Welcome to Admiring Felicity Jones, your best source for everything Felicity Rose Hadley Jones since 2016. Felicity is known for her roles in The Theory of Everything, Inferno, A Monster Calls & Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Our goal is to keep you updated with every project, photoshoot and news from the career of the British actress. Enjoy your stay.
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It’s hard to believe that Felicity Jones has been working in the film industry for only a decade. Since her bigscreen debut in 2008’s “Flashbacks of a Fool,” the unassuming 35-yearold has gained incredible momentum over the 20 films she’s made, effortlessly moving from English period dramas to U.S. indies, studio prestige pics and Hollywood blockbusters. Not bad going for a girl from the industrial British Midlands.

It’s this diversity and stamina that brought the actress the Variety Award at the British Independent Film Awards, an honor that recognizes a director, actor, writer or producer who has made a global impact and helped to focus the international spotlight on the U.K.

“It’s a great privilege, and I’m very flattered to be given this award,” says Jones enthusiastically on the phone from her hotel in midtown Manhattan. “I’ve had a long relationship with British independent film. It’s where I learned my craft, in many ways, so it’s wonderful. It’s very cool.”

Currently in the U.S. promoting “On the Basis of Sex,” a biopic inspired by the early career of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Jones is an awards season contender for the first time since 2015’s Academy favorite “The Theory of Everything,” in which she played the wife of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, and bagged an Oscar nomination for lead actress.

“I’m a huge fan of Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” she says. “To play someone who is as extraordinary as she is, who stuck by her beliefs, who fights for equality, fights for people who sometimes feel like they don’t have a voice. I have 100% respect for her and it was an absolute privilege to play her.”

But, surprisingly, this fast-tracking to Oscar success was hardly part of a long-term masterplan. “When I started out, I had absolutely no idea,” she says. “Initially, I thought I’d just give it a go. I went to university, and then after university I thought, ‘I’ll just throw myself in. I’ll start auditioning, and if it doesn’t work out, I’ll have to think of something else.’ I never had a grand plan. I always knew that I wanted to go into storytelling in some capacity. When I was younger, I always wanted to be a journalist or work in magazines — I was fascinated by the thought of putting ideas out into the world.”

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The actress on her fight for women’s equality in the new American film based on the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Elegantly perched on a windowsill inside a gorgeous 17th-century mansion in London, Felicity Jones is soaking up the beautiful afternoon sun on the set of our DuJour cover shoot. She is poised, polite, and excited, twirling around the property’s expertly manicured gardens in couture to capture the perfect shots. “We went quite punky but elegant, so very cool,” she peppers in. Today’s ensembles consisting of feathers, corsets, and leather are a sharp right turn from her buttoned-up, collared court attire on the set of On the Basis of Sex, her highly anticipated new film, in which she plays Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “There’s a practicality to Ruth that comes through her clothes,” notes Jones. “She doesn’t like to draw too much attention to herself, but at the same time, she likes a little flash.” There’s always a touch of her personality, as we see with her collars on the Supreme Court, proving that she’s never afraid to let her character come through. “She’s such an icon in terms of her style, and you see how she really found looks that work later in life, and she really stuck with them, like having her hair pulled back and her signature scrunchies.”

But all fashion talk aside, playing RBG was a role that Jones was aware would require an intensive amount of work in order to nail. “I knew I had a hell of a lot of research in front of me and that I wanted to do justice to the justice, so I started off reading everything I could about her, looking at every single piece of footage of her, and really getting into the mind-set of her; that was my objective.” Prepping to transform herself into Notorious RBG, the badass nickname that 85-year-old Ginsburg has earned herself, required a method to the madness. “I usually have quite an academic approach when I start off; I really try to become an expert on that person,” she says. “It was an enormous help when I met her and spent time with her and really felt her incredible humanity. She’s someone who is very private and has an innate shyness, so it was a real gift that she invited Armie Hammer [who plays her husband, Marty, in the film] and I into her home and gave us access so that we could do the best job possible of understanding her.”

Throughout the process of becoming RBG, Jones slowly started to realize the two women were alike in more ways than one. “I found many similarities in the way that I was always rather shy growing up as a young girl. I think for both of us, when we put our mind to something, we are both incredibly focused and can be very single-minded. We don’t like a lot of fuss. I’d say we’re very straightforward and diligent, and I constantly found moments where she’s giving me such reassurance in my own life. Just seeing the way she behaved and her silent strengths are something I constantly come back to and find empowering in my own life.”

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“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” actress Felicity Jones will receive the Variety Award at the British Independent Film Awards ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 2.

The award recognizes an actor, director, writer, or producer who has made a global impact and pointed the international spotlight on the U.K.

“When actress Felicity Jones first appeared on your radar, you probably knew she was destined for greatness but you probably didn’t know she would impact so forcefully on all sizes of screens in all kinds of projects,” says Steven Gaydos, Variety’s vice president and executive editor.

Jones most recently starred as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the biographical drama “On the Basis of Sex.” The English actress has also been featured in numerous films over the past few years, including “Rogue One,” “Inferno,” and “The Theory of Everything,” for which she garnered Academy and Golden Globe nominations. Jones has twice been nominated at BIFA, for her performances in “Albatross” and Ralph Fiennes’ “The Invisible Woman.”

