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You may know Vanessa from her TV projects like «The Frankenstein Chronicles» or «The Hour»; her movie projects «About Time» or «Kill Command»; or her most acclaimed project «The Crown». Follow our site for her latest news and we will assure you will never miss anything about Vanessa´s career!

As you all know, Vanessa has been active on War Child UK charity, and, she is now more active than ever! She gets behind their campaign to link schools in UK and warzones, says she hopes it ‘inspires people to overcome their differences and connect with each other’.

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Captures > Others > War Child UK – Learn To Live (Sep. 8)

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The Crown actor praised the Learn to Live campaign as she visited one of the pioneering London schools at the heart of the project, saying she hopes it “inspires people to overcome their differences and connect with each other”.
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She may live in her sister’s shadow as Princess Margaret on Netflix’s The Crown, but Vanessa Kirby stands squarely in the spotlight in Mission: Impossible — Fallout.

In the Tom Cruise-starring franchise’s sixth film directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Kirby plays a pivotal role as a woman nicknamed the “White Widow,” whom Ethan Hunt (Cruise) and his CIA counterpart August Walker (Henry Cavill) must find in order to complete, well, a mission. But while Kirby was comfortable slipping into her slippery character’s skin, the stunts were another matter — especially when she had to go toe-to-toe with the notoriously stunt-happy Cruise.

Below, the actress talks joining the franchise in her first role after leaving The Crown and what fans can expect from the film.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why choose to join Mission: Impossible of all things post-The Crown?
VANESSA KIRBY: It’s mad, I know! Of all things after The Crown! It couldn’t be more different. We were filming the second season of The Crown and going to do some shooting days in London, and then moving on a Eurostar to film night shoots in Paris and then back to film The Crown. Really, it was nearly the death, the death of me.

I think it was because these movies in particular, if you look at the ensembles that have been in all of them over the years, you’ve got Philip Seymour Hoffman, Vanessa Redgrave, Thandie Newton, and Kristin Scott Thomas. You’ve just got all these amazing actors, and that was really exciting, to join the ensembles in that way. I hadn’t done a movie like this before, I haven’t really done stunts before, so it was hugely eye-opening.
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On yesterday’s edition of The Observer Magazine an insert from The Guardian newspaper, Vanessa highlights the cover with a brand new photoshoot and interview:

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Magazine Scans > 2018 > July 22 – The Observer (full scans coming soon)

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Photoshoots > 2018 > Set 009 for The Observer

When I went to see Vanessa Kirby starring in Julie at the National Theatre, it turns out I picked “a really bad night. Oh God everything went wrong,” she says when we meet a few days later, in a café in Chelsea where she has just ordered scrambled eggs. In one climactic moment she has to kill a budgie on stage, but the blood capsule didn’t burst until well after she whizzed the fake bird up in the food processor. “That happened two nights in a row! But it was better than before, when we used to start the scene with a real budgie and then kill a fake one, because one night the real one started tweeting after the lights went down, when he was supposed to be dead. I was trying to shut him up. He was called Gordon. We had to get rid of Gordon. There have been letters to the theatre: ‘We need to know that Gordon has not been harmed.’”

Kirby is a 30-year-old actor from London, a galloping laugh a minute, and quite probably the future of British acting. You may know her as Princess Margaret from Netflix’s The Crown, a role she describes happily as “the gift that I was given”, and which turned what could have been a staid drama about duty and class into something much more delicious. She gave Margaret a youthful vulnerability – we saw the damns she had to give before she stopped giving any – and now, after two series and winning a Bafta, she is handing the role over to Helena Bonham Carter, who will play the older incarnation. And Kirby is gutted.
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Vanessa stunned the red carpet in Paris and London for the first two premieres of MI6: Fall Out! On the first premiere, Paris, where part of the movie was filmed, she presented a beautiful Prada white gown and in London she switched to a black perfect dress by Tom Ford:

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Appearances / Events > 2018 > July 12: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Paris Premiere

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Appearances / Events > 2018 > July 13: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ UK Premiere

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Why She Loves Her Role On The Crown

“I loved playing Princess Margaret. I just love Margaret more than anything. I’m completely obsessed with her. I was so lucky to have had that role for two seasons. It was actually the most incredible thing to play a member of the royal family because you realize that it was tough to be them. The part gave me gratitude for my own freedom and being able to choose what I do.”

How She Trained for Mission: Impossible

“Going from filming The Crown to Mission: Impossible was like night and day. Literally—I was doing night shoots in Paris for Mission: Impossible and coming back and shooting The Crown during the day. And playing a completely different character. It was quite weird. Even having my own hair was surreal! Also, I’d never done stunts before. I worked really hard with a trainer so I could run in a scene with Tom [Cruise] without vomiting! The first thing we did was go for a jog, and I was so out of breath I nearly had a heart attack. I didn’t realize how unfit I was. Now I feel strong and I really like running. I’m even planning to run a marathon. Who would have thought that would happen?”

The Cause That Fuels Her

“When I was 18, I spent time in South Africa learning about conflict zones and civil wars. I heard about the adults living through these situations, but never the children. Today I work with an organization called War Child, and it’s the most important thing in my life. It’s the only charity that specializes in helping children affected by conflict. War Child tries to give these kids a semblance of their childhood.”

Why She Gives Back

“I was recently in a Syrian refugee camp with War Child, and I saw firsthand what they do. It’s the most important work there is. And it makes you think that we are all so lucky to have the things that we do, to choose what to do with our days, and we take that for granted. You meet people who don’t have that and it makes you think every time you wake up in the morning, I’m one of the lucky few and I have a responsibility to be aware and help others. I’m going to go to Uganda with War Child soon. I’d like to dedicate half my life to working with them if I can. Acting can be very self-focused. You’re playing a part, you’re getting your makeup done, you’re on the red carpet. I think the key to countering that is serving other people. It’s asking yourself: How can I give back today?”


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