The Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” is now in full swing in London! Florence has stepped out on several occasions to promote the films, blessing us with more new photos than we’ve had since this whole pandemic started. She has been photographed by Guy Gooch, Holly Whitaker and Joy Yamusangie. Please do enjoy the pictures in the gallery, but stay tuned as more are likely to be added soon!
Marie Claire – […] The release of Black Widow, the sure-shot blockbuster starring Johansson and the magnetic Marvel newcomer Florence Pugh and directed by Cate Shortland—three power women collaborating on a power-women film, asserting their ascendance—was being delayed. It was deflating news, Johansson recalls, though not out of the blue.
[…] We’re on a conference call, because that’s what you do these days—no lunch. That or Zoom, which we did a few weeks ago. Pugh, 24, is with us on the line. Also resigned, also pragmatic. She had just flown from London back to L.A., where she lives, when she got the call. “I think I probably had a hunch,” she says. “It seemed to me all the fun of summer, and everybody being outside and finally having some relaxed rules, caught up with everyone, obviously, because of the virus. I’m sad that people don’t get to watch it for another half year, but I wasn’t majorly upset because it’s important to look after people right now.”
[…] There will be grand box-office expectations for Black Widow, COVID or not; let us not forget that Avengers: Endgame, the last Marvel film in which Johansson appeared, grossed $2.79 billion at the box office, making it the highest-grossing film of all time—not to mention the onus to make something that inspires and empowers girls and women. And it’s quite possible that no one knows the feeling of lofty forecasts better than the star who kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“I really want to recognize the women I play, whether it’s that I recognize my mom in her, or my gran in her, or my sister in her. I want to play complex and confusing characters.”
“The Father of the Bride” cast has reunited for a good cause, and Florence Pugh (Megan) has joined the family! Reese Witherspoon introduces the short film, which sees the Banks Family reuniting 25 years later to benefit World Central Kitchen. Please consider donating if you can by clicking here. High-quality screen captures have been added to our gallery.
I have finally been able to get my hands onto the “Midsommar” Director’s Cut, which features an additional 33-minute footage. This cut isn’t a radically different film, and was introduced in August 2019 as being “the more complete version of this film,” said director Ari Aster. I have added high-quality screen captures of Florence as Dani in those deleted scenes, which you can now view in our gallery.