Florence attends the 92nd Academy Awards

Florence attended the Oscars last Sunday (9) for the first time ever, where she was a nominee for Supporting Actress. Unfortunately she did not win, as the award went to her Little Women co-star Laura Dern.

Check out a couple of interviews she gave on the red carpet.

Our gallery has been updated with photos of her arrival and promotional stills. Enjoy!

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Florence attends the Virtuosos Award at SBIFF

Florence was one of the honorees on this year’s Virtuosos Award at Santa Barbara International Film Festival, alongside George MacKay, Taron Egerton, Awkwafina, Dave Karger, Aldis Hodge, Beanie Feldstein, Cynthia Erivo, and Taylor Russell. The stars were saluted for their work in 2019.

As she walked the red carpet, Florence talked to reporters about working on Little Women, the importance of female stories and more. Check out some of the videos below.

Inside the Arlington Theater, Florence participated in a solo discussion where she talked about the Midsommar script and joining Little Women as well as a group panel with the other honorees. Watch the videos below.

Our gallery has been updated with photos of her arrival and inside the panel. Enjoy!

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Florence on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Florence has made her first Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance last Thursday (16). She joined the stage to talk about Little Women, working with Meryl Streep and her Oscar nomination! Watch the full interview below.

Our gallery has been updated with photos of her arrival and promotional stills. Enjoy!

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Florence and ‘Little Women’ receive nominations at the Oscars

The Academy announced their nominees this Monday (13) and Florence received her first ever nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Amy March in Little Women! Check out her reaction to the news below:

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Little Women received a total of 6 nominations: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay (Greta Gerwig), Best Actress (Saoirse Ronan), Best Supporting Actress (Florence Pugh), Best Original Score (Alexandre Desplat) and Best Costume Design (Jacqueline Durran). Congratulations to Florence, Greta and the entire team!

(Photos) Critics Choice Awards

Florence attended the 25th Annual Critics Choice Awards last sunday (12), where she was a nominee for Best Supporting Actress. Unfortunately, she did not win but she looked beautiful and made her first ever appearance as a nominee in an american awards show, so that’s pretty exciting!

Our gallery has been updated with the photos of her at the blue carpet and inside the venue. Enjoy!

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Florence covers Vogue Magazine

Congratulations to Florence on being on the cover of the prestigious Vogue Magazine for the first time ever! She graced the February issue with a lovely photoshoot by Daniel Jackson featuring an article by Gaby Wood, where she talked about her personal life, getting a tattoo, working hard, making Little Women and the upcoming Black Widow.

“I didn’t quite know what it was to be involved in one of these films,” she says of the Marvel enterprise. “Obviously you have to be physically able because the whole point,” she adds with irony, “is that you’re a super-hero.” But the rest, she was told, was up to her. Pugh headed straight to the warehouse where the stunt people were hanging out. “Learning from them was my favorite part,” she says, Although she had a stunt double, she wanted to know how to do it all—and as Black Widow’s director, the Australian filmmaker Cate Shortland, reports, Pugh did most of her own stunts: “She is bloody scary. Steely. Absolutely will not back down. She has a healthy amount of anger in her as a person, at the injustices she sees around her.”

Read the full article at Vogue.com.

Our gallery has been updated with the photo session as well as the cover she’s in. Enjoy!

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