At just 26 years old, actress Anya Taylor-Joy has won a Golden Globe award with a career twice her age. Breakthrough with Robert Eggers the witch – An instant success that propelled the actress to stardom – Taylor Joy has since starred in several great productions, including Eggers’ latest single. Northman.
In this action-packed epic, set around the turn of the 10th century, Taylor Joy plays a Slavic slave named Olga. Although this role is unlike anything she’s done before, Taylor Joy is an incredibly versatile actress who doesn’t associate herself with any one genre. Her best movies and series featured here reflect that.
the witch It is a horror film written and directed by Robert Eggers in his first feature-length directorial debut. Set in 1630 New England, the film follows a Puritan family living on the edge of a remote forest that is thrown into a frenzy when their youngest son Samuel is missing and their crops begin to collapse. With no explanation for these misfortunes, all fingers point to Thomasin (Taylor Joy), the eldest daughter of farmer William (Ralph Ineson) and Katherine (Kate Dickey), who convinces her twin siblings that she is a witch.
haunting and atmospheric, the witch Don’t rely on jump scares or cheap tricks to scare your audience. Rather, like the horrors of the A24 that followed (Saint MaudAnd Midsmar), he blends themes of hysteria, shock, and religion to build a sense of awe that culminates in the film’s final scene. Anya Taylor-Joy is incredible in portraying young Thomasin, who desperately wants to be a good girl but finds himself drawn to the dark. As the star of this movie (which is, in many ways, a twisted tale of coming of age), Taylor Joy has the witchas Thomasin comes to possess her evil desires.
Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, split, rip It is a psychological thriller about Kevin Wendell Crump (James McAvoy) who suffers from DID, a man with 23 personalities who kidnaps and holds three teenagers hostage. These victims are best friends Claire (Halle Lou Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica Sola), and social outcast Casey (Taylor Joy). Imprisoned in an underground den, the girls learn about Kevin’s character #24, the monster, and band together to fight him.
Taylor Joy plays the most important role of the three girls as the intelligent and sympathetic Casey. A wonderful character, Casey is a survivor of abuse and relates to Kevin in a way that others cannot; This, combined with her knowledge of survival, gives her the key to their escape. Some of Casey’s best scenes include Changing 9-year-old Hedwig, a loving dancer Kanye West befriends as part of her escape plan. Hedwig delivers plenty of laughs, and his innocence allows for a more sympathetic portrayal of DID touching Casey and the audience.
The Dark Crystal: The Age of Resistance is a Netflix original fantasy series that serves as a prequel to the 1982 Jim Henson movie dark crystal. Set in the world of Thra, the series follows three Gelflings: Ryan (Taron Edgerton), Dett (Natalie Emmanuel), and Brea (Taylor Joy), as they try to save their planet from the corrupt and tyrannical Skeksis, self-declared masters of the Crystal. The Crystal of Truth is the beating heart of Thera, which has become rotten in the hands of the Skeks family, spreading disease throughout the land.
Winner of the Primetime Emmy Award for Best Children’s Program, era of resistance It was well received by critics and audiences alike. Produced by The Jim Henson Company, it shares a lot in common with the original film, including stunning puppetry, production design, and above all voice acting. It is considered one of the most faithful adaptations of all time. Taylor Joy only helps attract audiences who see her character transform from a bored princess into a brave and powerful rebel.
Queen’s gambit It is a Netflix original drama series based on Walter Teves’ 1983 novel of the same name. Starting in the 1950s and ending in the late 1960s, the story follows fictional chess prodigy Beth Harmon (Taylor Joy) as she grows up. The public meets Pete for the first time at the age of nine after her mother’s death, and she is sent to live in an orphanage. Here, she meets Mr. Schieble (Bill Camp), a rude but kind-hearted janitor who teaches her how to play chess. Beth immediately falls in love with the game and over the next decade of her life strives to rise to the top while battling addiction.
Watched by 62 million households in the first 28 days, Queen’s gambit It broke the record for the most-watched limited-text Netflix series to date (a record it has since surpassed cleaner). The miniseries has also won several awards, including 11 Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. This is not surprising. The story is captivating – it explores themes of grief, addiction, and sexuality, as well as chess – and the acting is fantastic. Aside from Taylor-Joy, who is giving off the best performance of her career here, Thomas Brodie-Sangster has been particularly brilliant as her on-screen rival.
Directed by Edgar Wright and co-written by Wright and Christy Wilson Cairns, Last night in Soho A psychological thriller about a young country girl named Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie), whose move to London turns into a nightmare. While studying at the London College of Fashion and unhappy living in its halls, Eloise rents a bed from an elderly woman (Diana Rigg) and dreams her way back to the 1960s where she meets aspiring singer Sandie (Taylor-Joy). A fan of all things vintage, Eloise delights in her time-traveling abilities, until the past begins to haunt her in more ways than one.
The apple of Eloise’s eye, Sandie is a complex character, in many ways, the main character Last night in Soho. The first time an audience sees Sandy – which is always through Eloise’s eyes – they see a self-confident young woman with so much for her. As they spend more time with her, they see her slowly crumble, as life takes her down some dark paths. Sandy’s shock is a major topic in Last night in Soho Which Taylor Joy handles sensitively. Likewise, McKenzie brings that beauty back with her character, and the best scenes in the movie see Eloise trying desperately to protect Sandie.
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