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November 10th, 2017


Hayley Atwell attends Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards at Claridge’s Hotel on November 2, 2017 in London. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2017


Hayley Atwell attends a special screening of ‘Howards End’ at the BFI Southbank on November 1, 2017 in London, England. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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‘Howards End’ Screening – After Party
‘Howards End’ – Photocall & Special Screening


For the new issue of the Idler, says Tom Hodgkinson, I went to interview the lovely Hayley Atwell to talk about playing the role of Margaret Schlegel in the new BBC adaptation of EM Forster’s Howards End. Here are a few highlights.

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.

Hayley on bohemia, money and talented women
HA: Yes, my parents were self-made and I was as well. So I relate more to the Basts [Leonard Bast is the lowly clerk, longing for a richer intellectual life, in Forster’s book] in that respect, as opposed to the Schlegels, who were born into security.
TH: You didn’t have the trustafarian private income.

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Hayley Atwell attends the 61st BFI London Film Festival Awards on October 14, 2017 in London, England. I have added some photos to the gallery ans Hayley looks so beautiful. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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61st BFI London Film Festival Awards – Winners Room
61st BFI London Film Festival Awards
61st BFI London Film Festival Awards – Cocktail Reception


Hayley Atwell attends the press night after party for ‘Against’ at The Almeida Theatre on August 18, 2017 in London, England. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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‘Against’ – Press Night – After Party


Hayley Atwell is set to co-star with Ewan McGregor in Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” sources tell Variety.

“World War Z’s” Marc Forster is directing.

“Christopher Robin” follows Disney’s ongoing model of taking animated classics from its archives and giving them a live-action spin, centering on Robin (McGregor), the little boy from the “Winnie the Pooh” series, who is now all-grown-up and lost all sense of imagination. Pooh and his friends reenter Robin’s life to help him find it once again. Atwell will play Robin’s wife.

Brigham Taylor is producing the project. “Hidden Figures” scribe Allison Schroeder is penning the script.

Disney has found a reliable strategy in making live-action hits based on characters from its animated IP, with “Beauty and the Beast” most recently garnering big box office numbers. The live-action adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1991 movie is currently the highest-grossing film of the year at both the domestic and worldwide box office.

Atwell and Disney have a strong relationship, dating back to Atwell’s first appearance as Agent Carter in Marvel’s “Captain America: The First Avenger.” The character was so popular that ABC, owned by Disney, made an “Agent Carter” spinoff series, which was canceled last year despite critical acclaim.

Atwell also played Cinderella’s mother in Disney’s 2015 remake of “Cinderella,” one of the studio’s first successes in turning its animated classics into live-action blockbusters.

Following the end of “Agent Carter,” Atwell has moved on to another high-profile TV show. She’s set to star in Starz and BBC’s “Howards End” miniseries, which is currently filming.

She is repped by CAA and Hamilton Hodell. [Source]


I have added a new portrait of Hayley Atwell to the gallery. Please, credit hayleyatwell.org if you take the photos.

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2017 Summer TCA Tour – Day 4 – Portraits