Friday, December 8, 2017 News , Photos , Public Appearances

Hey guys, first of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates lately but they are coming! To start with the updates, Angourie attended the 7th AACTA Awards on December 06th and I added several high-quality pictures of her at the red carpet and the ceremony where she presented an award alongside Nicholas Hamilton. You can also watch a video, by Screen Australia, below where you can see Angourie at the red carpet and giving a little interview.




Public Appearances > 2017 > December 06: 7th AACTA Awards – Arrivals

Public Appearances > 2017 > December 06: 7th AACTA Awards – Ceremony

Friday, October 6, 2017 Movies , News

Angourie Rice has signed on to star in the period drama Ladies in Black, director Bruce Beresford’s adaptation of Madeleine St. John’s 1993 best-selling Australian novel The Women in Black.

The Australian actress, who since last year has appeared in Spider-Man: HomecomingThe Beguiled and The Nice Guys, will return home to Sydney for the feel-good film, in which she will star alongside Julia Ormond (Mad Men) and Rachel Taylor (Jessica JonesTransformers).

Set in 1959 in the high-end department store Goodes, Ladies in Black tells the story of shy schoolgirl Lisa (Rice) who takes a summer job at the store while waiting for the results of her final exams. There she meets the “ladies in black,” the glamorous Goodes employees. Beguiled and influenced by Magda (Ormond), the vivacious manager of the high-fashion floor and befriended by fellow saleswomen Fay (Taylor) and Patty, Lisa grows from a bookish girl to a glamorous, positive young woman, becoming a catalyst for a cultural change in everyone’s lives.


Thursday, June 29, 2017 News , Photos , Public Appearances

Angourie yesterday attended the LA premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming and I added a bunch of high-quality pictures to the gallery. She looked stunning as always so make sure to check the pictures below



Public Appearances > 2017 > June 28: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Los Angeles Premiere

Thursday, June 22, 2017 News , Photos

These Are the Fresh Faces You Need to Look for on Every Red Carpet

WHO: Angourie Rice

WHAT: Landing a role opposite Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell under the direction of Sofia Coppola would be a career milestone for any actress. And Rice is living the dream at just 16 years old as she plays the role of Jane in The Beguiled. Later this year, Rice will promote her next role, of Betty Brant in the anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming, but trust: You’ll want to see this Australian actress pour on the Southern charm (and chills) in Coppola’s Civil War–era thriller when it premieres June 23.

The biggest challenge in playing my role of Jane in The Beguiled is… “the Southern belle accent. I had to practice a lot to get the accent right. Funny enough, the hardest word for me to say was Jane. Also, eating lunch in a corset was quite challenging. All the girls would lie down for five minutes after lunch before starting work again.”

The best part about being one of the youngest cast members of The Beguiled is… “being able to see professional, talented people at work. I’ve loved Sofia’s work for a while, and I was so excited to get to work with her. The whole cast of The Beguiled was so much fun to work with—I couldn’t wait to get to set every day. The sense of community was really strong, and that made it a great shoot. I learned a new thing every day. Did you know that in Louisiana, people pin money to your clothes on your birthday?”

As far as my own sense of style, I describe it as… “mostly simple, sometimes a bit outrageous. For example, I own two T-shirts with a drawing of my dog printed on them.”

But if I ever had the hance to switch closets, I’d definitely pick… “Emma Watson’s closet. I really admire how she only wears sustainable fashion on the red carpet; I think it’s very important to keep our world clean.”

The three things currently sitting in my shopping cart waiting to be purchased are… “this chiffon pleated mid-length skirt from Uniqlo. I love swishy skirts, and this particular one is gorgeous. I also love the burgundy color.

“This checked open-back wrap dress from Ora Ethical Fashion. This brand works with a community of women in Jodhpur, Northern India, who handcraft the garments using ethically and sustainably sourced Indian fabrics. Aside from their amazing philosophy, their garments are gorgeous. The fabric is sensational, and I love how simple and clean this particular dress is.

“This black wrap jumpsuit from The Only. I love jumpsuits because you don’t have to worry about coordinating a top and a bottom.”


Source: Who What Wear



Photo Sessions > 2017 > Session 03

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 News , Photos

Angourie is part of the newest issue of Nylon Magazine and I have added 5 pictures of her shoot for the magazine. Make sure to grab your copy to read Angourie’s interview!

If Angourie Rice is any indication, there may now exist a generation for whom Ryan Gosling is less of a total babe and more of a “cool uncle.” The 16-year-old Australian actress, who memorably portrayed Gosling’s sassy, kindhearted daughter in 2016’s neo-noir comedy The Nice Guys, believes she landed her breakout role because she didn’t see Gosling as a heartthrob. “I never had a pillowcase with his face on it, and that worked in my favor,” she says. Rice is Skyping from her home in Melbourne, curled up on the sofa in her pajamas next to her dog, a whippet named Lola. It’s tomorrow morning there, and she’s only just woken up. “The future is pretty good so far,” she assures me.

The rare rising star who attends a regular high school, Rice is zealous about her academic pursuits, even with two huge summer movies on the horizon—Spider-Man: Homecoming and Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled.She’s currently busy preparing a speech for English class on the absence of career diversity for women in film. In fact, when Rice was offered the role of Betty Brant, who predates Mary Jane as Spidey’s love interest, she needed a few weeks to consider what it would mean for her schoolwork. Also, she was nervous. “Once you’re in the universe,” she says, referring to Marvel’s ever-expanding cinematic world, “you can’t play another character. That’s it. You are that person forever. So, you know, it’s a bit of responsibility.”

