Wonderland-The New Mutants and Game of Thrones actor covers the Summer 2020 issue of Wonderland.
Maisie Williams has had a busy decade. Having starred as fan favourite Arya Stark in the culture-dominating phenomenon that was Game of Thrones, winning worldwide adulation and acclaim along the way, the actor is now looking forward to being able to spread her wings. Next up is Sky’s Two Weeks to Live, alongside Fleabag’s Sian Clifford, before Williams embarks on another colossal franchise journey, joining the MCU in X-Men spin-off: The New Mutants.
Covering our Summer 2020 issue with a story shot from home by Ruben Selby, Williams reflects on Game of Thrones and the frenzy surrounding it, moving on from the show, and her excitement at being able to take on new challenges more in line with her personal taste. Also developing a limited series, Williams extolls the dynamic of a mostly-female set and talks at length about the importance of female writers and directors being given more opportunities in an industry that has for too long shut them out.
Maisie has been featured on the issue of King Kong Magazine, I have added the Photoshoot to our gallery enjoy!
I’ve added photos of Maisie attending Paris Fashion Week, big thanks to Elise for sending these my way!
I’ve added HD Screencaptures of Maisie in the 2018 Movie Mary Shelley in which she plays the role of Isabel Baxter, enjoy
Paris-based sales company Versatile is market premiering the feature at the European Film Market this week.
French director Julius Berg’s English-language horror thriller The Owners revolves around a burglary that takes a violent turn when the elderly inhabitants turn the tables on the young intruders. It is adapted from the graphic novel Une Nuit De Pleine Lune by Belgian artist Hermann and writer Yves H
It is one of Williams’ first roles since HBO’s Game Of Thrones came to an end last year. She plays a young woman who reluctantly agrees to participate in the botched robbery alongside her delinquent, no-hoper boyfriend.
It is Berg’s debut feature after directing several French TV series, including the Netflix acquired La Forêt and the Netflix Original Osmosis. He co-wrote the screenplay adaptation with Matthieu Gompel. Other cast members include Sylvester McCoy, Rita Tushingham, Ian Kenny, Jake Curran, Andrew Ellis and Stacha Hicks.
The film is produced by Alain de la Mata at UK-based Bluelight and Christopher Granier-Deferre, with Nate Bolotin and Maxime Cottray on board as executive producers for XYZ Films, which also handles North American rights.
Co-producers are Brahim Chioua for Wild Bunch, Frédéric Fiore and Eric Tavitian for Logical Pictures, and Pape Boye for Versatile.