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.
Feb 12

Felicity fronts the new Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2012 Bouquet Make Up Collection. A new ad was just released. It’s no surprise that she looks absolutely gorgeous:

She is also on the cover of the March issue of Glamour Pad Italy:

Feb 12

Felicity was shot by Ellen von Unwerth for the January 2012 issue of Max Italy Magazine. Here are the scans:

Feb 12
Caroline   Uncategorised,Videos

Feb 12

This is very exciting. Ralph Fiennes is putting together an excellent team for this project.

WestEnd boards The Invisible Woman, Kristin Scott Thomas joins cast, Fiennes to star as Dickens and direct

Kristin Scott Thomas will play alongside Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones in anticipated period-drama The Invisible Woman, which Fiennes will also direct. The UK shoot is set for April 23.

Adapted by Shame and Iron Lady writer Abi Morgan from Claire Tomalin’s acclaimed biography, the film tells the true story of the secret love affair between Charles Dickens and his mistress Nelly Ternan. Fiennes will star as Dickens, Felicity Jones (Like Crazy, Hysteria) will play Ternan and Scott Thomas, her mother Mrs Ternan.

WestEnd Films has boarded international sales and will co-finance with BBC Films and the BFI. Headline Pictures (Stewart MacKinnon and Christian Baute) and Magnolia Mae (Gabrielle Tana) are producing.

The film will follow the illicit affair beween the young actress Ternan and the married Dickens. Nelly and her family are initially drawn into Dickens’ world when they take part in one of his theatre productions but Jones’ character soon becomes the focus of the writer’s passion. However, she must lead a life of secrecy and invisibility in order to protect the infamous writer’s reputation.

The creative team behind the film will include Shadow Dancer and Blitz DoP Rob Hardy, Oscar-winning costume designer Michael O’Connor (The Duchess, Jane Eyre), production designer Maria Djurkovic (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Hours), hair and makeup designer Jenny Shircore (Elizabeth, My Week With Marilyn) casting director Leo Davis (The Queen), and editor Nicolas Gaster (Moon).

Fiennes’ directorial debut Coriolanus screened in Competition at the 2011 Berlinale, where this year The Invisible Woman will be among the hottest projects for buyers in the market.

Both Fiennes and Scott Thomas were Oscar-nominated for their performances as fateful lovers in Anthony Minghella’s 1996 epic The English Patient, which carried off nine Oscars.


Also, according to Deadline, it appears that Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon) is polishing the script:

Fiennes is acting in the new James Bond movie Skyfall, after which he hopes to direct The Invisible Woman, the story of Charles Dickens’ secret teenage mistress. Peter Morgan is polishing the script while financing is still being closed; Felicity Jones (Like Crazy), one of three women who didn’t make it through to the final five for this year’s Rising Star, will play the lead.

Hi, I just want to introduce myself. I’m Caroline. This is my first post as co-webmistress. I look forward to collaborating with the awesome Siobhan and following Felicity’s career with all of you.

Feb 12

Hello! I have just added scans of Fliss from January’s cover of You, and her 2-page interview from the February edition of Company Magazine. These were scanned exclusively (by me!) for Captivating, so please if you use or repost them, link back to http://felicity-jones.org. Thanks, and enjoy!

Feb 12

“She was insane. She writes a book every year cataloguing their relationship, she’s obsessed,” laughs Felicity Jones, the star of poignant romantic drama Like Crazy.

“I’m much more reticent and cautious. It wouldn’t be interesting watching someone being normal and reticent, it is mild insanity, but that’s more entertaining, and maybe that’s what love is.”

Jones is reflecting on the unique experience of playing the part of Anna, the crazily-in-love British student who falls, hard, for Californian carpenter Jacob (Anton Yelchin) during her exchange year. Director Drake Doremus captures on film that bewitching experience of first love where all goes well until practical things like visas, families and other people threaten to prick their romantic bubble.

The film is an intimate, intense affair to experience – was it the same to film? Jones nods vigorously:

“In fact, Drake, Anton and I spent the first week just talking about our experience of relationships, because you want to understand these people, so we had to understand each other first and build them from that…

“For that month, we were immersed in their world. It felt like Anton and I had been married four times and divorced by the end of it, in some ways you go through a relationship, with the crew, quite literally, under the covers with you.

“The idea was to make it as naturalistic as possible,” she goes on. “And the key to that was that we would forget the camera was there, make everything very small, and work from the inside out – you couldn’t do this on stage – the camera was very close, so we had to trust Drake and be as unegotistical as possible, luckily it turned out to be okay.”

It certainly did if critical acclaim is any marker. The film, despite its tiny budget, has taken the industry by storm, garnering a special jury prize at Sundance last year, and a Best Actress award for Jones, something she is delightfully ingenuous about:

“It was more of a bonus than an intention. I didn’t even know there was an award ceremony. I was at home in bed and got a call to say ‘you’ve won the acting award at Sundance’. I started screaming and running around my room.”

Jones is on a roll, after roles in Gervais-Merchant’s Cemetery Junction, bigger-budget comedy Chalet Girl and last year’s well-received Albatross, as well as being named the new face of Italian luxury brand Dolce & Gabanna.

But the actress who made her first mark in children’s TV drama The Worst Witch acknowledges that the acclaim for Like Crazy has been a career turning point.

“Since going to Sundance, I’ve had so many more opportunities. It’s just trying to work with good directors, and obviously when you’ve done something that people have seen, after spending a lot of time trying to convince people of your worth, it’s great to have something to show them.”

This sounds like an older, wiser soul than her whimsical on-screen character Anna talking. But Jones is 27, while Anna starts out as an impetuous 19-year-old:

“I age in the film from 19 to 27. I think when you’re that age, you just do things and don’t think them through.

“I’m far too rational, I think about things for days and am much more indecisive.”

Her eyes widen: “Get on the plane for love? No guy’s worth that… but then where would the entertainment be?”


Feb 12

The annual Vanity Fair Hollywood issue cover has been unveiled, and Felicity is on the cover! She is joined by Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Olsen, Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling in the stunning, 1920’s inspired shoot. I have just added the cover to the gallery, hopefully some more pictures from the shoot will be released soon!

Jan 12

Last night Felicity attended her first event of 2012, looking very pretty in a black dress. I have added 5 pictures to the gallery for the moment, but will hopefully be adding more very soon!

Jan 12
Siobhan   Uncategorised,Videos

Here is the clip of Felicity appearing on Craig Ferguson last month. I had planned to add this to the video archive but unfortunately am having some problems so please view it here instead.

Jan 12

Thanks to the ladies over at livejournal, we know that Felicity is featured in Max Magazine, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth. If anyone is able to send us full scans of the magazine they will be much appreciated!

Current Projects
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.
Info   Photos   Official

The Aeronauts
Rumoured 2018
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.
Info   Photos   Official

Swan Lake
Coming 2019
Felicity as Unknown
Synopsis coming soon.
Info   Photos   Official

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