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Joe Alwyn attended a premiere of Mary Queen of Scots in London last Monday (10). The actor was accompanied by the main actresses Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie and other cast members. Check out the photos and videos of the event:



Mary Queen of Scots did not miss out on the Critics’ Choice Awards. The film received two nominations in the technical categories.

Alexandra Byrne – Mary Queen of Scots
Ruth Carter – Black Panther
Julian Day – Bohemian Rhapsody
Sandy Powell – The Favourite
Sandy Powell – Mary Poppins Returns

Black Panther
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Favourite
Mary Queen of Scots


It was announced on Monday (10), the nominees for the Critics’ Choice Awards. The list is led by “The Favourite”, with 14 nominations.

Black Panther
The Favourite
First Man
Green Book
If Beale Street Could Talk
Mary Poppins Returns
A Star Is Born

Yalitza Aparicio – Roma
Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns
Glenn Close – The Wife
Toni Collette – Hereditary
Olivia Colman – The Favourite
Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born
Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Amy Adams – Vice
Claire Foy – First Man
Nicole Kidman – Boy Erased
Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk
Emma Stone – The Favourite
Rachel Weisz – The Favourite

Black Panther
Crazy Rich Asians
The Favourite

Damien Chazelle – First Man
Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born
Alfonso Cuarón – Roma
Peter Farrelly – Green Book
Yorgos Lanthimos – The Favourite
Spike Lee – BlacKkKlansman
Adam McKay – Vice

Bo Burnham – Eighth Grade
Alfonso Cuarón – Roma
Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara – The Favourite
Adam McKay – Vice
Paul Schrader – First Reformed
Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly – Green Book
Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, John Krasinski – A Quiet Place

Alfonso Cuarón – Roma
James Laxton – If Beale Street Could Talk
Matthew Libatique – A Star Is Born
Rachel Morrison – Black Panther
Robbie Ryan – The Favourite
Linus Sandgren – First Man

Hannah Beachler, Jay Hart – Black Panther
Eugenio Caballero, Barbara Enriquez – Roma
Nelson Coates, Andrew Baseman – Crazy Rich Asians
Fiona Crombie, Alice Felton – The Favourite
Nathan Crowley, Kathy Lucas – First Man
John Myhre, Gordon Sim – Mary Poppins Returns

Jay Cassidy – A Star Is Born
Hank Corwin – Vice
Tom Cross – First Man
Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough – Roma
Yorgos Mavropsaridis – The Favourite
Joe Walker – Widows

Alexandra Byrne – Mary Queen of Scots
Ruth Carter – Black Panther
Julian Day – Bohemian Rhapsody
Sandy Powell – The Favourite
Sandy Powell – Mary Poppins Returns

Black Panther
Bohemian Rhapsody
The Favourite
Mary Queen of Scots

Crazy Rich Asians
Deadpool 2
The Death of Stalin
The Favourite
Game Night
Sorry to Bother You

Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns
Olivia Colman – The Favourite
Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade
Rachel McAdams – Game Night
Charlize Theron – Tully
Constance Wu – Crazy Rich Asians


Interviews with Joe for Mary Queen of Scots press junket have begun being released. Below you can watch a playlist of the interviews released so far and keep checking back to see new ones!

Joe was interviewed during the filming of Mary Queen of Scots, check out:

During the disclosure of The Favorite several promotional videos were released by Fox Searchlight. Watch:

The Favourite received 5 nominations in the Golden Globe, in addition to recognizing the work of the three protagonists the award also indicated the film in the categories of Best motion picture, musical or comedy and Best Screenplay. Check out:

Best motion picture, musical or comedy
“Crazy Rich Asians”
“The Favourite”
“Green Book”
“Mary Poppins Returns”

Best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy
Emily Blunt, “Mary Poppins Returns”
Olivia Colman, “The Favourite”
Elsie Fisher, “Eighth Grade”
Charlize Theron, “Tully”
Constance Wu, “Crazy Rich Asians”

Best supporting actress, any motion picture
Amy Adams, “Vice”
Claire Foy, “First Man”
Regina King, “If Beale Street Could Talk”
Emma Stone, “The Favourite”
Rachel Weiss, “The Favourite”

Best screenplay, motion picture
Alfonso Cuaron, “Roma”
Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara, “The Favourite”
Barry Jenkins, “If Beale Street Could Talk”
Adam McKay, “Vice”
Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly, “Green Book”

The awards will be held in Beverly Hills on January 6. Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg will host the ceremony.

The Favourite has been one of the most talked about films of the 2018/2019 awards season. With the high buzz for the Oscars, several movie sites are putting the film on their “Best Movies of the Year” lists. Check out what various publications are saying:


Yorgos Lanthimos has come a long way since his “Dogtooth” days, and yet nothing about his naughty surrealist style has been compromised along the way. This twisted black comedy set in the British royal court of the 18th century is a riveting showcase for the holy trifecta of Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman in a lesbian love triangle as two women jockey for power and a third enjoys the show. It’s an actor’s showcase, but also a Lanthimos showcase, as he abandons the weight of historical accuracy and instead delivers a hilarious and strange window into desperate behavior that transcends the specificity of its period. Every laugh line of “The Favourite” lands with gusto, as does its inspired slapstick, but it’s carried along by a whiff of melancholy. Lanthimos seems to admire his deranged characters’ determination even as he sets them up for failure. In his ever-expanding universe, we’re all a bunch of rabbits hopping toward pointless destinations, comical and exasperated at the same time. Embodying this worldview better and with greater confidence than ever before, Lanthimos has crafted the ultimate indictment of our greedy, narcissistic times. The world may be falling apart, but Lanthimos at least allows us to recognize its demise as the punchline it deserves to be.