“She has infused the ‘Star Wars’ juggernaut with feminine soul as well as womanly grit, and she brought gravity and tenderness to the Oscar-winning ‘Theory of Everything,’” Gaydos continues. “Now she plays a brave woman whose life and achievements loom larger every day. ‘On the Basis of Sex’ is a rallying cry for women’s rights in a time of political crisis, but in the hands of Felicity Jones, Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes a woman we don’t simply admire, but we come to deeply understand her drives and relish the soul that sustains her commitment to justice and equality.”

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Academy Award nominee Felicity Jones will receive the “CinemaCon®Award of Excellence in Acting,” it was announced today by Mitch Neuhauser, Managing Director of CinemaCon. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), will be held April 23-26, 2018 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Jones will be presented with this special honor at the “CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards” ceremony taking place on the evening of Thursday, April 26, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, hosted by the Coca-Cola Company, the official presenting sponsor of CinemaCon.

“Felicity Jones is one of the most sought after actresses on the big screen due to her powerful performances and scene-stealing presence,” noted Neuhauser. “Following successful films including ‘The Theory of Everything,’ and ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,’ we are thrilled to honor Jones with this year’s ‘CinemaCon Award of Excellence in Acting’ for an important performance in this year’s very topical ‘On The Basis of Sex.’”

Jones can be seen this fall as Ruth Bader Ginsburg in “On The Basis of Sex” to be released by Focus Features. An inspiring and spirited true story, “On the Basis of Sex” follows young lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she teams with her husband Marty to bring a groundbreaking case before the Supreme Court and overturn a century of gender discrimination. The feature will release this fall, in line with Justice Ginsburg’s 25th anniversary on the Supreme Court. The film directed by Mimi Leder also stars Armie Hammer, Justin Theroux and Cailee Spaeny.

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Shiseido-owned luxury beauty brand Cle de Peau Beaute announced British actress Felicity Jones as its new global face. The star succeeds Amanda Seyfried, a brand spokesperson for almost seven years.

The Japanese brand, specialising in luxury skincare and cosmetics, took to social networks to reveal its new global ambassador Jones. The brand said: “The Oscar-nominated actor epitomises the very core of the brand: Intelligent. Uncompromising. Exquisite.”

The first print and digital campaign fronted by the actress rolls out globally from January, when the Clé de Peau Beauté brand is also set to relaunch, reports Women’s Wear Daily. The relaunch will involve centring attention on the brand’s cult anti-ageing cream, “La Crème”, and boosting brand awareness internationally. That will be achieved, in particular, through a stronger social media and digital presence and, of course, by putting the new brand ambassador firmly in the spotlight.

Actress Felicity Jones is known for playing Jane Wilde Hawking in the biopic The Theory of Everything, a performance which bagged her an Oscar nomination. She has since starred in Inferno and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. [Source]


She has journeyed from Ambridge, which was rocked by her character’s wild affairs with both the young Grundy brothers, to Hollywood, where she is one of the most exciting and in-demand stars.

From 2017 the Birmingham-born actor Felicity Jones will also take her place in the National Portrait Gallery in a new commission through the John Kobal new work award.

In the same week that Jones, 33, can be seen in cinemas as the lead in the new Star Wars film, Rogue One, the NPG unveiled a new photographic portrait, which will go on display next year.

It was taken by the photographer Laura Pannack among the reeds of the Walthamstow Marshes in north-east London.

Pannack said the marshes were near her home and were chosen over other park-based locations because they “felt more unusual and emotive. We both agreed it felt wildly atmospheric.

“Felicity was incredibly enthusiastic and really keen to contribute ideas to ensure the portrait was a creative collaboration.”

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If Felicity Jones is having a moment, it’s the type that stretches the very definition of exactly how much time a “moment” consists of. She’s been having this moment for years now, ever since she won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance in 2011 for the indie gem, Like Crazy. It’s a moment that saw her earn her first Academy Award nomination in 2015, for The Theory of Everything. All that being said, 2016 may have been her best year yet, career-wise.

“Look, I have a smile permanently on my face,” the 33-year-old actress recently trilled to ET, pointing to her cheeks, which were in fact dimpled in happiness. “I’m just enjoying it. I love what I do, and it’s lovely to hopefully keep doing. I’m enjoying every minute. It’s a real ride.”

It likely doesn’t feel like a moment anymore, but the Birmingham-born actress is having quite a year: She co-starred alongside Tom Hanks in the third Da Vinci Code film, Inferno, and earned early Oscar buzz for playing a dying mother in the haunting festival darling, A Monster Calls. To cap it off, Jones saved that galaxy far, far away in Star Wars’ first stand-alone “Story,” Rogue One.

Director Ron Howard enlisted Jones for Inferno to play Sienna Brooks, a doctor who attempts to help our hero, Robert Langdon (Hanks), recover his memories as the two go on the run together. And run they did, through Venice and Florence and Budapest, with Jones wearing heels the whole time — to much less fanfare than, say, Bryce Dallas Howard got in Jurassic World.

“Running in heels takes a lot of skill. But it’s something that us women have to get used to,” Jones told ET at the film’s junket in Italy. Heels were a necessity, she explained, mimicking the confusion she would have caused had she worn flats: “Who’s that midget that’s running next to you, Tom?”

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