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!.
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  • 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
  • Coco Mademoiselle Teaser Released

    A teaser for Keira’s new Coco Mademoiselle advert has hit the web! Keira looks stunning, I can’t wait for the main feature!

    Keira Knightley Added to Syfy’s Miniseries ‘Neverland’

    Keira Knightley would make her first U.S. television debut in “Neverland”, a four-hour miniseries which is due to air on SyFy in December. However, she won’t appear in real-life size for only her voice will fill the character Tinker Bell. Deadline said she would record her role this spring.

    “Neverland” is a prequel of Peter Pan’s adventure wrapped as a live-action project. It stars Rhys Ifans as Jimmy Hook, mentor of Peter and other young pickpockets who would like to snatch a magical orb which transports them to another world – Neverland. Filled with white jungles and imposing cities formed out of trees created by Dr. Fludd and inhabited by a colony of tree spirits led by Tinker Bell, this mysterious realm welcomes unknown friends and enemies snatched from time.

    Charlie Rowe takes the role of Peter, supported by Anna Friel as power-mad Elizabeth Bonny, and Raoul Trujillo as Holy Man.


    New Coco Mademoiselle Images

    The latest shots of Keira for the have now been added to the gallery. It seems that more shots are surfacing all the time so stay tuned for more!

    New “Last Night” Trailer & Distrbutor

    The romantic drama Last Night, written and directed by Massy Tadjedin, has been picked up by Tribeca Film and Miramax for distribution. Tribeca will do the VOD/digital release, along with a limited theatrical run this spring. Miramax is in charge of handling home video distribution, selling for television and long-term digital rights. [THR]

    The film follows a couple (Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley) who spend a night apart, the husband on a business trip with a colleague (Eva Mendes), which creates sexual tension. This is magnified when the wife encounters an old love (Guillaume Canet). Tribeca Enterprises’ chief creative officer Geoffrey Gilmore was quoted as saying the following:

    Last Night is an absorbing and provocative story about relationships, past and present, temptation and fidelity. Beautifully realized by director Massy Tadjedin, the film is a fresh and compelling take on the age old issues of love and commitment. It is carried by the exemplary performances of the entire cast, making it a resonant and vastly entertaining experience.”


    New ‘Last Night’ Images

    I’ve added 5 gorgeous new production stills from Keira’s upcoming role in ‘Last Night’ and a behind the scenes photo with director Massy Tadjedin. All are available in hi-resolution for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

    ‘The Children’s Hour’ Production Photos

    I’ve added some wonderful photos of Keira on stage for her role as Karen Wright in The Children’s Hour. I would really love to have the chance to see this but if any of you are lucky enough to get that chance, be sure to let us know what your thoughts on the production and Keira’s performance. Enjoy the photos!

    Keira “Wins Her Theatrical Spurs”

    When the film star made her West End stage debut in an updated version of Molière’s The Misanthrope in 2009, she got through it with her dignity intact, but often seemed strained and nervous, as well as alarmingly thin. She certainly didn’t strike me as a natural stage actress, and I assumed she would stick to the movies where she has enjoyed such conspicuous success. But here she is, back again at the Comedy Theatre, and giving a performance in Lillian Hellman’s sometime creaky old melodrama, The Children’s Hour, which displays confidence throughout before rising in the final act to dramatic heights that are shattering in their intensity and deeply affecting. But the whole of Ian Rickson’s atmospheric, slow-burning and ultimately enthralling production proves far more compelling that I expected. Though no masterpiece, The Children’s Hour has sturdy dramatic strengths, and one suspects that Arthur Miller must have learnt from it when writing The Crucible. Like that play, it concerns hysteria among teenage girls, and a malign leader among them who brings catastrophe down on the heads of adults. But witchcraft isn’t the charge brought against innocent characters here, but lesbianism, making the play exceptionally daring for the 1930s. Indeed, although The Children’s Hour enjoyed big success in New York, it was banned from the British stage until as late as 1960.

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