Elisabeth Moss on High-Rise: ‘The script was so weird and cool’
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Elisabeth Moss spoke to WOW247’s Matthew Turner about starring alongside Tom Hiddleston in Ben Wheatley’s upcoming JG Ballard adaptation High-Rise, and her memories of playing Peggy Olson in Mad Men.

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After seven seasons playing the much-loved Peggy Olsen in acclaimed AMC drama Mad Men, Moss has chosen a number of interesting projects, appearing as Detective Robin Griffin in New Zealand-set TV thriller Top of the Lakes and acting in a selection of highly acclaimed indie movies, including Listen Up, Philip and The One I Love.

Her latest film is Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, adapted from the 1975 novel by J.G. Ballard, in which Tom Hiddleston plays a doctor who moves into a luxury tower block and discovers an isolated community that gradually breaks down, erupting into violent class conflict.

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Playing housewife Helen Wilder, Moss joins an eclectic cast that includes Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, James Purefoy and Reece Shearsmith.

High-Rise is released in UK cinemas tomorrow (18 March).

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