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Feb 03,2017

Gallery Update: Scans Update & SAG Awards Additions

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GALLERY LINKS:
23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2017 > MMM Magazine – February 2017
Public Events > Events in 2017 > 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (Screencaptures)
Interviews/News Segments > E! | 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (Screencaptures)
Public Events > Events in 2017 > 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Weinstein Company & Netflix After Party
Photoshoots > 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2017)
Movies & Television > Breathe (2017) > Posters & Covers



Jan 31,2017

Gallery Update: Entertainment Weekly SAG Awards Nominee Celebration & SAG Awards Additions

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Entertainment Weekly Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominee Celebration
23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards



Jan 31,2017

Claire Foy keeps awards in the toilet

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Claire Foy and Matt Smith are the new TV royalty thanks to their Netflix series The Crown. The drama, which netted Foy a Golden Globe and the show took one home for Best Drama as well, follows a newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II. Foy plays Queen Elizabeth and Smith, who is best known for Doctor Who, plays her husband Prince Philip.

So, where’s that Globe?

“In my toilet, not actually in my toilet but in my downstairs toilet,” Foy told Giuliana Rancic at the 2017 SAG Awards. She’s referring to her bathroom.

“I think it’s quite a good spot for it actually,” Smith said.

“You can’t put it anywhere noticeable,” Foy said.

“It would be crass,” Smith concurred.

“It’s so heavy,” Foy said. “It’s a real weapon.”

The cast, which also includes John Lithgow in season one, went right to work on season two, so Smith and Foy said they didn’t realize it had been a hit until people came up to them and praised their series at the Golden Globes.

“It was like ‘Whoa,'” Foy said.

But who’s been the biggest fan they’ve heard from? Aside from “lots of really cool young directors and writers have watched it and liked it,” Foy said, it has to be Elton John. “We like Elton,” Smith said.

“We love Elton,” Foy said.

Foy, Lithgow and the ensemble cast were all up for Actors at the 2017 SAG Awards.

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Jan 31,2017

John Lithgow & Claire Foy Talk SAG Awards 2017 Win

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Jan 29,2017

Claire Foy & Matt Smith – SAG Awards Red Carpet Video Interviews

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Jan 29,2017

Claire Foy (“The Crown”) wins female actor in a drama series at the SAG Awards!!!

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The Crown‘s Claire Foy won the SAG award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series on Sunday night.

Foy beat out Stranger Things‘ Millie Bobby Brown and Winona Ryder, Westworld‘s Thandie Newton and House of Cards‘ Robin Wright.

During her speech, Foy said, “Thank you everyone who has made the show ever.”

She then turned her focus to The Crown‘s large cast of more than 250 actors, noting “this is a night for actors.”

In particular, she singled out the actor who plays Prince Philip to her Queen Elizabeth, Matt Smith. Foy said he was not only a “really spontaneous, exciting and incredibly talented actor” but also her “friend.”

“Thank you for making this job a joy and for making me laugh,” she added. “I love you.”

Earlier in the evening, Foy’s co-star John Lithgow won best actor in a drama series for his portrayal of Winston Churchill. Her award comes just a few weeks after she won a similar prize at the Golden Globes.

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All hail The Crown, again.

Claire Foy just took home the SAG award for best female actor in a TV drama for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix series The Crown, and she was still so overcome from one of her costars winning that she could barely get through her own speech.

“I haven’t recovered from John winning so I’m really emotional and a bit shaky,” she said as she began her acceptance speech, referring to John Lithgow’s best male actor in a TV drama win for his portrayal of Winston Churchill.

“Thank you everyone, whoever has made the show ever, but this is a night for actors, so I want to talk about actors, because I love them, and I’m very very honored to be one. There’s over 250 actors in the show, all of whom are cast by Nina Gold and Robert Stern, who can I just say, really support and encourage and champion the actors that they cast, and we all need a champion, so thank you very much.”

