Keira Knightley’s Interview with David Cronenberg

by Alan Rapp on April 5, 2012

in Books & Magazines

Shortly after wrapping up principal photography on Anna Karenina (due to be released in November) Keira Knightley took part in a fashion shoot for Interview Magazine as well as a phone interview with director David Cronenberg (with whom she worked with on A Dangerous Method). In the interview Knightley discussed the similarities and differences between Anna and Sabina Spielrein, working with director Joe Wright again (with whom she did Pride & Prejudice and Atonement), doing justice to a character onscreen (whether fictional or based on a real person), being an atheist, the English press, the far too infrequent joy of not knowing much about an actor before you see them onscreen, the differences in making Hollywood blockbusters and smaller more personal films, American politics, and working with Steve Carrell on Seeking a Friend for the End of the World. You’ll find more pics from the photoshoot after the jump.

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