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Joe has a new project, The Souvenir Part II, a sequel to the critically acclaimed film The Souvenir (2019). It is directed by Joanna Hogg, who Joe has previously mentioned as a director he’d love to work with. The film stars Tilda Swinton, Honor Swinton Bryne, and Charlie Heaton. The Souvenir follows “a young film student in the early 80s who becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man.” The Souvenir Part II will be “a continuation of the story around privileged student Julie (Byrne), and the aftermath of her destructive relationship.” source No details have yet been given regarding Joe’s role, however, Joe was photographed on set with Tilda Swindon on July 3.

Filming wrapped a few weeks ago with the release set for either 2020 or 2021.

Joe Alwyn attended the TCA Summer Press Tour on August 6, 2019 in Los Angeles to discuss the upcoming BBC and FX miniseries A Christmas Carol where Joe will play the role of Bob Cratchit. Joe was joined by his costars Andy Serkis, Guy Pearce and producer Steven Knight. They discussed how this will be a contemporary adaptation within a period setting, focusing on the humanity of the characters in a way that will feel relevant to audiences today. Additionally, Joe discussed how he hasn’t seen many of the previous adaptations of A Christmas Carol so he was able to come into this project with fresh eyes and that this version will be darker and more haunting than previous. After the panel, Joe spoke with E Online about his character and the series, where he sees himself in 10 years, and celebrating Christmas. You can read the article below. You can also see photos of Joe at the event in our gallery:

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Joe Alwyn is living his dream.

While promoting A Christmas Carol, his new FX miniseries about the Charles Dickensclassic, Alwyn was asked where he sees himself in 10 years. The answer?

“I’ve been very lucky, so far, to work with some very talented, great people who I’ve looked up to for a long, long time, that’s both directors and cast and crew, so if I could just keep doing that, that’d be a dream,” he told a small group of press after the 2019 Television Critics Association summer press tour panel.

On the panel, Alwyn said one of the best parts of acting was the catharsis it can provide.

“I find something cathartic about it in the sense that, depending on the role…you get to show all kinds of emotions, scream, shout and cry in a way that you don’t in real life,” he said. “I love seeing the magic of it all happen around you when you step on set. I’m still relatively new, in a relatively early stage in my career, so to step onto these sets with people who I’ve long admired and grown up watching, including Guy and [Andy Serkis], to see it all be created around you…and be a part of amazing stories like this…it’s kind of a dream come true.”

In A Christmas Carol, Alwyn plays Bob Cratchit, father of Tiny Tim, employee of Scrooge (Guy Pearce). In this version, the Bob Cratchit character has a new edge.

“He definitely shows some pluck, especially standing up to Scrooge that we haven’t seen before. His way of fighting back is within the office and sarcasm and snide comments and a slight bitterness and resentment,” Alwyn said. “Like with any human, there’s darkness in him, but he obviously serves a purpose at his essence of being a loyal family man who sacrifices himself and his own sense of well-being to kind of toil for his family and provide for them.”

FX’s A Christmas Carol hails from Steven Knight and despite the time period, is more contemporary.

“It’s not a kind of stuffy, Dickensian world in the way that maybe we’ve seen some times before,” Alwyn said. “It’s more colloquial and modern and people swear and there are themes in there that haven’t been explored before. They’re a lot darker, it feels a lot more human in that way I think.”

As a proper British boy, Alwyn said he has a fondness for Christmas. “Yeah, I love Christmas. It’s great. I’m a big fan of it. I’m not very good at Christmas shopping and getting that done early, that normally comes down to the last week, but it’s great. I see family I haven’t seen in a while, eat far too much food,” he said.

A Christmas Carol premieres in December 2019 on FX.

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The first official trailer for Joe’s upcoming film, Harriet, has been released. Watch it below! The film will be in theatres on November 1st, 2019 in the USA.

 

You can see screenshots of Joe in the trailer in our gallery, linked below:

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Joe has a new role! He will play Bob Cratchit in an upcoming BBC miniseries adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. It will air this December, and filming is currently underway in England.

