Keira Knightley | Under the Radar Magazine Under the Radar | Music Blog for the Indie Music Magazine
Monday, February 26th, 2024  

News

Nov 15, 2012

Keira Knightley and filmmaker Joe Wright have a great chemistry working together. The young actress landed a starring role in the director’s 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice, for which she earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. That same magic struck again with their second collaboration—an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel, Atonement, in 2007—which received a nod for Best Picture. More



Interviews

Mark Ruffalo, Keira Knightley, and John Carney on their new film, “Begin Again”

Plus: Mark Ruffalo on basing his performance on The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne

Jul 02, 2014

After his 2006 film Once turned into an international sensation, Irish filmmaker John Carney avoided musicials or the next eight years, afraid of being pigeonholded as “that music guy.” Here Carney and actors Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley discuss Begin Again, which is about a stage-shy songwriter who strikes out on a solo career with the help of a down-on-his-luck label executive and Ruffalo discusses how Wayne Coyne inspired his character. More

Nov 15, 2012

Keira Knightley and filmmaker Joe Wright have a great chemistry working together. The young actress landed a starring role in the director’s 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice, for which she earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. That same magic struck again with their second collaborationan adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel, Atonement, in 2007which received a nod for Best Picture. More

Steve Carell and Keira Knightley

The Apocalypse Has Never Looked so Bright

Jul 01, 2012

Everyone on Earth will die in three weeks, and who wants to die alone? That’s the basic setup for Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, and perhaps one of the grimmest premises for a romantic comedy of all time. More


Reviews

Laggies

Directed by Lynn Shelton

Oct 22, 2014

Although Laggies certainly qualifies as a indie film, it represents a leap toward the mainstream for director Lynn Shelton. More