Category: Gallery Update

Sofia on Last Call with Carson Daly

In case you missed Sofia on Carson Daly last night, here is the clip.



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Gallery: “The Mummy” Taiwan Press Conference & Photocall

The press tour continues!




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Gallery: “The Mummy” Australian Premiere

I’m still working on gathering these photos from the event but I’ll be adding them as I find them. Keep checking back! Doesn’t Sofia look gorgeous!?




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Gallery: “The Mummy Day”




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Gallery: May 11th “The Mummy” Press Conference



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Gallery: Scans & Additional “The Mummy” Photos



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Gallery: Music/Dancing Video Screencaps

Due to the quality of some of the videos, I wasn’t able to add screencaps of all of her videos but I’m planning to add a video gallery that will have all of the actual videos. I still need to add the rest of the live videos.




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Wild at Heart


“That’s so dark!”


Sofia Boutella is riding shotgun in my car, perhaps the filthiest vehicle currently on the road in West Hollywood, when she spots a stroller sitting on the sidewalk, abandoned in the dazzling Los Angeles sun. We’re on our way to her dentist, running 20 minutes late for an appointment to get her teeth cleaned. “That’s so dark,” she repeats. “What a weird vision. What a weird sight. There are some things it feels like you’re not supposed to see.”


This is not how the afternoon was meant to go.


The plan was pretty standard: I would meet Boutella on the rooftop of a hip Hollywood hotel. We would sip cocktails and take in the view. I would ask her questions about working opposite Tom Cruise in The Mummy, in which she plays the title role, as well as her part alongside Charlize Theron in Atomic Blonde, both of which release this summer. She would tell me some mild Hollywood gossip, repeat a bunch of platitudes about hard work and keeping her head on straight, and send me on my way to write A Celebrity Profile: a greased-lens look at her and her life, constructed in order to give the public a relatable Sofia Boutella character to imagine floating from rooftop to red carpet and set to set.


And in fact, though our time together was replete with lifestyle details—our French fries were sprinkled with truffle oil and Parmesan—it was also dotted with pedestrian inconveniences, the kind of humdrum low-key annoyances that are hallmarks of recognizably civilian life. For instance, the rooftop bar didn’t serve French fries, or any food for that matter, and we were both starving, so we ended up in the dark, loud downstairs restaurant instead. A series of scheduling snafus had accidentally sent Boutella to a different hotel before she met me, so we only had a brief window to eat and talk, which is how I ended up steering her through pre-rush hour traffic while I fired off questions and she finished the last of her fries in the passenger seat. It was an intense afternoon—not dreamy, not “relatable,” but mostly very ordinary: two slightly harried early-30s women trying to do their jobs. Which makes sense: Boutella has never been that into the glamorizing softness of a neatly turned narrative anyway.


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Gallery: Total Film “The Mummy” Edition



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Gallery: Panthere De Cartier Party

Sorry these are late!




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