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Juno gave an interview to the British Evening Standard because of her recent venture into science-fiction. It’s also a little recap about her life and career:

Juno Temple is exhibiting remarkable focus. In a make-up chair, in a portable cabin, clad in tracksuit bottoms and a green plastic smock, the actress is discussing her fears about climate change while three people peel back layers of prosthetics from her face.

“This took four-and-a-half hours to create,” says Temple, aged 28. Shortly before, I watched her slice open a carefully constructed prosthetic head to camera. “It’s so badass,” she enthuses, gleeful with the graphic gore of it all. “If you’re not prepared to go balls-to-the-wall with something then don’t sign on in the first place.”

It’s a hot, humid night in a field outside Chicago, where the London-born Temple is wrapping up filming on Autofac, an episode in the anthology series ‘Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams’, to be broadcast on Channel 4 next Monday.

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An extensive search has given us 4 new pictures: A fanmade Instagram photo, two sneak peek images from ‘Electric Dreams’ and a captured image from ‘Wonder Wheel’. After the pictures, there’s a new interview with Juno, who talks about the aforementioned tv-series, and sci-fi, which apparently astonishes her.

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And here comes the interview – beware, it contains spoilers about her ‘Electric Dreams’ episode!

Juno Temple Thinks Science Fiction is More Important Than Ever – “Sci-fi is a subject that is constantly going to challenge us.”

One of the first works of science fiction to feature self-replicating artificial intelligence was Philip K. Dick’s short story “Autofac.” In a post-apocalyptic future, an automated factory continues to send out consumer goods to human survivors, regardless if they want them or not. Ironically or not, the contemporary real-world version of Autofac — a factory that can deliver anything — is probably Amazon, who also serves as the producer of the new science fiction anthology series, ’Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams’. Actress Juno Temple stars in the adaptation of “Autofac” for the series. She spoke to Inverse on Friday — the day the series launched — about her feelings about politics, artificial intelligence, and the importance of science fiction for the future of the human race.

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Two new pictures have been added to existing galleries, one for the sbjct photoshoot, the other for the Italian Vanity Fair shoot:

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Studio Photoshoots  >  2017  >  Session 006

Studio Photoshoots  >  2017  >  Session 005

Beside these pictures, we’ve got a short interview that was made because of the upcoming ‘Electric Dreams’ episode, featuring Juno (check the previous post about this, if you’ve missed it).

Juno Temple would love to do more sci-fi.

The 28-year-old star has filmed an episode of TV show ‘Electric Dreams’, where each installment is a separate Philip K. Dick short story, and although the actress has starred in a number of Hollywood movies – including ‘Maleficent’ and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ – she found the genre to be a “real challenge”.

Temple said: “It’s sci-fi which I’ve never done before which was a real challenge and exciting. I have definitely never said a lot of the words I had to so it was difficult trying to figure out how to make that sound normal in my mouth and it was a challenge, but then this is an amazing job and you do your research and learn a lot about things. It was really interesting reading about AI (artificial intelligence) which I have never really gone into before.”

When asked whether she would like to star in any more sci-fi movies, the actress said she “loved” doing sci-fi. She said: “Sure, definitely. It was an amazing challenge. I hope the episode turned out well but it was a really cool challenge and you start thinking about AI and what they are and how human are they and I really loved it.” (…)

Temple announced the nominees for the BAFTA EE Rising Star Award – which she won back in 2013 – and she said she cannot wait to see what else the actors go on to do. She said: “I think this is such an incredibly strong list and all deserve a win and I can’t wait to see what they keep doing. I am really blown away this year. I’m really excited about all of them.”


