I have been working again on the gallery today by continuing to add some of the images that we have been missing. We now have some lovely posters and screen-captures from Felicity’s 2013 film, The Invisible Woman.
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On the Basis of Sex
Released in 2018
Felicity as Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her struggles for equal rights and what she had to overcome in order to become a U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
Felicity as Amelia Wren
Pilot Amelia Wren and scientist James Glaisher find themselves in an epic fight for survival while attempting to make discoveries in a hot air balloon.
Felicity as Unknown
Synopsis coming soon.
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Upon walking in to the room to interview British actress Felicity Jones, we were casually reminded of the last time HeyUGuys sat down to speak to the talented performer – in the publicity tour for Breathe In, last summer. She claimed the previous meeting was “one of the best” interviews she had ever done. So, no pressure then?
This time around Jones is in town to promote The Invisible Woman, where she stars as Nelly, a young lady who falls in love with Charles Dickens (played by Ralph Fiennes), before entering in to an illegitimate affair, behind the back of the wife of the renowned wordsmith. As Fiennes also directed the picture – his sophomore feature after Coriolanus – Jones tells us that at times it was a bit like being directed by Dickens himself.
“It did feel when we were doing scenes with Ralph as Dickens, it was like being directed by Dickens,” she said. “You’d see him behind the camera with his wig and hairnet on and there were moments where you’d think, this is a little bit surreal.” Fiennes has recently made the move to directing with a relative ease, following on from Coriolanus, and Jones is not ruling out sitting in the director’s chair herself one day. “I would never rule it out, I feel at the moment that acting takes up my focus and is something I’m still exploring, but who knows? I definitely won’t rule it out.”
After his critically acclaimed directorial debut, Coriolanus, Ralph Fiennes returns behind the camera for another adaptation, this time turning to the life of Charles Dickens for The Invisible Woman. Due to make its world debut at TIFF next month, the first image of Fiennes and his leading co-star, Felicity Jones, arrived with the festival’s line-up last month. And now Sony Pictures Classics have confirmed its US release date, opening on Christmas Day in the US, priming it for a run come awards season. The Invisible Woman is now officially set to be released on Christmas Day in the US, most likely in limited early release in New York and LA, before opening wider across the country in the New Year. Here in the UK, it will arrive on 7th February, 2014, three weeks after the Oscar nominations are due to be announced.