Interview Magazine featured both stars of “Blue is The Warmest Color” Léa and Adèle in their latest issue. The interview is worth reading and the black and white editorial that comes along is magnificent. Check them out!
WOLFF: When you won the award at Cannes, it was practically simultaneous to gay marriage winning approval in France after a lengthy battle. Do you think the film is ultimately a political statement?
SEYDOUX: Yeah, it’s a very good coincidence and I think the coincidence took place because this film is very modern. It’s not militant but it’s engaged. It should be normal to tell a story about two women.
Great news! It has been announced that Léa has been cast in a new English-language film: “Lobster“. It will be directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and it looks like she will have some really talented co-stars including Jason Clarke, Ben Whishaw and Olivia Colman.
Deadline describes the plot as an “unconventional love story set in a dystopian future where finding a partner is a matter of life and death.” The production is eyeing a March 2014 start. Source
You can also read a new article on ‘Blue is the Warmest Colour‘ published in the LA Times with a beautiful set of pictures of both Léa and Adèle that accompany it.
In an interview together in Los Angeles in September, the actresses said they both knew of Kechiche’s unusual production process and were excited by it, even if giving themselves over to him entirely was a challenge.
“He really has his own way of making films,” said Seydoux. “I knew that with this process you can go very far in the intimacy and the emotions.” Read More
And for spanish speaking fans, you can read a very interesting interview with Léa about ‘Blue is the Warmest Colour‘ or ‘La Vida de Adele‘ in the online version of El País here.
Here it is! The first official trailer for The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson has been released yesterday. Léa is part of the cast and she’s in the trailer too, you just have to pay attention to a certain maid around minute 0:55. Can you spot her? Watch the
The wait is over and ‘La Vie d’Adèle‘ is finally out in cinemas in France today! However, if you don’t live in France, you can check when the film is released in your country here and watch this new scene to make the wait less excruciating. Enjoy!