Some personal note: I’d love to see her playing an alien in a sci-fi movie:) The site where this text comes from, cites her “Hollywood movies”, but only those, where she had a small (or blink and miss) supporting role – I really hate it, when they do that, because these doesn’t show her talent. It’s interesting to note, that the very recent ‘Wonder Wheel’ isn’t mentioned…

Juno, who has won the aforementioned Rising Star Award in 2013, came back to the event in 2018, this time as a presenter of the nominees! Read the interview about the award and ‘Wonder Wheel’ below, also enjoy three short videos of Juno on BAFTAS:

Actress Juno Temple was in London today to reveal the nominations for the EE Rising Star Award at the BAFTAs. She appeared on stage with jury member Edith Bowman to announce the five actors who will be eligible for the award she won in 2013. (…)

Temple took the time to sit down with Flickering Myth after the nominees were announced at BAFTA HQ.

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This 9 minute video is an interview with Juno and her costar, Justin Timberlake, about their movie ‘Wonder Wheel’.

Personally, as someone who learned how to be a journalist, I think the person asking the questions is really incompetent, just reads letters from a sheet of a paper, and doesn’t react to what the interviewpartners are telling him. The “generic” description is spot on, apart from the last second joke that Juno makes, this isn’t really interesting. Though, probably everyone asks them the same questions over and over again, so it must have been tidious for them as well…

Vanity Fair’s Italian edition featured Juno in their 50th issue, released on December 20th. The pictures are really nice, the title translates to “See the Nudity” – probably referring to her frequent nude/seminude roles.

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Magazine Scan  >  2017  >  Vanity Fair Italy

Juno was a guest in James Corden’s late night talk show again, this time she was accompanied by Armie Hammer. Both of them talked about their new movies, in Juno’s case, it is ‘Wonder Wheel’. The screencaps include two pictures from the aforementioned movie, because a tiny clip was shown during the conversation.

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Television  >  (2017) The Late Late Show with James Corden  >  (2017) The Late Late Show with James Corden

Juno has been featured on the online platform sbjct, as an interesting subject:) The interview featured a lot of great, high quality photos, which were all made public, and that’s a really nice gift for us fans. Here are the pictures, and the interview is following them at the bottom of this post.

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British actress Juno Temple stars in Woody Allen’s latest film, ’Wonder Wheel’, out in theatres today. We caught up with the 28-year old ingénue to learn about her acting roots and the lessons she’s taken away from working with some of Hollywood’s greats.

SBJCT You got your first acting gig at the age of ten – that’s pretty impressive!

JUNO TEMPLE Well, yes and no. It was my dad’s film (he’s a director), and actually I got cut from it!

SBJCT I guess it gave you a taste of the business at least!

JT Well, I got my first job independent from my family when I was 15. My parents both work in the industry, and when I told them at age 14 that I wanted to act, I could tell they were thinking “Oh shit, really?” Because it’s hard, especially for women… You’re so judged on your looks, you get told no a lot, spend lonely time in hotels, and I think my parents were worried about how that would affect me. But when the audition for ’Notes On A Scandal’ came my way, they were supportive – they said I should go and see how many other girls wanted to be actresses. So I went, and I waited in line for two hours with my best friend, and all they did was take a picture of me. The next day I got a phone call saying the director wanted me to come in and read for him, and I couldn’t believe it! I was terrified. It was one of those buildings with really thin walls and I could hear the audition before mine.

Two weeks later I was home with my mum, about to go do the shopping, and she came out to the car in tears. Thinking the worst, I asked her what was wrong, and she told me I’d gotten the part! I couldn’t believe it. But that was the start of it all, I guess.

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Four new pictures have been uploaded to the Gallery from various sources.

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Public Appearances  >  2017  >  14.10. ‘Wonder Wheel’ Press Conference New York

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And here is an interview by GMA News Online, with the four main cast members and the director of ‘Wonder Wheel’. I’ve cut out the pieces that aren’t Juno-related, but the whole interview will be available at the end of the post.

We talked to the award-winning filmmaker and his ‘Wonder Wheel’ cast at the Ritz Carlton in New York. Kate Winslet, Justin Timberlake, Jim Belushi and Juno Temple candidly shared their memorable experiences working with Allen among others.