She gave shout outs to Lithgow and castmates Victoria Hamilton and Vanessa Kirby, along with Jared Harris, but there was one costar she needed to single out.

“But one actor in particular I’m going to really embarrass: Matt Smith,” she said to much applause. You’re not only a really spontaneous, exciting, incredibly talented actor, but you’re also my friend, Matt. And thank you for making this job a joy, and for making me laugh. I love you very much.”

Foy is also nominated, along with the rest of The Crown‘s cast, for best acting ensemble in a TV drama. She also took home the Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama earlier this year.

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Jan 11,2017

Gallery Update: 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards Additions & More

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GALLERY LINKS:
W Magazine Celebrates: The ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio And The Golden Globes
17th Annual AFI Awards
The BAFTA Tea Party
74th Annual Golden Globe Awards
74th Annual Golden Globe Awards Portraits
Weinstein Company & Netflix Golden Globes After Party
18th Annual Warner Bros. & InStyle Golden Globes After Party
Jimmy Fallon Golden Globe Awards After Party



Jan 10,2017

The Crown: Claire Foy Reveals the Secret to Being Queen Elizabeth

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Plus, John Lithgow’s recipe to make the perfect Winston Churchill. (Hint: it involves a fat suit, and “lots of liquor.”)

by Paul Chi

Claire Foy had “no idea” what to expect during awards season.

“My work is usually not nominated for anything, so it’s been a complete whirlwind,” Foy, a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominee for her work in The Crown, told Vanity Fair at the BAFTA Awards Season Tea Party in Beverly Hills on Saturday afternoon. “I’m still shooting the second season of the series, and that feels very regular—but all of this is out of the ordinary for me. I just hope I am not breaking any rules I do not know about. Oh God, please tell me if I do!”

The candid star, who plays a young Elizabeth II on the series, will soon be a pro at navigating the endless red carpet events that dominate the early months of the year. Her performance in The Crown received effusive praise from critics impressed at the way she captures both the human and the regal sides of the young monarch. To honestly play the Queen, Foy said it was important to understand her as a private woman.

“I do think she’s like everybody else, but she’s not able to express emotions in the same ways as we do,” explained Foy. “Her duty and her job means she’s not able to be open about her feelings in the way that we all can with our family and with our marriages. Her family was the most important thing to her, and all of a sudden she had to sacrifice them to her job. Once I understood this, she was no longer a disembodied figure and a real person that I could portray her truthfully on the screen.”

Foy’s costar John Lithgow is also nominated for a Golden Globe; he may very well take to the stage on Sunday evening to pick up the best supporting actor award for his turn as Prime Minister Winston Churchill. To transform into the famous government official, the two-time Oscar nominee used a special trick to make his 6’4” frame appear smaller. (Churchill was only 5’6”.)

“I wore a fat suit, and that did the whole job for me,” Lithgow told Vanity Fair at the BAFTA Tea Party’s red carpet. “It made me hunch over a little, and it completely changed the way I moved.”

Lithgow also worked with makeup artist Ivana Primorac to reshape his face, making it look more like Churchill’s. Lithgow wore plumpers stuck inside his teeth to get jowls that resembled the prime minister’s own.

“I had these little blobs designed by Chris Lyons, who also created Meryl Streep’s Margaret Thatcher teeth [for The Iron Lady], and I had cotton jammed up my nose. That was my idea—to give me his nasal voice,” Lithgow said. “You do all those mechanical things, and it immediately transformed me. I felt like I wasn’t John anymore, and much closer to Winston than I was before.”

To nail the character, Lithgow read Churchill’s biography and studied as many video and audio clips as he could find.

“Churchill had so many qualities. He was tremendously temperamental, but he was also sentimental and morose. He was very funny and witty, but had a deeply depressive side,” said Lithgow. “You take all those qualities, and you stir in lots and lots of liquor and cigar smoke, and you get Churchill.”

