Keira Knightley shares how difficult it was to experience massive fame at such a young age.
Keira Knightley shares how difficult it was to experience massive fame at such a young age.
A relationship full of pride — not prejudice. Keira Knightley and her husband James Righton’s romance is still going strong after more than a decade.
Keira Knightley is looking back on Bend It Like Beckham.
What to watch: 7 movies and show to stream this week - March 10What to watch: 7 movies and shows to stream this week - Feb 24“Swarm” looks crazy. The series, described as a horror show with some comedic moments, follows Dre (Dominique Fishbank), a fan of a Beyonce like singer who appears to be seriously disturbed. She embarks on a cross country trek jampacked with characters played by the likes of Billie Eilish, Kiersey Clemons, Paris Jackson, and more.
, and it seems she wouldn't dare get caught in the same look twice. The 37-year-old actor was first photographed in a chic three-piece Celine suit, with a white bow tied around her collar. She paired the look with a pair of simple black boots.Keira Knightley is seen in Midtown on March 15, 2023 in New York City.
The story of the infamous serial murder case nicknamed the Boston Strangler involved 13 sexual assaults and murders between 1962 and 1964 in the Boston area. Officially, 12 of them have never been solved. The 13th, decades later, was proven through DNA techniques to be the chief suspect, and self-confessed “Boston Strangler” Albert DeSalvo. He was famously represented by F. Lee Bailey, who later would write a book about the case.
Keira Knightley's 7-year-old daughter has been brutally honest for some time now, and the world — well, specifically her mom — got a taste of it, which she shared during her appearance on .The 37-year-old actress traveled down memory lane while catching up with Jimmy Fallon, but she also shared her kids' latest obsession: 's Rainbow Unicorn. While she was all for giving her daughters — Edie, 7, and Delilah, 3, whom she shares with husband James Righton — their fair share of Rainbow Unicorn, Knightley said she's also tried (key word, ) to show her kids some of her past work.«I did a version of a few years ago where I play, like, a psychotic pink cake,» she explained. «And so they watched that but didn’t like it at all.
From the opening moments of “Boston Strangler,” writer and director Matt Ruskin makes it clear he’s thought through exactly how he wants to depict the true crime at the heart of the film. The camera refracts a killing off the surface of a television, sparing the gruesome sight of strangulation as the titular troublemaker strikes once again.
To be a male serial killer of women one must be a misogynist. “Duh,” you’re probably saying, and yet we’re surrounded by sexy serial killer media, from Zac Efron as Ted Bundy to whatever Ryan Murphy is up to these days.
Courtney Howard Bleak atmosphere and a David Fincher-inspired aesthetic are the first things that audiences will notice when watching “Boston Strangler.” Writer-director Matt Ruskin pulls us into this true-crime tale, centered on the dedicated reporters determined to solve Boston’s serial killings in the early 1960s, using similarly desaturated color, frame composition and camera movements. A distant cousin to “Zodiac,” with splashes of “Seven” mixed into its homages, this thriller falls short of its influences yet carves out a small space of its own. It makes a searing indictment of the sloppy, sexism-laced police work that might’ve resolved the case, and pays tribute to the two women who broke the investigation wide open.
Keira Knightley has ruled out a return to the Pirates of the Caribbean series, saying she wouldn’t want to change her character’s departure in the series.The Boston Strangler actor has stated she’s happy with how her character from the franchise, Elizabeth Swann, ended her run in the series. Knightley was asked about the potential of her return by Entertainment Tonight, to which she responded: “I mean, she sailed away so nicely. She sailed away in brilliant style.”The first movie in the series turns 20 this year, and helped to launch Knightley’s career alongside her turn in early work like Bend It Like Beckham.
Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon are hitting the red carpet!
ship seems to have sailed for Keira Knightley! ET spoke to Knightley at the premiere of her new Hulu original movie, — out Friday — where she explained why she wouldn't make a return to the beloved Disney franchise.«What about Elizabeth Swan?» Knightley joked when asked if she would re-join the crew, given producer, Jerry Bruckheimer's recent comments about bringing back the saga, potentially with Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow at the helm. «I mean, she sailed away so nicely. She sailed away in brilliant style.»As for what she remembers about the franchise's first film which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Knightly said, not «very much.»«It sort of launched me out of a rocket, really, as far as my career went,» she shared.
