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Marvel’s ‘Thunderbolts’ Recruits Florence Pugh, Sebastian Stan, David Harbour, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and More

The big Disney event D23 is taking place now and Marvel had just had it’s own panel and we got to see the first look at some show’s and more info about upcoming movies. And one of them was Thunderbolts and after we were all guessing Flo would be back in it well its official now she is leading the team and will be back with her Black Widow dad Red Guardian and villain Taskmaster and joining them is Ant Man Ghost, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier the Winter Soldier him self and John Walker and in charge of it all is La Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine. It is yet to be seen if these are going to be the good team or the bad team. The cast was at the event other then Flo who is still filming right now but she did send in a little video message for the people there and that was cool. And the good news is from the photo she got the jacket back from Nat’s things but the bad news is we will not be seeing it till July 2024.

variety – The cast of “Thunderbolts,” one of Marvel’s next major teams, is taking shape. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced an A-list crew of familiar cast members for the upcoming team-up film during Marvel’s D23 Expo panel on Saturday.

The “Thunderbolts” cast includes Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes aka the Winter Soldier, David Harbour as Red Guardian, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as La Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine, Wyatt Russell as John Walker aka U.S. Agent, Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster and Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost.

Louis-Dreyfus’ scheming villain (with an outrageously long name) recruited U.S. Agent at the end of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” and she sent Yelena on a mission to kill Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye in the post-credits scene of “Black Widow.” Harbour’s Red Guardian and Kurylenko’s Taskmaster were both introduced in 2021’s “Black Widow,” along with Pugh’s fan-favorite Yelena. John-Kamen’s Ghost debuted back in “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” and the last time we saw Stan’s Bucky was in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”

The entire cast was on stage at D23, except for Pugh, who has been on set filming “Dune: Part 2” recently. “It’s good to be back as the most boring Avenge,” Russell said on stage, while Stan joked “Listen, these are my kinds of people.” Feige revealed that the movie will start filming early next year.

“Thunderbolts” was officially announced in July during Marvel’s Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con, along with its 2024 release date. Jake Schreier will direct, with Eric Pearson attached to write the screenplay. Pearson has prior history with the MCU, co-writing the screenplay for “Thor: Ragnorok” and writing “Black Widow.” Schreier is most known for directing “Paper Towns” in 2015, but also has extensive experience shooting music videos for artists like Haim, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar.

“Thunderbolts” is set for release on July 26, 2024.

Frist Reviews For Flo In “Don’t Worry Darling” Are In

rottentomatoes – Florence Pugh could land another Oscar nomination for her performance in Don’t Worry Darling, if the movie as a whole isn’t dismissed by audiences. From its Venice Film Festival premiere, the first reviews of the twisty, feminist sci-fi drama mostly highlight Pugh as its revelatory saving grace, or close enough. This stylish sophomore directorial effort from actress-turned-filmmaker Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) is also said to look great and offer a debatably entertaining turn by pop star Harry Styles, and it will get people talking, whether the third act works or not.

– Florence Pugh shines in a tour de force leading performance… even better than her part in Midsommar, which is saying something. – Lex Briscuso, Film School Rejects

– One of star Florence Pugh’s best performances yet… She’s the film’s unmitigated highlight. – Kate Erbland, IndieWire

= In this she graduates to fully fledged movie star – poised, glamorous and bogglingly beautiful, yet also emotionally right beside you, and lifting every scene with sparklingly smart choices. – Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph

– With her finely calibrated mixture of ferocity and doubt, Pugh grounds the film as a woman who won’t be gaslit but may find that the alternatives are even worse. – Steve Pond, The Wrap

– None of Darling works at all without such a committed performance from Pugh. She brings it her all like she’s in an old-fashioned Hitchcockian thriller. – Brian Formo, Collider

– Pugh, like she’s done with Black Widow, Midsommar and others, continues to make everything she’s in better – and, boy howdy, it’s needed here. – Brian Truitt, USA Today

– The normally excellent Pugh has not been interestingly directed, certainly not compared with her work in broadly comparable movies such as Midsommar or The Falling. – Peter Bradshaw, Guardian


-Everything around Pugh manages to fall flat in comparison. – Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm

-Pugh makes a meal of Alice and, frankly, everyone else. Her many co-stars turn in serviceable performances with occasional bits of brilliance, but no one comes close to her. – Kate Erbland, IndieWire

-It’s her movie, even if actor Styles gets to turn into pop star Harry Styles (a role in which he seems more comfortable) and dance on a big stage in one particularly boisterous scene. – Steve Pond, The Wrap

Florence Pugh to skip Don’t Worry Darling’s New York premiere

independent – Florence Pugh will reportedly skip the New York premiere of Don’t Worry Darling.

