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Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
By Helena on April 25, 2024 with 0 Comments

I’ve compiled under the cut the most interesting interviews Kaya Scodelario has done in order to promote The Gentlemen, enjoy !
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By Helena on March 30, 2024 with 0 Comments

 

BEHIND THE BLINDS – So, let’s talk Susie Glass and The Gentleman! You play this smart, scary, cockney gangster who runs her father’s weed operation with an iron fist. It’s so refreshing to see the gangster genre making a woman the main protagonist, especially as it’s one of the least progressive genres of the modern era in terms of female agency and representation.

Were you excited when you got the script to see what Guy Ritchie’s vision was for Susie in this male-dominated universe?

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By Helena on March 14, 2024 with 0 Comments

WONDERLAND – Since bagging the role of Effy Stonem at the age of 14, Kaya Scodelario’s tenacity has got her places. From gritty to grueling, her indelible performances have made her a household name – with her new role in Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen pulling her back into the buzz. But Kaya’s complexity also lies in her desire to unpick Hollywood’s fabric. Skins co-star and long-time friend, actor Nicholas Hoult, finds out why.

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By Helena on March 06, 2024 with 0 Comments

COUNTRY AND TOWN HOUSE – Ahead of the release of Guy Ritchie’s new series The Gentlemen, Kaya Scodelario stars on the latest cover of Country & Town House, and speaks to Amy Wakeham about her ‘no arseholes policy’, surviving in a male-dominated industry, how she still gets imposter syndrome – and why we’re still obsessed with Effy, all these years later.

We all love an It Girl. Exactly what makes them ‘it’ can be hard to define – a combination of looks, charisma and style, perhaps – but we can certainly spot them a mile off.

Kaya Scodelario has been an It Girl for 17 years, ever since she made her on-screen debut at the age of 14, striding down a suburban Bristol street in a tartan kilt and smudged eyeliner. Effy in Skins has cast a spell over every generation of teenagers since, with her raven hair, huge blue eyes, and give-no-shits attitude.

It was a role that changed Kaya’s life, putting her on a trajectory that has blasted through Hollywood, blockbusters and indie films, before ending up here, today, in the lobby of the Standard Hotel in King’s Cross. She appears in a trench coat and ankle boots, fresh from a two-day press junket. In person she’s warm, open and straight-talking, with a north London twang to her accent – she was raised just up the road in Camden Town by her single mum. We’re meeting to talk about her role in The Gentlemen, Guy Ritchie’s new Netflix series spin-off of his 2019 film of the same name. But before we get to that, we must start at the very beginning – with Effy.

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