Welcome to Keira Knightley Fan, an up-to-date and in-depth fan resource for the talented actress. Serving fans since 2004, we are now the longest running fansite dedicated to Keira. Nominated for two Academy Awards, Keira is recogised worldwide for her memorable big screen roles that include 'Pride & Prejudice', 'Atonement', 'The Imitation Game' and Disney's 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise. Our aim is to bring you all the latest news, articles, and photos relating to Keira's career, and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. Thank you for visiting!.
 
latest posts
  • Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace
  • In ‘Colette’, Keira Knightley Finds The “Utterly Inspiring” Female Character She’s Been Looking For
  • 'The Aftermath' UK Trailer and Poster
  • Greg Kinnear & Lesley Manville To Play Bob & Dolores Hope In Keira Knightley Miss World Movie
  • schedule
  • November 22, 2018 'Berlin, I Love You' German Theatrical Release
  • December 11, 2018 'Colette' US Blu-ray Release
  • January 11, 2019 'Colette' UK Theatrical Release
  • March 1, 2019 'The Aftermath' UK Theatrical Release
  • ELLE’s Women in Hollywood Issue

    More Keira coverage! She is featured as one of the cover stars for ELLE’s annual Women in Hollywood issue. Other honorees include Lady Gaga, Charlize Theron, Yara Shahidi, Shonda Rhimes and Sarah Paulson. Along with a beautiful series of black and white photos of Keira, there’s also a short accompanying interview for the feature, which you can read here.

    Appearing on ‘Amanpour’

    I’ve added two new photos of Keira appearing on Amanpour, hosted by Christiane Amanpour. There’s several clips online from the interview, where Keira discusses mental health struggles in her early 20s and her recent essay on motherhood. Hopefully I’ll be able to share the full video with you soon.

    Popcorn with Peter Travers

    If you haven’t already (it was just uploaded yesterday, so if not, don’t feel bad!), please do check out this wonderful new interview with Keira on Popcorn with Peter Travers. I’ll put screen captures up soon, but for now, enjoy the video.

    Opening Season Paris Opera Ballet Gala

    I’ve uploaded some lovely photos of Keira alongside husband James Righton at the Opening Season Paris Opera Ballet Gala last night (Sep 27) to the gallery. She was also photographed with Marion Cotillard (can we see them in a movie together, please?). Hopefully more photos will follow soon, but for now, enjoy.

    ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ – Crafting the Realms Featurette

    New ‘Colette’ Trailer and Photo Additions

    The latest trailer for Colette was released yesterday, screen captures from which have been uploaded to the gallery. In addition, you will also find some new photos from the film have also been added. Enjoy!


    Keira Knightley looks to ‘Colette’ for courage in the battle against her own self-doubt

    LOS ANGELES TIMES – At first, Keira Knightley thought everything was going to be fine.

    Her pregnancy had been delightful, so she’d give birth to her first child and then continue working at her normal pace. A Broadway show and two films in a year? Try her.

    But after Knightley had her daughter, Edie, things didn’t go according to plan. She was hormonal, for one. And tired. Because Edie never seemed to sleep.

    Still, she intended to keep her obligations. She performed eight times a week in a stage production of “Thérèse Raquin” and then filmed a supporting role in the drama “Collateral Beauty.”

    But in the summer of 2016, staring down the lead role in the period drama “Colette,” Knightley decided she needed a break.

    “I was like, ‘I can’t. I literally can’t,’ ” the actress said. “I am so tired. I am so hormonal. I can’t deal with this big character right now. So they very sweetly said, ‘We’ll put it off for a year.’ ”

    Director Wash Westmoreland wasn’t exactly thrilled to push the start date on “Colette” — “no one welcomes that news,” he said — but with the well-reviewed film set to open in theaters Friday, that delay ended up being “the best thing that ever happened.”

    The filmmaker was able to spend the year finessing the script about the renowned French novelist, who initially wrote under her husband’s name until her work became so successful in the early 1900s that she fought for recognition.

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