The psychological thriller – directed by Olivia Wilde and starring Pugh opposite Harry Styles – which debuted at the Venice Film Festival on Monday (7 September), will make its way to the US for its premiere on 19 September.

While Pugh skipped the earlier Venice press conference, Warner Bros has now confirmed to Rolling Stone that Pugh will not be in attendance during the New York Q&A session with the rest of the cast.

The film studio cited the reason being that the actor will be in Budapest filming for her upcoming role in Dune: Part Two.

As Pugh already left the Dune set once to attend the Venice world premiere, director Denis Villeneuve apparently can’t lose her again.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Movie Stills & On Set Photos

Not long now till Don’t Worry Darling comes out and the updates keep coming for it, This time with a ton of new Movie Stills and On Set photos from the movie. All have been added in to the gallery for you all.

“Don’t Worry Darling” Screen Captures: Online Featurette – Promise Of Victory

The first featurette for Flo’s new movie Don’t Worry Darling is out called Promise Of Victory. We have a little interview with Flo and some behind the scenes footage.

“Don’t Worry Darling” 79th Venice International Film Festival

After missing the press junket thanks to her filming her new movie Dune 2 Florence did find some time to make the premier for Don’t Worry Darling at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. Her date for the event was Granny Pat and you can just see the love she has for Florence in these photos as well Flo did some photos with the rest of the cast and looks to be having a great time out there. Over 400+ HQ photos from the event are up in the gallery for you all.

Florence At Venice airport during the 79th Venice International Film Festival

Florence arrived at Venice airport today in preparation for the Don’t Worry Darling premier at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. She looked so cool in her purple outfit. HQ photos from her arriving are now up in the gallery.

Florence Pugh and Sebastián Lelio on the Battle Between Religion and Science in ‘The Wonder’

indiewire – For some filmmakers, winning an Oscar marks the start of a new chapter. For Sebastián Lelio, it was the end of one.

In 2018, when the Chilean filmmaker won the Best International Feature award for his beloved trans character study “A Fantastic Woman,” he was emerging from a whirlwind of projects: He had already shot his first English-language feature, the British lesbian romance “Disobedience,” and was nearly finished with production on “Gloria Bell,” the English-language adaptation of his own 2013 midlife crisis crowdpleaser “Gloria.” With four movies in five years, Lelio had established himself as one of the most celebrated Latin American filmmakers working today and successfully brought his penchant for engaging, female-focused character studies to English-language audiences.

“It was this big episode of my life where a lot of things happened,” Lelio said in an interview with IndieWire over Zoom from his apartment in Chile. “The pandemic times were an interesting moment to pull back from the hyper-demanding period of my life and think about what I wanted to do for the next few years.”

That opportunity came with “The Wonder,” a Netflix-produced drama starring Florence Pugh, which adapts Emma Donoghue’s 2018 novel about an English nurse in the Irish midlands assigned to look after an 11-year-old “fasting girl” in the 1860s. The movie attempts many layers at once: It’s an elegant period piece akin to “The Crucible” about the corrosive impact of religious fervor, a fourth-wall-breaking interrogation attuned to the era of disinformation, and a winning showcase for Pugh that proves her current Marvel shenanigans haven’t eclipsed her penchant for tricky material. “In a certain way, this is my first film after the Oscar, and there are a lot of reasons why it could have gone wrong,” Lelio said. “But I found cinematic pleasure in that challenge.”

In Lelio’s sensitive, enigmatic treatment of the material, Pugh plays Lib, the nurse in question, as she comes to grips with her unusual assignment: Rather than caring for the girl (Kíla Lord Cassidy), Lib must simply watch her as her condition slowly deteriorates to determine the cause of the ailment. While much of the small-town Catholic community insists the girl’s survival is a miracle, Lib wrestles with the medical urgency of the situation as she attempts to solve the mystery of the young woman’s condition before she dies. Shot on the outskirts of Dublin with “The Power of the Dog” cinematographer Ari Wegner bringing a rich tapestry of greens to the rural landscape, “The Wonder” unfolds as a kind of spiritual mystery with Pugh’s nurse as the detective at its center.

The Wonder” went into production last fall, and Lelio’s recent credits helped him secure Pugh in the immediate aftermath of “Black Widow” and “Hawkeye,” not to mention the reportedly troubled production of “Don’t Worry Darling” earlier in the year. “The Wonder” was the ultimate palette cleanser. “I knew of Sebastian’s work before meeting him,” Pugh explained via email from the “Dune 2” set in Europe. “It’s always a thrill when you know how intriguing and beautiful a director’s eye is before working with them.”

