Yeah, that’s pretty much a no-brainer — and Scodelario, who rose to fame on Skins, would be totally perfect for the role too. Since his days on Skins, O'Connell has done pretty well for himself.Apart from Pirates, Scodelario’s actualy been quite a busy lady lately, both on and off the screen: She’s currently wrapping up the sequel for The Maze Runner and a few weeks ago she celebrated becoming a wife-to-be with the announcement of her engagement to Benjamin Walker Considering Skins is where she got her start that led up to this major news, though, it's only fitting that we take a peek at what the other second generation cast members have been up to since their roles in the U. Last year, he hit the big screen as Callisto in 300: Rise of an Empire, and he most recently landed the role of Louis Zamperini in the Angelina Jolie-directed film Unbroken — a part that not only gained him some major cred in the industry, but also, Oscar talk.Update: According to a tweet from Jerry Bruckheimer, Kaya Scodelario has been cast in Pirates of the Caribbean 5.

In 2013, Loveless' portrayed Alexia in the film The Fear of Water, for which she was lauded by the Monaco International Film Festival.

She also has a starring in the upcoming dark comedy Set the Thames on Fire, and she returned for two additional Skinsepisodes in 2013 along with Scodelario, Kathryn Prescott, O'Connell, and season 1 and 2 star Hannah Murray.

Since playing the bullied twin Emily Fitch on Skins, Prescott has continued to flex her acting chops — most notably on the CW drama Reign, in which she portrayed the not-so-naive Penelope.

More recently, though, Prescott nabbed a starring role on the MTV scripted drama series Finding Carter, which catapulted her to lead actress status.

The 23-year-old actor seems to be keeping a pretty low-profile on the acting front these days.

Since Skins, Barbieri's only starred in two short films: A Friend Indeed and I'm Not Gavin.

Additionally, as if that doesn't keep her busy enough, you can also look for her in the upcoming period mini-series The Dovekeepers, in which she'll play the daughter of a warrior who is being brought up as a boy.

The youngest of the Prescott twins reportedly worried about her post-Skins career, but it seems she was fretting for nothing: She's since landed roles in BBC's medical drama Holby City and also appeared in the 2013 horror film Shortcuts to Hell.

The 10pm instalment - the fifth in the current series - focused on Pasqualino's character Freddie and his relationship with Effy (Scodelario).