Matilda De Angelis greets fans from the roof of a car in glamorous arrival at Taormina Film Festival

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    Matilda De Angelis greets fans from the roof of a car in VERY glamorous arrival at Taormina Film Festival

    She recently wrapped up several weeks of filming in Venice.

    And Matilda De Angelis was glamming things up elsewhere on Friday, when she hit the red carpet at the 67th Annual Taormina Film Festival after arriving while sitting on top of a stunningly painted white car. 

    The Undoing actress, 25, was joined by director Niccolò Castelli, the brains behind her new movie Atlas, which is premiering at the festival. 

    She's here! Matilda De Angelis was glamming things up elsewhere on Friday, when she hit the red carpet at the 67th Annual Taormina Film Festival after arriving while sitting on top of a stunningly painted white car

    She’s here! Matilda De Angelis was glamming things up elsewhere on Friday, when she hit the red carpet at the 67th Annual Taormina Film Festival after arriving while sitting on top of a stunningly painted white car

    Matilda looked sensational in a belted blue shirt dress with a thigh-skimming hem, while she kept things casual by pairing the look with white trainers. 

    She wore her brunette locks in a bouncy waves and added extremely glamorous make-up to add a touch of Hollywood to the casual look. 

    Niccolò sported a denim shirt and skinny black jeans paired with a tan leather belt and black trainers as he planned to premiere his work. 

    Matila plays Allegra in the movie, which follows her bitter and painful struggle as the only survivor of a terrorist attack that took the life of her three friends.   

    Stunner: The Undoing actress, 25, was joined by director Niccolò Castelli, the brains behind her new movie Atlas, which is premiering at the festival

    Stunner: The Undoing actress, 25, was joined by director Niccolò Castelli, the brains behind her new movie Atlas, which is premiering at the festival

    Vroom vroom! She was looking sensational as she arrived in style with her colleague

    Vroom vroom! She was looking sensational as she arrived in style with her colleague 

    Proud: The duo were preparing to unveil their new movie

    Proud: The duo were preparing to unveil their new movie

    Bouncy: She wore her brunette locks in a bouncy waves and added extremely glamorous make-up to add a touch of Hollywood to the casual look

    Bouncy: She wore her brunette locks in a bouncy waves and added extremely glamorous make-up to add a touch of Hollywood to the casual look

    The actress is currently filming Robbing Mussolini in Rome.  

    Little has been revealed about the movie, but it is likely to focus on the ruthless Italian dictator of the same name, who ruled over the country from 1922 to 1943.

    Forming the Fascist party in 1919, the journalist used his organised of ex-war veterans to – known as Black Shirts – to terrorise his political opponents, and after joining the coalition government in 1921, gradually took power as dictator.

    Eventually Mussolini was overthrown by Allied troops at the height of the Second World War, and after fleeing north, was captured by Partisans and shot in 1945.

    Meeting the fan! The car was swarmed with admirers

    Meeting the fan! The car was swarmed with admirers 

    Chic: She paired the look with white Prada loafers

    Chic: She paired the look with white Prada loafers 

    Slick: Niccolò sported a denim shirt and skinny black jeans paired with a tan leather belt and black trainers as he planned to premiere his work

    Slick: Niccolò sported a denim shirt and skinny black jeans paired with a tan leather belt and black trainers as he planned to premiere his work

    Despite being buried in an unmarked grave in 1946, Mussolini’s body was famously stolen by Fascists supporters before being recovered, missing a leg, four months later.  

    It’s been an exciting few months for the thespian after she soared to fame at the end of last year due to her role as Elena in The Undoing alongside Hollywood stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. 

    Matilda has previously revealed that her first ever role was the lead in an Italian film after an open casting call and she got the part as the director was looking for a ‘non-professional actress who had a specific accent from a specific region in Italy’. 

    The star said that she has never studied acting and has instead learnt on the job, which can be both ‘great’ and ‘frightening’. 

    Here she is! They were the talk of the town as they arrived

    Here she is! They were the talk of the town as they arrived

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