The Walking Dead’s Eleanor Matsuura is starring in a new role in a Netflix original film. The movie is called I used to be Famous, and it is a must-see. It is one of those feel-good movies that will have you laughing, crying and cheering!
The British film is directed by Eddie Sternberg, who co-wrote with Zak Klein starring Ed Skrein, Leo Long, Eoin Macken, Kurt Egyuawan, Neil Stuke and Rachael Ofori.
Skrein stars as Vince, FNA Vinnie D in the hotest boy band around. Twenty years later, he is still trying to find his groove and make a triumphant comeback. He makes an unexpected friend when he performs in the streets of Peckham. He meets Stevie (Long), an autistic boy with a fantastic gift of rhythm. Although they are very different, their love of music sparks something special between the pair. Matsuura plays Stevie’s mum, Amber, a mama bear who is extremely protective of her son.
I Used to be Famous trailer
Eleanor Matsuura – The Walking Dead’s final season
Filming for The Walking Dead was complete in March 2022, but the final episodes don’t premiere until October 2. Matsuura portrays Yumiko, who joined the story in season 9. She has now been situated in a new community, the Commonwealth, where she has taken up her previous career in law.
In the trailer, it appears that Eugene (Josh McDermitt) is on trial, and since his crimes are most likely against the Commonwealth, will Yumiko be prosecuting her former ally?
In some first-look photos, we also see that Yumiko and her former girlfriend Magna (Nadia Hilker) are deep in conversation. What will become of these two?
The Walking Dead returns to AMC and AMC+ on October 2.