Elizabeth took part in a beautiful photoshoot and interview for The Wrap as promotion for the Emmy’s. In the interview she speaks about working on The Night Manager and who she considers herself close to in the cast.
“We spent four months playing lovers, you’re up in each other’s faces quite a bit,” actress tells TheWrap
Playing lovers opposite another person for months on end can bring actors closer together, according to “The Night Manager” actress Elizabeth Debicki.
“I’m closest to Tom [Hiddleston],” Debicki told TheWrap. “And that’s probably because we spent about four months playing lovers. You’re up in each other’s faces quite a bit.”
I have added shots from the photoshoot to the gallery, hopefully to be updated with HQ, as well as screencaps from the interview.
I have added one portrait image of Elizabeth to the gallery to promote The Night Manager being nominated in the 2016 Emmy Awards. I have seen one other full short, however when I find the HQ I shall upload it.
She’s the statuesque beauty who has already made her mark in Hollywood.
And actress Elizabeth Debicki looked every bit the movie star when she stepped out looking fresh-faced and radiant on Tuesday.
The Great Gatsby star hit the red carpet in an elegant black gown at the Hollywood premiere of Disney’s ‘The BFG.’ The Grecian-style dress featured a plunging neckline and cinched waist that showcased her svelte physique.
Her short strawberry blonde mane was neatly parted on the side and styled in beach waves.
The 25-year-old The Night Manager actress looked fresh-faced while wearing minimal make-up that highlighted her rosy complexion. She oozed confidence while posing for photographers at the star-studded event despite recently admitting that she is intimidated by red carpets.
‘I’m terrified of them,’ the 6 ft 2 star told The Daily Mail. ‘Red carpets are awful. They’re like a kind of purgatory – you stand there and there are cameras flashing everywhere.
With her endless limbs, swan-like neck and porcelain skin, set off in the sort of outfits her costume designer on TV hit The Night Manager described as ‘being one button or a zip away from being completely naked’, 6ft 2in Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki was made for slinking down the red carpet.
And after her performance opposite Tom Hiddleston in the John le Carré spy thriller she may be doing a lot more of it. Tom may be the talk of the town after The Night Manager, with all bets off when it comes to him being cast as the next Bond, but Elizabeth is also finding herself in huge demand after her star turn as Jed, the beautiful but troubled mistress of Hugh Laurie’s arms dealer Richard Roper – and she’s dreading having to step onto the red carpet again.
‘I’m terrified of them,’ she tells me. ‘Red carpets are awful. They’re like a kind of purgatory – you stand there and there are cameras flashing everywhere. One of my first red carpets was in Cannes for The Great Gatsby and I’d never seen anything like it. It was like a red carpet on crack – the bulbs were everywhere. They were obviously there for Leo DiCaprio – I don’t think anyone knew I was even in the film – but I was standing next to him and they were so frightening I nearly died!’
Her next TV role took her back to the southern hemisphere, to ‘Tassie’ as she affectionately refers to Tasmania, to shoot eerie eight-part crime drama The Kettering Incident, which has been dubbed Australia’s Twin Peaks.
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