Hollywood stars don't come much more badass than Natalie Dormer. She helped Katniss bring down the Capitol once and for all, she survived living at the merciless hands of King Joffrey, and she was also in a Hozier music video just for extra cool points.
But in her first ever lead movie role, Natalie loses her usual tight grip and girl power to completely unravel in the darkness for terrifying horror flick The Forest.
So on that lovely note, we popped down to have a chat to Natalie in person, to find out what it's like to scream your head off, roll around in the mud and come face to face with your biggest fears.
When her twin sister disappears in Japan, Sara (that's Nat, FYI) is determined to find out what happened to her. Sara's investigation leads her to the legendary Aokigahara Forest at the base of Mount Fuji, a notorious sight for suicides, spirits and other terrifying goings on.
She enters the mysterious wilderness despite being warned to stay on the path, but Sara's investigation plunges her into a haunting and dark world, where the angry and tormented souls of the dead prey on those who dare to explore the forest.
We can confirm that it's wee-your-pants-level of terrifying (someone we watched The Forest with literally SCREAMED in the cinema), and will definitely have you sleeping with the light on after you've seen it.
So what was it like to get involved with such a dark story? And did Natalie learn enough from spirits in The Forest to survive the v scary Sugarscape Forest? LET'S FIND OUT.
Reckon you're gonna check out Natalie's new movie The Forest? Make sure you get extra extra large popcorn to hide behind. Let's have a chat about it over on Twitter @Sugarscape.
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