Yorgos Lanthimos percorreu um longo caminho desde seus dias de “Dogtooth”, e no entanto nada sobre seu estilo surrealista e perverso foi comprometido ao longo do caminho. Esta comédia de humor negro definida na corte real britânica do século 18 é uma vitrine fascinante para o trifecta de Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz e Olivia Colman em um triângulo amoroso lésbico, enquanto duas mulheres competem pelo poder e uma terceira gosta do show. É um show de atores, mas também um show de lanthimos, quando ele abandona o peso da precisão histórica e, ao invés disso, apresenta uma janela hilariante e estranha para um comportamento desesperado que transcende a especificidade de seu tempo. Todas as linhas de riso de “The Favourite” chegam com entusiasmo, assim como o pastelão que é inspirado, mas é levado por um sopro de melancolia. Lanthimos parece admirar a determinação de seus personagens perturbados enquanto os prepara para o fracasso. Em seu universo em constante expansão, somos todos um bando de coelhos pulando em direção a destinos sem sentido, cômicos e exasperados ao mesmo tempo. Incorporando melhor essa visão de mundo e com mais confiança do que nunca, Lanthimos elaborou a acusação máxima de nossos tempos gananciosos e narcisistas. O mundo pode estar desmoronando, mas lanthimos pelo menos nos permite reconhecer a sua morte como a marca que merece ser.


Parlor games have never been this fun. The NSFW power struggle that unfurls in the bowels of Queen Anne’s castle is equal parts farce and tragedy — a Yorgos Lanthimos movie, in other words. With volcanic performances from Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Nicholas Hoult, “The Favourite” satisfies our collective itch for a lesbian “All About Eve” set amid an early-1700s English court. Every word is a tart-tongued barb, and every corset merely a cover-up for the dangerous liaisons that go unmentioned in history textbooks. Of course, time will tick on, and those who hunger for aristocracy may still find themselves lacking when they achieve it. In 2018, there wasn’t anything as delicious, provocative and profound as this.

Jogos de salão nunca foram tão divertidos. A luta pelo poder da NSFW que se desenrola nas entranhas do castelo da Rainha Anne é uma farsa e tragédia em partes iguais – em outras palavras, um filme do Yorgos Lanthimos. Com performances vulcânicas de Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz e Nicholas Hoult, “The Favourite” satisfaz nossa coceira coletiva por uma lésbica “All About Eve” ambientada em uma corte inglesa do início do século XVIII. Cada palavra é uma farpa de língua afiada, e cada espartilho é apenas um encobrimento das ligações perigosas que não são mencionadas nos livros de história. É claro que o tempo vai passar e os que têm fome de aristocracia ainda podem se sentir em falta quando o alcançam. Em 2018, não havia nada tão delicioso, provocativo e profundo como isto.

The New York Times

The twisty mischief of the plot — court intrigue in the palace of Queen Anne overlaid with sexual treachery among the her courtiers — is crisply handled, but what lands this movie on the list are its many moments of scenic and thespian audacity. Emma Stone makes rape jokes. Rachel Weisz dispatches pigeons with a front-loaded rifle. Olivia Colman complains of gout. There are bunnies, duck races and a human menagerie of fops, fools and femmes fatales. The moral is that power corrupts, and corruption is fun.

A confusão sinistra do enredo – intrigas na corte da Rainha Anne, revestidas de traição sexual entre os cortesões – é tratada com clareza, mas o que leva esse filme à lista são seus muitos momentos de audácia cênica e teatral. Emma Stone faz piadas de estupro. Rachel Weisz mata pombos com um rifle. Olivia Colman reclama de gota. Há coelhos, corridas de patos e um zoológico humano de foles, tolos e mulheres fatais. A moral é que o poder corrompe e a corrupção é divertida.


Prepare to See Joe Alwyn in, Well, Everything

The British actor appeared in four films this year—including Oscar hopefuls The Favourite and Mary, Queen of Scots. And he’s only just getting started.

