Welcome to Adoring Anya Taylor-Joy
Your first online source for all things Anya Taylor-Joy. She is an American-born Argentine-British actress and model. She is best known for her role as Casey Cooke in "Split" (2017), her lead role as Thomasin in "The Witch" (2015) and more recently in "Emma" (2020) playing Emma Woodhouse. Enjoy your stay!
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Last Night in Soho first look!

The highly anticipated Last Night in Soho starring Anya Taylor-Joy finally has a first teaser! Coming in cinemas in October 2021. See also a new poster in the gallery. Can’t wait!

Here Are The Young Men new trailer

The movie will be out on digital starting April 30 and on DVD on May 10.

The Queen’s Gambit – screencaps

It took a while, but I finally added HQ Screencaps from Anya’s hit series The Queen’s Gambit to the gallery. Find below thumbnails from all seven episodes, click on them to the access the gallery category. Enjoy!

Anya Taylor-Joy to join David O. Russell movie

Great news! What an impressive cast…

DEADLINE – Deadline has confirmed that Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Alessandro Nivola have all joined the starry ensemble of David O’ Russel’s untitled movie.

Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana will also star in the untitled project, which is based on an original idea from the five-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker.

Cinderella: A Comic Relief Pantomime

On December 24, Anya Taylor-Joy and other actors (such as the excellent Olivia Colman) recreated a virtual Cinderella pantomime for Comic Relief. You can watch or rewatch the program over the BBC 2 website. Find below some bloopers.

Anya Taylor-Joy and Scott Frank reunite for ‘Laughter in the Dark’

VULTURE – The Queen’s Gambit co-creator Scott Frank and star Anya Taylor-Joy unexpectedly dominated the Netflix game this fall. Now, according to Frank, the pair is resetting the board for a much darker game, with an adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s 1932 novel Laughter in the Dark. Frank discussed their upcoming creative reunion on the Watch podcast over at the Ringer, calling the project “a valentine to movies. I’m going to do it as a film noir and a movie within a movie, and it’s a really nasty, wonderful, thriller.”

Initially released as an English translation under the name Camera Obscura, only for Nabokov to publish his own translation in 1938, Laughter in the Dark follows the story of Albert Albinus, a married middle-aged art critic, and Margot Peters, a 17-year-old aspiring actress with whom he is obsessed. After Albert’s wife learns of their affair and moves out, Margot enlists her former lover Axel Rex to help her financially (and psychologically) bleed Albert dry.

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