Another trailer release for you all. The trailer for Posh, now titled The Riot Club, has been released. You can watch it below.
The very emotional trailer for Lullaby has been released. Watch it below and feel free to leave your comments.
Jessica is in the newest issue of Vogue magazine. you can view a preview and video of the photoshoot at the website here. Screen captures have been added to the gallery.
On a rainy day in East London we caught up with Jessica Brown Findlay on her shoot with photographer Boo George. In keeping with the dramatic weather, Jessica was clothed in a series of dramatic dresses, from Oscar de la Renta to Vivienne Westwood, that anyone with less arresting features and glowing skin would struggle to pull off.
Watch the English beauty of Downton Abbey fame here as she welcomes us to her first British Vogue shoot.
The Telegraph have a very in-depth and detailed interview with Jessica to help promote Jamaica Inn.
Due to heavy traffic, Jessica Brown Findlay has abandoned her car somewhere between her east London home and the BBC’s new media centre near Oxford Street. She has had to squeeze onto a packed Tube and arrives at our interview rather late. She apologises (sincerely) and slips herself beside me onto a scratchy sofa that fills one side of an airless green room three levels below ground.
Aside from her good manners, the other striking thing about Brown Findlay is her size. On screen, we are used to seeing her play rather proud characters that walk tall. There was the defiant Lady Sybil in Downton Abbey who flouted the conventions of her background only to meet a tragic end; Alaïs, the medieval herbalist in search of the holy grail in a critically mauled adaptation of Kate Mosse’s sprawling Labyrinth; and now she’s starring as the tomboyish Mary Yellan in a new version of Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn, striding purposefully into manifest perils against the backdrop of Cornwall’s soupy-grey skies and jagged cliffs.
So it’s strange to find this tiny, doll-like figure sitting next to me. The smallness is accentuated by the 24-year-old’s girlish summer dress (rather daring for early April) and canvas pumps. Her pale blue eyes are partly obscured by a heavy fringe, and her mouth frequently manoeuvres itself into a pout but then elongates when she finds something amusing. Read full story »
Promotional pictures and stills from Jamaica Inn have been added to the gallery, thanks to Far Far Away.
High-quality additions from the Winter’s Tale UK Premiere have been added to the gallery, courtesy of Mariana.
Jessica and her Winter’s Tale co-stars looked amazing at the movie’s premiere in the UK today. HQ pictures from the awesome Mariana have been added to the gallery.
ARC Entertainment has picked up all North American rights to the drama from first-time writer-director Andrew Levitas. Garrett Hedlund leads an ensemble cast that includes Richard Jenkins, Amy Adams, Jennifer Hudson, Terrence Howard, Jessica Brown Findlay and ARC EntertainmentJessica Barden. Lullaby centers on Jonathan (Hedlund), who learns that his estranged father (Jenkins) has decided to take himself off life support in 48 hours. The news leads to an unexpected and powerful journey. Cary Brokaw and Andrea Stone-Brokaw produced the film, with Aaron L. Gilbert as executive producer. Radiant Films is selling foreign rights to Lullaby, which is co-financed by Media House Capital and Three Point Capital.
Sorry for the hiatus, everybody. As you probably know, A Winter’s Tale will be released this month and Jessica has been promoting the film—which looks amazing. Screen captures from two official interviews have been added to the gallery. Footage from these interviews have been used for featurettes and other promotional material. You can watch them below.
Jessica was snapped on the set of Jamaica Inn this week.
These exclusive pictures show Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay as she films a BBC drama at Holywell Bay near Newquay.
Brown Findlay, who played Lady Sybil in the ITV costume drama, is to star in a BBC adaptation of Jamaica Inn – penned by Fowey’s legendary author Daphne du Maurier.
The actress, who is cast as Mary Yellan, the main character in the 1936 novel, can be seen on the north Cornwall beach with her fellow cast members and crew as they film scenes for the three part 60 minute drama, which is set to hit ours screens next year.
It is being directed by BAFTA-winning Philippa Lowthorpe, whose previous hit shows include Call The Midwife and Five Daughters, and other scenes are set to shot on Bodmin Moor in the coming days.