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Jan 08,2017

Claire Foy & Peter Morgan Golden Globe Acceptance Speeches

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“Oh my God, I’m having an out-of-body experience,” Foy said upon reaching the stage. “When you play a real-life person, it’s tricky, and you rely very much on the people around you, so I’m going to dedicate this all the people around me. … Big shout-out to John Lithgow and Matt Smith, I wish you were here.”



Jan 08,2017

Gallery Update: 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards

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74th Annual Golden Globe Awards



Jan 08,2017

74th Annual Golden Globe Awards Winners!

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A huge congratulations to both Claire and The Crown on their wins!



Jan 08,2017

Golden Globes: Claire Foy Wins Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Drama

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The 74th annual awards show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday.

The Crown‘s Claire Foy took home the Golden Globe for best performance by an actress in TV series, drama on Sunday night.

The actress beat out Caitriona Balfe in Outlander, Keri Russell in The Americans, Winona Ryder in Stranger Things and Evan Rachel Wood in Westworld.

Foy won the award for her portrayal of a young Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix’s historical drama. The show went on to win the Golden Globe for best TV drama.

“I think the world could do with a few more women at the center of it,” the actress remarked upon receiving her award.

Jimmy Fallon hosted the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 8.

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Jan 08,2017

Claire Foy arrives at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards

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Jan 07,2017

Gallery Update: 17th Annual AFI Awards + The BAFTA Tea Party

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GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events > Events in 2017 > 17th Annual AFI Awards
– Public Events > Events in 2017 > The BAFTA Tea Party



Jan 07,2017

2017 Event & Interview Additions

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GALLERY LINKS:
– Public Events > Events in 2017 > Arriving at Jimmy Kimmel Live!
– Public Events > Events in 2017 > W Magazine Celebrates: The ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio And The Golden Globes
– Public Events > Events in 2017 > 17th Annual AFI Awards
– Interviews/News Segments > Jimmy Kimmel Live! (Stills)



Nov 04,2016

Claire Foy & Matt Smith at BBC Radio 2 to promote “The Crown”

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GALLERY LINK:
– Public Events > Events in 2016 > BBC Radio 2

Click here to view almost 300 pictures from the world premiere of The Crown! Claire Foy wore an Erdem Resort 2017 floral printed off-the-shoulder dress.



Nov 01,2016

“The Crown” – World Premiere

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Starring Claire Foy as Elizabeth II, The Crown will look at each decade of our current Queen’s reign, and how her life intertwines with that of the political ruling class.

Ex-Dr Who star Matt Smith plays Prince Philip, and US comedy veteran John Lithgow appears as Winston Churchill, wearing prosthetics and heavy make up.

Each season of The Crown will explore a different decade of the Queen’s reign, looking at the political rivalries that defined the history of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, as well as the personal dramas going on behind the closed gates of the royal palaces.

GALLERY LINK:
– Public Events > Events in 2016 > “The Crown” – World Premiere

Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning UK monarch, having sat on the throne for nearly 65 years (Queen Victoria almost made it to 64 years).

The Crown goes right back to the moment Elizabeth changed from a princess to a queen: the death of her beloved father, George VI, in 1953.

The 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth was in a Kenyan treehouse on holiday with her husband Prince Philip, when she received news of George’s death.

“It’s not just the story of a family, but the story of post-war Britain,” says Stephen Daldry.

“Are you my wife or my Queen?” Philip memorably asks Elizabeth in an early scene, before the boundaries between the private and the public have bee established.

On the other hand, with the sympathetic wisdom born of age, Churchill says to Elizabeth, “Never let them see that carrying the crown is often a burden.”