Ahead of the premiere of Keira Knightley’s new crime-drama “Boston Strangler”, the actress reveals what it was like to portray Loretta McLaughlin, the first journalist to connect the murders of the infamous 1960s Boston Strangler killings and break the story.
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Angelique Jackson Emma D’Arcy, star of HBO’s “House of the Dragon,” has signed with CAA for representation. D’Arcy stars in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” prequel series as Rhaenyra Targaryen, the firstborn child of the king and his heir apparent. The show follows the events leading to the war of succession, known as the “Dance of the Dragons,” which begins the fall of House Targaryen. “House of the Dragon” has been a massive success for HBO, with 9.3 million viewers watching the Season 1 finale, marking the network’s biggest audience since “Game of Thrones.” The series has also garnered critical acclaim, winning best drama series at the 2023 Golden Globes. For their commanding performance, D’Arcy was singled out with a nomination for best actress in a drama series. According to HBO and HBO Max content CEO Casey Bloys, Season 2 is expected in 2024.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Keira Knightley was only 17, going on 18, when she became an international star with 2003’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.” But in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar U.K., the Oscar nominee said playing an object of desire like Elizabeth Swann at such a young age left her feeling “stuck” and “constrained” in the industry. “I had quite an entrance into adult life, an extreme landing because of the experience of fame at a very early age,” Knightley said. “There’s a funny place where women are meant to sit, publicly, and I never felt comfortable with that. It was a big jolt.” “[Elizabeth Swann] was the object of everybody’s lust,” Knightley continued. “Not that she doesn’t have a lot of fight in her. But it was interesting coming from being really tomboyish to getting projected as quite the opposite. I felt very constrained. I felt very stuck. So the roles afterwards were about trying to break out of that…I didn’t have a sense of how to articulate it. It very much felt like I was caged in a thing I didn’t understand.”
Keira Knightley is no stranger to the spotlight, but when it comes to her career, she confessed there were moments she felt "caged." After entering the Hollywood scene at the young age of 17, Knightley revealed "she was the object of everybody’s lust" during her famous role in the "Pirates of the Caribbean.""Not that she doesn’t have a lot of fight in her. But it was interesting coming from being really tomboyish to getting projected as quite the opposite. I felt very constrained.
Madonna after the pop icon was forced to respond to critics of her appearance.Last month, Madonna addressed the criticism she received after her appearance at the 2023 Grammy Awards, with harsh commentators claiming that she looked “unrecognisable” while also speculating about various cosmetic surgeries.The singer described the backlash as evidence of a “world that refuses to celebrate women [past] the age of 45”, though later joked that the “swelling from surgery” had gone down.Knightley, 37, has now weighed in on the row, telling Harper’s Bazaar: “Change is always tricky. We’re taught that it’s bad.
While everyday of the year is the perfect day to champion the rights and achievements of women and girls around the world, International Women’s Day is the designated global day to bring women to the centre of the world stage and showcase the best we have to offer. From scientists inventing life saving medicines and actresses breaking the glass ceiling and fighting for pay parity on both the silver and small screen, through to dedicated mums juggling the demands of several children and athletes dazzling the world in typically male dominated sports, IWD 2023 is the perfect day to celebrate each and every woman for both her accomplishments so far and her potential to continue to succeed.That’s why, for this International Women’s Day, we’ve picked out some of our favourite girl power movies to help get into the spirit of the occasion - all while proving that no matter what your dream may be, your gender should not hold you back.
Madonna on the one hand, and we’re told that’s not the right thing, then you have someone else, where we’re told, “They looked better 20 years ago”. How are we, culturally, meant to age?’The two-time Oscar nominee described her early taste of fame as ‘quite an entrance into life’. Knightley, who shares daughters Edie, seven, and three-year-old Delilah with musician husband James Righton, 39, also explained why she wanted to change the tide of her career after playing Elizabeth Swann in the Pirates Of The Caribbean films.