In 2017, British actor Joe Alwyn shot four films across three continents in less than twelve months, and the resulting projects, all of which hit theatres in the latter half of this year, reveal his impressive range in a series of small but critical roles. First came Operation Finale, about the hunt for Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley), with Alwyn as Eichmann’s son. Then there was Boy Erased, a film about gay-conversion therapy, in which Alwyn, alongside a cast including Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, and Lucas Hedges, played a closeted predator. The Favourite soon followed, a riotous period piece with Alwyn, as a besotted courtier, revealing a knack for physical comedy opposite Emma Stone.

this month, the twenty-seven-year-old appears in a very different kind of period film, Mary Queen of Scots (December 7). Directed by Josie Rourke, it tells the true story of two young queens who are cousins and rivals for the English crown, with a fierce and brilliant Saoirse Ronan in the role of Mary and Margot Robbie as a powerful yet vulnerable Elizabeth I. Alwyn plays Robert Dudley, Elizabeth’s right hand. “He isn’t driven by politics and ambition and power in the same way as the other male characters,” says Alwyn. “The others try to circle the women and use them for their own advantage. That’s not to say that my character is incapable of doing that, but he has higher priorities or higher feelings—his love and loyalty to Elizabeth.”

Alwyn’s big break came in a shot-out-of-a-cannon moment when Ang Lee cast him, at age twenty-four and fresh out of school, as the lead in the highly anticipated wartime drama Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. The film stumbled at the box office, but Alwyn remains grateful: “It’s still the most amazing experience I’ve ever had.” Landing a starring role so soon could’ve turned his head, but the young actor stayed focused on his work and re-grouped by taking a number of smaller parts. “Since that film, I’ve tried to make a conscious effort to find projects where, if there were supporting roles where I could learn and be surrounded by a great cast of actors and filmmakers and crew, then that was what I wanted to do.”

That approach led Alwyn to not only create a diverse resume, but also to work with a diverse group of directors. He’s currently shooting Harriet, about abolitionist Harriet Tubman, directed by Kasi Lemmons (Eve’s Bayou). Throughout, Alwyn has retained an apprentice-like humility. “I still find it’s a strange readjustment when you go back to set,” he says. “To do your work in a way where you don’t feel anxious and completely consumed by anxiety, it takes experience and practice.”

Prepare-se para ver Joe Alwyn, bem, em tudo

O ator britânico apareceu em quatro filmes este ano – incluindo os esperançosos para o Oscar, The Favourite e Mary, Queen of Scots. E ele está apenas começando.

Em 2017, o ator britânico Joe Alwyn filmou quatro filmes em três continentes em menos de doze meses, e os projetos resultantes, que chegaram aos cinemas no segundo semestre deste ano, revelam seu impressionante alcance em uma série de papéis pequenos, porém exigentes. Primeiro veio Operação Final, sobre a caçada ao oficial nazista Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley), com Alwyn como filho de Eichmann. Depois, houve Boy Erased, um filme sobre a terapia de conversão gay, no qual Alwyn, ao lado de um elenco que incluía Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe e Lucas Hedges, interpretou um estuprador. A Favorita veio logo em seguida, um filme de época turbulento com Alwyn, como um cortesão indecente, revelando um talento para comédia contracenando com Emma Stone.

Neste mês, o jovem de 27 anos aparece em um filme de época muito diferente, Mary Queen of Scots (7 de dezembro). Dirigido por Josie Rourke, conta a história real de duas jovens rainhas que são primas e rivais da coroa inglesa, com uma feroz e brilhante Saoirse Ronan no papel de Mary e Margot Robbie como uma poderosa e vulnerável Elizabeth I. Alwyn interpreta Robert Dudley, o braço direito de Elizabeth. “Ele não é movido pela política, ambição e poder da mesma forma que os outros personagens masculinos”, diz Alwyn. “Os outros tentam circular as mulheres e usá-las para sua própria vantagem. Isso não quer dizer que meu personagem é incapaz de fazer isso, mas ele tem prioridades mais altas ou sentimentos mais altos – seu amor e lealdade a Elizabeth.

A grande oportunidade de Alwyn veio em um momento de arremesso de canhão, quando Ang Lee o escalou, aos 24 anos e recém-saído da escola, como o protagonista do muito esperado drama de guerra Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. O filme fracassou nas bilheterias, mas Alwyn continua agradecido: “Ainda é a experiência mais incrível que já tive.” Conseguir um papel de protagonista tão cedo poderia ter virado sua cabeça, mas o jovem ator permaneceu focado em seu trabalho e conseguiu vários papéis coadjuvantes. “Desde o filme, eu tentei fazer um esforço consciente para encontrar projetos onde, se houvesse papéis de apoio onde eu pudesse aprender e estar cercado por um grande elenco de atores, diretores e equipe, então era isso que eu queria fazer.

Essa abordagem levou a Alwyn a não apenas criar um currículo diversificado, mas também a trabalhar com um grupo diversificado de diretores. Atualmente, ele está filmando Harriet, sobre a abolicionista Harriet Tubman, dirigida por Kasi Lemmons (Eve’s Bayou). Todo o tempo, Alwyn manteve uma humildade de aprendiz. “Eu ainda acho que é uma readaptação estranha quando você volta para o set”, diz ele. “Para fazer o seu trabalho de uma forma que não se sinta completamente consumido pela ansiedade, é preciso experiência e prática”.


Fonte | Tradução e Adaptação – Equipe Joe Alwyn Online

Joe Alwyn participated for the first time in an American TV show. The actor was to release his newest work, the movie Mary Queen of Scots in Live with Kelly and Ryan. Watch the interview and check out Joe’s photo with the presenters in our gallery:


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