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Sep 29,2016

Claire Foy @ “The Crown” – Press Conference

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– Public Events > Events in 2016 > “The Crown” – Press Conference



May 10,2016

More Photos from the House Of Fraser British Academy Television Awards 2016

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– Public Events > Events in 2016 > House Of Fraser British Academy Television Awards 2016



May 09,2016

House Of Fraser British Academy Television Awards 2016

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– Public Events > Events in 2016 > House Of Fraser British Academy Television Awards 2016



Mar 27,2016

Royal Television Society Awards

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This is the first time that Claire attended a public event in over a year!

GALLERY LINK:
– Public Events > Events in 2016 > Royal Television Society Awards



Jan 30,2015

“The Ruling Class” UK Gala Performance at the Trafalgar Transformed

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Claire Foy and Stephen Campbell Moore attended “The Ruling Class” UK Gala Performance at the Trafalgar Transformed on January 28, 2015.

Thanks to Nicole and Annie for the photos.



Oct 21,2014

“Rosewater” – Red Carpet Arrivals – 58th BFI London Film Festival

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Claire Foy, Amir El-Masry, Maziar Bahari, Jon Stewart and Dimitri Leonidas attended the red carpet arrivals of ‘Rosewater‘ during the 58th BFI London Film Festival at Odeon West End on October 12, 2014 in London, England. Longtime boyfriend Stephen Campbell Moore was there as well to support Claire.

The festival ran from 08 to 19 October.

Gallery link:
– Public Events > Events in 2014 > “Rosewater” – Red Carpet Arrivals – 58th BFI London Film Festival

EDIT: We’ve just added 21 new photos to our gallery thanks to our ever helpful and lovely friend Nicole.



Oct 10,2013

Claire Foy Interview – British Film, Vampire Academy & Cossbones (Video)

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Dozens of new photos from the event were added thanks to Nicole.



Oct 08,2013

Luminous – BFI gala Dinner And Auction

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In keeping with the theme of the evening the BBC Little Dorrit actress Claire Foy looked the epitome of luminous as she sashayed down the red carpet towards No 8 Northumberland Avenue. She shone in a black-and-white dress.

The inaugural Fundraising Gala, which includes dinner and an auction, celebrates British film and British film talent and is held to raise vital funds to secure the future of the BFI National Archive.

Guests were able to auction on a number of exciting auction prizes including the Formula 1 replica car from current hit film Rush, John Travolta’s suit (signed) he wore in Face/Off and original signed stills from Sam Taylor Wood’s I Love You More and Isaac Julien’s Mazu, Turning.

GALLERY LINK:
– Events > Luminous – BFI gala Dinner And Auction



Aug 24,2013

Thomas & Friends: King of the Railway – VIP film screening – Arrivals

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Claire Foy and Stephen Campbell Moore attended the VIP Screening of Thomas & Friends: King Of The Railway at Vue Leicester Square on August 18, 2013 in London, England.

GALLERY LINK:
– Events > Thomas & Friends: King of the Railway – VIP film screening – Arrivals



Jun 16,2013

CLAIRE FOY: ANATOMY OF MY OUTFIT

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CLAIRE FOY: ANATOMY OF MY OUTFIT

We caught up with the star of Little Dorrit and Upstairs Downstairs at a tea party held at the Kate Spade New York boutique in Chelsea to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show.

The 29-year-old actress is currently filming Vampire Academy with Olga Kurylenko and Gabriel Byrne.

‘It takes me about five hours to get ready,’ she told us. ‘I’m not very good at it – I spend a lot of time standing and staring at my wardrobe and not achieving much.

‘Then I suddenly think of something I want to wear only to discover it’s in the wash’

Jewellery I wear this Monica Vinader necklace every day. It was a gift from the producers when I did Macbeth with James McAvoy at London’s Trafalgar Studios. I love all of Monica’s designs and they make perfect presents. My bracelet is from Cos. I’m loving fluoro accessories for summer.

T-shirt This is from Asos – I’m a big fan of online shopping. I’m not sure why I chose this, but I do love Paris so I guess it makes sense.

Clutch bag I love the colour of this Kate Spade New York bag – everything this label does adds an instant injection of fun and style to your outfit. I want it all!

