Magazine scans Pride and Prejudice and Zombies War And Peace

Thanks to Gabby and Bubbles, some War and PeacePride and Prejudice and Zombies related magazine scans have been added to the gallery. Be sure to check them out! Enjoy :)

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > TV Guide (January 18)
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Glamour UK (January)
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Empire Escape (January – February)
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Total Film (February)
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‘War and Peace’ covers Radio Times magazine for January 2, 2016. High quality scans from the issue can now be found in our gallery!

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > Radio Times (January 2)
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Lily looks stunning in the new Marie Claire magazine. She poses with her ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ co-stars Suki Waterhouse and Bella Heathcote. Scans from the issue (January 2016) have been added to the gallery (thanks to Luciana), enjoy!

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > Marie Claire (January)
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Following our previous post, we added digital scans of Lily in the January 2016 issue of Harper’s Bazaar (UK) magazine including beautiful pictures and interview from the cast of ‘War and Peace’.

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > Harper’s Bazaar UK (January)
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Lily graces the cover of the December issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK in a stunning new photoshoot. She talks about ‘Cinderella’, ‘Downton Abbey’ and much more!


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Magazine Scans > 2015 > Harper’s Bazaar UK (December)
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > Session 068
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Check the new “CALIFUK” issue (september) of Flaunt magazine featuring Lily. You can also read her interview below, she talks about her role as Natasha Rostova in the BBC adaptation of ‘War and Peace’.


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Magazine Scans > 2015 > Flaunt (September)
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > Session 067

FLAUNT – Though Lily James grew up antithetically to Cinderella, she wears a gown sewn with similar thread: grace and charm, humility and wisdom. While the CALIFUK editorial team awaited a call from the 26-year-old actress (and impending talk of the globe), hushing gossip dominoed down the hall, murmurings bounded from office to office. “Is Cinderella calling?” Yes, the star of Disney’s latest incarnation of Cinderella (2015) carved time in her shiny schedule to briefly talk about what the princess does after the ball. A Google image search of the future superstar yields a catalogue of marvelous gowns for Cinderella’s summer premieres in Tokyo (Shinderera), Berlin (Aschenputtel), Paris (Cendrillon), and Mexico City (Cenicienta) and every other metropolitan fiefdom thrilled to screen the big-budget fantasy masterpiece. The Guardian praised the film’s “straight-faced sentimentality” and “unashamedly old-fashioned” nature, even offering contrarian commentary supporting the protagonist’s modern spirit of independence. Written with anti-revisionist mentality, and maintaining the trope-ish ethos—i.e. 18th-century European baroque-ness meets good ol’ pack-the-station-wagon Disney Americana—the film grossed $132 million on its opening weekend. Director Kenneth Branagh skipped fixing what wasn’t broken, and James—true to her hallmark character—filled the allegorical slipper perfectly.

Refined audiences might have found James’ success in the rags-to-riches princess role a refreshing switch. During her “day job” as Lady Rose Aldridge (née MacClare) on Downton Abbey (2012-2014), she’s recognized moreso for her disregard of mores, as the rebellious youngest daughter of the MacClare family. James’ character means well, though, balancing capable charm and innocent curiosity, arcing from an illicit rendezvous with jazz singer Jack Ross to a safe-but-loving marriage with Atticus Aldridge. She told Zap2it in March, “Part of me wants her to like lose her shit and come back completely wrecked and a ruined woman, and part of me wants her to keep her happily-ever-after.” But happily ever after is subjective. Fans might beg Lady Rose fair stay, while James’ real-life happiness—in the vein of Flow’s Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi—could require roles of increasing challenge, rising to her performative level.

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Magazine scans Photoshoots

Lily looks splendid in this new editiorial for the Net-A-Porter magazine The Edit. Be sure to check HQ digitan scans and outtakes in our gallery. Enjoy!


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Magazine Scans > 2015 > The Edit (September 17)
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > Session 066
Magazine scans

Scan of Lily in the September issue of Vogue magazine can now be found in our gallery!