Keira made an appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart earlier this week to promote the upcoming US release of “Begin Again“. We have added the HD screencaptures in our gallery and you can watch Keira’s segment below.
Keira is gracing Glamour’s (USA) July 2014 cover to promote “Begin Again” and we have added the digital scans and the photoshoot in our gallery. The magazine is on newsstands now so be sure to pick up your own copy!
On choosing a romantic comedy: “[W]ith a feel-good film you are always risking going way too cheesy….But maybe I can have a little holiday where I’m not playing a character who is being destroyed.”
On getting married: “[W]hen James proposed, I just thought, Well, never done that before. It seemed like a fun thing to do.”
On her Begin Again co-star Adam Levine: “He did play a d-ckhead very well. Actually, I admire him being so willing. To play a d-ckhead is quite a big thing when you are trying to break into film and you want to be likable.”
On her early years: “There are those who manage that time of their lives really well—doing a lot of partying and making a lot of mistakes and thinking the world is only there for you, but I was way too introverted, and there was always this sh-tload of photographers, who made it worse. When I hit 25, for some reason I didn’t care anymore—I allowed myself to chill out. Since then, everything’s been amazing.”
Keira is gracing Elle UK’s July 2014 cover. The magazine is currently on newsstands and we added the digital scans, photoshoots and behind the scenes photos and screencaptures of the behind the scenes video diary in our gallery.
On telling her future daughter to skip acting: “I’d absolutely tell her not to. I would 150 million trillion per cent be totally discouraging of [her] doing anything like that. I think you need to be, actually, because if the kid is going to do that then they have to do it on their own. And I would say teenage years should be done privately. You should be going out and getting unbelievably drunk, getting into ridiculous situations, making mistakes. That’s what that time of life is about and we should do that privately, one million trillion zillion per cent. Saying that, I don’t regret it – I wouldn’t do my life any differently, but having lived through it…There was a very long time when [interviewers] were all: ‘Well you’re a sh*t actress and you’re anorexic and people hate you’ which, for a teenager or somebody in their early 20s, is a very strange thing.”
On her secret wedding dress: “I wore it for the ceremony we had just for our friends, in a wood, because you have to have flowers on a dress in a wood.”
On first meeting Karl Lagerfeld: “I didn’t know I was meeting him, and I was so jet-lagged I didn’t know what was going on. I was in jeans and had acne – you know the kind where nothing is going to cover it – so I put a hat on. I remember somebody making a [negative] comment about it and I just thought [whispers] ‘I’m wearing a hat because I’ve got acne.’”
The cast of “Laggies” discuss working with writer/director Lynn Shelton at the Variety Studio in Park City, UT. Chloe Grace Moretz also tells about growing up watch “Pride & Prejudice” and how much she loved working with Keira Knightley.
Keira is cover of February issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, to promote her new film ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit‘ and she talks to Sophie Elmhirst about feminism, film and why she will never join Twitter.
“I think it’s great that the discussions are finally being allowed to be had [about feminism], as opposed to anybody mentioning feminism and everybody going, ‘Oh, f***ing shut up,’” says Keira Knightly, 28, in her cover interview with Harper’s Bazaar for the February Issue. “Somehow, it [feminism] became a dirty word. I thought it was really weird for a long time, and I think it’s great that we’re coming out of that.
Keira is on the cover of the October edition of Vogue. She looks amazing in a beautiful new photoshoot shot by Mario Testino. Read the full article below, a preview of the cover and some outtakes have been added to the gallery.
A dramatic heroine in haute couture and in costume as Anna Karenina, Keira Knightley talks about her upcoming marriage—and playing the role of a lifetime.
Keira Knightley is drinking herbal tea in a downtown New York apartment so meagerly furnished that a dance troupe could polka through it without missing a step. Bare walls, bright-orange sofa, a single, corporate-looking armchair: Even for a short-term rental it is ridiculously spartan. Most actresses would have been on to their agents in five minutes. Not Keira. In town to film Can a Song Save Your Life?, alongside Adam Levine and Mark Ruffalo, she appears full to bursting with an undisguised joy that fills the otherwise empty room.
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