Keira is on the cover of the October edition of Vogue. She looks amazing in a beautiful new photoshoot shot by Mario Testino. Read the full article below, a preview of the cover and some outtakes have been added to the gallery.
A dramatic heroine in haute couture and in costume as Anna Karenina, Keira Knightley talks about her upcoming marriage—and playing the role of a lifetime.
Keira Knightley is drinking herbal tea in a downtown New York apartment so meagerly furnished that a dance troupe could polka through it without missing a step. Bare walls, bright-orange sofa, a single, corporate-looking armchair: Even for a short-term rental it is ridiculously spartan. Most actresses would have been on to their agents in five minutes. Not Keira. In town to film Can a Song Save Your Life?, alongside Adam Levine and Mark Ruffalo, she appears full to bursting with an undisguised joy that fills the otherwise empty room. Continue…
Keira Knightley is on the cover of the April 2012 issue of Interview magazine! A preview of the cover and a few shots from the photoshoot have been added to the gallery.
On liking to get lost in the movies like everyone else:
“I hate knowing too much when I’m going to the cinema. I don’t want to know that the actor has just gone through a divorce. I don’t want to know that the person is an alcoholic.”
On whether she thinks people can let go of her as a celebrity and focus on her as an actress:
“I think I’d be quite surprised if they could . . . I know with ‘A Dangerous Method’ people liked the spanking an awful lot. But I’m not quite sure. It’s weird, though, with the spanking. When we were in Venice, I didn’t get asked about it once . . . But in England, it was pretty much the only thing I got asked about. I’m not quite sure what that says about the English.”
Keira is currently busy doing the media rounds for A Dangerous Method. She appeared (via link) on the Rhode Show yesterday, check out the video below. AOL have also posted a very short clip from their interview, view that behind the cut.
Drawn from true-life events, David Cronenberg’s ‘A Dangerous Method’ chronicles the turbulent relationships between fledgling psychiatrist Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender), his mentor Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen) and Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley), the troubled but beautiful young woman who comes between them. Into the mix comes Otto Gross (Vincent Cassell), a debauched patient who is determined to push the boundaries. In this exploration of sensuality, ambition and deceit set the scene for the pivotal moment when Jung, Freud and Sabina come together and split apart, forever changing the face of modern thought. ‘A Dangerous Method’ is set for release November 23rd in the US, and Febuary 10th in the UK. Check out what Keira Knightley had to say about the film in a quick interview below. Continue…
Along with their review of Last Night, Cinematical have also posted a few new stills, one featuring Keira! Check it out in the gallery.
Though Knightley might be passionate about her period pieces, she’s never better than in modern moments, and as Joanna, she shows a real sense of maturity and presence. In scenes with Canet, their chemistry oozes from every shot. A look or gentle, off-hand touch speaks volumes about their connection. You want to cheer for cheating, because their connection feels so real.
ANNA KARENINA (2012) Keira as Anna Karenina
Set in late-19th-century Russia high-society, the aristocrat Anna Karenina enters into a life-changing affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. News | Official | IMDb | Images
CAN A SONG SAVE YOUR LIFE? (2013) Keira as Greta
A dejected music business executive forms a bond with a young singer-songwriter new to Manhattan.
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