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.
010.jpg
009.jpg
008.jpg
007.jpg
006.jpg
005.jpg
004.jpg
003.jpg
002.jpg
001.jpg
013.jpg
012.jpg

I have added some new photoshoots of Felicity Jones to the gallery. You can go there to enjoy!


Felicity Jones covers Shape Magazine, January 2020 issue. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, don’t forget to buy the magazine.


With her latest film, The Aeronauts, Felicity Jones is back in action-heroine mode. To stay so calm and cool amid the chaos, she gives herself a face massage and hits the yoga mat.

It’s not yet 7 p.m. in London, and the sky outside is dark. “Pitch black, really.” This won’t stop Felicity Jones from getting her run in. “I have my running trainers on already,” she says while driving home from the set of a romantic drama she’s filming. “I have a route that’s quite well lit.” She’ll wash off the movie makeup and hit the pavement.

The truth is, Felicity’s life is nonstop right now.

When filming wraps on the love story project, she’ll go straight into production on a post-apocalyptic flick with George Clooney while her current big-screen release, The Aeronauts, shows in theaters. This adventure story is set in 1862 Victorian England, when the daredevils were the boundary breakers taking flight in hot-air balloons—and it’s a nail-biter. (No spoilers, but you might not want to settle in with your popcorn until after that storm cloud passes in the opening scenes.) In the film, based loosely on the history-making ascent of early meteorologist James Glaisher (played by Eddie Redmayne), Felicity, 36, transforms herself into fearless pilot Amelia Wren.

To give you a sense, picture Felicity perched midair at 3,000 feet—more than twice the height of the Empire State Building in New York—on the floating hoop between basket and balloon. “I like doing as many stunts as possible myself,” she says. “I even have to be held back a little.”

Perhaps it’s not what you would expect from an Oscar-nominated British actor with an Oxford education, but Felicity is all in when it comes to action roles. For her 2016 part as Jyn Erso in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, she ran in combat boots on the treadmill to prep for running on the boiling sand of the Maldives. For Aeronauts, she learned trapeze and how to climb silks Cirque du Soleil style, and she nearly missed garroting herself doing wirework for one climactic sequence.

Not that you would have seen or heard any of this on her Instagram account. Felicity doesn’t have one. “I think if it’s the right time and it feels right, then I’ll go for it,” she says with a shrug. “I just haven’t yet.” (Related: What It’s Like to Have Social Anxiety As an Instagram Influencer)

Unplugging is, in fact, Felicity’s idea of a luxury in the perpetual motion of modern stardom. “It’s such a gypsy job,” she says. “Not having to leave the house is a real treat.” This includes staying in and making dinner with her husband of just over a year, movie director Charles Guard. “We’re both real foodies, so we get enormous pleasure from cooking together.” (These cooking celebs will inspire you to skip take-out and make your own dinner tonight.)

Here, Felicity shares her go-to soup recipe and the everyday moves that help her stay grounded even at 3,000 feet.

Read Full Article



“The Aeronauts” reunites Felicity Jones with Eddie Redmayne five years after they costarred in “The Theory of Everything,” but the pair’s rematch wasn’t inevitable for director for Tom Harper.

“Initially we thought it might be an inhibiting factor,” Harper says, sitting with Jones in the Rosewood Hotel in London during the BFI London Film Festival. “But then we sat with it for a few days and you’ve got to go with the people you think are right for the part. And maybe it would be a great thing — there’s a long history in Hollywood of great duos working together over the years.”

The filmmakers put out the ask to the pair simultaneously and received a resounding yes from both. Jones was thrilled to be cast opposite Redmayne again since the actors have developed a strong sense of trust over the years, something she felt was particularly important for the role of gas balloon pilot Amelia Wren, who is enlisted by scientist James Glaisher to ascend higher than anyone has ever gone. It’s a period piece but also an action film and psychological drama, requiring a depth and range of emotion from its lead actress.

“When you have that safety, that’s when you can take risks,” Jones says. “You feel like you can make a fool of yourself in front of someone else because you’ve built the trust over many, many years, and I think that’s when really exciting work starts to happen. There has to be anarchy to get something interesting.”

To create Amelia and James’ journey, the filmmakers built a replica 19th century gas balloon and shot aerial scenes in actual flight and in a studio with blue screens. Careful thought was put into each level of the balloon’s ascent, considering the temperature, air quality and potential effect on the human body as the journey progressed.

To replicate the feeling of cold at higher elevations, Harper put Jones and Redmayne in a “cold box,” a confined space that lowered the temperature to below zero Celsius. Some of that visible breath coming out of the actors’ mouths is real, as are their shivers and glassy eyes. The actors even plunged their hands into buckets of ice before takes to amp up the chaotic feeling.

“Basically they just chucked freezing cold rain on us with wind machines for a few weeks,” Jones remembers, laughing. “We were in so much pain to shoot those scenes. I think the three of us just sort of whipped each other up into a spirit of masochism. We definitely learned to hit the limits, Eddie and I.”

Read Full Article


When Felicity Jones was about 5 or 6 years old, one of her favorite things to wear was a pink bathing suit with a belt around the middle. One of her favorite things to do, while clad in this amazing outfit, was to climb to the highest diving board at the pool and fearlessly fling herself into the water below.

“I was like a little piggy floating through the air,” she told Parade.com during a recent interview at the Roxy Hotel in New York City. Why are we not surprised she ended up playing a showstopping, stunt-pulling hot air balloon pilot in The Aeronauts?