Trousers These cost me £10 in the Whistles sale about nine million years ago when I had an office job and needed to look smart every day. They are such a great fit and I’ve bought Whistles trousers ever since.

Shoes I call these leopard-print numbers my emergency shoes. I panic-bought them before I went to an awards do. They are by Mulberry and they weren’t cheap. But I now wear them whenever I have to dress up for something, so it makes it OK.

By Amy Williams

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CLAIRE FOY: ANATOMY OF MY OUTFIT

CLAIRE FOY: ANATOMY OF MY OUTFIT



Jun 16,2013

The Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo Day 2013

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Stephen Campbell Moore and Claire Foy attend the Cartier Queen’s Cup Final.

Thanks to my good friend Nicole for the photos.

GALLERY LINK:
– Events > The Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo Day 2013



May 31,2013

Kate Spade NY Chelsea Flower Show Tea Party

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Thanks to my good friend Nicole for the photos.

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– Events > Kate Spade NY Chelsea Flower Show Tea Party



May 30,2013

‘Chimerica’ – After Party

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Headlong’s world premiere of Lucy Kirkwood’s Chimerica opened at the Almeida Theatre last night (28 May 2013).

The play follows the aftermath of the famous 1989 Tiananmen Square photo, centring on the American journalist who took the photo, who more than 20 years later begins to question the fate of the unknown protester in his shot.

This investigation leads to a deep examination that explores the relationship between China and America, and the influences each country has on the other.

The production is directed by Lyndsey Turner and runs until 6 July 2013.

GALLERY LINK:
– Events > ‘Chimerica’ – After Party



May 11,2013

The Hothouse Press Night at Trafalgar Studios

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– Events > The Hothouse Press Night at Trafalgar Studios



Apr 29,2013

Claire Foy at the Olivier Awards

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Macbeth‘ finished its eighty day run last Saturday. The production was a phenomenal success, was entirely sold out and surprisingly received two nominations at this year’s Olivier Awards (instead of next year’s): for Best Revival and James McAvoy for Best Actor. The Olivier Awards were held yesterday at the Royal Opera House in London and sadly the Olivier Award in the two categories didn’t go to ‘Macbeth‘ but to ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night‘ and Luke Treadaway respectively.

Claire Foy attended the event and looked absolutely gorgeous wearing a strapless 1958 Hartnell black silk and velvet gown by William Vintage.

I added a few pictures, some of them in high quality. Enjoy!

Gallery:
Events in 2013: The Laurence Olivier Awards



Feb 26,2013

Opening night of ‘Macbeth’ and After Party on Press Night

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Claire Foy (Lady Macbeth) and James McAvoy (Macbeth) attended the after party on press night for Macbeth at One Whitehall Place, London, England on 22nd February 2013.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Events in 2013 > Opening night of ‘Macbeth’ held at the Trafalgar Studios – Departures
– Events in 2013 > After Party on Press Night for ‘Macbeth’, thanks to Nicole



Feb 23,2013

After Party on Press Night for ‘Macbeth’

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Claire Foy (Lady Macbeth) and James McAvoy (Macbeth) attended the after party on press night for Macbeth at One Whitehall Place, London, England on 22nd February 2013.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Stage > Macbeth by William Shakespeare – Performances
– Events > After Party on Press Night for ‘Macbeth’



Dec 04,2012

“Life Of Pi” – UK Premiere

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Ang Lee’s new film “Life of Pi” had its UK Premiere at Empire Leicester Square on Dec. 3, 2012 in London, England. The film stars stars Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan and Adil Hussain.

Gracing the red carpet premiere were Claire Foy, Stephen Campbell Moore and several other guests.

Life of Pi” is the story of an Indian boy named Pi. He is a zookeeper’s son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwreck sets them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.

GALLERY LINK:
– Events: “Life Of Pi” – UK Premiere

Thanks to Nicole for some of the HQs.





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