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On October 4th the international trailer for Mary Queen of Scots was released, which shows Joe as Robert Dudley, adviser and lover of Queen Elizabeth I. Watch:


Joe Alwyn Is Almost Unrecognizable Playing ‘Favourite’ In Three New Movies

You didn’t forget about Joe Alwyn, did you? Yeah, we’re pretty sure you did. Well, get ready for a surprise as the 27-year-old Brit is set to appear in three highly anticipated releases over the next two months with roles in Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite,” Joel Edgerton’s “Boy Erased” and Josie Rourke’s “Mary Queen of Scots.” And if you’re so inclined you may be aware he’s currently dating none other than Taylor Swift which, well…sure. What’s most remarkable about Alwyn’s year is what a comeback it’s turning into after the disappointing response to his big screen debut, 2016’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.”

Frankly, Ang Lee’s 4K HD experiment did no one any favors, but Alwyn’s upcoming slate (he also appeared in August’s “Operation Finale”) demonstrates what an unexpected chameleon he is an actor. In fact, you might not recognize Alwyn as the same actor in all three roles.

“I take that as a compliment, definitely,” Alwyn says during an interview last weekend. “I mean, you wanna try and sign different kinda parts and different kinda projects and be different people. It’s a good thing, I think.”

The only intriguing connective string in Alwyn’s upcoming work is that he’s playing two notable figures in the history of the Royal Court in two of the features. In “The Favourite” he portrays Samuel Masham and in “Mary Queen of Scots” he’s playing Robert Dudley. The North London native prefaces that it wasn’t a conscious decision to seek these type of period roles out.

“‘Mary Queen of Scots’ [can’t be] more different from ‘The Favourite’ in some respects,” Alwyn says. “Both from the kind of the rehearsal period to shooting it. Yorgos and Josie are completely different directors in terms of attacking that kind of material and Yorgos is obviously, well, I mean as was evident from the script, it was incredibly refreshing and unconventional in terms of period film. Whereas ‘Mary’ is more straitlaced in a way, I suppose.”

For Lanthimos’ critically acclaimed dramatic comedy, Alwyn describes Masham as an equerry who has a fair degree of rank (an equeery is an officer who assists the Royal Household). He elaborates, “He spots Emma’s character pretty early on and falls head over heels for her. And throughout the film we have this cat and mouse game between the two of them where he is wanting to catch her and she similarly wants to use him to climb rank.”

The Emma in question is Emma Stone who portrays Abigail Hill, a young woman of noble blood whose family has lost their fortune. While Alwyn’s Masham has fallen for her, Abigail is using her charms to work her way into the favor of Queen Anne (Olivia Colman). This starts a devilishly petty (and quite funny) game of favor between Abigail and Queen Anne’s current favorite, Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz). Masham, meanwhile, is naively unaware of how he’s become a pawn in the proceedings as he continues to take advice from the politically savvy Robert Harley (Nicholas Hoult).


Joe Alwyn está quase irreconhecível Jogando ‘o favorito’ em três novos filmes

Você não esqueceu Joe Alwyn , não é? Sim, temos certeza que você fez. Bem, prepare-se para uma surpresa, já que o britânico de 27 anos deve aparecer em três lançamentos nos próximos dois meses com papéis em “The Favorite”, de Yorgos Lanthimos, “Boy Erased”, de Joel Edgerton, e “Mary Queen of Scots” de Josie Rourke.” E se você é atualizado, deve saber que ele está namorando ninguém menos que Taylor Swift , que, bem… claro. O que é mais notável no ano de Alwyn é o retorno que ele está ganhando após a decepcionante reação à sua estréia na tela grande, em “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.”

Francamente, o experimento 4K HD de Ang Lee não fez nenhum favor a ninguém, mas os próximos filmes de Alwyn (ele também apareceu em “Operation Finale”) demonstram o quão um inesperado camaleão ele é como ator. Na verdade, você não pode reconhecer Alwyn como o mesmo ator em todos os três papéis.

“Eu tomo isso como um elogio, definitivamente”, Alwyn diz durante uma entrevista no último fim de semana. “Quero dizer, você quer tentar assinar diferentes tipos de peças e diferentes tipos de projetos e ser pessoas diferentes. É uma coisa boa, eu acho.

