Surprise b*tch... bet you thought you'd seen the last of her!
Emma Roberts is continuing to add to her already impressive resume with her latest film Maybe I Do. She's just one of the A-list actors in this movie, with the cast also starring Diane Keaton, Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Luke Bracey and William H. Macy.
"I got to reunite with Luke Bracey, who I did Holidate with on Netflix. Him and I have the best time working together. I could just die happy being in the same room as Diane Keaton. I could not believe the cast they got together for this," Roberts tells Out.
In the movie, Roberts plays Michelle, a woman ready to marry her boyfriend Allen (Bracey). When the couple invites their parents to finally meet, it turns out their parents already know each other as they've been cheating on their spouses for months... with each other.
"You find out that their parents are intertwined in a very interesting way. It's an exploration of love and commitment and what that means. I think people are really going to love it and see themselves in this movie. It has heart too."
Speaking of lovable projects, many fans of Roberts have followed her career since her childhood, with notable movies like Nancy Drew, Hotel for Dogs, and Valentine's Day.
However, the gays really fell in love with Roberts when she teamed up with Ryan Murphy to play Madison Montgomery in American Horror Story: Coven and Chanel Oberlin in Scream Queens.
And even though ScreamQueens only lasted two seasons, the actress is very much open to the idea of a potential reboot.
"I never really put Chanel fully to bed. It's definitely something I would want to do. People still come up to me about it all the time and it's been like eight years or something like that. I would love to bring Chanel back from the dead."
Plus, who could forget the iconic meme of Roberts walking on the beach, laughing and sticking out her tongue set to the song "Happiness is a Butterfly" by Lana Del Rey? That's a moment the gays will never forget.
"I have to thank my [gays]! When things go viral, it's never the things you think are going to. Anything I literally never think about again follows me everywhere. When things are organic, I guess they stick. It's just so funny!"
Maybe I Do opens today in theaters. To see the full interview with Emma Roberts, check out the video below.
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