Welcome to Juno Temple Source - Your most complete and original source dedicated to the talented British actress Juno Temple. She has a lot of exciting projects coming up including the anticipated "The Dark Knight Rises". We are here to give you the latest news and updates on her as well as detailed information on her career.
The Cannes Film Festival is just around the corner and, as usual, clips from some of the prospective films are starting to make their way to the internet. One such film, which is premiering at the Directors’ Fortnight, is “Magic Magic.” Directed by Sebastian Silva (“The Maid”) and starring Michael Cera, Juno Temple, and Emily Browning, the film already made its North American debut at Sundance earlier this year.
The clip’s about two minutes long and you can quickly get a sense that something’s not right with Juno Temple’s character. She plays Alicia, a young American girl who vacations in southern Chile with her cousin and three of her cousin’s friends. When her cousin leaves to take an exam, Alicia starts to unravel mentally. The other friends wind up ignoring her until it’s too late.
The film is one of two collaborations Michael Cera made with the director, Silva, in Chile this year, the other being “Crystal Fairy” which premiered at Sundance as well and will make its theatrical debut in July. We’ll see how “Magic Magic” fares at the Fortnight when it premieres later this week. Check out the clip below.
Juno is feautred in Hunger Magazine’s Spring/Summer 2013 edition (issue 4) which is on newsstands now. We added the first scans and photoshoot in our gallery. Thanks to edenliaothewomb for the scans. We will add the full feature as soon as possible.
One of the many films to premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was writer-director Jill Soloway’s Afternoon Delight. Starring Kathryn Hahn, Juno Temple, Josh Radnor and Jane Lynch, the film’s about a L.A. housewife that “puts her idyllic hipster life in jeopardy when she tries to rescue a stripper by taking her in as a live-in nanny.” Featuring great performances from the entire cast, the film was well received by audiences and critics and Soloway won the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award during the closing night festivities.
The day after the premiere, I landed an extended interview with Juno Temple. We talked about how she got involved in Afternoon Delight, how much changed during production, how 2012 was an extraordinary year as she played a normal girl from the 70s, a schizophrenic, a stripper/prostitute, and a fairy, and more. In addition, we also talked about making Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, Alexandre Aja’s Horns (which stars Daniel Radcliffe), and Robert Rodriguez’ Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.