A única conexão intrigante nos próximos trabalhos de Alwyn é que ele está atuando como duas figuras notáveis ​​na história da corte real, em dois filmes. Em “The Favorite” ele retrata Samuel Masham e em “Mary Queen of Scots” ele está interpretando Robert Dudley. O nativo do norte de Londres comenta que não foi uma decisão consciente procurar esses tipos de papéis de época.

“’Mary Queen of Scots’ [não pode ser] mais diferente de ‘The Favorite’ em alguns aspectos”, diz Alwyn. “Tanto na época quanto nos ensaios antes de filmar. Yorgos e Josie são diretores completamente diferentes para trabalhar com esse material e Yorgos é, obviamente, bem, quero dizer, como ficou evidente no roteiro, foi incrivelmente refrescante e não convencional em termos de filmes de época. Considerando que ‘Mary’ é mais conservador de certa forma, eu suponho.”

Para a comédia dramática aclamada pela crítica de Lanthimos, Alwyn descreve Masham como um cavaleiro que tem uma posição alta (um equeery é um oficial que trabalha para um membro da família real, ajudando em seus deveres oficiais). Ele elabora: “Ele vê o personagem de Emma bem cedo e se apaixona por ela. E ao longo do filme temos esse jogo de gato e rato entre os dois, onde ele quer pegá-la e ela também quer usá-lo para subir na hierarquia ”.

A Emma em questão é Emma Stone, que retrata Abigail Hill , uma jovem de sangue nobre cuja família perdeu sua fortuna. Enquanto Masham de Alwyn se apaixonou por ela, Abigail está usando seus encantos para chegar até a rainha Anne ( Olivia Colman). Isso inicia um jogo de favores diabolicamente insignificante (e muito engraçado) entre Abigail e a atual favorita da rainha Anne, Sarah Churchill ( Rachel Weisz ). Masham, entretanto, é ingenuamente inconsciente de como ele se tornou um peão no processo, ele continua a seguir o conselho do politicamente experiente Robert Harley ( Nicholas Hoult ).

Fonte | Tradução e Adaptação – Equipe Joe Alwyn Online

‘The Favourite’: Emma Stone, Olivia Colman & Yorgos Lanthimos Talk “Bizarre” Rehearsals, CGI Rabbits & More [NYFF]

In his latest effort, Yorgos Lanthimos takes on 18th-century royalty with “The Favourite,” a dark comedy loosely based on the story of Queen Anne of England and her closest confidants: the Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) and newcomer Abigail (Emma Stone) who battle for the monarch’s love. In what could be considered one of the best roles of Stone’s career to date, Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz stun in this unique period drama with contemporary flair. The entire cast came to the New York Film Festival this week to unveil the hotly anticipated film and following the screening the cast sat down to discuss the film as well as working with Yorgos Lanthimos. Suffice it to say Lanthimos, already boasting a spellbinding career, with past films like “The Lobster” and the “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” continues to prove himself to be one of the world’s greatest directors. Following the roar of applause after the screening, the cast sat down to discuss what it was like making “The Favourite,” the strange acting exercises Lanthimos asked cast members to do and an exclusive look into how they got involved in this unique project.

Asked about what drew him to the film Lanthimos replied, “I guess when I immediately came across it, the fact that it was a story about three women who in this point in time [historically] had this kind of power, and how that affected a whole country – the fate of thousands or millions of people – it just felt like an interesting thing to explore.” The story of Queen Anne of England is a tragic one and yet Lanthimos, scriptwriter Tony McNamara, and the cast effortlessly and effectively inject this story with a darkly sharp sense of humor. On the comedic elements in the film, Lanthimos remarked that in part, it was an interesting way to approach the subject matter and humor is something that he “can’t get away from, no matter what.”

The rebellious spirit of the film is spearheaded by its contemporary elements. “We tried to add a few contemporary pieces to the film … some of it was the physicality of the characters and actors,” noted Lanthimos. “Sometimes we did it in subtle ways and in others not so much.”

Ultimately Colman said that the cast felt sad when it was all over, “I will admit I felt slightly bereft when we were done,” she lamented. Stone, Hoult and Joe Alwyn echoed the same sentiments.

