s British workplace drama Industry, playing an ambitious transplant from New York who has lied about her educational background to work at a prestigious investment bank. Herrold also appeared in Hulu’s teen pregnancy comedy Plan B. She can next be found in Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail’s pandemic drama Leave the World Behind alongside Mahershala Ali, Julia Roberts, Ethan Hakwe, and Kevin Bacon.

Chase Sui Wonders
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Chase Sui Wonders

An alum of The Harvard Lampoon, Chase Sui Wonders has written and worked on her own film projects, but perhaps is best known for the 2019 psychological horror film Daniel Isn’t Real and the 2021 HBO Max series Generations, portraying popular, self-possessed high school student Riley. Wonders will next be seen in Neil LaBute’s Out of the Blue, alongside Diane Kruger and Hank Azaria, as well as AppleTV+’s adaptation of City of Fire, where she’ll portray a shooting victim at the center of a city-wide conspiracy.

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