It also helped that, while Donoghue adapted the initial script from her own novel, the latest version that went to Pugh was co-written by Lelio and Alice Birch, who also wrote the dark drama “Lady Macbeth” that gave Pugh her breakout role in 2016. “Alice was very happy when Florence signed on,” Lelio said. “She is an actress who brings a great level of interpretation to her roles. She makes you want to be on her side. You feel invited into a film because of her magnetism and strength.” The screenwriters did another pass when Pugh signed on. “We had to rethink the script in a way,” Lelio said. “The energy of the scenes were redefined by her presence.”

Lelio himself first encountered the story of “The Wonder” when British producer Ed Guiney (“Room”) passed it along after they worked together on “Disobedience.” At the time, Guiney was already developing the project with co-producer Tessa Ross. Lelio said he was able to related to the central premise in unexpected ways. “I really connected with the experiences of Lib as an unwanted foreigner arriving to a place where she has to face all these people,” he said. “She thinks the journey has to do with her work, but it’s much stronger, more intense, more life-changing than that.”

As he turned over the premise in his head, he thought about how the Irish town, which is recovering from years of famine, suddenly becomes obsessed with the plight of a girl who can live without food. “It’s a really poetic idea,” he said, “and it requires a level of precision that I was willing to try.”

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Florence Pugh’s Black Widow Will Reportedly Lead the MCU’s Thunderbolts

CBR – Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova/Black Widow is reportedly set to lead the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s version of the Thunderbolts.

Marvel Studios evidently has big plans for Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova/Black Widow, with the fan-favorite Russian spy reportedly set to lead the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Thunderbolts.

During a recent appearance on Matthew Belloni’s The Town podcast, Justin Kroll of Deadline discussed Marvel Studios’ Thunderbolts, describing the upcoming film as a Pugh-led spinoff. “[Florence Pugh] has got the Marvel superhero that’s already got a spin-off,” Kroll said. “Upcoming for her, actually, on that character is this Thunderbolts film, which is basically Marvel’s Suicide Squad. Hopefully, it has better results. But the concept is it’d be her leading the team of like Wyatt Russell’s [John Walker], Daniel Bruhl’s [Zemo], those anti-heroes that aren’t exactly good but aren’t exactly bad. So there’s that. And people seem to like the Yelena character.”

Created by Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley, the original incarnation of the Thunderbolts first appeared in 1996’s Incredible Hulk #449. As Kroll mentioned, the team is essentially the Marvel equivalent of DC’s Suicide Squad, consisting primarily of anti-heroes and reformed supervillains who work for the government. This past June, it was reported that Marvel Studios was developing a Thunderbolts film, with Jake Schreier attached to direct from a script by Eric Pearson. At San Diego Comic-Con in June, Marvel boss Kevin Feige confirmed that Thunderbolts would premiere in theaters on July 26, 2024 to close out Phase Five of the MCU.

Pugh first portrayed Yelena, the adopted younger sister of fellow Black Widow agent Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), in the 2021 Marvel Studios film Black Widow, the bulk of which takes place prior to events of the 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. As a result of Natasha’s death in Endgame, Yelena has effectively become the MCU’s main Black Widow. Pugh most recently played Yelena in Marvel Studios’ Disney+ original series Hawkeye, which ran for six episodes in late 2021.

In Black Widow’s post-credits scene, which is set after Natasha’s death, Yelena is approached by one Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), who blames Natasha’s death on Clint Barton/Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) — a plot point that would later be resolved in Hawkeye. In the finale of Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Val is also seen courting the aforementioned John Walker/U.S. Agent (Wyatt Russell). These appearances naturally prompted speculation that Marvel was positioning Val as a Nick Fury-like figure for a prospective team of anti-heroes and/or villains, such as the Thunderbolts or the Dark Avengers.

At any rate, Pugh certainly seems to be making waves in the world of genre films as of late. Yelena Belova has already become a beloved character among MCU fans and, from the look of things, she’s only going to become a bigger deal as time goes on. Meanwhile, Pugh is also expected to play the key role of Princess Irulan in the upcoming second part of director Denis Villeneuve’s film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune. Dune: Part Two is currently slated to premiere in theaters on Nov. 17, 2023.

“The Commuter” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

I have added in 1080p Blu-Ray Screen Captures from Florence’s first big American movie she will complete with a American accent the 2028 Liam Neeson movie The Commuter. Flo plays Gwen who is not in a lot of the movie despite being there the whole time but I do dig her look in it so much. I have added in Blu-Ray screen captures from the movie it’s self and its one bouns features Flo is in “End of the Line” as well as movie stills, Promotional Shoot, on set photos and posters to the gallery.

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