Little by little the name of Florence Pugh begins to gain more relevance: she debuted as an actress in 2014 and since then her career has not stopped growing at any time. Starred Midsummer, was nominated for Oscar for its role in Little Women and recently hit theaters with her charismatic Yelena in Black Widow. 2022 also promises to be a great year for the British artist who is now working for The Wonder, the new of Netflix.
It’s about a psychological thriller that next year will be incorporated into the platform’s catalog. The release date has not yet been published but its production has already announced that it will be a story based on the novel by Emma Donoghue. In this sense, it will be set in 1862 where an English nurse will be taken to a small Irish town to observe a girl who claims to have survived without food for months.
Regarding this first look, Florence Pugh pointed out in her account of Instagram“We’ve been touring the Irish hills for the last week and it really was a great start to a beautiful and exciting movie.” He also wrote: “What a great story, what a good team and how fantastic the director Sebastian Lelio to guide us! This will be fun”:
It is not the first time that Donoghue’s stories have been brought to the big screen. In 2016 and under the direction of Lenny Abrahamson, it was released Room, translated as The room for Latin America. Her success was such that the protagonist Brie Larson she won the Oscar for best actress. This tape is also available on Netflix, showing that the platform hopes to generate something similar with The Wonder.
What is the next step in Florence Pugh’s career?
The present of Florence Pugh is wonderful, as well as her future that does not stop promising great films. The premiere of Don’t Worry Darling, the film directed by Olivia Wilde which will also have the presence of Harry Styles. In it, she will play Alice, a housewife from the 1950s who lives with her husband in a “utopian experimental community” full of haunting secrets.
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