17 November 2017

Another great interview and photoshoot featuring Hayley by The Times. Click on the link below for the full interview.

The Times – In all but one way, the role and the actress are a perfect match. Hayley Atwell, like Margaret Schlegel, the heroine she plays in the BBC’s immaculate new classic serial, Howards End, is clever, morally alert and strong-willed. Like Margaret, Atwell has mixed heritage, although Atwell is Anglo-American rather than ancestrally German. Being half an outsider, she thinks, makes you “nosy” and curious about people. Yet both Atwell and Margaret speak cut-glass received English, so the natives never guess that they are spying.

Professionally it is a good fit too. Atwell comes to the part after a spell in America, where she stunned as Marvel’s Agent Carter, but where her next TV series flopped. Her return from Hollywood is its loss and our gain. “I was clear,” she tells me over lunch in a London restaurant, where beneath our table snoozes her pet chihuahua, Howard, “that this was the kind of work I wanted to do and these were the kinds of people I wanted to work with.” These people include Matthew Macfadyen, who plays Margaret’s widowed suitor, Henry Wilcox, the series director, Hettie Macdonald, and Kenneth Lonergan, the writer and director of Manchester by the Sea, who adapted EM Forster’s novel.

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17 November 2017

I’ve added over 800+ HD screencaptures from the first episode of Howards End to the gallery. I absolutely loved it and can’t wait for part two on Sunday! What did you guys think? Enjoy!

• TV Productions > Howards End (2017) > Screen Captures > 1×01 – Part One Captures

17 November 2017

Hayley is currently featured in two magazines: Stella and Grazia Daily. Accompanied are some great and insightful interviews plus new photoshoot photos! Enjoy!

• Photoshoots & Portraits > Session 087
• Photoshoots & Portraits > Session 088

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11 November 2017

The official trailer for Howards End has been released and I’ve added screencaptures to the gallery. Don’t forget that the show premieres tomorrow @ 9pm on BBC1. I can’t wait!

• TV Productions > Howards End (2017) > Official Trailer

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10 November 2017

I’ve finally added photos of Hayley’s events from the past week to the gallery. Enjoy!

Public Appearances > Events in 2017 > November 1: “Howard’s End” photocall at BFI Southbank
Public Appearances > Events in 2017 > November 2: Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Awards
Public Appearances > Events in 2017 > November 10: BBC Radio 2 Studios

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2 November 2017

The first few photos of Hayley attending the Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Awards have been added to the gallery. Check back later for more photos (plus I’ll have photos from yesterday’s photocall added as well.)

• Public Appearances > Events in 2017 > November 2: Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year Awards

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2 November 2017

Hayley is on the cover of the newest issue of The Idler which includes a great new interview and beautiful photoshoot. I’ve added the photos that have been released to the gallery – hopefully more will surface soon! You can read the interview below.

• Photoshoots & Portraits > Session 085

Why Hayley ditched Twitter and Facebook
Tom Hodgkinson: Tell us about your attitude to different social media, Facebook, Twitter?
Hayley Atwell: I came off Twitter. I had close to a million followers and I had women, girls in particular, saying, “Thanks to your character, I’m seventy days self-harm free”. They would project a lot on to me, that I was their saviour. I understand it was a fifteen-year old girl thing. I’m sure I did it when I was that age. But I didn’t quite know what to do with it. I wasn’t sure what I felt either way so I came off it for a bit. And I came off Facebook. I found that there were probably only about ten people on Facebook that I actually would have gone for a cup of tea with. The other thing I felt is that it stopped me from being able to have face-to-face conversations with people. I would know what my godchildren were doing and looked like, but not because I’d spent any time with them. My best mate doesn’t know that I’ve seen all this. It’s not a conversation. So I actually found that social media was making me very lonely. I would see other people’s posts, and we only project what we want the world to see, so it was all bullshit. So I came off of it and went back on Instagram. But I made some social media rules that I now live by, which is to never post when hungry, angry, lonely or tired. Don’t look up ex-boyfriends. Don’t look up people that you’re jealous of. Don’t Google yourself. Do not read comments. Contribute positively. Don’t engage in controversy or become too political.

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