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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2019, August, Interviews, Lucy Boynton, Photoshoots, Updates

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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2019, August, Interviews, Lucy Boynton, News, Photoshoots, Updates

Although we have been getting plenty of updates of Lucy with new photoshoots seemingly every week, I thought I would start updating the site/gallery with images not yet added.

Recently I bought a copy of Lucy’s editorial with You Magazine way back in June 2017. It was hard to find any scans online so I decided to buy it instead. I have added these scans to the gallery with watermarks. I would appreciate if you could give credit to the site is posting elsewhere!

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I didn’t expect to have another photoshoot with Lucy, but she proved me wrong! Recently she sat with Interview magazine, who have just published her interview online. Speaking with Sarah Nechamkin, she talked briefly about her upcoming project, The Politician and being a homebody.

“The scale and size of everything was daunting,” says Boynton about working with the Murphy “family,” which on this project includes Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow.

A self-described homebody, Boynton is most at ease sinking into her domestic cocoon with a good book. The last one she read was Truman Capote’s The Grass Harp

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I have add the photoshoot to the gallery, and hope we get more! I shall add scans when they are available.

2019, April, Lucy Boynton, Magazines, Photoshoots, Updates

Today I was very excited to see that Lucy has featured on another cover of a magazine! This time she appears in a full spread, and interview, in C Magazine for their April issue. Some highlights of the interview are below.

“It was insane,” Boynton says in a British accent, today’s big grin decidedly more relaxed. “I’m usually watching the Oscars on the sofa at 3 in the morning at my mom’s in London. 

“People get quite nervous about red carpet stuff,” Boynton says. “But I realized early on that as long as I’m dressing for me, I can just have fun with it. Leith Clark, my stylist, always tells me, ‘If you don’t feel good, take it off immediately.’ I love her for that. You don’t want to walk out the door thinking, oh God, I hope I’ve got this right, I hope people like it. 

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I have added the photoshoot to the gallery and hopefully shall scans in the near future!

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2019, April, Lucy Boynton, Magazines, Photoshoots

Hi everyone! I uploaded these to the gallery a few days but haven’t actually made a post yet. Until now obviously 😉

Finally Rogue Magazine released their digital issue the features Lucy. Unfortunately I thought myself it was a larger spread but it only covered two pages. The better news is that we also got new outtakes of the accompanying shoot. I have added these to the gallery.

I bought the magazine and have added scans to the gallery. Please credit the site if posting elsewhere. Enjoy!

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Lucy Boynton, Magazines, Photoshoots, Updates

Her second magazine cover of this year, for March, Lucy is featured on the front of Rollacoaster magazine.

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Lucy’s full spread has now been released and you can buy the magazine here! For full fashion credits, you can view them on our fashion blog.

I have added the cover and accompanying shoot to the gallery.

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2019, February, Lucy Boynton, Magazines, Photoshoots

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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