More exciting casting news today. Jessica will star in the three-part historical series, Jamaica Inn.
Brown Findlay, who played Lady Sybil in the ITV costume drama, has been cast as Mary Yellan, the main character in the 1936 novel.
Set in 1820 against the backdrop of the windswept Cornish moors, the story follows Mary’s journey when she is forced to live with an aunt at the eponymous inn after the death of her mother and discovers it to be the hub of a smuggling ring.
After leaving Downton Abbey last year when her character died in childbirth, Brown Findlay admitted she had been afraid of becoming “too comfortable in the role”.
She said she had not wanted to play Lady Sybil for years and then “discover it was the only thing I could do.”
Since leaving the show, she has also appeared in Labyrinth, the glossy Ridley Scott-produced adaptation of Kate Mosse’s international best-seller.
Filming of Jamaica Inn begins this week on location in Cornwall, Yorkshire and Cumbria.
Philippa Lowthorpe, the director, said: “I love Jamaica Inn because it is an exhilarating adventure story set in a wild landscape with brilliant characters, and at its heart is Mary Yellan, a fantastic female heroine.
“I am delighted that Jessica Brown Findlay is going to play this bold and opinionated, courageous but naive young woman, whose curiosity and fiery nature get her into big trouble.”
According to Up and Comers, Jessica plays the role of Rachel in Posh, which has recently wrapped filming.
Lone Scherfig’s big screen adaptation of 2010 controversial play “Posh” has wrapped up filming, but we’ve confirmed some final bits of casting thanks to a tip from U&C reader Elle: “Downton Abbey” star Jessica Brown-Findlay and fellow British up and comers Olly Alexander, Sam Reid and Matthew Beard as well as “The Book Thief” star Ben Schnetzer are also part of the ensemble cast that includes Max Irons, Freddie Fox, Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger and Natalie Dormer.
This mostly young, white and male cast play members of The Riot Club, a fictional version of The Bullingdon Club, an exclusive society at Oxford University to which such prominent British figures as Prime Minister David Cameron belonged. The entire play is set over the course of one evening when the ten members of the club have their termly dinner, while the film will be seen through the eyes of two first year students, Miles and Alistair. It’s unclear which of the actors played the two leads, though Brown-Findlay has the role of Rachel, which should be the female lead of a waitress who gets caught in the boys’ struggle.
After checking the gallery, it appears we missed this Vanity Fair video from 2012. Jessica discusses Downton Abbey season three and her beginnings in ballet. Screen captures are in the gallery. Please excuse how unorganized the gallery looks at the moment. I am in the process of adding missing pictures and resizing thumbnails. Thank you for understanding.
After leaving “Downton Abbey,” Jessica Brown Findlay is going back in time once again, as she is set to join the cast of Fox’s “Frankenstein.”
James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe also star with Paul McGuigan directing. Max Landis penned the script.
Plot details are unknown at this time.
John Davis is producing through his Davis Entertainment banner.
The part marks another big win after several actresses, including Felicity Jones, were considered. Upon departing the BBC drama, Findlay was the choice after months of tests for Akiva Goldsman’s “Winter’s Tale.” Prior to landing the part in “Frankenstein,” she was also in consideration for the female lead in the next installment of “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
Radio 4 is to air a drama called Mind Hackers starring former Downton Abbey favourite Jessica Brown-Findlay, RadioTimes.com can reveal.
The drama, written by Lou Stein, features Brown-Findlay as an “ambitious media lawyer Hayley Schaffer” who suspects that a daily newspaper is illegally obtaining information about one of her clients.
Anthony Head also stars as Hayley’s “former lover and mentor, newspaper lawyer Paul Madsen.”
Another character is publicity agent represented by Hayley played by actor/comedian Owen Brenman and is thought to be loosely based on Max Clifford.
“He is the wizard behind the gamesmanship of lawyers, newspaper hacks, and celebrity clients” according to Radio 4.
Olivier-Award winning actress Marcia Warren also stars as Hayley’s dry-humoured grandmother in the drama which airs on Friday June 24.