Keira Knightley said she felt “caged,” “constrained” and “very stuck” after being in blockbuster film series Pirates Of The Caribbean. The 37-year-old British actress, who has been twice nominated for Oscars, starred in the first film Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl in 2003 – alongside Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom – as Elizabeth Swann, along with three sequels.
Fighting to find the truth. In Hulu’s true crime drama Boston Strangler, Keira Knightley plays Loretta McLaughlin, a journalist who wants to find out why so many local women are being murdered — only to be told she can’t cover homicide stories.
Ever since “The Exorcist” terrified audiences decades ago, Hollywood has been obsessed with possession horror. The idea of a demon taking over the body of a helpless person is the perfect mix of realism with the supernatural that it has become a story told over and over again.
The upcoming 20th Century Studios movie Boston Strangler is premiering on Hulu next month and the first trailer has been released!
The “Boston Strangler” movie, which will debut on March 17, 2023, has now revealed its trailer and poster.
20th Century and Hulu unveiled the trailer for “Boston Strangler,” the true-crime thriller about the journalists who cracked the case of the infamous 1960s murders.Keira Knightley stars as Loretta McLaughlin, a reporter for the Record-American newspaper who strikes out on her own when her sexist superiors get in the way of her investigation. She’s joined by her colleague Jean Cole (Carrie Coon) in her quest to uncover the truth.
Nowadays, people are obsessed with the idea of serial killers. It’s almost disturbing how much true-crime media is consumed by folks, as they desperately try to learn more and more about history’s worst criminals.
Bonjour, Mademoiselle! Whitney Peak just burst on the beauty scene as the new face of Chanel’s iconic Coco Mademoiselle fragrance — and Us Weekly got a first look at the making of the campaign.
A series adaptation of Never Let Me Go, the Kazuo Ishiguro novel that was adapted as a film starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield, is no longer moving forward at FX, sources close to the project have confirmed to Deadline. Production had not yet begun.
EXCLUSIVE: After a fierce bidding battle that followed the rousing premiere Sunday Sundance premiere, Apple is closing a deal for Flora and Son, the John Carney-directed film that stars Eve Hewson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Oren Kinlan and Jack Reynor. Streamers Apple, Amazon battled to the end, and Netflix and Searchlight were all in the mix. Haven’t got a final number yet, but the bidding landed in the vicinity of just under the $20M Netflix paid for Fair Play, I’m told.
EXCLUSIVE: The talent agency scene in the UK has been the talk of the town since UTA snapped up Curtis Brown Group last year.
“Apollo 10 ½: A Space-Age Childhood”“Boyhood” and “Dazed and Confused” director Richard Linklater’s film is set in Houston in the summer of 1969, and it spends as much time detailing life for a kid in that era (from TV shows to rotary phones) as it does telling the story of a fourth-grader recruited by NASA for a secret, pre-Apollo 11 moon mission. The film was shot in live action and then animated, which initially caused the Academy to rule it ineligible before reversing that decision in November.
While Warner Bros. Discovery seems to have abandoned their plan to make movies directly for HBO Max, at least in the superhero genre, 20th Century Studios apparently has no such similar worries with doing the same for Hulu.
True crime drama “Boston Strangler” is set to premiere in March exclusively on Hulu, the streamer announced Tuesday. The feature film from 20th Century dives into the infamous Boston Strangler murders of the 1960s.“Boston Strangler” — written and directed by Matt Ruskin (“Crown Heights”) — will portray the true story of Loretta McLaughlin, the first reporter to break the story of the titular murderer, who slayed 13 women in the areas surrounding in the early ’60s. The film stars Oscar nominee Keira Knightley as McLaughlin, alongside Carrie Coon, Alessandro Nivola and Chris Cooper.
20th Century Studios has unveiled first-look photos from its true-crime thriller Boston Strangler — also unveiling a premiere date for the film starring two-time Oscar nominee Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game).
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