Hamilton Melbourne Premiere
Posted by Veronique on Mar 25, 2022

Angourie attended the Hamilton Melbourne Premiere yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home screencaps
Posted by Veronique on Mar 16, 2022

I added screencaps to the gallery of Angourie in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Click on the gallery link below to see al caps from her ne and only scene in the film.

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QUEER Stories From The NGV Collection Opening Night
Posted by Veronique on Mar 11, 2022

Angourie attended the QUEER Stories From The NGV Collection Opening Night two days ago. Click on the gallery links to see all new photos.

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Awesomeness Films Greenlights ‘Honor Society’ Starring Angourie Rice, Gaten Matarazzo And Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Posted by Veronique on Jan 24, 2022

Production has begun on Honor Society, a live-action comedy from Awesomeness Films. Angourie Rice (Mare of Easttown, Spider-Man: No Way Home) has top billing as the titular character Honor, with Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things, Prank Encounters) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Super Bad, Kick-Ass) also leading.

The film—written by David A. Goodman (Family Guy, The Orville)— tells the story of Honor, an ambitious high school senior whose sole focus is getting into Harvard, assuming she can first score the coveted recommendation from her guidance counselor, Mr. Calvin (Mintz-Plasse). Willing to do whatever it takes, Honor concocts a Machiavellian-like plan to take down her top three student competitors, until things take a turn when she unexpectedly falls for her biggest competition, Michael (Matarazzo).

Rounding out the top three competitors are Amy Keum (What a Drag, Evil) and Armani Jackson (Chad, Grey’s Anatomy).

A late 2022 release on Paramount+ is planned for the project, which currently shooting in Vancouver, BC.

Honor Society will be directed by Oran Zegman and executive produced by The J Team’s Ron French. Production at Awesomeness is overseen by Syrinthia Studer, EVP Nickelodeon and Awesomeness Films, and Fred Lee, Director of Development.

“We’re excited to build upon our YA film slate for 2022 with Honor Society, a hilarious and bold coming-of-age comedy anchored by two of today’s hottest rising stars, Angourie Rice and Gaten Matarazzo. Viewers will absolutely fall in love with Honor’s wit, intellect and tenacity, and we can’t wait for our audience to meet her,” Studer told Deadline.

Added Zegman, “When David A. Goodman’s script for Honor Society landed on my desk, I fell in love with Honor Rose. I am so very excited to bring this great story to life with the help of such a talented and passionate cast.”

Rice is represented by WME, Catherine Poulton Management, and Sloane Offer. SAG Awards recipient Matarazzo is represented by UTA, McKuin Frankel Whitehead, and Parkside Talent. Mintz-Plasse is newly represented by Verve, in addition to Artists First. Jackson is represented by Gersh and Goodman, Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher, LLP. Keum is represented by Artists and Representatives.

Zegman is represented by WME and Industry Entertainment. Goodman, who sold the project to Awesomeness, is represented by A3 Artists Agency and Fourth Wall Management.

Source: Deadline.com

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The Hollywood Reporter Interview
Posted by Veronique on Jan 3, 2022

Angourie Rice on Her ‘No Way Home’ Easter Egg and “Heartbreaking” ‘Mare of Easttown’ Scene

The actor, known as Spider-Man classmate Betty Brant, stepped into her most adult role yet with the acclaimed HBO series this year.

Angourie Rice began 2021 on HBO’s Mare of Easttown, one of the most critically acclaimed shows of the year, and then she closed out the year with a cameo in the pandemic era’s biggest blockbuster, Spider-Man: No Way Home. As a native Australian, Rice was grateful to be able to shoot Mare and No Way Home during the same trip to the States since each journey home, at the time, required a two-week hotel quarantine. Rice has played Midtown High newscaster Betty Brant throughout the Tom Holland-led Spider-Man trilogy, and as of No Way Home, her character is an intern for J. Jonah Jameson’s The Daily Bugle. She even helped promote the movie in character via the Daily Bugle‘s official TikTok account, which she shot remotely in Australia.

