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Joe nos surpreendeu ao chegar na última quinta-feira (17) em Donostia na Espanha, para o Festival de Cinema de San Sebastián. O ator foi escolhido para compor o júri presidido por ninguém mais, ninguém menos que Luca Guadagnino (Me Chame pelo seu Nome). O festival teve início ontem (18) e terminará no dia 26. Joe compareceu a cerimônia de abertura e deve estar em outros eventos durante a semana, além da cerimônia de premiação.
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O Festival de San Sebastián é o mais importante festival de cinema da Espanha, e é um dos mais prestigiados e famosos festivais de cinema do mundo, além de ser um dos mais antigos da Europa. Ao longo da história, o festival foi cenário de acontecimentos de importância e interesse de dimensão internacional, como a estreia de ‘Vertigo’ e a estreia mundial de ‘Intriga Internacional’, ambos de Alfred Hitchcock. Em meio século de existência, o SSIFF proporcionou o descobrimento de novos talentos do mundo do cinema, além de impulsionar a carreira dos diretores Francis Ford Coppola e Pedro Almodóvar.

Abaixo você pode conferir algumas fotos do Joe chegando ao seu Hotel, e durante a cerimônia de abertura.


Exciting news! Joe has a new project lined up, a biopic about Wuthering Heights author Emily Brontë, who will be played by Emma Mackey. This will be the directorial debut of actress Frances O’Connor and filming takes place in Winter 2021 in Yorkshire, England. Fionn Whitehead and Emily Beecham will also star. The film is slated for a 2022 release.

Variety:

Emma Mackey, Joe Alwyn to Star in Emily Brontë Origin Story

Emma Mackey, Joe Alwyn, Fionn Whitehead and Emily Beecham have boarded an Emily Brontë’s origin story, helmed and scripted by Frances O’Connor. Embankment has launched worldwide sales on the film.

In her script, O’Connor has imagined the transformative journey to womanhood of Brontë – a rebel and a misfit, and author of “Wuthering Heights.”

O’Connor, known for her extensive acting career including “Mansfield Park,” “Bedazzled,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence” and “The Missing,” makes her directorial debut.

O’Connor said: “Emily Brontë’s work and words are full of passion, feeling, violence, and fierce intelligence. In creating an imagined life for Emily, she will live again for our audience. Her story is about a young woman daring to form herself, to embrace her true nature, despite the consequences. Emily is, in fact, a love letter to women today, especially young women, a calling to them to challenge themselves to connect with their authentic voice and potential.”

Emma Mackey, lead in Netflix hit “Sex Education,” heads the cast as Emily. Joe Alwyn (“The Favourite,” “Boy Erased,” “Mary Queen of Scots” and “Harriet”), star of Netflix’s forthcoming Jojo Moyes’ adaptation “Last Letter from Your Lover,” stars as Emily’s conflicted lover.

Fionn Whitehead, who played the lead in “Dunkirk” and the Emmy-Award winning “Bandersnatch,” plays Branwell Brontë, Emily’s inspiring but self-destructive brother. Whitehead will be seen later this year in Roger Michell’s “The Duke,” opposite Helen Mirren and Jim Broadbent, and Neil Berger’s “Voyagers.”

Emily Beecham, winner of Cannes Film Festival 2019’s best actress prize for “Little Joe,” and appearing in Disney’s upcoming “Cruella,” plays Charlotte Brontë.

Principal photography will start in the first quarter of next year in Yorkshire, U.K.

“Emily” is produced by David Barron (“Harry Potter” films 4-8, “Cinderella,” “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit”), Piers Tempest and Jo Bamford’s Tempo Productions (“Military Wives,” “Ordinary Love,” “The Wife”) with Robert Connolly and Robert Patterson of Arenamedia (“Paper Planes,” “Balibo,” “The Dry”).

Barron said: “We are going to produce a movie of significant ambition – for audiences to enjoy and celebrate the scale of Emily Bronte’s own magnificent imagination.”

Embankment’s Tim Haslam said: “We really admire Frances’ expertise for combining highly refreshing and emotional storytelling with detailed research and nuanced observation and we celebrate her as a new voice of cinema.”

Embankment is placing worldwide sales and distribution for a 2022 release.

 

 

Joe has become an ambassador for the UK charity Prince’s Trust #startsomething campaign. The campaign includes a number of notable British faces and aims to help young people find employment or give support for their business, as well as provide advice and other resources during the Covid-19 pandemic. Watch the video below and visit their website to learn more. LINK

Joe was recently announced as the star of the Tom Ford Beau de Jour fragrance campaign. A launch event for the fragrance was held on January 7 in London, England. You can view photos of Joe at the launch below:

Tom Ford spoke to press at the launch event and discussed why he chose Joe to be face of Beau de Jour

“Last year Joe was in [two] Oscar-nominated films, he’s handsome and beautiful and he is the man of the moment – the Beau de Jour.”

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The ad for the Beau de Jour campaign:

The commercial for the Beau de Jour campaign:




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