Welcome to Captivating Felicity Jones. Since 2010 we have been your best source for everything about British born actress Felicity Jones. She’s best known for her role as Jyn Erso in Rogue One, or for her previous roles in Chalet Girl and Like Crazy.


This site aims to update you with all of the latest news, photos and media surrounding Felicity’s career. Take a look around and enjoy your stay! If you have any questions, concerns or comments, then do not hesitate to contact me.

Current Projects

Inferno
Role: Sienna Brooks
Release date: 14 October 2016
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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Role: Jyn Erso
Release date: 16 December 2016
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A Monster Calls
Role: Mum
Release date: 1 January 2017
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Nov
16
2014

Felicity in InStyle Magazine!

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I returned home today to a lovely message from the kind Ali, to share these beautiful pictures of Felicity in December’s InStyle magazine – enjoy!

   


Oct
27
2014

Felicity Poses for GQ Magazine

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Last week Felicity attended the NYC screening for Theory of Everything, I have added nearly 30 photos of her looking relaxed with her co-stars while taking part in an Academy Guild panel.

   

As well as this, some photos of Felicity sporting a sexier look for November’s GQ Magazine have also been released online. We are used to seeing a more demure style so this is certainly a bold move for Felicity. Personally I think it’s great to see her bravely baring all and appealing to a different target audience, and of course – she looks as stunning as always!

   


Jan
13
2014

UK Vogue February 2014 Scans

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Felicity has a lovely new interview and photoshoot in February’s issue of UK Vogue, and scans have now been added to the gallery (courtesy of TFS), along with HQ untagged version of the shoot. Enjoy!

Gallery Links
Press > 2014 > Feb – Vogue UK
Photoshoots & Portraits > Session 056


Dec
17
2013

Felicity Jones in Vanity Fair (January 2014)

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Felicity is appearing in the January issue of Vanity Fair, complete with a gorgeous retro-inspired photoshoot. I have found two pictures so far, but hopefully some more will surface soon.

Felicity Jones, who is 30, grew up in the small town of Bournville, on the outskirts of Birmingham, England. “There’s a village green—everyone knows one another—and I would walk to school from my house.” At 13 she made her first television appearance, and while preparing for a degree in English literature at Oxford University, she acted in student plays and continued to take roles in TV series. After graduating, she was cast in several feature films, including Brideshead Revisited (2008), and she gained worldwide notice for her work in the largely improvisational film Like Crazy (2011), for which she won a jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival for breakout performance. “I always felt like a magpie in terms of watching other people and learning from them,” she explains. This month she stars in The Invisible Woman, based on the 1990 book by Claire Tomalin. It is the story of the scandalous secret affair of Charles Dickens —married with 10 children— and an actress nearly three decades his junior. “In many ways, it’s equivalent to if a movie star met a young woman and had an affair,” says Jones, who plays Nelly Ternan, the great novelist’s young mistress. “Dickens was incredibly famous and well liked—people don’t realize the level of celebrity he had.” Ralph Fiennes, who plays Dickens, directed the film. “Ralph has unflinching integrity. I loved the fact that he was absolutely adamant that none of the women wear any makeup. He was very much painting a faithful and truthful portrait of Victorian England.” Jones seems equally enthusiastic about her upcoming appearance on HBO’s smash hit Girls. “I just can’t believe how revolutionary and exciting it is,” she says. “It’s not just about girls. It’s about human nature.”


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