[Woody Allen] On his directorial style for this movie, as Justin Timberlake said he was intimidated by him, Jim Belushi said Allen asked him to act “stupider,” and told Kate Winslet to be less “actress-y”“I hire these people who are very good. Jim, Kate, Justin, and Juno, they are all good actors. We are very careful before we hire. We look at many tapes. We speak to the people. It doesn’t take a great mind, a great casting director, to cast Kate Winslet or Justin Timberlake. So I hire them.

Then I try not to push too much of my own feeling and let them do what it is that they do that makes everybody like them all the time and makes them so exciting to people. I don’t want to be on top of them and say don’t do this and do it this way and this is what I was thinking of. It doesn’t matter what I was thinking of, because very often, they don’t do it the way I was thinking of. It comes out much better, because it’s more natural for them. It’s just better. So I give the stupidest directions, ‘faster,’ ‘louder,’ ‘better.’ But you don’t have to direct these people. You just have to hire them, not supervise them too much and get in their way.

Once in a while, you do have to tell them, can you speak a little faster? Or, can you walk across the room a little more languidly? But generally speaking, I keep to myself.”

[Kate Winslet] On working with Woody Allen and his process: “It’s really funny because working with Woody and working alongside Jim, Juno and Justin who were all terrified, somehow I felt a little bit like the inflight crew on a plane. You don’t panic when there’s bad turbulence or everybody will start to panic.

If they all see that I’m also terrified then it’ll have this trickle effect. Especially for Juno who I just completely adore and she actually reminded me of myself when I was a younger actress and the fear, the nerves and the feeling of being self-conscious in front of people you admire. I immediately took her by the hand and I said I am going to look after you.

Sometimes, he would just get up in the middle of a scene which we all think is going really rather well and he would shuffle in and he would say ‘no, we have to stop.  Oh, God, I’m just so bored. I want to go home. I am just dying watching you. I want to go home and have dinner.’

For Juno, this would have been a terrible thing for her to hear but I would actually find this funny. I think school of hard knocks. I’m an old lady now. I’ve been doing it for a long time. I can handle it. I don’t mind the honesty as long as someone’s not mean which he never ever is.

[Juno Temple] On working with Justin Timberlake and if she ever wished she had a kissing scene with him: “I know (laughs). Kate got lucky. (Laughs) I’ve not seen him perform as of yet. Hopefully, I will one day.

“Working with him was amazing. He’s such a giving actor and was also so open to running lines and talking scenes through, as was Kate and Jim. I thought we were all in this position of being quite nervous and really wanting to be on our A game with each scene, with each moment.

“I found Justin an incredibly giving actor to work with on camera. He’s just in the scene so profoundly with you, which I think is so amazing when you forget when you’re shooting something, which I also felt that with Kate too. They had this incredible energy about them. They were in high spirits always which was lovely.

“I had an amazing time working with these actors who are really brave, really giving people that I’m very thankful I got to work with. I’d work with each one of them again in a heartbeat.”


This interview was made in May, about her new movie ‘Away’ and about the cancelled series ‘Vinyl’.

The actor stars alongside Timothy Spall in ‘Away’, a new drama set in the seaside town. Did the Lancashire resort’s ‘magic’ help her get over HBO cancelling ‘Vinyl’?

Hello Juno. How are you feeling?

I’m good. I had tonsillitis.

Are you better?

I am now but I’ll be honest, it’s really difficult when you can’t do anything because you can’t swallow or talk. I had to go and see a doctor and get some antibiotics to keep going.

You’re calling from LA. Are you one of those people who flips between accents?

I’ve lived here on and off for about eight years. I find that I try to hold on to my English accent as much as humanly possible, but I do find that you can’t help but stretch into characteristics of what you’re surrounded by. So it’s the cellphone, and the freeway – things like that are inevitable. If I said motorway here, everybody would be like, “what?”

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