BBC One and FX are partnering on a new adaptation of the timeless classic, A Christmas Carol.

The three-part special is a unique and original take on the Charles Dickens’ iconic ghost story by Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders) and a haunting, hallucinatory, spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul. It will be produced by FX Productions, Scott Free, Hardy Son & Baker for BBC One.

The star-studded ensemble cast joining A Christmas Carol includes Guy Pearce (Mary Queen of Scots) playing Ebenezer Scrooge; Andy Serkis (Black Panther) as Ghost of Christmas Past; Stephen Graham (This is England) as Jacob Marley; Charlotte Riley (Peaky Blinders) as Lottie; Joe Alwyn (The Favourite) as Bob Cratchit; Vinette Robinson (Doctor Who) as Mary Cratchit; Rutger Hauer (True Blood) as the Ghost of Christmas Future; Kayvan Novak (What We Do In The Shadows) as Ali Baba and Lenny Rush (Old Boys) as Tim Cratchit.

A Christmas Carol is written and executive produced by Steven Knight, executive produced by Tom Hardy, Ridley Scott, Dean Baker, David W. Zucker, Kate Crowe and Mona Qureshi for the BBC. It is directed by Nick Murphy and produced by Julian Stevens. The 3×60’ adaptation airing this Christmas on the BBC in the UK and FX in the US is the latest collaboration between the two broadcasters and the creative team behind acclaimed drama series, Taboo.

Steven Knight says: “This production of A Christmas Carol will respectfully present what we believe to be a timely interpretation of a timeless story.”

Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, says: “We’re incredibly excited that filming has begun on Steve Knight’s brilliant interpretation of A Christmas Carol, with Nick Murphy directing a phenomenal cast in what promises to be an iconic version of the classic tale.”

Nick Grad and Eric Schrier, Presidents of Original Programming, FX Networks and FX Productions, say: “We are incredibly proud to join the BBC in this latest creative venture, which builds on our expansive programming partnership to bring the best in television to audiences in the US and UK. Charles Dickens’ classics, including A Christmas Carol, are timeless tales that have been re-imagined generation after generation. We couldn’t imagine a better team to undertake this enormous task than Steven Knight, Tom Hardy, Ridley Scott, and their formidable production companies. What an incredible way to close out 2019 with the television event for A Christmas Carol.”

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Joe attended the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday, February 24. This was Joe’s first time attending the Oscars, he went in support of his film The Favourite, which had 10 nominations. Co-star Olivia Colman won Best Actress in Leading Role for her performance as Queen Anne. Joe walked the red carpet with co-star Nicholas Hoult, and after the show went to the Fox After Party and Vanity Fair Oscar Party. You can see photos of Joe at the awards show and after parties in our gallery, and watch 4 red carpet interviews with Joe and Nicholas below.

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FOX AFTER PARTY

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High Life Director Claire Denis Talks In Panama

I love Claire so much. I watch everything she makes and I read / watch every interview she does. I didn't know Joe before this film, but Claire casts her films perfectly, so I am cautiously optimistic! Any Joe Alwyn recommendations to get into him before this premieres?

I haven’t seen any of her work yet, I have High Life on my watchlist so I’ll check that out soon! If you have any other recommendations let me know!

For Joe recommendations, I guess I would say Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk ~ the movie itself isn’t the greatest… [more]

Do you know if anyone asked Joe's part being recast?

someone messaged me on ig saying that Claire Denis contacted Joe 5 days before filming started 🙀and Joe accepted immediately because he admires her work

Why is he the cutest? Ugh 😭😍

He looks great!

Now I see someone saying there's only one week left? So what's the truth

we don’t really know haha, but it’ll be “soon” either way!

edit: they also said it seems like there’s a couple weeks left of filming. She then replied that she's not sure and no-one talked about how many days are left. Only that they're in week 7 of filming.

ahh okay, well early/mid december is when we guessed it would wrap so we’ll see

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Joe at the IFF Panama panel (via danoismartinez)

I thought Margaret Qualley was supposed to attend, too.

she was, but they posted earlier she couldn’t attend due to other commitments

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