Alwyn added, “Being able to work with such an amazing cast is so refreshing and to be part of a project so different from what I am accustomed to seeing is exciting.” Olivia Colman gushed, “I knew we’d be friends for life [after the shoot], and I know people always say that and I do think its bollocks a lot of the time but we really did have a genuinely lovely time making this film.”
Em seu último esforço, Yorgos Lanthimos assume a realeza do século 18 com “The Favorite”, uma comédia sombria baseada na história da rainha Ana da Inglaterra e seus confidentes mais próximos: Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) e a recém-chegada Abigail (Emma Stone) que lutam pelo amor do monarca.


No que poderia ser considerado um dos melhores papéis da carreira de Stone até o momento, Olivia Colman e Rachel Weisz chocam neste drama de época único com um toque contemporâneo. Todo o elenco chegou ao New York Film Festival nesta semana, para revelar o filme muito aguardado e após a exibição, o elenco se sentou para discutir o filme, além de trabalhar com  Yorgos Lanthimos. Basta dizer que Lanthimos, já tendo uma carreira fascinante, com filmes como “ The Lobster ” e “ The Killing of a Sacred Deer ”, continua a provar ser um dos maiores diretores do mundo. Após os aplausos depois da exibição, o elenco se sentou para discutir como era fazer “The Favorite”, os estranhos exercícios de atuação que Lanthimos pedia para os membros do elenco fazerem e um olhar exclusivo sobre como eles se envolveram neste projeto único.

Perguntado sobre o que o atraiu ao filme, Lanthimos respondeu: “Eu acho que quando eu imediatamente deparei com isso, o fato de que era uma história sobre três mulheres que neste momento [historicamente] tinham esse tipo de poder, e como isso afetava um país inteiro – o destino de milhares ou milhões de pessoas – pareceu uma coisa interessante de se explorar. ”A história da rainha Anne da Inglaterra é trágica e ainda assim Lanthimos, o roteirista Tony McNamara , e o elenco sem esforço efetivamente injetam nesta história um senso de humor sombrio afiado. Sobre os elementos cômicos do filme, Lanthimos comentou que, em parte, era uma maneira interessante de abordar o assunto e o humor é algo que ele “não pode fugir, não importa o que aconteça”.

O espírito rebelde do filme é encabeçado pelos seus elementos contemporâneos. “Tentamos adicionar algumas peças contemporâneas ao filme… algumas delas eram a fisicalidade dos personagens e atores”, observou Lanthimos. “Às vezes fizemos de maneira sutil e em outras não tanto”.

Em última análise, Colman disse que o elenco ficou triste quando tudo acabou, “vou admitir que me senti um pouco desolada quando terminamos”, lamentou. Stone, Hoult e Joe Alwyn ecoaram os mesmos sentimentos.

Alwyn acrescentou: “Ser capaz de trabalhar com um elenco tão incrível é tão refrescante e fazer parte de um projeto tão diferente do que estou acostumado a ver é emocionante.” Olivia Colman jorrou: “Eu sabia que seríamos amigos para a vida [depois das filmagens], e eu sei que as pessoas sempre dizem isso e eu acho que é demais, mas nós realmente tivemos um ótimo momento fazendo esse filme. ”

Fonte | Tradução e Adaptação – Equipe Joe Alwyn Online

During the Venice Film Festival Joe and Nicholas gave Fred Film Radio an interview to talk about The Favorite. Check it out:

On September 28 Joe attended the premiere of The Favourite at the New York Film Festival. The film opened the festival, and after being screened received positive reviews, continuing the trend from the Venice and Telluride film festivals and thus consolidated the film as one of the contenders for the 2019 Oscars race. Check out the photos and videos of Joe at the event:


As part of Joe’s recent interview with British Vogue, which you can read here, Joe also did a video interview with the magazine where he shared his “firsts” such as his first audition, first pet, and more! You can watch the video here

Below is a transcript of Joe’s answers to each question:

First Audition
“First audition I’ve had would likely have been for a school play, when I was about 10, 9 or 10 at school. We had a school production of Tin Tin and I was the dog, Snowy. So I had to crawl around on the floor in cricket whites and I barked a lot. First film audition I had was by a brilliant casting director…who put me forward for a film; put me forward for Love Actually, and I obviously didn’t get the part but I remember reading some scenes with Hugh Grant when I was very young.”

