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Added to the gallery the official scans of Moves magazine:

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Magazine Scan > 2016 > MOVES NY April




Last month, Juno was interviewed by HuffPost Entertainment! We now have caps and the video available:

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Screen Captures > Interviews > 2016 – HuffPost Entertainment




Q: Your father Julien Temple once did a film about the Sex Pistols. Did he give you any insight into the punk rock era as you prepared for your role on “Vinyl”?

A: He’s done a few. He did them about the Clash and Dr. Feelgood, and he was such a huge ’70s punk rocker back in the day, so I asked him a hell of a lot of questions. But also like truly, I’m not joking, I spend my life kind of living in a sort of ’70s universe. … All my vinyl collection is pretty much 1970s records.

Q: What are your favorite bands?

A: I’m a huge Iggy Pop fan. I love Iggy Pop so much. I love the Rolling Stones. I love the Modern Lovers. I love Lou Reed. I love Big Star. I love David Bowie. I love Tom Petty. My brother actually started just getting me into this kind of weird … like late-’60s psychedelic music, like Can, and I’ve been super down with that. And then I like stuff from a little earlier, too. Like I love Howlin’ Wolf and I think it’s so great because you can so hear how he would have inspired the Rolling Stones to make so much of their music. So that’s what I love about music, is that you can really listen to what inspired people of the next generation. You know?

Q: Yes, you can hear the influence of earlier artists in what came later.

A: Yeah, totally. Television – oh, “Marquee Moon” is such a great album. Blondie – yeah, I love the ’70s, man. Because nothing has been better than it, personally. I mean, grunge, I was a big fan of ’90s grunge, too. I’m a big fan of ’90s grunge and some pretty great bands came out in the ’90s and like shoegaze music and stuff like that. I was a big fan of that.

 




Appearing on screen since she was 17, Juno Temple has celebrated a few firsts on set – especially on Vinyl, the HBO drama about a record executive desperately trying to keep his label afloat. Temple, now 26, plays Jamie Vine, an ambitious assistant who has her eyes set on a permanent A&R position and the sexy lead singer of the Nasty Bits played by James Jagger. (Yes, the son of The Rolling Stones lead singer and co-creator of Vinyl, Mick Jagger.)

Vinyl just so happens to be the starlet’s first series, following a string of notable film roles, including Atonement, The Dark Knight Rises, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, and Black Mass. “I was pretty terrified about the idea of TV, if I’m being truly honest,” Temple tells ET ahead of the series’ finale, which airs on Sunday, April 17.

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“What if I want to do an independent film in Milwaukee or Australia? You’ve locked yourself down. It’s kind of a daunting thought,” Temple explains. Now that she’s survived the first season, however, she’s grown comfortable with the commitment, which she compares to a marriage, as well as the fear of wanting to philander with other projects.
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Television > (2016) VINYL > VinylCuts

Interview With Juno Temple

HBO

This episode is a big turning point for Jamie — Aunt Bellamy throws her out and she hooks up with Kip and Alex. How did you react when you read the script?

Juno Temple

I definitely didn’t see all of that coming! I really didn’t expect Bellamy to kick her out. I thought she would be there for Jamie, would continue to be an ally against her mother. Not only is Jamie heartbroken after this happens, she has nowhere to go, and I think that makes her put even more walls up. She doesn’t want to turn up at Kip’s place, she doesn’t want to rely on him — she wants to fend for herself.

Also, they haven’t yet committed to being boyfriend and girlfriend. They’re more like lovers so moving in with him pushes her into a relationship she’s not prepared to have. She really likes Kip, but Jamie knows he’s her golden ticket at American Century. What happens if you fuck it up?

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It’s always a good thing when your work aligns with your passions and for Juno Temple, that means acting on a show that centers something she cares deeply about: music. “I like listening to all of my music on vinyl, I really do,” Temple tells Bustle, immediately realizing how meta it sounds since she currently stars as Jamie Vine on HBO’s Vinyl. But it’s clear how much she genuinely means that. “What I like with music is listening to an album beginning to end to listen to the story.”

