Category: Projects

2022 Mar 08

The Ipcress File: 1×01 Screen Captures

The Ipcress File: 1×01 Screen Captures

I’ve added some screen captures of Lucy as Jean Courtney in the first episode of The Ipcress File. The full mini-series is available to watch on ITV Hub. More screen captures will be added weekly after each episode airs on ITV on Sunday nights!


2022 Mar 05

Lucy for YOU Magazine

Lucy for YOU Magazine

Lucy was interviewed for YOU magazine to discuss her new mini-series, The Ipcress File. Hopefully better quality images will be released later! Take a look at the photoshoot and interview below.

Lucy Boynton: The super-shy superstar

YOUSkyrocketing career, A-list partner, striking looks… you’d expect Bohemian Rhapsody star LUCY BOYNTON to have all the confidence in the world. But, she tells Hattie Crisell, it’s still a work in progress… PHOTOGRAPHS: RACHELL SMITH

Bohemian Rhapsody was the film that cemented Lucy Boynton’s status as a leading Hollywood actress. Playing Freddie Mercury’s partner and devoted best friend Mary Austin, Lucy received critical plaudits and award nominations, all while the film cleaned up at the box office– becoming the biggest biopic of all time. It felt like the ‘arrival moment’ for someone who has been working since she was just 12 years old.

Born in New York to British parents – the journalists Graham Boynton and Adriaane Pielou – Lucy was raised in South London along with her older sister Emma-Louise. (Coincidentally, Adriaane used to work for YOU magazine and brought Lucy into the office as a baby and would take her along to interviews.) Lucy, now 28, is exceptionally striking, with an artfully messy blonde bob, sharp, dark eyebrows and wide eyes. As an actor, she is a clotheshorse; on the red carpet, she’s routinely the best dressed. But on the Sunday morning that we meet, she is almost anonymous in a zip-up navy jumper, and confesses to being a bit anxious – she is decidedly not a show-off. Her mum’s experience has helped: ‘Hearing about interviews with actors from Mum’s point of view made me slightly less intimidated in the beginning – it just made the whole thing a bit more human,’ she says. ‘But I forget it all as soon as I walk into one because I get so nervous.’

She made her screen debut playing a young Beatrix Potter in the biopic Miss Potter. There followed roles in TV adaptations of Ballet Shoes and Sense & Sensibility, before she put the acting on hold to finish school.
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2022 Jan 25

“The Ipcress File” Trailer

Coming Soon to ITV – high octane spy thriller, The Ipcress File starring Joe Cole, as iconic spy Harry Palmer, Lucy Boynton and Tom Hollander.

2022 Jan 15

“Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?” Trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKOrFVv4dy4

Based on Agatha Christie’s 1934 mystery, “Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?” follows Bobby and Frankie as they investigate a suspicious death in their neighborhood and in attempting to solve the mystery, almost get bumped off themselves.

2021 Dec 01

“The Pale Blue Eye” Adds Lucy Boynton

Scott Cooper’s Netflix Pic ‘The Pale Blue Eye’ Adds Gillian Anderson, Lucy Boynton, Timothy Spall, Fred Hechinger, Robert Duvall & More

DEADLINE – Scott Cooper’s Netflix film The Pale Blue Eye has fleshed out its cast, with two-time Emmy winner Gillian Anderson (The Crown), Lucy Boynton (Bohemian Rhapsody), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Antichrist), Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Toby Jones (First Cow), Harry Lawtey (Industry), Simon McBurney (Carnival Row), five-time BAFTA Award nominee Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Hadley Robinson (Moxie), Joey Brooks (Molly’s Game), Brennan Keel Cook (Encounter), Gideon Glick (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Fred Hechinger (The White Lotus), Matt Helm (The Tragedy of Macbeth), Steven Maier (The Plot Against America), Charlie Tahan (Ozark) and Oscar winner Robert Duvall (The Judge) signing on to star alongside the previously announced Harry Melling and Christian Bale.
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