While she only appeared in one sequence of No Way Home, Rice got to carry on the rich tradition of saying, “Go get ’em, tiger,” which is a callback to what Mary Jane “MJ” Watson called Peter Parker in the 1960s Spider-Man comics. It’s also a reference to the concluding line that Rice’s The Beguiled castmate Kirsten Dunst said in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2. Even Rice herself didn’t catch the Easter egg until after the fact.

Rice tells The Hollywood Reporter: “I didn’t pick up on it, but I love that! There are always so many Easter eggs, and sometimes I miss them until I actually see the film in cinemas. And then I’m like, ‘Ohh! I see what they did there.’”

Rice is also looking back at her most grown-up role to date as Mare of Easttown‘s Siobhan Sheehan, the daughter of Kate Winslet’s Mare Sheehan and granddaughter of Jean Smart’s Helen. While working with Winslet and Smart, Rice realized that commitment and kindness are not mutually exclusive.

“Kate and Jean have been working in this industry for a long time and really know what’s up,” Rice shares. “They know how to do their jobs really well while still being kind and open. When you work with people who are professional and committed to their roles — but can also have a really nice conversation with you when they call cut — that’s a really special quality. So I loved watching them work. They’re just incredible.”

In a recent conversation with THR, Angourie Rice (pronounced “Ann-gourie,” like “floury”) also explains why she had to wear a wig during her No Way Home scene. Then she discusses how the pandemic changed the musical side of Siobhan’s role on Mare of Easttown.


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The Daily Bugle screencaps
Posted by Veronique on Jan 1, 2022

A few weeks ago Angourie starred in 12 short TikTok videos for “The Daily Bugle”. I made screencaps of all 12 videos and uploaded them to the gallery. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.

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Elle Australia Interview
Posted by Veronique on Dec 20, 2021

Australian Actor Angourie Rice Has Worked With Tom Holland & Zendaya On Three Films—She Has One Thing To Say About Them

Angourie Rice is wise beyond her years—that much is clear no matter if you’ve seen her on-screen or met her in real life.

The 20-year-old actor first broke into Hollywood when she was just 15-years-old, scoring a role in the 2015 film The Nice Guys alongside Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
Barely a year later, she secured the role of a lifetime in the Spiderman franchise, playing Betty Brant alongside Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and Zendaya’s MJ.
Born in Sydney (and named after the New South Wales town where her grandmother lived) Rice had always had an interest in being on the big screen. Her father, Jeremy Rice is a director and her mother, Kate Rice is a writer. The family moved her to Melbourne at a young age, then to Perth, then back to Melbourne where she currently resides (when she’s not filming in various locations across the world, that is).
From Australia to Hollywood, Rice’s whirlwind journey of success is nothing short of astounding, but Angourie couldn’t be more humble.
ELLE spoke to the actor ahead of the release of Spiderman: No Way Home—her third appearance in the cult Marvel franchise.
“I was 15 when we filmed the first one, I feel like I’ve grown with Betty—I’ve grown with her. We’ve had parallels in our lives as I’ve filmed it,” she explains.

Of course, the film has been globally hyped not just among the comic book fanbase, but also among die-hard fans of Zendaya and Tom Holland, who are dating in real life.
But Rice reveals that despite their global fame, the pair are sweet as ever in a professional setting—something she, as an actor herself, truly admires.
“When I did the first film, [Holland and Zendaya] were like three or four years older than me. I really looked up to them and I still look up to them,” Rice explains.
“They were young actors at the top of their games and they were just really professional and really kind. That’s been such a wonderful thing.
“You always want to work with people like that—people who are really good at what they do and are dedicated to their craft so passionate about filmmaking, and they’re kind and considerate—Tom and Zendaya definitely are. That makes them a joy to work with.”

