Dear Florence (Pugh)

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Welcome to Dear Florence (Pugh), your best and only resource dedicated to Academy Award and BAFTA-nominated British actress Florence Pugh. She is best known for her roles in “Lady Macbeth“, “Fighting with My Family“, “Midsommar“, and “Little Women“. Florence will soon be back on the big screen with “Black Widow“ and Olivia Wilde’s “Don’t Worry Darling“. I have been working on the site these past few weeks, trying to get it to be as complete as it can possibly be. The gallery is currently hosting over 25,000 high-quality photos, including public appearances, photo sessions, film + television images and more!

Thank you to my friends Bubbles (www.gugumbatharaw.org), Neide (www.lizolsen.org), David (www.maisiewilliams.org) and Alexa (www.scarlett-johansson.net) for their precious help with building this website. Special thanks to Lora (www.daisy-ridley.net) and Emily (www.timothee-chalamet.com) who allowed me to take over the original domain, and for the kind picture donations.

Make sure to follow us on twitter at @florencepughcom and bookmark our site to stay up to date with all the latest news, photos and videos on Florence. Enjoy your stay and we hope to see you back here soon!

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Florence Pugh Covers ELLE UK (June 2020)

ELLE UK – Florence Pugh is having a moment of intense pleasure. Slowly, elegantly, with the tantalising precision of Nigella Lawson, she slices into a glistening ball of burrata. ‘Oh my god! Did you see that…’ It sits in front of her, drizzled in pesto; its contents oozing onto the plate. ‘It was quite sexual, wasn’t it?’ she says. There’s a pause. ‘Don’t tell everyone I said popping cheese was quite sexual.

But eating lunch with Florence Pugh is a sensual experience. Maybe it has something to do with our afternoon being filled with eyebrow-raising innuendo (hers, not mine), or the fact that Pugh’s laugh – a full-bellied growl (she calls it her ‘dinosaur laugh’) – bounces across the restaurant every few minutes. Or perhaps it’s just that Pugh is one of the great sensual artists – someone unfettered by PR fluff; possessing prodigious appetite, bountiful opinion and a rare openness that makes everyone who meets her want to luxuriate in her company.

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[…] The restricted living conditions have also been a moment of self-reflection: ‘I was so surprised by how unkind I am to myself! Living in lockdown I found there’s no point or energy in being annoyed at yourself for not reading that book, writing that song or working out that day. I’m teaching myself to find joy as much as I can and ease in these open long days.‘ This means also staying away from Zoom: ‘I’m not in any way tech savvy…I did a live virtual play, In Our Youth a few weeks back and as I was logging in I got the meeting ID number wrong and entered a strangers meeting that THANKFULLY wasn’t starting for another 30 minutes!

When Pugh was a 17-year-old at private school in Oxford, she auditioned for Carol Morley’s film The Falling, about a group of girls who mysteriously keep fainting. Pugh, who excelled in the arts but was never academic, got a main role opposite Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, who was then still relatively unknown. Despite never attending drama school, it was a star turn from Pugh, who played a promiscuous teenager bewitching all who met her.

During filming, Morley didn’t let the girls watch themselves back on the monitor: ‘I think she didn’t want us to act for vanity, or to know what we didn’t like about ourselves on screen,’ says Pugh. ‘She wanted to keep us as naïve as possible.’ This style of direction has no doubt helped as Pugh’s career has taken off. ‘I’ve never been bothered by the odd things that happen on camera, maybe because of that. I don’t mind my double chins, that’s not the acting part to me.

Earlier this year, Pugh was Oscar-nominated for Best Supporting Actress, following her role as Amy March alongside Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson in Little Women. Greta Gerwig, the film’s director, tells me that Pugh brought her familiar and playful energy to set every day: ‘She instinctively knows how to be in a big family group. She was always the first one in the play-fight, the first one telling a joke, starting a giggle-fest, eating the prop cakes. She had that bubbling-over energy of sisterhood.

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Florence Pugh to Star in Olivia Wilde’s Film “Don’t Worry Darling”

VarietyFlorence Pugh, Shia LaBeouf and Chris Pine will star in “Don’t Worry Darling,” an upcoming feature film from director Olivia Wilde.

Wilde will produce the movie, from New Line Cinema, and has a key supporting role, though sources say Pugh’s character is the star. “Don’t Worry Darling” is a psychological thriller set in an isolated, utopian community in the 1950s California desert.

New Line considers the film a high priority, having landed the rights after a heated bidding war due to the acclaim of Wilde’s directorial debut “Booksmart.” Katie Silberman, who co-wrote “Booksmart” and penned the Netflix rom-com “Set it Up,” will rewrite the original script for “Don’t Worry Darling” from Shane and Carey Van Dyke. Catherine Hardwicke is executive producing the movie, alongside Shane and Carey Van Dyke. Wilde and Silberman will produce along with Roy Lee and Miri Yoon of Vertigo Entertainment. Daria Cercek and Celia Khong will oversee the project for New Line.

Pugh recently scored Oscar and BAFTA Award nominations for her performance in “Little Women.” She also received acclaim for her starring role in A24’s horror film “Midsommar.” Pugh, who can be seen next in Marvel’s “Black Widow,” also appeared in Netflix “Outlaw King” and the British miniseries “The Little Drummer Girl.”

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