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Adoring Florence Pugh is your newest and largest source for everything about Florence Pugh. You may know her for her role as 'Amy March' in Little Women that she got a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for or more recently in the MCU as 'Yelena Belova' in the hit movie Black Widow and the TV Show Hawkeye. Here you'll find all the latest news, videos, interviews, high quality photos, and more.
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"I would describe my style as completely different every day. I love color. I love being bold. I’m excited by change and by shocking people."

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EE British Academy Film Awards 2022

Florence made her first event of 2022 tonight at the EE British Academy Film Awards 2022 at Royal Albert Hall in London on March 13th. Florence was seen on the red carpet coming into the event and after in the winners room with Millie Bobby Brown. She was in a little black dress with a long pink tail with her hair back. You can find over 100HQ photos from the event up in the gallery right now. And I hope this is the first of a lot of events for Florence this year.

‘Dune: Part Two’: Florence Pugh Eyed For Princess Irulan Role In Upcoming Sequel

Deadline – With Dune: Part One in the home stretch of its award-season campaign, Warner Bros and Legendary’s Dune: Part Two is ramping up its pre-production efforts, with sources telling Deadline that Florence Pugh is in negotiations to join the cast. While not confirmed, sources say she will play Princess Irulan Corrino, the eldest daughter to Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV. She would join returning cast members that include Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya and Josh Brolin, with director, producer and co-screenwriter Denis Villeneuve also returning.

Legendary had no comment. Production on the film is expected to start in the fall, with the film set to bow on October 20, 2023.

Even with Dune: Part One going day-and-date on HBO Max, the film was still able to thrive in theaters with an opening weekend of $41 million, which exceeded expectations and led to a quick greenlight for a sequel weeks later. The film has grossed $400 million at the worldwide box office to date including $108 million domestically. It also recently racked up nine Oscar nominations including for Best Picture.

As for Pugh, the Oscar-nominated actress is coming off a big year that included her introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Black Widow, where she played Natasha Romanoff’s sister, Yelena. She would reprise the role of Yelena in Marvel’s Hawkeye series and the character has quickly become a favorite among MCU fans.

She is currently filming Christopher Nolan’s anticipated Oppenheimer, which also stars Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr., and recently finished the Netflix pic The Wonder. She is repped by CAA, Brillstein Entertainment and Curtis Brown.

Florence Pugh Shapeshifts Again, This Time For A New J. Crew Campaign

Elle – Florence Pugh, perhaps unintentionally, maintains a fervent flock of style devotees. They’ve strung up Instagram accounts, Tumblr pages, and aspirational essays in her honor. But none of the many (many) eyes tracking the actress’s every sartorial whim seem to sway her. Does the pressure of the world’s style tabulation ever make Pugh rethink her wardrobe choices?

“You know what? I wish it did,” she joked on a call with ELLE.com. “I’ve been able to adapt to my grown-up lifestyle with my ability to wear certain brands, but I’ve known from a very young age that it didn’t really matter where [the clothes] were from as long as it made me feel good and looked right.”

This unapologetic soul-searching epitomizes Pugh’s styling, which she changes up so often as to make her something of a fashion enigma—or, at least, a case study in how style needn’t feel permanent to be profound. “I don’t [look] the same way every single day,” she says. “I am too greedy for that. I want to be everything, and I want to look like everything, and I want to change my personality every single day.”

Yet that courage also lends a gloss of timelessness to Pugh’s look, despite its many shapes and forms. Take, for instance, her first campaign with J. Crew: Pugh’s partnership with the brand acknowledges its decades-long foothold in fashion. The brand is well-recognized for its classic basics, a focus on high-quality materials crafted at a mid-range price point. The staples of J. Crew’s catalogues aren’t reinventing the wheel, but that dependability is exactly what makes them such intelligent pieces to experiment with. The spring collection, in particular, features elegant suiting separates, cropped cashmere tops, linen trench coats and trendy accessories—such as these raffia-wrapped geometrical earrings—in a range of whimsical pastels and sages.

There’s an approachability to these pieces that Pugh appreciates: “Every single person I spoke to has had J.Crew items in their wardrobe for the last 10 years, 5 years, whatever. They dress their children [in it]. It’s a brand that people feel safe with because it understands their shape and their mood and who they are today.”

Now—at least who Pugh is today—the actress is drawn to looks touted by Cynthia Erivo and Tessa Thompson, as well as designer Harris Reed, each of whom she cites as style influences. “I think [Erivo’s style] is so daring,” she says. “My stylist always says ‘Fashion is there to be fun.’ And for me, Cynthia Erivo is definitely someone that never holds back…Same for Tessa Thompson. I mean, you cannot put one of her red carpets next to the other and say that it’s the same person coming out.”

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Florence Pugh on Changing Up Her Hair and Her ‘Fits With J.Crew

Vanityfair – Florence Pugh is oft-described as “a chameleonlike” actor and a boon for ensemble casts. But off-screen, while playing the part of herself on red carpets, at events, and generally being Florence Pugh, gone is the delicate balance that it takes to hide away in character. That is, she’s all brightness and big swings when it comes to her personal costuming.

“I think for me, I’ve always been one to be very bold. I liked turning heads even as a kid and, uh, ‘turning heads’ doesn’t even necessarily mean that I look good,” Pugh joked on a recent phone call with Vanity Fair. “When I started getting dressed up and going to events and going to red carpets, I remember my siblings reminding me like, Hey, do you remember when you would only wear neon colors and cover your face with paint? And that wasn’t that long ago!”

