The Florence Pugh recalls early project when Hollywood bosses tried to change ‘my weight’ and ‘my look’

The Florence Pugh recalls early project when Hollywood bosses tried to change ‘my weight’ and ‘my look’-

When Florence Pugh moved to Hollywood in the early stages of her career, she said that she “felt like I’d made a huge mistake.”
Pugh discussed in a new interview how studio bosses wanted to change her appearance after she got the lead role as a pop superstar in a television pilot when she was 19 years old.

In an interview with The Telegraph, the actor, who is 26 years old, stated:All of the things they were trying to change about me, like my weight, appearance, face shape, and eyebrow shape, were so out of line with what I wanted to do and the industry I wanted to work in.

The star of Don’t Worry Darling added, “I’d thought the film business would be like [my experience making] The Falling, but truly, this turned into what the top of the game looked like, and I felt I’d made a big mistake.”

She told the booklet that the show, Studio City, was not picked up, so Pugh moved back to England.
Pugh got an audition for Lady Macbeth shortly after, which “made me fall again in love with cinema.”

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She said, “The sort of movie that changed into a place in which you could be opinionated and loud, and I’ve stuck through that, and I think it’s an extended.” She became referring to the movie.way as well easy for people on this business to push you left and right.”
“And I was fortunate enough to discover what kind of performer I desired to be when I was 19.”

Pugh said earlier this week that she plans to release a solo album and that she might have “put money” into being a singer-songwriter before “being an actor.”

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