Category Archives: Keira
We will round up the London press junket interviews of Keira in this post and we will edit when more interviews are released so be sure to check back later.
Keira and her co-stars Mark Ruffalo and Adam Levine talked to Josh Horowitz for MTV’s After Hours to promote “Begin Again“. Josh Horowitz shared the Happy/Sad/Confused instagram picture he took with them on his official instagram account:
The videos of the interview with the cast playing the ‘Guess the gaze’ game and of Keira talking about wanting to become the next Katy Perry can be found after the jump.
Keira and her co-stars James Corden and Mark Ruffalo did a question & ask panel and introduction before a screening of “Begain Again” held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London on July 2nd. You can watch the entire Q&A below.
Edith Bowman hosts question and answers session with stars of the film Begin Again for a screening held at the Ham Yard Hotel, London.
Keira stopped by MSNBC’s Morning Joe last week to talk about “Begin Again” and we have added the official stills and the screencaptures in our gallery. You can also (re)watch the interview below.
Kiera Knightley joins Morning Joe to talk about her new musical comedy, “Begin Again.” Knightly says the film is about the love of friendship, music and New York.
We will round up the press junket interview of Keira in New York on June 26th in this post and we will edit when more interviews are released so be sure to check back later.
Keira is featured in today’s The Sunday Times’ Culture section. We added the photoshoot in our gallery and you can find and excerpt of the interview below but be sure to pick up your own copy of The Sunday Times today to read the entire interview.
Some films are too rude to watch on planes, knee to knee with a stranger when — as Keira Knightley puts it in that semi-posh accent of hers — “a guy blows cocaine up a hooker’s arse”. Recently, she took in Matthew McConaughey’s Killer Joe way up high, in which something you’ll have to google is done with a chicken drumstick. “People watch me watch somebody [do something awful] with a chicken drumstick,” she laughs. “And I’m not sure how I feel about that.”
Once, worse, she saw a passenger turn off one of her films. “He obviously got bored,” she sighs, but won’t say which film it was. I tell her I made it halfway through Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, her middling spy thriller from earlier this year. She says she hasn’t even seen that much.