“It can be a very daunting thing to express yourself in that way,” she added. “But I think I’ve taken a page out of my childhood book, which is like, you have to find a way to show who you are. What a beautiful way to do that in clothing. If there’s anything that I’ve learned over the years, it’s that I can’t lose that. And if there’s anything I’ve learned from my stylist it’s that sometimes too much is too much. So I’ll give that one to Rebecca [Corbin Murray].”

The star of Little Women, Midsommar, and Black Widow now also stars in J.Crew’s latest campaign. The partnership between the young Brit and the American legacy brand was immediately simpatico, and she felt the campaign was a full reflection of herself. Besides pulling in her beloved bright colors and bold shapes, the brand gave her carte blanche on her hair style. She loves to change her hair, she told V.F., but often it’s not up to discretion. This was an opportunity to express herself rather than hew to the demands of a project. She went for a bit of a blonde shag.

“Well, most of the time, [I change my hair] because I’m doing a job, so I’m doing an acting gig and I’ve always been someone that’s had a lot of hair and I’ve never mind changing it. So I’ve always been quite adamant about not wearing a wig. That’s never been weird for me that I change my hair a lot.

“For J.Crew, that was the first time in a long time that I had really made a decision that was for me and for how I wanted to be seen. I haven’t been given the luxury of that because, you know, I do go from job to job sometimes and I need to be whatever a character the job needs to be. For that J.Crew shoot, I was very grateful that I could express the new side of me and guess what? In months time, I had to dye it back to brown. But that’s just the life of an actress.

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Florence Pugh on style, art & creativity

Where does @florencepugh find inspiration for getting dressed and getting creative?
We asked, she answered…

Florence For JCrew

Florence has become the new ambassador of the clothing shop JCrew, The first photoshoot and commercial for it have been released and Florence looks amazing and I wish she had kept the blonde hair so much. You can visit her page on the site Here and maybe pick up some of the things Florence had on.

Marvel Studio Assembled: The Making Of Hawkeye

After a two week delay it’s here at last Marvel Studio Assembled: The Making Of Hawkeye. A 60 minuet behind the scenes look at the making of Hawkeye and all that it took the make the show. Florence is not in it a lot but dose have a little feature to the end of it with a interview with her and some on set footage and again she is right at the end when they are talking about the big end fight and how it was all done. Screen captures from it are now up in the gallery for you all.

Tom Holland Has Talked To Florence Pugh About Doing A Spider-Man And Yelena Crossover

Comicbook – Spider-Man: No Way Home star Tom Holland has apparently talked with Black Widow and Hawkeye star Florence Pugh about doing a Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover between Spider-Man and Yelena Belova. Holland was doing a podcast show interview, where he was asked about rumors that he wants to work with Pugh in a big MCU crossover. The actor admitted that the idea hasn’t yet been pitched or discussed amongst Kevin Feige and the other big bosses over at Marvel Studios, but apparently, the two actors have talked out the kind of ideas they would love to participate in!

While appearing on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Tom Holland took part in a quick-fire question segment that included the question about his desire for a Spider-Man and Black Widow II (Yelena Belova) crossover. This is what the Marvel star had to say:

“[A Spider-Man and Black Widow II crossover] hasn’t been suggested to the big bosses yet, but Florence and I have definitely spoken about it, and hopefully one day we can make that happen. That would be very cool.”

Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova has exploded onto the scene like few MCU stars before her. Not only was Pugh an instant breakout favorite in her debut Marvel film Black Widow, she’s also won over fans on the small screen, by becoming a huge scene-stealer in Marvel’s Hawkeye TV series on Disney+. What’s even more impressive is that Pugh’s character, Yelena, has far less history and development in the comic book source material than about 90% of other characters adapted for the MCU. It’s truly Florence Pugh who has built the character up into a mainstream icon.

So far, one of the best things about Florence Pugh is that she’s proven herself to be a great team player. While fans love Yelena on her own, it’s when Pugh has been paired with her fellow MCU stars (like Scarlet Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff and Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop) that she’s really shined. No doubt there are many (all?) Marvel fans jumping up and down with excitement at the mere thought of getting to see Tom Holland’s Spider-Man be the next to trade banter (and action) with Yelena Belova.

But how to make it happen?

There have been a number of theories about where both Spider-Man and Yelena go next after they both (ironically enough) were last seen hanging around Manhattan’s Rockefeller Plaza at Christmas time. Peter Parker is having to rebuild his life from the ground-up after the spell cast by Doctor Strange in No Way Home; Yelena is theorized to be headed for either the MCU’s version of the Thunderbolts (under Valentina’s leadership) or a Young Avengers team with Kate Bishop and other young heroes. Yelena’s journey could also arguably include a stop on both teams, at different points.

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Either way, the path of good (Young Avengers) or not-so-good (Thunderbolts) is one that easily runs into Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. It could also be as simple as Spidey becoming the next contract Yelena has to fulfill, in whatever project that happens.

Cooking With Flo

After so long Florence has come back with a new Cooking With Flo, You can now watch the full video below.

“The Falling” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

I got hold of a Blu-Ray copy of Florence’s first ever movie she did all the way back in 2014 The Falling. Florence star’s as the Abbie Mortimer and it co-stars Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake, Monica Dolan, Greta Scacchi and more and was Director by Carol Morley. Unfortunately Florence is only in the start of the movie as she die’s and that sets up the rest of the movie with them all falling as she did. I have added in 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures from the movie it’s self as well as movie stills, Promotional Shoot, on set photos and posters to the gallery.

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