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On April 1st Juno was seen walking around NY going to Smile Restaurant:

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Out & About > 2016 > April 01, 2016 – Going to Smile restaurant in NY




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Television > (2016) VINYL > Episodes Screencaps > Episode 8




Juno was seen leaving The Bowery Hotel in NY City. Seems like she isn’t filming The Most Hated Woman in America in LA anymore, or they moved the filming to NY.

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Out & About > 2016 > March 31, 2016 – Leaving The Bowery Hotel in New York City




Juno is featured on Instyle UK May issue with the same photoshoot as the US magazine:

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Magazine Scan > 2016 > INSTYLE UK ‘Supernatural’ May




Added two new outtakes from ID Magazine photoshoot!

Studio Photoshoots > 2016 > Session 005 for ID Magazine




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Television > (2016) VINYL > Episodes Screencaps > Episode 7




Added two new HQ sized promotional pictures from Vinyl!

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Television > (2016) VINYL > Promotional Photos






Sadly only one scene with Juno but yet, looking good 🙂

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Television > (2016) VINYL > Episodes Screencaps > Episode 6




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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