Yesterday it was revealed that Lucy had done a new photoshoot for The Cut and had also done an interview as well. I do plan on having the fashion of the photoshoot posted on the fashion section by tomorrow, but for now you can view the images in the gallery.

In the interview, Lucy spoke about fashion, her career so far in acting and herself as a person. Below are some tidbits of the interview.

Boynton and Malek met at Abbey Road Studios just before BohemianRhapsody started shooting. It was an intense day, and Boynton was dealing with her anxiety as she always does — by reading in a corner. (During filming, it was Anna Karenina; she showed up to her shoot with the Cut toting a hardbound copy of Clarice Lispector’s The Chandelier.)

She also talked about her role in the upcoming Netflix series, The Politican

Astrid is a character who is constantly being judged on her looks. Yet in Murphy and his co-creators’ hands, the part is winkingly camp: She’s not just a pretty girl but a commentary on what it means to be pretty in a world that values appearance above all else. I ask Boynton when she was first aware that she was going to be offered roles for which being beautiful was a prerequisite. “Never!” she gasps, evincing a rare lack of self-awareness. “I have only seen that with Astrid because she’s a bit of a mean girl, and I’ve grown up seeing those girls fit a certain description.”

Read more on the original article on The Cut.

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Recently the cast took part in a photoshoot and interview with The Hollywood Reporter to help promote their new Netflix series, The Politician.

I have added images of the photoshoot to the gallery, and you can view the interview video below.

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Lucy Boynton Owes Her American Accent to Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Get to know the bi-continental Murder on the Orient Express star.

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AGE: 23.
PROVENANCE: Bi-continental.
SCREEN GAB: Daughter of British journalist Graham Boynton, she moved to London from New York when she was five. “I consider myself British through and through, but owe Sabrina the Teenage Witch for when I need my American accent.”
BUNNY HOP: At 10, she enrolled in drama class. “I was incredibly lucky. A casting director came to my school to audition girls for Miss Potter, and in that process I realized that I loved, craved, and needed acting.” She got the part. “It was a magical introduction to this world.”

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From child stardom to head girl of Hollywood.

WONDERLAND – Like any actor (or slightly melodramatic child) worth their showbiz salt, Lucy Boynton practised crying in the mirror growing up. Obsessed with Anna Chlumsky’s character in 90s classic My Girl and “scandalised” by her talent and young age, Boynton tells me she’d pause and rewind the funeral scene, “I’d go up to the bathroom and play out her dialogue seeing if I could do what she did and make myself cry like her… It was a long summer.”
Arriving on screen at just 12 years old herself, alongside Renée Zellweger in Miss Potter, Boynton’s CV lists no cheesy rom-com blunders or sitcom shaped snatches at the limelight. Becoming one of Hollywood’s most watched and most wanted young talents, at 23 she’s carved a career from child stardom without ever once compromising her lmic integrity, climbing to her covetable position through a string of challenging roles. Plus, all those years of practise- weeping must mean she’s got crying on demand in the bag by now.

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