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Ana   /   December 19, 2017   /   0 Comments

Playing Princess Margaret in Netflix’s breakout royal drama The Crown is a dream role for Vanessa Kirby, who gets to shine as the palace wild child. As season two kicks off, we find Margaret and Elizabeth at odds over the Queen’s refusal to let Margaret be with the love of her life Peter Townsend. We dig deep with Kirby on the art of portraying simmering rage and her new love interest.

You had some really tense moments with Elizabeth (Claire Foy) at the end of the first season where there’s just…
The boiling rage underneath.

Full-on boiling rage. Were you waiting for a love interest to come along and take your focus off that anger?
Yeah, completely. And I think the interesting thing is they never have a huge massive blow-up, do they? I remember Peter always saying that in the first season, you know, part of the difficulty with the family is that people don’t talk about their feelings and they don’t – so it’s quite hard to heal from that. How do you heal that sister relationship in our story anyway?

I love the way you and Elizabeth fight with your eyes. You just glare at each other.
We just glare at each other and don’t say what we really think. You know, Margaret tries as much, you know she’s pretty good at not having a filter but the Queen just wants to brush everything under the carpet and not look at it. I think it’s really, the tension underneath I think is something. I definitely had a desire for them to make it up, but I don’t think it’s possible after that scene at the end of last season…

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Ana   /   December 18, 2017   /   0 Comments

Vanessa Kirby and Richard Curtis have been invited to speak at a event on Alan Howard Foundation, which is due Feb 27  at 19:00. Richard was the director for ‘About Time’ where Vanessa played Johanna. Prices are 25£ per ticket:

Vanessa Kirby starred in Richard Curtis’s film About Time alongside Rachel McAdams and Domnall Gleeson and Everest alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightley, which opened the 2015 Venice Film Festival.

In 2016, Vanessa played Princess Margaret alongside Claire Foy and Matt Smith in the highly anticipated Netflix series The Crown. The hit series won The Crown a Golden Globe for Best Drama TV series in 2017. Vanessa was also nominated for Supporting Actress at the British Academy Television Awards 2017 for her role as Princess Margaret.

Next year, Vanessa will star in Mission: Impossible 6 alongside Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill and Rebecca Ferguson. The film is set for release in the US on 27th July 2018.

On the 27th February at JW3, Vanessa and Richard will be discussing the film industry and their experiences across their careers, as well as their charitable endeavours.

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Ana   /   December 14, 2017   /   0 Comments

Bringing more updates from ‘The Crown’ promotional days that started in November and aired until December 8th. I bring you pictures from several days when Vanessa promoted S2 of the show alltogether in a album as there was no need on separating them into different folders for so little images. Be sure to check in the future, as I am going to add interviews videos/ audios and Vanessa’s Closet new looks!

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Appearances / Events > 2017 > November to December: ‘The Crown’ Press Days and Interviews

Ana   /   December 12, 2017   /   0 Comments

Vanessa attended her first Live Show ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ last week! She wonderfully wore Erdem and was hosted by Neal Patrick Harris:

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Captures > Interviews > 2017 > December 06: ABC ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ Live

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Appearances / Events > 2017 > December 06: ABC ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ Live

Ana   /   December 12, 2017   /   0 Comments

The second season of The Crown felt like a more emotional journey than the first, delving into the painful marital conflict between Elizabeth and Philip against the backdrop of a fragile post-war Britain still struggling to find its place on the world stage. Though the British stiff upper lip is still present and correct—the queen’s icily polite putdowns become a devastating art form this season—everybody’s heart was a little closer to their sleeve this year.

But Vanessa Kirby’s impulsive and passionate Princess Margaret has always been the show’s heart. She’s beloved by viewers in large part because she’s so unguarded and spikily candid. In the wake of her sister forcing her to break off her engagement last season, Margaret is devastated, throwing herself headlong into an all-consuming affair with Matthew Goode’s roguish Antony Armstrong-Jones. The pair are married before the season is out, and although that marriage lasted more than a decade, let’s just say it was not smooth sailing.

Kirby spoke to BAZAAR.com about Margaret’s “dark nights of the soul,” how The Crown changed her opinion about the royal family, and her emotional final day on set.

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