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23 year old Jessica (represented by Troika) made her film debut in the coming-of-age drama Albatross. She played Lady Sybil Crawley in Downton Abbey, went on to star in Labyrinth, and has recently wrapped playing Rachel in Lone Sherfig's Posh. Jessica will next be seen playing the lead of Beverly Penn alongside an all-star cast in Winter's Tale for Warner Bros.
In Jamaica Inn she will star alongside Misfits and The Paradise star Matthew McNulty, who will play her love interest Jem Merlyn. They will be join by young cast member Charles Furness (represented by A&J Management) playing Thomas - newcomer Charles will soon be seen in the BBC's The Whale where he plays the lead role of Tom Nickerson.
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Daniel Radcliffe is starring as Igor with James McAvoy playing Dr. Victor Frankenstein in this revisionist version that tells Mary Shelley's classic story from Igor's perspective. Jessica Brown Findlay stars as a trapeze artist who becomes close to Igor after he saved her life. Here's what Daniel Radcliffe had to say about the story at the Toronto International Film Festival this week.
"It's about two young, brilliant guys pushing each other. Eventually one loses his morality and the other has to bring him back."
It's rarely a fair fight when a Victoria's Secret model is involved... Felicity Jones holds her own in this blue, patterned cocktail frock by design duo Proenza Schouler, but the Albatross actress is no match for Miranda Kerr. The shape of the budding Brit's version of the dress might be slightly to blame. Mrs. Orlando Bloom has on what appears to be a tighter, fit-and-flare take on the underwater-feel fashion. Felicity's style is straight, hence the failed attempt at a tighter waistline with that black skinny belt. We feel like this one goes to Miranda, but what's your say? »
She earned international acclaim for her role as Lady Sybil Branson in ‘Downton Abbey,’ but before that, Jessica was a burgeoning, naive star baring it all in her first lead role for the movie ‘Albatross.’ A decision, she admits, she wishes she never made.
Jessica Brown Findlay opened up in a new interview about going topless on camera, revealing that she regrets it and would never do it again.
The former (spoiler alert?) Downton Abbey star had her first leading role in the 2011 film, Albatross. The role required her to appear promiscuous and go topless. Looking back on the role, Jessica admits that she may have been too young to make such an impactful decision, and that she might do things differently if she got another chance.
“To be honest, Albatross was naivete and not knowing that I could say no, »
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Jessica Brown Findlay left "Downton Abbey" last year, after playing youngest Crawley daughter Lady Sybil for three seasons. She has moved on to U.K. Channel 4 series "Labyrinth," where she has been shedding her clothes on camera.
Findlay tells the Radio Times that she probably won't be doing any more nude scenes -- and that she regrets her first role, which had her going topless as well. Her first movie role was in the 2011 film "Albatross," where she played a girl who has an affair with an older man.
"To be honest, 'Albatross' was naivety and not knowing that I could say no," Findlay tells the Radio Times, about her nude scene. "I had no idea what was going to happen and thought I was going to be shot from behind."
Findlay is again shedding her clothes for "Labyrinth," but says that's probably it for her. And »
Brown Findlay, 23, appeared in the 2011 film Albatross, in which her character pulls up her shirt to buy cigarettes.
"To be honest, Albatross was naiveté and not knowing that I could say no," she tells British magazine Radio Times. "I had no idea what was going to happen and thought I was going to be shot from behind."
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The 23-year-old actress, known for her role as Lady Sybil in the PBS drama, played a character who had an affair with an older man in her first flick, 'Albatross,' in 2011.
"To be honest, 'Albatross' was naivety and not knowing that I could say no," the New York Daily News quoted her as telling the Radio Times on her nude scene.
"I had no idea what was going to happen and thought I was going to be shot from behind," she said.
In the scene, Findlay shows her. »
- Abhijeet Sen
Fans of Downton Abbey know Jessica Brown Findlay as the passionate, impulsive Lady Sybil Crawley, but as her movie resume indicates, there's more to her than meets the eye. Two years ago, in her big-screen debut -- as a teen who has an affair with an older man in the British film Albatross -- the 23-year-old actress quite literally revealed another side of herself when she went topless on camera. Speaking about the scene in a new interview with British magazine Radio Times, Findlay says she just [...] »
- Allison Takeda
When it comes to one of her early roles, Jessica Brown Findlay feels like a bit of a boob. During an interview with Radio Times, the former Downton Abbey star expressed her regret over flashing her breasts in the 2011 film Albatross. "To be honest, Albatross was naivety and not knowing that I could say no," the 23-year-old actress told the magazine. Findlay was referring to a scene in which she lifts up her shirt to prove she is old enough to buy cigarettes. "I had no idea what was going to happen and thought I was going to be shot from behind," the young starlet added. Not surprising, Findlay isn't looking for a repeat performance. "It's not »
Ahead of its cinema release this month, The Works has released a brand new trailer for Good Vibrations, the latest film from Cherrybomb directing duo Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn, which you can check it out right here.
Good Vibrations tells the real life story of Belfast music legend Terri Hooley, the man responsible for discovering The Undertones and recording Teenage Kicks, and sees Richard Dormer (Five Minutes of Heaven) leading the cast alongside Jodie Whittaker (Attack The Block, Venus), Liam Cunningham (The Guard, Clash of the Titans), Adrian Dunbar (Ashes to Ashes, Mo), Dylan Moran (Run Fatboy Run, Shaun of the Dead), Andrew Simpson (Notes on a Scandal), Mark Ryder (Albatross) and Kerr Logan (Game of Thrones).
Here's the official synopsis, followed by the new trailer below:
"Terri Hooley is a radical, rebel and music-lover in 1970s Belfast, when the bloody conflict known as the Troubles shuts down his city. »
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Felicity Jones has to be one of the most talented young actresses in British cinema at the moment.
During the last few years she’s impressed in the likes of Cemetery Junction, Hysteria and Albatross, while scoring mainstream success with Chalet Girl and being met with great critical recognition for her part in the Sundance breakout Like Crazy.
This month she can be seen in the lead role in Cheerful Weather For The Wedding (Out Now) which she stars in alongside an impressive British cast which includes Elizabeth McGovern, Luke Treadaway, Ellie Kendrick and MacKenzie Crook. We spoke to Felicity about her new film and some of the other projects she’s been working on.
You play Dolly in Cheerful Weather For The Wedding. Could you tell us a little bit about her and the situation she finds herself in?
Dolly is a young woman and we find her on »
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Review by Lani Barelona
Alas, it was written by a woman, about a young woman, and set on the Isle of Man (a place I’m going to bet not many Americans have heard of, as we are not known for our geography skills. It’s in the Irish Sea, close to the boarder of Scotland and England and is a part of the UK).
The film stars Jessica Brown Findlay of Downton Abbey fame in her first role, as Emelia Conan-Doyle. Yes, that Conan-Doyle, or so Emelia was led to believe by her deceased mother (“I come from a no parent home”,. she declares)
Seventeen year old Emelia is the »
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