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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.”
Florence graced the cover of December’s issue of ES Magazine.
She talked about her siblings inspiring her portrayal of Amy in Little Women, getting along with her co-stars, feeling insecure about her body in the past and the pressure of Hollywood.
‘When you go out there [LA] as a baby-face, fresh thing who is eager to please, they will make you into whatever they need to make you sell, essentially. You need to know exactly what you are representing when you go into meetings so if someone says, “That’s really cool you don’t pluck your eyebrows,” that you don’t f***ing, like, die and whimper.’ She ups tempo. ‘No I don’t want you to cut my hair. No I don’t want you to wax my upper lip. I have a face and hair grows out of it. Please leave me alone.’
The story came with four beautiful photos shot by Paul McClean and an interview with Rachel Dove that you can check out here.
Our gallery has been updated with the photo session and scans of the printed magazine. Enjoy!
Florence was one of this year’s cover stars in the annual Oscar magazine by TheWrap. Being one of the contenders for this award season, she talked about Fighting With My Family, Midsommar and the upcoming Little Women!
The story came with four beautiful photos shot by Shayan Asgharnia, an article and a video interview by reporter Beatrice Verhoeven that you can check out here.
Our gallery has been updated with the photo session. Enjoy!
I’ve updated the gallery with HQ photos of Florence for Glamour UK, photographed by Simon Emmett. The interview was not shared on their website but you can read it through the scans on our gallery here. Enjoy!
Marvel fans have known for quite a while that Marvel Studios was planning a solo movie for their longtime hero Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow. As the months went by, casting rumors started to surface on the news but it wasn’t until this Saturday (July 20) that official information about the upcoming movie was out there: “Black Widow”, by Australian director Cate Shortland will premiere on May 1st, 2020 and Florence has been confirmed to play spy and assassin Yelena Belova!
The president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige confirmed that the film is set after the events of Captain America: Civil War (2016) and before Avengers: Infinity War (2018). He welcomed to the stage Florence, O-T Fagbenle (Mason), David Harbour (Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian), Rachel Weisz (Melina Vostokoff) and Black Widow herself Scarlett Johansson. They briefly talked about being at Comic-Con – most of them were there for the first time, including Florence -, their characters and being a part of the MCU.
Hall H, the room famously known for holding the event’s biggest presentations, was packed with fans that were lucky enough to see a first look at the movie. Unfortunately, filming was not allowed but here’s a description of the footage, courtesy of Screenrant.
The footage opened with a look back at Black Widow’s journey so far in the MCU, with some of Natasha’s most famous lines of dialogue used as voiceover, including her line about red in her ledger. The new Black Widow footage starts with a shot of Budapest (with location text over the scene in a similar style to Captain America: Civil War). It then focuses in on Natasha in a small city circle, then walking up the stars of an apartment building. Nat pulls her gun when a voice calls through the door of an apartment, “I know you’re out there.” Nat responds, “I know you know I’m out here.”
Nat enters the apartment, there’s a brief shot of a room filled with spy gadgets. She eventually comes face to face with Yelena, they’re both holding they’re guns at each other in identical poses. Nat suggests they talk like grown ups and Yelena tells her to put her gun down first. They start to fight, using classic Black Widow moves, mimicking each other. The fight is absolutely brutal, with both Natasha and Yelena using every weapon at their disposal including dish rags and kitchen knives. The scene cuts to after their fight, Nat says, “It’s good to see you too, sis.”
The footage then features a sizzle reel of quick cuts to a variety of scenes, one of Nat running along a mountain ridge in training gear, a motorcycle chase in what appears to be Budapest, and a shot of what seemed to be a group of Black Widows in the classic black jumpsuit. At the end of the footage, Natasha is confronted by villain Taskmaster on a bridge. He has the character’s shield and mask from the comics, and he mimics all of her fighting moves, proving to be a formidable foe for Natasha.
Our gallery has been updated with all the photos from inside the panel. Enjoy!
After the presentation inside Hall H, Florence and the cast did some press around the event. They stopped by Entertainment Weekly’s studio to take some Portraits and give them an interview. Check out the video and links to our gallery below.
Later on, joining SDCC’s press room, Florence and co gave numerous interviews before they left the event to continue shooting the film in London.
“We’re making something that’s beautiful, sad, honest and cool. And it’s about these cool women and it’s exciting to be a part of it.”
“(The story) isn’t necessarily about passing on a mantle, it’s more about they were from the same project (…) they have been hurt in the same ways. And it’s about how they get up and how they fix themselves.”
Florence is one of Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood 2019 Issue cover stars! The magazine posted an interview with her on their website, which included a new photo session by Nacho Alegre. The images have been added to our gallery, and you can read the article below!
Florence Pugh’s Young Hollywood 2019 Interview on Little Women and What She Learned From Amy March
Having grown up in England, Florence Pugh says she remembers watching films that starred English performers such as Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson. In those movies, Florence found a model for female actors — as she would soon be herself — who played characters in ways that were truthful to themselves and who didn’t feel the need to make themselves into something they weren’t. In her relatively short career, Florence has tried to do the same: “I’ve tried not to get too bogged down by what people want you to be,” she tells Teen Vogue.
Florence has also, perhaps inadvertently, followed in those actors’ footsteps in other ways, possessing an early inclination toward period pieces and Shakespearean remakes. In December 2019, for example, we’ll see her take on the iconic role of dramatic, spoiled Amy March in a remake of Little Women, directed by Greta Gerwig. In the film, Florence joins a who’s who of young actors, including Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and Timothée Chalamet, as well as industry stalwarts Meryl Streep and Laura Dern. It’s no small feat to star in a lineup of these proportions, though Florence has already garnered critically acclaimed experience and buzz in movies including The Falling (with Maisie Williams) and Netflix’s Outlaw King (with Chris Pine).
As part of Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Class of 2019, Florence opened up about the pressures of starring in a remake of the beloved classic, working with such a star-studded cast, and her vision for the future of Hollywood.
With their father fighting in the American Civil War, sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother, a very outspoken women for her time. The story tells of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world.
BLACK WIDOW (2020) Florence as Yelena Belova IMDb / Official
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