Claire FOY
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April 15, 2018 Stef Appearances Leave a Comment

New photos Claire at the The Girl in the Spider’s Web photocall held in Stockholm, Sweden on Friday have been added to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions!

April 15, 2018 Stef Magazines Leave a Comment

New scans Claire from 2018 have been added to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions!

April 15, 2018 Stef Movies, Unsane Leave a Comment

New photos of Claire in Unsane have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

February 24, 2018 Stef Appearances Leave a Comment

New photos of Claire at the Unsane premiere held at the 68th Berlinale International Film Festival have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

January 10, 2018 Stef Appearances Leave a Comment

New photos of Claire at the 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

December 11, 2017 Stef Articles & News, The Crown Leave a Comment

By: Shirley Li

Claire Foy made Peter Morgan’s job easy. As Queen Elizabeth II on The Crown, the 33-year-old actress delivered a Golden Globe-winning performance the show’s creator says he depended on throughout the first two seasons of the Netflix period drama. “I don’t have to give her fireworks to make her feel like she’s the epicenter of everything,” he explains. “With Claire, you could push her in any direction. Her comic timing is good, her sense of tragedy is good…. No matter what we gave her to do, she would be able to do it, so that gave me enormous freedom as a writer.”

Though Foy departs the show along with the rest of its principal cast after season 2, she’s already scored her next role, as troubled hacker Lisbeth Salander in the Dragon Tattoo sequel The Girl in the Spider’s Web (slated for 2018). Here, she talks the end of her small-screen sovereignty. (Spoilers for The Crown season 2 ahead!)

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was it like saying goodbye to Elizabeth during your final scene?
CLAIRE FOY: It was surreal. It’s very difficult to prepare yourself for that moment. Ultimately what you end up feeling is just sort of confused and that you need to go home and have a lie-down, really.

Season 2 delves deeper into examining Elizabeth’s restraint, even while those around her fail her. What was the key to tapping into that?
I think the moments when Elizabeth really becomes angry is when she’s lied to. She’s been very disappointed by the men in her life for their lack of endurance. She feels left out, and what makes her angry more than anything else in the world is the sense that people aren’t trying their best.
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