Julia Garner

‘Ozark’: Julia Garner Reveals How She Gets Into Character as Ruth

Julia Garner continues to impress audiences with her performances, from “Ozark” to “Inventing Anna” to “The Assistant.”. While Julia Garner is most well known for her role as Ruth Langmore in “Ozark,” she’s also nailed dozens of performances before and since then. She stands out because of the way she can convey emotions with few words, and the way she really inhabits the characters she plays.
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One Ozark Scene Was A Little Too Real For Julia Garner

Who says acting isn't hard? Between learning a new dialect, working with weaponry, or participating in some wild stunts, there's some aspects of the job that would stress out or frighten anyone. Especially on a show like "Ozark," which has no problem dipping into the darker side of life. While there is plenty of murder, mayhem, and general lawlessness taking place in any given episode of the Netflix hit, one scene in particular was especially frightening to Julia Garner, the undeniable star behind the character Ruth Langmore.
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Cannes: Films From Julia Garner, Juliette Binoche, Woody Harrelson and ‘Parasite’ Star Song Kang-ho Among Hot Sales Titles

The Cannes Film Market, or Marché du Film, has long been the place where deals for the biggest independent movies come together. In 2018, FilmNation and CAA Media Finance sold their sexy spy thriller The 355 (at the time just a scriptless concept) on the back of a dramatic photo op on the Carlton Beach featuring the film’s A-list cast of Jessica Chastain, Penélope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o and Fan Bingbing. The next year saw the launch of $150 million Moonfall by AGC Studios and CAA, which also presold worldwide in Cannes before a second’s worth of footage had been shot....

Julia Garner on the 'life-changing experience' of Ozark: 'I could shoot it for the rest of my life'

Goodbyes are always difficult, but Ozark stars Julia Garner and Laura Linney found it particularly hard to say farewell to their Emmy-winning drama after four seasons. In fact, Garner, a breakout who has so far won two Emmys for her role as Ruth Langmore, says she'd be happy to never stop work on the show. "I could shoot Ozark for the rest of my life, selfishly," she says in the latest edition of EW's Around the Table series with fellow stars Jason Bateman, Linney, and showrunner Chris Mundy.

Neon Buys Kitty Green Social Thriller ‘Royal Hotel,’ Starring Julia Garner, Hugo Weaving, Jessica Henwick

Click here to read the full article. Neon has snapped up the North American rights to “The Royal Hotel,” directed by “The Assistant” helmer Kitty Green and produced by See-Saw Films. Billed as social thriller, the film stars two-time Emmy winner Julia Garner (“Inventing Anna,” “Ozark”), AFI winner Hugo Weaving (“Patrick Melrose,” “The Matrix”) and Jessica Henwick (“The Matrix Resurrections,” “Knives Out 2”). “The Royal Hotel” reunites Green with her “Assistant” star Garner. “The Assistant” dealt with the broken culture at a film production company, where women are regularly sexually harassed by higher-ups. The film premiered at the 2019 Telluride Film Festival...

Neon Nabs Julia Garner’s ‘The Royal Hotel’ Thriller

Neon has picked up the North American rights to The Royal Hotel from writer and director Kitty Green and See-Saw Films. The social thriller will star Ozark actress Julia Garner, Hugo Weaving and Jessica Henwick. The Royal Hotel will also reteam Green and Garner after their collaboration on The Assistant, which premiered at Telluride in 2019.More from The Hollywood Reporter'Matrix' Stars Jessica Henwick, Hugo Weaving Join Julia Garner in See-Saw's 'Royal Hotel'Sam Elliott Apologizes for 'Power of the Dog' Comments: "I Feel Terrible"Oscars: Jane Campion Becomes Third Woman to Win Best Director The indie is also produced by the team behind The...

Neon Acquires Kitty Green Thriller ‘The Royal Hotel’ Starring Julia Garner And Jessica Henwick

Click here to read the full article. Neon said Wednesday that it has acquired North American rights to The Royal Hotel, the social thriller that marks the next film from The Assistant writer-director Kitty Green. Her Assistant star Julia Garner will topline the pic alongside Jessica Henwick. Hugo Weaving also stars. The pic, which will start shooting this summer in Australia, hails from See-Saw Films, which most recently produced the Oscar-nominated The Power of the Dog. Inspired by true events, the The Royal Hotel revolves around Hanna (Garner) and Liv (Henwick), best friends backpacking in Australia. After they run out of money,...