First Job
“I don’t know if it counts as a job but at school, when I was a lot younger I used to burn CD’s and bring them in to sell them to people if they didn’t have them, or their parents wouldn’t let them buy them. So if you needed 50 Cent’s latest album and your parents wouldn’t let you get it then I was the person to come to.”

First Album
“First album I bought would have been, I think What’s The Story (Morning Glory) by Oasis”

First Crush
“First movie crush was, strangely, anyone who was French I liked and I think that just kind of fixated eventually on Marion Cotillard.”

First Pet
“Growing up I had so many pets and animals from tortoises to guinea pigs to mice, but I think the first pet I had was a fish which isn’t as glamorous and was called Rainbow Starr after Ringo Starr.”

First Film
“First film I really, really loved would be Zorro with Anthony Hopkins and Antonio Banderas and I was obsessed with it and I wanted to be Zorro, and I was obsessed with it and I used to go around the house scratching little Z’s like he does with the sword in the film, underneath a table or like a chair or back of radiators and it was actually because of that I took up fencing lessons when I was a lot younger and it was at the fencing lesson that this casting director came around and saw me and asked me to audition for Love Actually. It was because of her I kind of started having interest in doing that. So thank you Zorro.”


Primeira audição

“A primeira audição que eu fiz foi para uma peça da escola, quando eu tinha uns nove ou dez anos. Nós tivemos uma produção escolar de As aventuras de Tintim, e eu era o cachorro Snowy (Milu). Então eu tive que rolar no chão e latir. A primeira audição de cinema que eu fiz foi com um grande diretor de elenco…para Love Actually, e eu não consegui o papel obviamente, mas me lembro de ter lido algumas cenas com Hugh Grant quando eu era mais novo.”

Primeiro emprego

“Eu não sei se isso conta como trabalho, mas quando eu era mais novo, eu costumava gravar CDs e vende-los para as pessoas na escola, se eles não os tivessem, ou seus pais não comprassem para eles.

Primeiro álbum

“O primeiro álbum que eu comprei foi, eu acho What’s The Story (Morning Glory) do Oasis”

Primeira crush

“A primeira paixão em filme foi, estranhamente, qualquer uma que fosse francesa que eu gostasse e acho que acabei me fixando na Marion Cotillard.”

Primeiro animal de estimação

“Na minha infância, eu tive muitos animais de estimação, de tartarugas, porquinhos-da-índia a ratos, mas acho que o primeiro foi um peixe, o que não é tão glamoroso e ele se chamava Rainbow Starr depois Ringo Starr.”

Primeiro filme

“O primeiro filme que eu realmente amei foi o Zorro com Anthony Hopkins e Antonio Banderas e eu era obcecado com isso e eu queria ser o Zorro, e eu costumava dar a volta na casa riscando o pequeno Z como ele fazia com a espada no filme, debaixo da mesa, nas cadeiras, na parte de trás do radiador, e foi por causa disso que eu fiz aula de esgrima, e foi na aula de esgrima que este diretor de elenco me viu e me pediu para fazer um teste para Love Actually. Foi por causa disso que eu comecei a ter interesse em atuar. Então obrigada, Zorro.


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this Jemima it’s going to play joe’s wife?

Yep! Melissa and Nick are married

Do you remember what shows Joe said he binged watched in an interview? I remember it was Fargo and True Detective or True Blood, I don't remember lmao

Fargo and I think Joe mentioned True Detective somewhere? can't remember where he said it

anyway idk if he binged them or just watched them at a normal pace haha

Jemima kirke tagged Joe in her latest ig post 😂

Was Joe and Shailene's character alive in the year 2003? In the movie

*spoilers maybe?*

only Shailene's character is, in the book anyway

netflix really thought everyone had read the book because we see everything in the trailer 🤣

right?! it's such a pet peeve when they do that in trailers! 😩

I’m so excited for Joe, finally some of his movies are coming and he’s out there working. I hope he gets to work with his favourite directors.

yeah! it's really exciting to have things happening after so long! 

I wonder if Joe will update his Instagram 🤪

maybe he'll post something when it comes out in July ...



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Joe was 28 when that movie was filmed right? and he is now 30 🤯

Yep! Wrapped Dec 2019 which feels SO long ago


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