Magazine Scans

Daisy graces the cover of Entertainment Weekly as her ‘Star Wars’ character Rey for the August 18 issue. The feature includes new images and interviews about ‘The Last Jedi’. Digital scans are now available in our gallery, thanks to our friend Luciana.

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Magazine Scans > 2017 > Entertainment Weekly (August 18)
Magazine Scans

I’ve added scans from the latest issue of Empire magazine, featuring ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ with a new promotional picture!

Magazine Scans

As you know, the cast of ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi‘ graces the cover of Vanity Fair (Summer 2017 issue). We’ve updated the gallery with digital scans of the full feature, thanks to our friend Mouza!

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Magazine Scans > 2017 > Vanity Fair (Summer)
Magazine Scans

As posted earlier this week, Entertainment Weekly gave us the first look at Daisy’s upcoming film Murder On The Orient Express. The gallery has been updated with HQ digital scans! Check them out!

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Magazine Scans > 2017 > Entertainment Weekly (May 12)
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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – All aboard! And we mean all aboard!

It is no exaggeration to say that a goodly portion of planet Earth’s most famous residents have gathered today at Longcross Studios outside London to shoot a scene set at Stamboul (now Istanbul) train station for director Sir Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express (out Nov. 22). Branagh, who also plays Christie’s famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, is present and properly dressed in 1930s-era attire. So too are Star Wars heroine Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeiffer, Willem Dafoe, Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr., and British acting royalty Dame Judi Dench and Sir Derek Jacobi. But wait, there’s more. In one corner of the soundstage, Josh Gad and Olivia Colman (Broadchurch) are discussing the Police Academy franchise; Penélope Cruz is gliding past the re-creation of a vintage train talking on her phone in Spanish; and Johnny Depp is ruminating to your reporter about the likelihood of his character’s long brown coat being made out of leather. “I’m feeling like it’s fake,” he says — incorrectly, as the film’s Oscar-winning costume designer, Alexandra Byrne (Elizabeth: The Golden Age), will later attest. However the most eye-catching sight is not a person but a thing: the fake mustache sported by Branagh. The item is so extravagantly outsize it almost seems more alien face-hugger than facial fuzz. “When I saw it I was like, Holy moly!” says Ridley. “But this is a larger-than-life story, so why not make the mustache larger, too?”

Poirot is always well-groomed, whether on the page or the screen. The Belgian’s care over his appearance reflects an obsessively meticulous nature, which enables him to investigate the most complex and horrific of crimes, including the brutal attack at the center of Murder on the Orient Express. First published in 1934, and inspired by Christie’s journeys on the real-life luxury locomotive which then ran between Istanbul and Paris, the book finds Poirot investigating a fatal stabbing. With the Orient Express marooned in a snowdrift and the murderer trapped on the train, Poirot interrogates a dozen or so suspects before gathering them together to hear him solve the case. The book’s large number of supporting characters allowed Branagh to cast stars keen to take roles that were chunkier than cameos but did not demand too much of their time. Even so, putting together a schedule capable of catering to the collective calendars of Depp, Pfeiffer, Cruz, et al. was no easy feat. “It was a ton of planning, I’ll tell you,” the director concedes. “A delicate web of availability.”

Murder on the Orient Express may squeeze about as many famous folks as is physically possible into a single movie. But the cover story on Branagh’s film is just the start of starry shenanigans you’ll find in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly. Elsewhere, Ridley Scott looks back on his career; Zoe Saldana looks forward to making four Avatar sequels; and Tituss Burgess looks at life through the bottom of a wine glass as EW writer Bill Keith spends a very happy hour with the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star. Plus!!! To commemorate Mother’s Day, John Waters, and Kathleen Turner recall the making of comedy classic Serial Mom.

Magazine Scans, Portraits

Daisy, John Boyega, Mark Hamill and Kelly Marie Tran are all featuring in a new ‘The Last Jedi’ portrait during Star Wars Celebration for the latest issue of People magazine. Check out our gallery!

Magazine Scans

Daisy is on the cover of the May 23-29 issue of The Big Issue magazine. She talks about ‘Only Yesterday’ and ‘The Force Awakens’. Make sure to grab your copy and to check the scans in our gallery!

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > The Big Issue (May 23)
Magazine Scans

Daisy is featured in the June issue of Empire magazine for winning the award of Best Female Newcomer during the Jameson Empire Awards earlier this year. Once again, many thanks to my friend AliKat for the scans.

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Magazine Scans > 2016 > Empire (June)
Magazine Scans

Added a scan of Daisy featuring in the May 2, 2016 issue of People magazine. (Thanks to AliKat)

Magazine Scans

Thanks to Claudia, we added two scans from the January 8 issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. Make sure to check the latest additions to the magazine scans in our gallery!