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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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Films  >  (2017) Wonder Wheel  >  Production Stills

Television  >  (2017) Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams  >  Behind the Scenes

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.”

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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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Two things from last year: First is an Instagram photo that depicts Juno in mid-transformation for the series ‘Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams’; the second is a scan from a Hungarian weekly magazine, called Nők Lapja (Women’s Paper) about ‘Wonder Wheel’.

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Miscellaneous  >  Instagram Pictures

Magazine Scan  >  2017  >  Nők Lapja

Translation for the article:

MOVIE – ‘Wonder Wheel’ – Premiere date: December 7. Only for audiences above 16 years of age! Distributor: Cinetel Kft.

Some say, Woody Allen was afraid that Kate Winslet won’t like his script. He was wrong. The gritty actress happily went for the shooting, which this time took place in New York’s uniquely atmospheric part,  Coney Island, a place, where the same company sells hot dogs since 1916, and the rollercoaster operates since 1927. In Woody Allen’s newest film, four peoples’ lives intertwine and change under the course of a single day. The main cast is made up from the aforementioned ‘Titanic’-actress, alongside Justin Timberlake, Juno Temple, and Jim Belushi, who we all know from the ‘K-9’ movie. It’s obvious, that only something spectacular could come out of this!

Little interesting fact: The Hungarian subtitle literally means “giant wheel”, which is our word for the ferris-wheel.




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…




The We Blab Entertainment online magazine asked our help in assembling a Top 10 of Juno’s best roles. JasonX helped the article’s writer, Daniel Hoyos, who published this list, which could be considered our official Top 10 list as well.

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The picture here can be found in our Gallery: Miscellaneous  >  Others

We wish a Happy New Year to all our followers, readers and visitors!




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




(One of) 2017’s best photoshoot(s) was the great quality and totally free picture set from sbjct. The site has released the rest of the shoot this week, and we are proud to present them here as well!

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Magazine Scan  >  2017  >  sbjct




This article has been tweeted to us. In it, the author assembled a list of 19 actors/actresses, whom they think deserve at least a nomination at the Academy Awards, but somehow the people in charge of this always ignore them at the right time. Among the 19, there is Juno, who came under the spotlight because of ‘Wonder Wheel’. Here’s what the article says about her – a little bit spoilerish about the movie, but not very much;)

In Woody Allen’s ‘Wonder Wheel’set in the mid 1950s, Juno Temple plays a comically naive Brooklyn girl who ratted to the FBI about the Mob after she fell out with her gangster husband. The role is a caricature: Allen narrowly avoided writing Carolina as a bimbo, but she is a bright woman who aspires to becoming an English teacher. At the start of the movie, she arrives at her estranged dad’s Coney Island amusement park home terrified because a contract’s been put on her life.

Wearing a permanently stunned look, Carolina tries to pick up the pieces while she’s in hiding and starts going to night school; men flock around her, of course. It says much for Temple’s growing authority as an actress that she renders Caroline poignant and philosophical; she doesn’t chastise herself for falling in love with the wrong guy when she was 20. But she’s one of those people who can’t get out of their own way: the last walk she takes in the film is haunting.

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My humble opinion is that her big roles, like in ‘Dirty Girl’, ‘Cracks’, ‘Away’ or even in ‘The Brass Teapot’ deserved the attention, and Allen is not the first world-famous director she worked with (remember Martin Scorsese in ‘Vinyl’?). All of these prove her talent and greatness. I hope one day, she’ll be recognized at the Oscars!




As I’ve promised yesterday, here is a magazine scan. It’s from a Hungarian monthly movie magazine, called VOX, translation of the text will be included after the pictures. As for the rest, here are the Juno-related instagram pictures we’ve collected in the last weeks!

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Magazine Scan  >  2017  >  VOX Magazin

Miscellaneous  >  Juno Temple Instagram  >  2017

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