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Woody Allen’s upcoming film, “Wonder Wheel”, starring Juno will be released in the USA in this year’s December. The movie is set in the 1950’s, in New York, and alongside Juno it stars Kate Winslet, Justin Timberlake and Jim Belushi.

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Juno stars on a new video music!! This time is The Shelters – Gold, and her performance is great!!!

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Screen Captures > Music Videos > The Shelters – Gold

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The 27-year-old actress – who has starred in movies such as ‘Horns’ and ‘Maleficent’ – revealed she would love to take on the lead role in a biographical film so she could “transform” herself “into somebody the rest of the world knows.”

She said: “I’ve dipped my toes into a fair amount, but dipping your toes doesn’t mean you’ve taken a full dive.

“It would be fun to do a Judd Apatow comedy. It would be fun to do a biopic and really have to transform yourself into somebody the rest of the world knows. I’ve always wanted to play Marilyn Monroe, but Michelle Williams nailed that.”

And while the star waits for a potential offer to fulfill her dream film role, Juno revealed she is tied up with forthcoming TV and film work, including a flick by ‘Irrational Man’ director Woody Allen.

She told The Guardian newspaper: “I’m waiting for a couple of films to come out. I did a film that Woody Allen directed, which was an amazing experience.

Then I’m about to do a thing on TV actually, called ‘Electric Dreams’, and it’s based on Phillip K Dick stories. It’s kind of like ‘Black Mirror’ where each episode is its own bizarre little movie.

Meanwhile, the blonde beauty recently spoke of her frustration about being an “in-between” age in Hollywood.

She said: “There are lots of parts for people who are younger than that in that period and then there are lots of parts for people who are a bit older than that, in their 30s.

“I’m sort of in between. I’m not sure I can really play an 18-year-old anymore, maybe on a good day but honestly, I’m so not 18. So that’s been kind of frustrating this year.”

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The British actress rose to fame as a child star in Notes on a Scandal, St Trinian’s and Atonement, but  thinks that, at 27, she’s now too old to play a teenager and too young to play a woman in her 30s.

“There are lots of parts for people who are younger than that in that period and then there are lots of parts for people who are a bit older than that, in their 30s,” she told the Standard.

“I’m sort of in between. I’m not sure I can really play an 18-year-old anymore, maybe on a good day but honestly, I’m so not 18. So that’s been kind of frustrating this year.”

Temple said that it’s important to tells stories about women in their 20s as “that’s when you’re figuring out who you are there’s so much to write about that.”

“It changes, some years there are brilliant roles and some years there just aren’t,” she said.

Despite being in a difficult age bracket, Temple’s career is going from strength-to-strength after relocating from London to Los Angeles.

 

She stars opposite Timothy Spall in David Blair’s new Blackpool-set drama Away and has just shot her scenes for Woody Allen’s Wonder wheel.

Temple is used to being in the spotlight, being the daughter of rock documentary filmmaker Julien Temple and starring in her first film, Vigo: Passion for Life, aged just eight.

After nearly two decades in the industry, she said she has grown a thicker skin, but still “cries like a baby” when she misses out on a part.

“I don’t think that will go away, and if it does then I should quit doing this because I think it shows I still really care, which is important,” she said.

“It’s more now trying not to take it personally and just allowing yourself to cry about the fact that you’re not going to be able to step into the skin of that character.”

Temple credits her down-to-earth nature with being “real” and accepting that “nobody’s perfect.”

“It’s really important to be you and be real and hang out with people that you love,” she said.

“You can’t be perfect and that’s so not a message that I’d want to send to any young girl who wants to be an actress anyway.”

Away is in cinemas and available on DVD now.

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Public Appearances > 2017 > 11.05 Dior Cruise Runway Show

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Public Appearances > 2017 > 10.05 Christian Dior Cruise 2018 Welcome Dinner

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