Gallery Update: “Booksmart” Screen Captures

Gallery Update: “Booksmart” Screen Captures

Screen captures of Diana as Hope in Booksmart (2019) have been added to the gallery!


Gallery Update: Public Appearances

Gallery Update: Public Appearances

Hi, Diana fans! Apologies for disappearing and not updating the site. I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Diana attending various events during 2019 and early 2020.


“Space Force” Official Trailer

Space is…hard. From the crew who brought you The Office, Space Force premieres May 29 only on Netflix.

Diana Joins “Space Force”

John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, and more to star in Steve Carell’s Space Force series

EW – The Space Force crew is preparing for launch.

Earlier this year, Netflix announced that Steve Carell was reuniting with The Office boss Greg Daniels for a new Netflix series inspired by President Trump’s much-mocked idea for a sixth branch of the armed forces. Now the series is revealing more details, including an impressive supporting cast.

While Carell will star as Mark R. Naird, “a general tapped by the White House to lead a new branch of the armed forces with the goal of putting American ‘boots on the moon’ by 2024,” John Malkovich (The New Pope), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation), Tawny Newsome (Brockmire), and Diana Silvers (Booksmart) will round out the series regulars, with Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley) and Alex Sparrow (UnREAL) joining as recurring guest stars. And Paddington and Paddington 2 mastermind Paul King will direct the first two episodes.

Silvers as Erin Naird — “Popular and an A-student in Washington, D.C., Mark’s daughter is an outcast in Wild Horse, Colo., after transferring to a remote military base and turns to delinquency.”

Space Force will debut on Netflix in 2020.

Diana for The New York Times

Diana for The New York Times

From Instagram to 5,000 Theaters: Diana Silvers on ‘Ma’ and ‘Booksmart’

The 21-year-old actress suddenly finds herself being noticed by women she had long admired. “Taylor Swift has seen my face. Cool! Sick!”

NY TIMES – Diana Silvers has been seen in just three movies in her short career, but she has quickly ascended from a bit part in the superhero thriller “Glass” earlier this year to major roles putting her on thousands of screens this weekend: she plays a high school love interest in the female-centric comedy “Booksmart,” and the main teenager menaced by Octavia Spencer’s psycho in the horror tale “Ma.”

The name Diana Silvers may suggest a golden age of Hollywood starlet, but she is as au courant as they come. Discovered as a model on Instagram, she’s beginning her film career in the #MeToo era. “I feel lucky to be entering the industry at this time because people are being held accountable,” the 21-year-old said over orange juice at a downtown Manhattan hotel recently. “I just feel safe. I’m not anxious about anything, except maybe saying something stupid in an interview. And so far, I’ve been extremely lucky.”
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