Given the most recent Spiderman films are based around Peter Parker’s high school experience, most of the ensemble cast is made of up younger people—something Rice was particularly grateful to be a part of.
“When you’re working with a young cast, it’s just like a bunch of kids and having fun.
“On the second film [Spiderman: Far From Home] we felt that a lot because we were traveling and filming in different locations across Europe—that had an impact on the dynamic we had. it felt like a school trip all of us together!”
“That is always one of my favourite things about working with the Spiderman cast. We just have a lot of fun together, and because I’m one of the youngest, I’ve always looked up to everyone in that cast.”

As we continue chatting to Rice in our interview, it becomes clear that she’s just as bewildered with her success now as she was at the start of her career.
It makes us wonder—how has she dealt with the challenges that undoubtedly come for someone trying to make it in Hollywood?
“One of the main challenges—and this goes for any actor you’d ask—is dealing with rejection. Every actor faces rejection,” she explains.
“You’d be surprised—for every role I get, there are 150 positions I didn’t get. It’s a lot, and it takes a toll.”
However, in more proof the 20-year-old is wise as ever, she says she learned to accept that this part of the industry is something that simply cannot be controlled.
“It could be your looks, or your energy, or your age, or your location. That lack of control in why you might not get [a role] has been a huge challenge for me… but I’ve learned to try and let go of that control. A lot of the reason why I might not get a job is has nothing to do with things I can change or work on.”

Before we leave her, we have one more pressing question for Rice—any and every detail she had on working with mega star Ryan Gosling.
Laughing, she replies: “It was such a crazy experience—I had done one Australian film before [The Nice Guys]. This was unlike anything I’d ever done before.”
She adds of Gosling: “I think Ryan is a very good improviser and comedian—what I learned from him in particular is that he has this incredible ability to see everything fresh and he brings new energy to things—it would be different and exciting. Just watching him work is amazing.”
She no doubt learned a lot from the experience. Along with Spiderman, Rice worked on the hit HBO drama, Mare Of Easttown, as well as Australian film, Ladies In Black.
Her next big film, Senior Year will star screen legends Rebel Wilson, Justin Hartley and Alicia Silverstone, to name a few.
There’s no denying this is just the beginning for Rice—and her infectious attitude and positivity is only going to bring her bigger and better things. Watch this space…

Source: elle.com.au

Articles & Interviews
Posted by Veronique on Dec 14, 2021

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2021-12-02 – Avant Premiere of the Gabrielle Chanel Fashion Manifesto Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria
Posted by Veronique on Dec 3, 2021

Angourie attended the Avant Premiere of the Gabrielle Chanel Fashion Manifesto Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see the photos in full size.

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Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch for 2021
Posted by Veronique on Oct 22, 2021

Angourie Rice
“Mare of Eastown,” “Spider-Man: No Way Home”

Marvel fans recognize the versatile Australian actor as Peter Parker’s classmate Betty Brant in the “Spider-Man” movies, but her star really took off with HBO’s watercooler series “Mare of Easttown,” in which she went toe to toe with such heavyweights as Kate Winslet and Jean Smart.

On “Mare of Easttown,” Rice’s Siobhan had to juggle her brother’s suicide, her family’s trauma, helping to raise her nephew and still navigate high school, her own budding sexuality and desire to leave the Philadelphia suburbs for a university across the country. It’s a lot. “I really connected with the fact that she says she’s in pain but she has been put in this position of having to be an adult. She kind of has to play peacemaker between her parents and her mom and her grandmother, while she’s trying to figure out who she is and who she wants to be.”

Next up for Rice is comedy “Senior Year” with fellow Aussie Rebel Wilson. She adds that she’s a movie lover and a consummate reader but with “Senior Year,” “I was actually really excited to do comedy” after being in that tense, sad world of “Mare.” She’d love to collaborate with Greta Gerwig, and between working a lot and being grounded in Australia because of COVID, “you never know what’s going to happen. Really, I’m living day to day, moment to moment, just trying to let go of the crippling sense of needing to control my future.” — Carole Horst

Influences: Her parents and sister, Lorde, the painter Paula Modersohn-Becker

Reps: Agency: WME; Management: Catherine Poulton Management (Australia); Legal: Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern

Source: Variety.com

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