• Florence Pugh: ‘You never see an unplucked brow in Hollywood'

    12 days ago - By The Guardian

    The young British star of Lady Macbeth, King Lear and the BBC's new Le Carré adaptation talks about ambition, being body shamed and Gen Z's new brat pack Legend has it that, in the early 20th century, Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnár threw the keys to the New York cafe in Budapest into the Danube, in the hope of getting the cafe to open round the clock. Fast forward to 2018 and Florence Pugh, an actor and short-term resident at the cafe's accompanying hotel, has made her presence felt in a similarly dramatic fashion. “You are making us feel unwelcome,” she complained recently to a snooty...
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