in the episode “She can’t breathe for a month.”
She plays the banshee maid and competes with Queen Anne’s love in the famous movie The Favorite.
In an interview with Graham Norton Show this week, Emma Stone discussed Adigas Masham, who became active in the 18th century drama. Danger.
For the classical period of theatrical performance, the Oscar-winning actress, 29, had to wear a corset to shoot and discuss the risks of restrictive clothing.
She said: “Women have been like this for a long time, which gives you a lot of sympathy for that time and what they are experiencing. In the first month,
“I can’t breathe, I will smell mint, which will make me feel that I can breathe in a vast space. After a month, all my organs have changed – this is very serious, if you don’t need it, then Do not do this!
Despite her excellent work pedigree – she won an Oscar for her role in La La Land in 2017 and was nominated as a birdman in 2015 – the American star said she was nervous about mastering the British accent.
She said: “As the only American, if I screw it up, it will stick out like the most painful thumb. It may destroy the whole movie, so I work hard.”
Speaking of playing the monarch Olivia Coleman and playing the Queen’s adviser Sarah Churchill’s Rachel Weiss, she said: “I have so much, very interesting. Found a very interesting, layered and complex part is Very amazing, especially for a woman, but there are three.
“Reading through the script, these women are very healthy and very good, which is really exciting.”
According to Fox Searchlight Pictures, the film was directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, a tragic and shrewd story about royal plots, passions, jealousy and betrayal in Queen Anne’s court in the early 18th century.
Eight weeks of shooting took place in different locations in southern England last year, including Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, a country manor that starred in Marilyn and Sherlock Holmes’s “My Week.”
Favorite – also the star of Nicholas Hoult and Joe Alwyn – will be released on November 23rd at the American Cinema and the British Film Festival on January 1, 2019.
The Graham Norton Show will air on BBC One at 10:35 pm on Friday.