Juno Temple ‘Dirty Girl’

October 7, 2011 by staff 

Juno Temple 'Dirty Girl'Juno Temple ‘Dirty Girl’, Juno Temple British star looks set to hot new Hollywood export, with four upcoming films to hit theaters next year, including ‘The Three Musketeers “and” The Dark Knight Rises “.

Temple, 22, daughter of film director Julien Temple and her wife, producer, Amanda, made its debut on the big screen with Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench in “Notes on a Scandal” the drama of 2006, but it was her Early interpretation of the Lola in 2007, Oscar-nominated film ‘Atonement’ to put on the map.

After roles in the franchise to San Britain’s Trinian ‘and U.S. comedy Prehistoric ‘Year’ One, the young actress moved to Los Angeles three years ago and found new projects in the independent film scene USA.

“I think people are making extraordinary independent films at the moment, sending messages so incredible, and this new talent is emerging, which is great to be part of it,” Temple said.

Temple was the independent film route of her latest film, “Dirty Girl”, released in U.S. theaters on Friday, in which he plays the promiscuous schoolgirl Danielle Southern, who delights in being the subject of gossip in high school in a small town in Oklahoma.

“What girl does not want to play that role?” Said Temple, with a mischievous smile.

The actress ‘Atonement’, who grew up in southwest England in the 1990s, immersed in the sights and sounds of Oklahoma in the 1980s to become the character of Danielle, a feat she attributes director of the film, Abe Sylvia, to reach.

“He really took the time to explore Danielle me and really know who he was,” Temple said. It was definitely a ballsy thing for him to launch an English girl. ”

In “Dirty Girl”, Danielle is associated with a school project in Clarke (Jeremy Dozier), an overweight teenager closet. The strike of two to a friendship and when the mother of Danielle (Milla Jojovich) is committed to a Mormon man and Clarke is bullied by homophobic father (Dwight Yoakum), the pair go on the road to find the father of Danielle in California .

Rising talent Amid a new wave of young talent emerging in the UK, some of the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise, The Hollywood Reporter, Temple in June selected as one of the 12 ‘new leader ladies “.

With a focus on her career, Temple made sure to master the nuances of the Oklahoma accent for the role of Danielle.

“I think the dialogue is priceless,” said Temple, with its clear English drawl, occasionally falling into a soft accent of California.

“I really find the accent, in fact what is second nature, it was very important.” Performance temple “Dirty Girl” has garnered positive reviews. Variety of debruge Peter praised her ability to project a real genius burning under layers of makeup and dumb-blonde character shtick affects about others.

Temple is also emerging in the market for conventional film and was picked by director Christopher Nolan to play Catwoman Holly Robinson partner in delivery of the ‘Batman’ summer 2012 ‘The Dark Knight Rises “.

“I’m not allowed to talk about it,” Temple said about the role of ‘The Dark Knight. “I can say I had an amazing experience for what it is.”

Temple of the lists of Michelle Williams and Kate Winslet Oscar winner among her sources of inspiration to be “fascinating, chameleon that”, and admires her “Dirty Girl” and “Three Musketeers” co-star Jojovich.

“She’s definitely a woman not afraid to take a challenge,” said Temple Jojovich.

While the Temple has been identified by The Hollywood Reporter as “an independent actor to watch ‘, the actress has no interest in being a celebrity, preferring a private quiet life in Los Angeles.

“I do not think I’m a celebrity,” Temple said. “I want people to see me all these different characters and have no idea who I am is the magic of cinema. That’s what movies are about and want to be a great actress.”.

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