The American magazine Time has shared the annual list of “new generation of leaders” (in the original, Next Generation Leaders). Each year the publication highlights figures from around the world from different fields who are changing the world for the better. This time it included the English actress Florence Pugh (“Solstice”, “Little Women”, “Don’t Worry, Darling”).
Pugh also posed for the issue’s cover and gave an interview to the magazine in which she discussed why movie stars should give up the mystery blister (and that only Beyoncé can afford it), about the cooking show she started to present on social networks during the quarantine and why he does not want to appear in public with only one side.
Pugh’s next big projects include Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune 2. The latter called Pugh “the new force in Hollywood.”
Villeneuve also likened Pugh to a violent and mischievous child and said that he had to separate Florence from Timothée Chalamet (with whom they had previously worked together on Little Women) because the actors were “too much fun”. But the director warns, “don’t let his playfulness fool you.” When the cameras are on, she works like a pro.
Earlier Warner Bros. unveiled the first official trailer for the sequel to “Dune” directed by Denis Villeneuve. It features new characters starring Florence Pugh, Lea Seydoux and Austin Butler. The video also showed a snippet of Paul Atreides spinning around a giant sandworm.