Darkest Hour Movies Promotional Posters

The first promotional poster from Lily’s new movie Darkest Hour has just been released thanks to Empire Online!

EMPIRE ONLINE – Gary Oldman underwent a fairly radical transformation to play Winston Churchill in forthcoming World War II drama Darkest Hour – and with the film fast approaching the hour of its release date, we’ve managed to get our hands on some rather handsome world exclusive new character posters.

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Joe Wright is behind the camera for this one, focusing on Churchill’s early years as the British prime minister, navigating the bleak early phases of World War II.

Darkest Hour arrives in UK cinemas on 12 January, following an awards-qualifying run in the US starting 22 November this year.

Magazine scans Photoshoots

Lily is featured in the newest issue of Grazia Italia (September 07) with a brand new interview and some unseen outtakes from the Baby Driver promotional photoshoot. The scans, outtakes and a new promotional photo from her campaign My Burberry Blush have now been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

GALLERY LINKS
Magazine Scans > 2017 > Grazia Italia (September 07)
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2017 > Session 006
Other Projects > Ad Campaigns > Burberry (2016-) > My Burberry Blush (Promotional Shot)
Campaigns Videos

A few weeks ago, Burberry announced “My Burberry Blush” as their new fragrance with Lily as the face of the campaign. Today, the brand finally released a first look including promotional pictures, photoshoot and a stunning video featuring Lily. The actual TV ad will soon be added as well, so stay tuned!


GALLERY LINKS
Other Projects > Ad Campaigns > Burberry (2016-) > My Burberry Blush (Promotional Shot)
Other Projects > Ad Campaigns > Burberry (2016-) > My Burberry Blush (Behind The Scenes)
Other Projects > Ad Campaigns > Burberry (2016-) > My Burberry Blush (Lookbook)

Appearances

Lily was all smiles as she attended the premiere of ‘Baby Driver’ in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. We found some pretty pictures from the event so make sure to check our gallery for more, enjoy!

GALLERY LINKS
Public Appearances > 2017 > ‘Baby Driver’ Kuala Lumpur Premiere
Interviews Videos

Interviews

ELLE MALAYSIA – Jodie Whittaker being cast as the 13th Doctor in BBC1 series Doctor Who is a huge step in opening up traditionally male roles to female actors (your move, Bond). Jodie’s Doctor will be the first time the character has regenerated into a female form.

Not unaware of this monumental moment for the British TV series is Lily James, the star of Baby Driver (interesting fact: she is also dating Matt Smith, who played the 11th Doctor for three seasons).

“I’m so excited about Jodie; we actually went to the [Guildhall School of Music and Drama] at different times,” Lily said this morning at the Baby Driver press conference in Kuala Lumpur. “I’ve always been a real fan of hers, I think she’s the perfect person to take on the role.”

Since its inception in 1963, the lead character in Doctor Who has always been male. Even his arch-nemesis, the Master, has had a female incarnation who was played by Michelle Gomez.

“I think having a woman [in the Doctor’s role] is just spectacular, and it’s about time,” Lily added. “I think everyone was ready, that everyone was feeling like ‘I can’t wait’. I think it’s brilliant. Jodie’s going to bring new life, and new energy and hopefully just blow open the audience even further than she already has.”

Lily’s character Debora in Baby Driver is just one of two female supporting roles – the other is Eiza González’s Darling. They may not be the criminal masterminds in the film, but to Lily, they also contribute to the landscape of strong female characters on film.

“On one hand, you’ve got Debbie who is sort of a loyal girl that wants to hit the road, and then you’ve got Darling who’s shooting double machine guns and is totally badass and gangster,” Lily explained. “I think you’ve got two very different, brilliant women in the film and so I think it’s really well represented – it’s a really bold kind of show.”

Interviews

THE TALKSMs. James, how do you usually feel the night before your first day on set?
It’s weird because I’m not that nervous anymore. I don’t stay up all night getting nervous about work. I do get frightened of not being good enough. I’ll get quite anxious after days where I’ve had a big emotional scene, I worry that I haven’t given enough or I get frightened that I haven’t been true enough. So that’s a kind of fear that lasts pretty much the whole shoot. But it’s doesn’t make me nervous, weirdly — except in auditions.

Do you still audition?
I still audition but it’s done in a different way. It’s like I meet the director now and we talk about the role. There are less of those relentless, open call ranks… What I really love is when you’re in an audition or the first day on a film set where you’re like, “Hi, pleased to meet you and I’m proposing to you today,” and you’ve literally never met them before. (Laughs) I’m quite used to being flung into a false intimacy with someone on set. I like when things are a bit more relaxed because that’s when I’m a bit better I think. Like, if I audition and I don’t know the scenes well, I’m accidentally funny, or I do more of what you can’t do when you’re actually working.

When is the last time that happened?
Well, when I auditioned for Baby Driver, and I was thinking a lot about the American accent, so much that it became the focus rather than the actual scene, like, “Fuck, what am I actually doing in the scene?” (Laughs) It ended up coming out in quite a natural way. I feel like because I’m British and the way that I’ve started, you know, I’ve ended up doing period dramas, more classical stuff. I’ve gone down that route… I really wanted to break out of that kind of style and genre.

Were you starting to feel like the prototypical English Rose character?
Yeah, I wouldn’t say that is even more me, that’s just what I’ve been doing. It’s not even necessarily where I’m most comfortable — it’s just kind of where English girls from drama school end up going. Cinderella and those roles make people think of me in a certain way, and I’m excited to change that perception. Making more contemporary film is the route that I want to keep going down so I can express myself in a manner that is closer to me as a person.

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Appearances Videos

Lily, Ansel Elgort and director Edgar Wright attended a press conference for ‘Baby Driver’ earlier today (July 17) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


GALLERY LINKS
Public Appearances > 2017 > ‘Baby Driver’ Photocall (Kuala Lumpur)
Public Appearances > 2017 > ‘Baby Driver’ Press Conference (Kuala Lumpur)