Category: Atomic Blonde

Gallery: “Atomic Blonde” Screencaps

Please don’t look at this folder unless you’ve seen the movie or it will spoil Sofia’s part. But I’m sure you’ll love the movie if you do see it. Sofia and Charlize are both wonderful and its an action packed film.

 

 

 

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Videos: “Atomic Blonde” Interviews and B-Roll

 

Video: “Atomic Blonde” Official Interview

Press: See Atomic Blonde for free at Comic-Con 2017

EW – Comic-Con is going blonde.

 

Charlize Theron and director David Leitch will be on hand at this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego for an exclusive screening of Atomic Blonde. The Cold War-era spy thriller made its debut at South by Southwest earlier this year, but before it hits theaters nationwide on July 28, Comic-Con attendees will get a chance to be among the first to see the film.

 

Theron also will be taking center stage at Comic-Con as part of EW’s annual “Women Who Kick Ass” panel. This year will mark the first-ever “Icon Edition” of the panel, spotlighting Theron’s Oscar-winning career from Monster and Arrested Development to Mad Max: Fury Road and Atomic Blonde.

 

Theron stars in Atomic Blonde as the British spy Lorraine Broughton, a tough-as-nails agent working in ‘80s Berlin. “I hadn’t seen another character like her out there,” Theron told EW earlier this year. “She doesn’t apologize for anything. We made her strong and feisty. She’s cheeky. These were all things I responded to.”

 

The Atomic Blonde screening will be held at UA Horton Plaza 8 at 8 p.m. on July 22. Seating is first-come, first-served, and it’s open to all SDCC badge holders ages 21 and over.

 


 

It doesn’t appear that Sofia will attend but I’ll keep an eye out for her.

Video: Final “Atomic Blonde” Trailer

Video: New Clip For ‘Atomic Blonde’ – The Politics of Dancing

COLLIDER – In The Fate of the Furious, Charlize Theron dropped a sloppy kiss on Vin Diesel to seal the deal on their villainous pact; in The Mummy, Sofia Boutella uses a similar approach as a means to dispatch her enemies. Now, for the first time ever, moviegoers will see these two femme fatales pit their wiles against each other in David Leitch‘s graphic novel adaptation, Atomic Blonde.

 

A new clip reveals Theron’s protagonist Lorraine Broughton meeting up with the mysterious Delphine (Boutella), who, it turns out, is not so mysterious after all, at least where the undercover MI6 agent is concerned. This all plays out to the band Re-Flex’s early 1980s song, “The Politics of Dancing,” placing the scene at just the right time in the heart of the Cold War. Look for the full reveal when Atomic Blonde hits theaters on July 28th.

 

Check out the clip from Atomic Blonde below:

 

Welcome to Sofia Boutella Source!

Welcome to the first and only fansite for Sofia Boutella!! I fell in love with Sofia when I saw her as Jaylah and watched everything I could find on her so I just had to make a fansite for her. Whether you’re a fan of her dancing or acting, I hope to provide you the most up-to-date news and photos from Sofia’s life and career. Currently the site is still a work in process. Soon I’ll be adding a press section, video gallery, as well as completing the photo gallery. If you’re one of Sofia’s French fans and have some of her French films and TV appearances, I’d be most grateful if you’d send me a copy. Any donations are welcome in fact!

 

Enjoy the site and also the second trailer for Atomic Blonde!

 

Sofia Boutella Talks ‘Atomic Blonde’ Love Scene With Charlize Theron

‘She’s Gorgeous, So That Wasn’t Too Hard’

 

Charlize Theron is a fighter and a lover as butt-kicking MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton in the gritty upcoming actioner Atomic Blonde. And it’s not just James McAvoy’s David who “thinks he f–king loves her.” In the movie’s steamiest scene, Brougton “makes contact,” so to speak, with French operative Sandrine, played by Kingsman and Star Trek Beyond breakout Sofia Boutella.

 

“I was really nervous at first, but [Charlize] made it so easy for me,” Boutella told Yahoo Movies at Cinemacon in Las Vegas (watch above). “Honestly, she made me so comfortable… She’s gorgeous, so that wasn’t too hard.”

 

The pairing with Boutella is not Theron’s first onscreen relationship with another woman. In her Oscar-winning performance as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster, the actress romanced Christina Ricci, who played Aileen’s girlfriend Selby.

 

As Boutella pointed out, there are “technical” aspects to filmmaking that often render seemingly sexy celluloid moments more clinical as the scene is being shot. “But at the end of the day, [Theron] just made it easy,” Boutella said. “I had a blast.”

“Atomic Blonde” Trailer

Sofia Boutella to Receive “CinemaCon Female Star of Tomorrow Award”

 

Universal Pictures’ “The Mummy” and Focus Features’ “Atomic Blonde” Arrive in Theaters on June 9, 2017 and July 28, 2017 Respectively

 

Sofia Boutella will receive the “CinemaCon Female Star of Tomorrow Award,” it was announced today by CinemaCon Managing Director Mitch Neuhauser. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), will be held March 27-30, 2017 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Boutella will be presented with this special honor at the “CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards” ceremony taking place on the evening of Thursday, March 30, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, hosted by the Coca-Cola Company, the official presenting sponsor of CinemaCon.

 

“Sofia is a remarkably skilled and disciplined actress who has translated astonishing talents in dance to the big screen,” noted Neuhauser. “With her ability to mesmerize audiences through some of the most diverse, captivating and physically demanding roles in Hollywood, she is poised to be the next great female star. We are excited to honor her as this year’s “CinemaCon Female Star of Tomorrow.”

 

Boutella is a multifaceted talent whose career exemplifies her artistic versatility, magnetic strength and charisma, and on June 9, 2017, she will star alongside Tom Cruise in Universal Pictures’ “The Mummy,” the all-new cinematic version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization. Thought safely in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess (Boutella) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in our current day, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia and terrors that defy human comprehension.

 

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