Admiring Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones attends the 21st British Independent Film Awards at Old Billingsgate on December 2, 2018 in London. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

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The 21st British Independent Film Awards – Winners Room
The 21st British Independent Film Awards – Ceremony
The 21st British Independent Film Awards – Champagne Reception
The 21st British Independent Film Awards
The 21st British Independent Film Awards – Roaming Arrivals


Felicity Jones covers Dujour Magazine (Winter). I have added the scans to the gallery. Please, don’t forget to buy the magazine.

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— 2018 Magazines & Scans > Dujour (Winter)


Nov 29, 18 admin   News 0 Comment

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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Felicity Jones attends the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 10th Annual Governors Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on November 18, 2018 in Hollywood. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

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10th Annual Governors Awards


Some new photos of Felicity Jones have been added to the gallery.

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Variety Actors on Actors – Day 1


“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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More new photos of Felicity Jones have been added to the gallery. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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AFI FEST 2018 Presented By Audi – Indie Contenders
SFFILM Presents 3rd Annual SF Honors Award