It’s safe to say that as an A&R assistant at Vinyl‘s American Century Records, Temple’s character would agree with this sentiment. Jamie Vine is not a real person from music history, but over the course of the series’ first season, she’s proven to have an ear for innovation that just may help her discover a soon-to-be icon. While her associates are busy searching out another classic rock ‘n’ roll star, Jamie sets her sights on something much more ambitious: inventing punk. Fittingly, when I ask Temple what real ’70s stars she would like to see portrayed on Vinyl next — since the series has already featured depictions of artists like Alice Cooper — she lists punk legends.Vinyl animated GIF

“I hope we go into the world of CBGB’s, the real punk stuff,” Temple says. “The Ramones and people like Television would be so cool. How great would it be to see young Iggy Pop?” The 26-year-old also says that she would be a fan of Vinyl‘s own punk act, The Nasty Bits, if they were a real band. “I would have had a total meltdown over Kip Stevens,” she says of the band’s fictional lead singer. “He’s so angry… and such a babe.”

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She played a child in Atonement, a rebel in St Trinian’s – and has now finally come of age in Martin Scorsese’s Vinyl. She talks about famous friends, on-screen nudity and being a ‘quirky weirdo’

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Studio Photoshoots > 2016 > Session 008 for The Guardian

 

 

Juno Temple sits down in a Los Angeles coffee shop, a bundle of energy in a comfy tracksuit, headphones around her neck and waves of blond hair piled on her head like a pineapple. She orders an almond milk latte, and apologises in advance for any strange scratching that may occur, because she was bitten by mosquitoes during the night. “And there’s one bite on my back that is so bad, I had to scratch it with a fork to reach it. I was really getting my Baloo the bear on.” A fork? “Well, a plastic one – I wasn’t aiming for actual bloodshed. I once used a fork to comb my hair,” Temple says, “because there was a time when I didn’t own a hairbrush. I can’t remember what film I was shooting, but I was staying in a hotel in London – and the fork worked! I felt like Ariel,” she adds, wistfully, meaning the Disney mermaid. “God,” she says, seeing my fascination at these cutlery improv situations, “you’re never going to let me live forks down, are you?”
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Juno Temple was never going to be cast as the high school sweetheart, but as the star of HBO’s new drama, Vinyl, she’s got something much more exciting up her sleeve…

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Studio Photoshoots > 2016 > Session 005 for ID Magazine
If New York City needs a new tourism ambassador to replace Taylor Swift, then the Big Apple should look to Juno Temple. The 26-year-old actress may be London-born, Somerset-bred and a resident of Los Angeles but since spending six months filming in New York she has fallen for the city, hard. It’s not that Juno’s tired of the West coast, just that the East offers something different. “Los Angeles is all about the entertainment industry,” she explains. “Not that that’s a bad thing, I’ve been here seven years and have had a great time. But I really felt in New York that it’s such a minestrone soup of different people and backgrounds and ideas and jobs. I found it very thrilling to walk into a bar and find it not just full of people from the entertainment industry.”
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From executive producers Martin Scorsese (who directed the pilot), Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, the new HBO drama series Vinyl (which has already been picked up for a second season), set in 1970s New York, is a ride through the sex-and-drug-addled music business at the dawn of punk, disco and hip-hop. And it’s all seen through the eyes of record label president Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale), who is trying to save his company and his soul without destroying everyone in his path. The series also stars Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple, James Jagger, Ato Essandoh, Max Casella, P.J. Byrne, Jack Quaid, J.C. MacKenzie, Birgitte Hjort Sørensen and Paul Ben-Victor.

During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Juno Temple (who plays Jamie, an ambitious assistant in the A&R Department of American Century whose passion for music could possibly help propel her career) talked about being in awe of her character, auditioning for Martin Scorsese, being directed by him for the pilot, what made this one of the most fulfilling experiences of her life, what makes her character so ambitious, whether she’s really that fearless, what she personally thinks of The Nasty Bits, and how excited she is to learn about where things will go in Season 2.
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Juno Temple is part of V Magazine new issue with the letter ‘T’ on their new ‘Alphabet’ featurette:

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Studio Photoshoots > 2016 > Session 007 for V Magazine

Magazine Scan > 2016 > V 100 Issue




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