However, it hasn’t been a consistent climb to get to this point. At 36, the Birmingham, England, native said she isn’t quite so quick to find the highest point on a structure and stare down at what awaits her below: “Now, I would think twice…I’ve become more fretful. Now in high hotels or buildings I think, ‘Where’s the exit?’”

For her latest film, though, she had to access a little of her inner 5-year-old daredevil.

In The Aeronauts, Jones plays the fictional aeronaut Amelia Wren, who in 1862, attempts to fly higher than any human has ever gone. She is joined by non-fictional scientist James Glaisher, played by Eddie Redmayne.

Jones’s character, she explained, is based on real-life, 18th-century French aeronaut Sophie Blanchard, who would put on big shows complete with fireworks as she charmed audiences from the air. At one point in the movie, Jones, as Wren, has to climb to the very top of the balloon, which is a scene that will make anyone—fearful of heights, or not—queasy. This is the scene that clinched it for Jones; she wanted to be the woman to complete that feat onscreen.

“It felt like there was a real kind of responsibility to bring this woman aeronaut to audiences, and I loved the scene toward the end where she climbs on top of the balloon—not to give anything away—and the blend of emotion and action,” she says.

Wren is a young widow, much like the real Blanchard whose husband fell to his death after having a heart attack while they were flying in a balloon over the Hague. As the film progresses, audiences learn that Wren’s husband’s death was also a traumatic one that left her with a lot of pain. Even still, she slaps on stage makeup, climbs to dangerous points of the balloon and waves to the audience as she and her flying partner take off high into the sky. She even attaches a parachute to her dog and sends it floating down to a mesmerized crowd.

Read Full Article


The actress and Clé de Peau brand ambassador tells PEOPLE how she keeps her skin glowing amid a busy press tours

In 2019, Felicity Jones joined forces with Eddie Redmayne for The Aeronauts, wrapped filming The Last Letter From Your Love opposite Shailene Woodley, adjusted to life as a newly-wed and confirmed she’s pregnant with her first child.

So as to be expected, it’s hard for the actress, 36, to find downtime: “It’s been a very rewarding and busy year so far…it’s been fab[ulous],” the Clé de Peau brand ambassador tells PEOPLE.

But when she does find a rare moment for herself, Jones unwinds by indulging in a lavish — and somewhat “ritualistic” — beauty routine, which she adopted after visiting Clé de Peau’s headquarters in Asia (the luxury brand is owned by Japanese cosmetics company, Shiseido).

“I’ve learned so much since I started working with the brand, particulary when I visited Japan and saw the level of skincare they have out there,” the On the Basis of Sex star says.

“For me, it’s about taking the time out to just concentrate on yourself, which is a rare thing, and being quite meditative about it,” she says. “I love lying in the bath with a face mask on. That’s my thing.”

As for her specific routine, Jones loves the Clé de Peau serum which she smooths on her skin with a facial roller “in the evening and then again in the morning,” she says. “I also love the Clé de Peau La Crème and use it on a daily basis, particularly in the evening. It’s great to have something on your skin overnight, so that you wake up the next morning lovely, and flushed, and nourished.”

Read Full Article

Sponsor
Upcoming Appearances

Nothing currently

Cover Woman
Site Donations

Do you visit Admiring Felicity Jones frequently? Have any photos, captures, scans, stuff etc that you see missing in the site and you would like to donate? If so, feel free to send me them. Remember to include how would you like to be credited in the email along with the donation.

What can you donate?
— Event/Appearance Photos
— Stills
— Magazine Scans
— Photo Sessions
— Screen Captures
— Icons, Wallpapers, Animations…
— and more!





Current Projects
The Aeronauts

Role: Amelia Wren
Release Date: 2019
Pilot Amelia Wren and scientist James Glaisher find themselves in an epic fight for survival while attempting to make discoveries in a hot air balloon.
The Midnight Sky

Role: Sully Ginsburg
Release Date: 2020
A scientist, alone in the Arctic, tries to make contact with a spacecraft returning to Earth.
Last Letter from Your Lover

Role: Ellie Ginsburg
Release Date: 2020 - 2021
A young journalist in London becomes obsessed with a series of letters she discovers that recounts an intense star-crossed love affair from the 1960s.
Elite and top affiliates

Elite spots are reserved for friends and co-stars. Apply here.
Help Out & Donate
You and all the people can help here and any help would be more than appreciated. The goal is to be your number 1 source to Felicity Jones and for it, we need all the help you can give us. Anything you done will be creditted to you!

This site is always looking for pictures that we don't have up, so if you have scans, stills, shoots or any other picture that we could use, send to us. Full credits will be given.
Site Stats & Disclaimer
Name: Admiring Felicity Jones
Since: December 12nd, 2016
Owner: Nicky
Version: 3rd


I am in no way affiliated or connected with Felicity Jones, and this site is in no way official. This is just a fansite, created by a fan. I don't know anything about her personal life except what is on this site. Everything on this site is © 2016-2020 Nicky unless other is noted. Do not remove anything without permission. No copyright infringement is ever intended.
DMCA.com Protection Status
Candids Policy

This fansite is strictly against any paparazzi or stalkerazzi pictures. We will not support any kind of bashing or privacy intrusion into Felicity's life and/or the one of people around her. The gallery contains just paparazzi photos related to Felicity's work, such as on-set photos and promotional related (arriving or leaving TV Shows...).
Search