Ma is in cinemas on 31 May, and promises to be the next horror movie to completely screw with our minds.
The film focuses on Octavia Spencer’s Sue Ann (aka Ma), who meets a group of youngsters she lets party in her basement, before becoming obsessed with them, stalking everyone online and even following them to school.
And Diana Silvers, who plays high-schooler Maggie, revealed she was so creeped out by the overall film – which also stars Juliette Lewis, Luke Evans, Allison Janney and Dante Brown – that she found herself deleting social media.
Honestly, we’re not ready for this film.
‘I literally kid you not, when I saw the movie for the first time, I went on Facebook and deleted my entire Facebook account. I no longer have a Facebook,’ the 21-year-old told Metro.co.uk exclusively.
‘I don’t even want to know what you can find from 2013 Diana Facebook, so I’m just going to delete the whole thing. It never even happened.
‘Truly, I deleted my entire Facebook. No more embarrassing photos that I can reference to now. It’s just all gone. Well, Facebook [probably] has it forever, but at least I don’t.’
Diana Silvers deleted her social media page after watching Ma for first time (Picture: Universal)Which is fair enough.
Diana stars as Maggie in the Tate Taylor-directed horror flick – who moves to a new town with mum Erica (Juliette) – and finds herself drawn into the cool crowd at school.
Ma marks her biggest role to date, and promises to propel her into superstardom.
Speaking about the part, she continued: ‘Maggie was written to be a pretty nuanced teenage girl, which I really liked.
‘I feel it’s so rare that young females are portrayed as being anything more than a stereotype.
Octavia Spencer is terrifying in Ma (Picture: Universal)‘Very good female characters, that’s all we want. It’s happening, slow and steady, which I love, hopefully it gets a little quicker. Fast and steady, how about that? Either way, we want more good females.’
And what is the message she wants viewers to take home after watching Ma?
Ma is out in cinemas on 31 May (Picture: Universal)‘Really think about the way you interact with people, whether it’s in person or on the internet,’ she added. ‘You have to be very mindful.
‘At the end of the day, people don’t always remember what it is you said to them, but they remember how you made them feel.
‘I think it’s very important that we’re all just a bit more mindful and kind to each other. Because it never hurts to be kind.’
Diana is total goals.
Ma is in UK cinemas Friday 31 May.
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