The Midsommar and A Good Person actress opens up about the professional and motivated atmosphere created by the Dark Knight director.
Florence Pugh has been making waves as one of the most promising talents of recent years. She has shown a variety of roles, as she was recently seen in a heavy drama such as A good Person and is one of the new cast members of the upcoming Dune Part Two. The Oscar-nominated actress is also one of the many notable names in Christopher Nolan’s epic of the summer, Oppenheimer. Pugh gave a BBC Radio 1 interview recently in which she praised Nolan’s professionalism.
“Working with Christopher Nolan has been one of the most exciting experiences, in a unique way. He is a pro. Nolan is a notorious purist who always gives gravitas to his films. He is usually pictured being on set in a suit like the directors of old, as well as using as little CGI as possible for his film spectacles.“To just watch every single crew member on that set work so hard for him, to get his approval,” Pugh continues.
“And not in a weird manner, but everyone knows who they are working for and is proud to be there. Everyone is so proud of their work, so that means everyone is always trying to improve the next day. She would say, “I’ve never felt that on set before.” She would elaborate, Everyone wants to be like ‘I am good, let me prove it.’ We are all there every day and we don’t even sit down. You don’t sit down. You just wait to see what you can do. It’s very exciting.”
In addition to appearing in sci-fi epics like Dune, she will also be reprising her role from Black Widow as Yelena, as one of the members in the MCU film, Thunderbolts. Oppenheimer will be going up against
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