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Welcome to Mackenzie Davis Fan, your #1 source for info, news, and photos of extraordinarily talented Canadian actress Mackenzie Davis. You know her from AMC's Halt and Catch Fire, Netflix's Black Mirror: San Junipero, Blade Runner 2049, and The Martian. Make sure to catch her newest film Tully in theaters April 20th!

Mackenzie made an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden to discuss Tully on April 25, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA. She wore Christopher Kane lace shirt and pants, and Stuart Weitzman shoes. Chelsea Clinton and Mark Ruffalo were also in attendance. Check out a funny clip from the show below where Mackenzie talks about her celebrity doppelgänger!

Mackenzie, co-stars Charlize Theron and Ron Livingston, and director Jason Reitman appeared on Academy Conversations to discuss Tully on April 21, 2018 at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles, California. Check out the video below!

Mackenzie, co-stars Charlize Theron and Ron Livingston, and director Jason Reitman all appeared on Talks at Google to discuss Tully on April 16, 2018 at Google LA. Check out the 36 minute video below!

Mackenzie appeared on Good Morning America on October 13, 2017 to promote Blade Runner 2049. The full interview can be seen below.

We’ve also added photos of Mackenzie leaving GMA later that morning.

Mackenzie appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers on October 9, 2017 to promote Blade Runner 2049. We’ve added photos to the gallery, along with a clip of her interview!

Mackenzie is featured in the October 5, 2017 issue of Backstage. She discusses her part in Blade Runner 2049, the series finale of Halt and Catch Fire, and the inspirational message behind Black Mirror: San Junipero. We’ve added scans of the magazine, along with photos from the shoot by Stephanie Diani to the gallery.

If “Blade Runner 2049” is any indication, the future is female—and as the mysterious maybe-replicant and sex worker Mariette, Mackenzie Davis is among the gifted ladies bringing that future to the big screen.

Getting cast in director Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult classic was quite literally a dream-of-electric-sheep come true. Sitting for an early September lunch in mid-Manhattan, Davis recalls telling her United Talent Agency reps five years ago that atop her acting bucket list was a role in the sci-fi franchise, should a second installment ever come. “I really wanted to be Pris,” she says, citing the “basic pleasure model” made famous by Daryl Hannah. “I’m not,” she clarifies, “but I’m really happy with who I am.”

As for further details on Davis’ Mariette, the actor stays contractually mum—as has all other talent involved. But what we do know tallies three: The new feature follows a young blade runner, Officer K (Ryan Gosling), who’s set on tracking down the 30-years-missing Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) after learning he holds a key to staving off society’s crumbling in his near-future Los Angeles.

No. 2: We know that Villeneuve and his “2049” do “Blade Runner” justice. Davis says she was “nervous about being a part of something that would tarnish the legacy” of her favorite film, “[but] I think [it] adds to it in a great way.” She was also nervous about meeting the standards she set for herself. “It’s hard to be such a fan of something and to want something so bad and then to just be super casual and normal when you get it,” she admits. “The stuff that exists in the dreamscape doesn’t cross over to your real life that often.”

Which brings us to No. 3: Davis needn’t have worried. Villeneuve exclusively tells Backstage that though “Mackenzie doesn’t know this,” the 30-year-old talent—until now best known for “Halt and Catch Fire” on AMC and the Emmy-winning “San Junipero” episode of Netflix’s “Black Mirror”—was always at the “very top” of his casting wish list. “She was part of my initial dream,” he concedes. “It wouldn’t have been possible for me to make the movie without her.”