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Florence Pugh Reads To You ASMR – The Wonder

Sit back, relax and enjoy the dulcet tones of Florence Pugh as she reads Emma Donoghue’s haunting psychodrama The Wonder. In this section, English nurse Lib is briefed to watch over her new patient: an eleven-year-old girl who claims she hasn’t eaten a single thing in four months, but remains miraculously

Florence Pugh + The Cast of The Wonder On Having The Craic in Ireland

Florence Pugh, Kíla Lord Cassidy and Elaine Cassidy discuss their experience of Irish hospitality, cuisine and Guinness (of course!) while shooting The Wonder in County Wicklow.

Florence Pugh – ‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish’ Interview

Flo On Late Night With Seth Meyers

Flo’s first stop in New York was to be a guest on the Late Night With Seth Meyers talk show to discuss her new movie The Wonder, her gran and how much she now loves doing events and is now getting fan gifts, what Flo does for thanksgiving and what is next. You can watch both parts of her interview below and all screen caps and episodes in the gallery.

ET Canada – “The Wonder” UK Premiere

Florence Pugh hit the red carpet for the London Film Festival premiere of “The Wonder” where she not only spoke about her connection to her character in the film, but shared her “incredible” time shooting “Dune 2” with Timothee Chalamet.

The Independent – “The Wonder” UK Premiere

On Demand Entertainment – “The Wonder” UK Premiere

Harper’s Bazaar – Florence Pugh Is Just Being Honest

Harper’s Bazaar – The Don’t Worry Darling star’s greatest gift as an actor is her ability to discover the essential truth in every character

Florence Pugh knew it was going to be a thing. At Valentino’s couture show in Rome this past July, the 26-year-old British-born actor wore a Barbie-pink gown with layers of tulle and a completely sheer top. After she tried on the dress, Pugh and designer Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to remove the lining, eliminating any confusion over the intentionality of the gown’s transparency. “I was comfortable with my small breasts,” she tells me while sipping a glass of rosé from a cozy hotel room in the English countryside. “And showing them like that—it aggravated [people] that I was comfortable.”

Pugh received a deluge of internet nastiness. “It was just alarming, how perturbed they were,” she says. “They were so angry that I was confident, and they wanted to let me know that they would never wank over me. Well, don’t.” Pugh expanded on this sentiment on Instagram, excoriating her body-shaming trolls: “Why are you so scared of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying.” The post has now been liked more than 2.3 million times.

“I feel like I am now getting into this groove in my career where I know what I can take, what I can give, and what I will not accept anymore.”

Fans have come to expect this kind of no-BS fiery candor from Pugh. Since making her big-screen debut in 2015 as a teenage girl reckoning with her own sexuality in Carol Morley’s The Falling, she has built a career playing women who refuse to be silenced. Over the past seven years, she’s acted in almost two dozen projects, including her breakout performances in a pair of 2019 films, Ari Aster’s indie horror hit Midsommar and Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the beloved classic Little Women, the latter of which earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

“What was really noticeable to me about Florence, and why I think she represents her generation in such an iconic way, is that she really is in her own skin. She’s incredibly grounded, but she’s also just so self-assured,” says Scarlett Johansson, who costarred with Pugh in the 2021 Marvel movie Black Widow. “I was not self-possessed in that same way when I was in my early to mid-20s. I still was growing up in the industry in that time when you had to be really pandering in order to be accepted. And she doesn’t have any of that at all. She’s unapologetically herself. There’s a reliability to her.”

Johansson would know. She recounts filming an action scene where she and Pugh were “I don’t know, 30 stories in the air, strapped to this pole,” and chatting about relationships. The director called action, and Johansson remembers in awe that Pugh “could be talking about any dumb person that she dated, and then two seconds later, we were just connected to each other, hanging on by this thread for life. I was like, this person is just absolutely… she just has it. She’s so keyed in. It’s an emotional availability. It’s a really rare quality, and it’s the star quality she has.”

To read the rest of the interview click on the link at the top

Harper’s Bazaar (What Florence Eat’s In A Day)

London Live (Tiffany & Co. ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ Exhibition Opening Gala)

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