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Thursday 31 July 2014

Emily Atack gets lucky in new film

Emily Atack stars in gangster flick Get Lucky

Emily Atack has confessed she loved wielding a gun in her new gangster film Get Lucky.

The Inbetweeners star has stripped off for a raunchy photoshoot with FHM magazine, posing in sexy underwear, and talked about getting tough on the big screen.

Emily said: "There's loads of action and it's gritty. But it's not your typical British gangster film. You care about the characters. I play the femme fatale. I get a gun and everything!"

She added: "My character wears kinky underwear in the bedroom. You just see them snogging on the bed and then it's left for the audience to decide what they've done."

The 22-year-old blonde is famous for playing sexy Charlotte in Channel 4 high school comedy The Inbetweeners.

Emily revealed she was not always happy at school as the girls didn't like her, because she got on so well with the boys.

She said: "I was more friends with boys. A lot of girls say this but I got on a lot better with boys. Girls gave me a bit of a hard time at school. I got picked on a little bit because I wore a lot of make-up and stuff.

"There was a bunch of complete b****es at my school. They were complete b****es but, you know, it's me laughing now, not them."

But the actress insists she is not that much like Charlotte.

She said: "I was like her in ways. I wasn't quite as promiscuous. She's a little bit... Naughty? I wasn't really like that."

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