The hardest part was withholding the news from her friends. When she departed for the Atlanta, Georgia, set last spring, her casting had yet to be announced. “I had to stifle every bit of excitement and push it deep down,” she says, wandering outside to her front yard. Marvel is famous for its “I’d tell you, but I’d have to kill you” policy—even now there’s little she can share. “Atlanta was stinking hot,” she offers. Nice try, Angourie (pronounced An-GOWER-y, after a surfer beach in New South Wales where her grandmother’s ashes were scattered). Since Tobey Maguire stepped into the role in 2002, Spider-Man has appeared on the big screen enough times for us to know a little of what to expect from this latest version, starring newcomer Tom Holland (The Lost City of Z)—like, say, an iconic kiss? “No comment,” says Rice, laughing, before relenting just a little: “They really wanted to bring youth to it, so this one is very much about high school life.”

Around Halloween last year, Rice also traveled to New Orleans to shoot The Beguiled, an adaptation of Thomas Cullinan’s 1966 Civil War-era novel that follows a wounded Union soldier who takes refuge in a Southern girls’ academy where sexual tensions slowly erupt. Though it’s technically a remake of the 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood—an old trailer hilariously describes Eastwood falling prey to “these man-deprived women, these man-eager girls”—Rice hasn’t seen the original. “Yeah, I don’t think that’s what Sofia wanted,” she says, laughing again. Coppola flips the script to tell the story from the perspective of the female characters, played by Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Rice’s role model, Elle Fanning. Rice plays Jane, one of the few girls unruffled by the intrusion of the soldier (Colin Farrell). “I’m like, he’s making you all googly-eyed, snap out of it!” she says.

Rice spent much of the time on set enjoying one of her favorite American exports, Ben & Jerry’s Half-Baked ice cream, with her younger castmates and trying not to disturb the spirit of a ghost dog rumored to haunt a nearby house. She recalls a beautiful, giggly revelry when everyone came together to shoot the film’s climactic dinner scenes, although admits she was downright terrified during an onscreen confrontation with Farrell. “I thought he was going to kill me—that’s how good he is,” she says, reenacting her barely suppressed anxiety: “In the back of my head, I had to keep saying, ‘It’s fine, he’s lovely, remember he was telling you that he keeps granola bars in his backpack in case he gets hungry.’”

It’s hardly surprising that Rice, who prefers classic films like Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Kiss Me Kate to Disney fare, continually gets cast in roles that demand an uncommon maturity. She comes by her profession authentically—mom is a playwright, dad is a theater director. In primary school, Rice would head across the street after class to where her parents were staging plays, and one time found herself reciting an entire monologue from a production called The Fiction Makers during the ride home. “That’s probably where I fell in love with performing,” she says.

At the moment, it’s Easter break, and Rice is waiting for word on a few roles that she’s keen on. She admires the careers of Saoirse Ronan and Rowan Blanchard, but she’s also happy when she doesn’t have to leave her life behind. “Every time I come back things have changed without me, and I have to find my way again,” she says. Her closest friends occasionally tease her about hanging out with celebrities while they study for math tests, but their support has kept her feeling normal. “They have their own things that they do,” she says. “This is my thing.” Then she says goodbye, and gets back to finishing a science report.



Photo Sessions > 2017 > Session 02

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 News , Photos

Back in March, Angourie got together with Cinema Australia and did an interview and photo session with them, below you can watch the interview and the picture from the session.

Angourie Rice sits down with Cinema Australia’s Matthew Eeles to discuss her new film Jasper Jones and her career so far.



Photo Sessions > 2017 > Session 01

Monday, June 19, 2017 News

EXCLUSIVE: MGM has acquired the rights to produce Every Day, the feature adaptation to David Levithan’s bestselling YA novel that Michael Sucsy will direct with Angourie Rice starring. Me And Earl and the Dying Girl scribe Jesse Andrews adapted the novel, and with MGM aboard, the film has been fast tracked to begin production next month in Toronto.  Pic is a co-production between Likely Story and Filmwave, and Christian Grass, Paul Trijbits, Anthony Bregman and Peter Cron are producing. Rice plays Rhiannon, a shy teenage girl who falls in love with an entity named A, who travels and inhabits a new body of another teenage boy or girl in the area each day. Sucsy is the Emmy and Golden Globe winning director of The Vow and Grey Gardens, and Rice is perhaps best known for playing the daughter of Ryan Gosling’s character in the Shane Black-directed The Nice Guys. She next will be seen opposite Kristen Dunst, Nicole Kidman and Elle Fanning in The Beguiled, the drama that won Best Director prize for Sofia Coppola at Cannes last month, and she co-stars with Tom Holland in Spider-Man: Homecoming this summer. The novel was published in 2012 by the Random House imprint Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers, with a companion and sequel book coming. Levithan is a publisher and editorial director at Scholastic who with John Green wrote YA books Will Grayson, Will Grayson, and with Rachel Cohn wrote Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist. Matt Dines, MGM’s VP, Production is overseeing the project on behalf of the studio, and the project reunites Sucsy with MGM’s chairman/CEO Gary Barber and Motion Picture Group president Jonathan Glickman, after they worked together on The Vow at Spyglass Entertainment. Sucsy is repped by UTA, Anonymous Content and Bloom Hergott; Andrews by WME and MXN Entertainment; and Rice by WME and Catherine Poulton Management.


source: deadline

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