Last night Felicity made another public appearance in London, this time at the Elle Style Awards where she wore a super cute hot pink Christopher Kane dress. Thanks to Lindsey we now have lots of HQ images in the gallery – enjoy!
Public Appearances > 2014 > Feb 18 – Elle Style Awards
Yesterday Felicity was seen sitting in the front row for the Burberry Prorsum AW14 show as part of London Fashion Week. Thanks to the lovely Lindsey, I’ve just added over 70 HQ images to the gallery – enjoy!
Public Appearances > 2014 > Feb 17 – London Fashion Week: Burberry Prorsum
I have just added 763 HD screen captures of Felicity as Sophie from her 2013 drama Breathe In. Also, you can also now access the site via felicity-jones.net. Enjoy!
Film Productions > Breathe In (2013) > Screen Captures (Blu-Ray)
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.”
‘I was a very boring young girl,’ announces actress Felicity Jones cheerfully. I find that hard to believe. The engaging Birmingham actress, who got her start as a teenager playing Emma Grundy on The Archers and stars opposite Ralph Fiennes as Charles Dickens’s secret mistress in her latest film, The Invisible Woman, strikes me as anything but dull. But she insists: ‘It’s true, I was very earnest and focused from quite a young age – and geeky.’
Geeky is not a word that springs to mind either, observing the wide-eyed actress, who is 30 but looks 20, when we meet on a snowy New York afternoon at the hip Bowery Hotel. Felicity has modelled for Burberry and today is luminous in a Band of Outsiders blazer over a crisp white shirt and J Brand jeans.
‘At school I was called a swot. I always thought that if you just put your head down and got on with work you’d get away with far more [mischief] than if you were being explicitly naughty, so I studied,’ says Felicity.
Her mother, who worked in advertising, and father, a journalist, split up when she was three and Felicity lived in Bournville with her mother and older brother. ‘I’d see my dad every other weekend; I’ve always had a relationship with both of my parents.’ A stellar pupil at the girls’ school she attended, Felicity studied drama at an after-school workshop, began acting professionally aged 11 and landed the role on The Archers four years later. She won a place at Wadham College, Oxford, where her time was divided between literary pursuits (‘my passion was Virginia Woolf’) and her flourishing career.
I have just added 245 HD screen captures of Felicity as Edmée from her 2009 film Chéri tp the gallery.
Film Productions > Chéri (2009) > Screen Captures (Blu-Ray)
Felicity Jones is in negotiations to star in Rosaline, Universal’s comedic and revisionist take on Romeo & Juliet, which Alex Timbers will direct.
Shawn Levy is producing via his 21 Laps shingle and the script is being penned by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the duo who wrote (500) Days of Summer.
Rosaline is set in the classic period of the play but uses modern language as it tells the story from the viewpoint of Rosaline, Romeo’s first love, whom he dumps for her cousin, Juliet. The project has been compared to Wicked, the Wizard of Oz-based musical, in the sense that it tells a classic story from a different perspective.
The project is based on the novel When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, published in 2012 by Simon Pulse.
Jones, a British actress who broke through in the U.S. with the Sundance hit Like Crazy, stars with Ralph Fiennes in The Invisible Woman, currently in theaters. She has wrapped a series of films, among them The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and True Story, with Jonah Hill and James Franco.
The UK premiere for Felicity’s new film The Invisible Women is currently taking place in London, and so far we have over 60 HQ photos from the event – big thanks to Luciana for several of the photos! I’ve also added the missing pictures from the Girls Season 3 premiere that took place on the 15th.
Over 250 HD screen captures of Felicity from her 2011 comedy romance Hysteria have now been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Film Productions > Hysteria (2011) > Screen Captures (Blu-Ray)
Felicity’s drama Breathe In is set to be released in the US on March 28, and so a new trailer and poster have been released. You can watch the trailer below, and view the poster up in the gallery.