(FPD) Your comprehensive source for all things Florence Pugh
Florence Pugh Daily is your first and largest source for everything about actress Florence Pugh since Summer 2019. You may know her for her role as 'Amy March' in Little Women or more recently as 'Yelena Belova' on the long awaited Black Widow. Here you'll find all the latest medias, videos, interviews, high quality photos, and more. For all news related to her be sure to check out our twitter account.
  • September 20 - New theme!
  • August 16 - First look at ‘The Wonder’
  • August 04 - Florence Pugh for The Outnet
  • July 27 - Studio 7 by Cartier
  • July 23 - Josh Shinner photoshoot
  • July 16 - S Moda
  • ABOUT HER YOUTH / PERSONAL LIFE

    • I grew up in a very loud and dramatic household, and we loved being in the spotlight.

    ABOUT HER CAREER / HOLLYWOOD

    • There’s always going to be pressure, and there’s always going to be an area where you disappoint. As a storyteller, you have to understand that.
    • I think it’s so interesting which ways your career can go. I would have been a completely different actor doing a completely different story, and I would have missed ‘Lady Macbeth.’
    • Why shouldn’t there be more epic, brilliant female characters onscreen?
    • The women I’m attracted to playing I hope will mean something to someone.
    • There’s a reason why there’s a problem with bodies, and it’s because you never actually get to see any normal versions of them.
    • I have been enormously lucky. My first role was in a great film by a woman director.
    • I know that my way of tackling a character is very different.
    • I don’t think I’m going to be an international sex symbol. I mean, I know I’m not going to be an international sex symbol.
    • It’s always shocking when you see a modern woman in a period storyline. It doesn’t make sense.
    • I am learning on every job I do. There is something new every time.
    • In order for us to appreciate this world, we have to be a bit more honest, and I hope I do that.
    • What I’ve noticed about Hollywood is, if you go out there shouting about who you are, they will love you for it. But if you go out not knowing what it is that you’re representing, and you are just a canvas, they will make you into the thing they need you to be.
    • As an actor, it’s very interesting to make the audience love you while you are doing horrendous things.

    More to come…