Sienna Miller has said that Alfred Hitchcock's abusive on and off-set behaviour would have ushered in 'an army' of women speaking out about him had he been working today.
The 'American Woman' stars that the push to cast people in roles of the same background is becoming "fascistic."
Touching on the Time's Up movement, Sienna Miller said she recently received the biggest paycheck she's had since she started acting.
Jessica Chastain has been cut from her new film, and these stars also found their work on the cutting room floor. We just hope they were paid up front.
‘The Lost City of Z’ arrives in cinemas this week heralded by a host of superlative critical notices including a 5 star review from The Telegraph’s Robbie Collin who called it “an instant classic”. The film tells the story of Colonel Percy Fawcett, a famed British explorer who charted the Amazonian rainforest in the early part of the 20th century, and we’re thrilled to share an exclusive new clip from the film featuring Tom Holland as his son Jack, and Sienna Miller as his wife Nina.
Since being filmed in 2007, British ’60s-set drama ‘Hippie Hippie Shake’ has been firmly stuck in development hell, and now its star Sienna Miller says it’ll probably never see the light of day. “I don’t know what’s happening [with ‘Hippie Hippie Shake’],” Sienna Miller told Yahoo Movies while promoting her new film ‘Live By Night’.
Sienna Miller says being seen as a “celebrity” held her back early in her career and now that she’s stepped back from the limelight she’s being taken more seriously as an actor. Just recently she’s moved on from bit parts in films like ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’ to meaty character roles in awards contenders like ‘Foxcatcher’, ‘American Sniper’, ‘High-Rise’, and the new Ben Affleck-directed ‘Live By Night’ (in cinemas now). “I look back on some of the work that i’ve done that I’m very proud of, performance-wise,” Miller explains to Yahoo Movies in our video above.
Early word is that Ben Affleck’s upcoming Batman solo movie may be something of a who’s-who of the Dark Knight’s greatest adversaries – but it seems one key character will not be making an appearance. Sienna Miller told me tonight that she wants to play Catwoman in Affleck’s Batman movie.
Around this time each year the festive adverts begin to appear, but the 2016 one for fashion designer Burberry starring Domhnall Gleeson and Sienna Miller has gotten people talking. The short film - which is technically an advert even though it lasts over three-and-a-half minutes - is the latest campaign for the Burberry brand, called ‘The Tale of Thomas Burberry’. Directed by Asif Kapadia, the Oscar-winning documentary maker of ‘Amy’ and the superb ‘Senna’, the short film features some stellar acting talent alongside ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ villain Gleeson and ‘Cinderella’s’ Lily James, with Dominic West completing an impressive roster.
Could there be another ‘Captain Marvel’ contender in sight? Joining the likes of Emily Blunt and Katee Sackhoff, it looks as though Sienna Miller would like to star in Marvel’s first solo female superhero movie… as the titular ‘Captain Marvel’. “If it was a good script.” And with Nicole Perlman and Meg LeFauve on board, Marvel might just have another hit on their hands.
Sienna Miller has been slated for not wearing a poppy during her appearance on Graham Norton’s BBC chat show on Friday night. The star was on the show with Bradley Cooper, promoting new movie ‘Burnt’. A source told The Sun: “She was wearing the poppy pin but it was taken off as she went on air as it was pulling on the clothes.” So far, Miller has not commented on the matter. Should Milled her worn a poppy?
It looks like Sienna Miller has been left on the cutting room floor for Johnny Depp’s new gangster movie ‘Black Mass’. The director of the movie, Scott Cooper, told the Boston Globe that the British actress had been 'fantastic’ in the role, playing the partner of Depp’s gang lord Whitey Bulger, but had to be cut. “It came down to narrative choices,” said Cooper, who added that the scenes with Grieg and Bulger living as a fugitives were 'less dramatic’.