But I think the producers really wanted me for the film so they convinced him to meet me again in London. I don’t think he had officially cast her, but it was known it was going in that direction. It’s quite a shocking ad; I get beaten up by my lover. Knightley: Neither of us feel this is the end of our story, but at the same time we think it’s good to work with other people. Then a pure piece of Hollywood entertainment in the form of a Jack Ryan thriller. You did a comedy this year, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” but even that was kind of dark.
I turned up in my normal clothes, and I’m really very scruffy. He actually did have a moment where he said, “Let’s get Matthew to do it because that would be amazing.” I did actually put my foot down and say, “You cannot have Mr. I think we’ve both changed since “Atonement,” and you can only do that through experiences with other people. Knightley: After I shot “Anna Karenina,” I thought, “I’ve been playing incredibly dark creatures that pretty much die for the last five years, and I’ve really got to put something out there that’s a little bit more positive.” So this year has been the year of pure entertainment. Knightley: My mom even said, “Jesus Christ, you do a comedy and you die in it. ” But the dark ones are the ones I always like doing the most.
It would get quite dull if you were working with the same person creatively all the time.
Looking trendy, despite her minimum effort appearance, the 30 year-old cut a hipster figure in a black and white breton top, which she matched with an oversized biker jacket, rolled-up jeans and suede brogues without socks.
Darcy in that movie, Matthew Macfadyen, almost played her abuser in a public service advertisement.
Is it true when you first met Joe, he wasn’t interested in you for “Pride and Prejudice”?
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“Pirates of the Caribbean” had come out, and though I was financially a better prospect, he was seeing a lot of press shots where I looked incredibly glamorous and he thought, “That isn’t Elizabeth Bennett.” We had a meeting, and it actually didn’t go very well. Knightley: I’m not going to say who she is, but she does well. You had such great chemistry with Matthew Macfadyen in that film, I’m almost disappointed he plays your brother in “Anna Karenina.”Knightley: I think we all really enjoyed playing with that. Joe and I did a domestic abuse ad for a charity in England a couple of years ago.
The twist in this sophisticated, darkly exquisite drama from writer/director Massy Tadjedin is that while Worthington is away on a business trip with Mendes, Knightley runs into her ex-boyfriend, an irresistibly charismatic French writer played by Guillaume Canet.
The film follows each couple on parallel plots through the night as they struggle with temptation.
He went on to reveal that Knightley is easy-going when it comes to his band commitments, and insisted the actress isn't the Klaxon's 'Yoko Ono'."The music is the music," he said.
"That thing is going to be there because of who she is but I'd say we're a pretty established band."Righton's bandmate Jamie Reynolds added: "It was the greatest day ever, it was fantastic. It was about two weeks ago, it was a big party."SOURCE: NMEJust a dozen of their close friends and family were present.