Lily Sheen hates studying nasty feedback about her mother, Kate Beckinsale.
“I’m very protective over her,” the 23-year-old instructed Page Six solely on the New York premiere of her newest flick, “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent,” Sunday evening.
Beckinsale, 48, has grow to be a daily goal of trolls on social media lately, going through criticism for every little thing from her parenting to her love life to how she attire.
While the “Underworld” star is not any stranger to defending herself on-line, Sheen tries to not pay any thoughts to the haters.
“I feel like my ego would want to clap back at these people and get mad, but at the end of the day, that’s what they’re looking for. They want that response, so I think the fair thing to do is rise above it,” she instructed us. “My mum is amazing.”
In the identical vein, Beckinsale and ex Michael Sheen attempt to not get excessively concerned of their daughter’s rising performing profession.
“What’s been so great about my parents is that they’ve really let me fly and let me figure myself out,” Lily stated, “but something that they’ve always made very paramount to me is just professionalism and respect and try to be the best version of yourself wherever you are and whatever workplace you’re in, which I really appreciate.”
Lily joked that “there’s even more pressure” on her when she seems to be at her hanging mom and equally hanging grandmother Judy Loe — “she’s defying logic” — however burdened that “being beautiful is not their entire identity.”
Lily performs Nicolas Cage’s daughter in “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent,” by which the “Leaving Las Vegas” actor, 58, stars as a cash-strapped model of himself who agrees to make a paid look at a billionaire fan’s party. Naturally, issues go awry when he discovers the superfan is definitely a drug kingpin and the CIA will get concerned.
Cage and co-stars Neil Patrick Harris, Paco León and Pedro Pascal had been additionally on the screening together with director Tom Gormican and the black comedy’s composer, Mark Isham, and his spouse, Donna Isham.