As the premiere of Spectre is getting closer day by day, the promotional campaign has just started and the first beautiful surprise is already out! Léa is gracing the romantic November cover of Vogue UK of which you can find the HQ scan in our gallery. Plus, right below, you can have a look at the interview that Léa made with Dave Bautista and Christoph Waltz in Mexico, in which they talk about their characters and experiences during the shooting of Spectre. Enjoy!
The Lobster’s trailer is finally out and is particularly intriguing. The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos will have its premiere on the 13th of October during the BFI London Film Festival, and the tickets of the event will be on sale starting from the 17th of September at this link. Have a look at the trailer below!
Léa is on the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair France and featured inside in a beautiful editorial titled ‘Léa Seydoux: en vrai‘ which you can now find the scans in our gallery. Check them out!
Magazine Scans > 2015 Publications > Vanity Fair France (September)
Just yesterday Deadline Hollywood published the exclusive news regarding the actress chosen by director Rupert Wyatt to play the female leading role, Belldonna Boudreaux aka Bella, in the new X-Men’s movie “Gambit“. After weeks of rumours and speculations, Léa is the one who’s got offered the part. She was part of the final trio together with Abbey Lee Kershaw (from “Mad Max: Fury Road”) and Rebecca ferguson, but the yesterday’s news confirmed the role in Gambit could possibly go to her. We’ll keep you updated so make sure to keep checking back!
Just a few hours ago, a new “Spectre” behind-the-scenes video has been released. It focuses on two of the four Bond girls: Léa and co-star Monica Bellucci. She talks about her character, Madeleine Swann, her thoughts about working in this project and being the new Bond Girl under the direction of Sam Mendes. Have a look below!
“Madeleine – the character Léa Seydoux is playing – needed to be soulful, feisty and complicated. And I think it’s a pivotal relationship. So it probably couldn’t have been a total newcomer. We needed someone with a certain amount of life experience, maturity. And she’s the sort of whole package.”
– dir. Sam Mendes
With the upcoming release of Benoît Jacquot’s “Diary of a Chambermaid” in Korea on August 6th, a new poster and more stills from the film have surfaced that you can now find in our gallery. Enjoy!
Speaking to the Upcoming back in February, here is what Léa had to say about what seduced her from the project:
“Its originality, its modernity, its particular rhythm– a counter-rhythm, in fact, that could be sensed even when it was still being written. I like movies that are off the beaten track.”
And here it is: the first official trailer for “Spectre“! In this two minutes and a half long trailer, we get to meet and hear Madeleine Swann (Léa’s character) for the first time. You can watch it below along with the high quality screencaptures and new film still that have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!