Hey there guys! There aren’t many new photos or news of our girl lately so we’re taking this time to add whatever is missing from the Photogallery. We’re doing our best to bring you the best quality content possible and we guarantee that a lot of the photos found here cannot be found anywhere else. We know it’s a slow process and we still need to add the photoshoots but we’re adding photos from her all of movies for now (And there are many! Imogen kept herself very busy these past years). Today we added 2600+ HD screencaps from the 2010 movie called Chatroom, where Imogen plays Eva. This movie tackles many important issues that new generations have to deal with in this internet ruled era, it’s an interesting watch. You can learn more about it here. The film also stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Matthew Beard. We also added 34 production stills and posters. Take a look!
Hello there! We added 2700+ HD screencaps from the 2010 movie called Centurion, where Imogen plays Arianne. You can learn more about this film in our site’s special Filmography section. This movie is awesome if historical action-packed adventures are your thing, plus it stars Michael Fassbender as Imogen’s ever so charming love interest which should catch the interest of most ladies. The film also stars Dominic West & Olga Kurylenko. We also added 7 production stills, 1 behind the scenes photo and posters. Take a look!
Hey! We added 1400+ HD screencaps from the 2010 movie called Waking Madison, where Imogen plays Alexis. You can learn more about this film in our site’s special Filmography section. This movie is mysterious and interesting, kind of creepy but not over the top so. The film also stars Elisabeth Shue & Sarah Roemer. We also added 4 production stills, 1 behind the scenes photo and posters. Take a look!
Hey! We added 2700+ HD screencaps from the 2009 movie called Cracks, where Imogen plays Poppy. You can learn more about this film in our site’s special Filmography section. This movie is very good, it really gives you a view into what British elite girls boarding schools were like back in the 1930s and also, the story is very intriguing and well written. The film also stars Eva Green and Juno Temple. We also added 34 production stills (a lot of them are uncommon and most of them high quality), 4 photos from the promotional shoot and posters. Take a look!
Hey! We added 2100+ HD screencaps from the 2009 movie called Solitary Man, where Imogen plays Allyson Karsch. You can learn more about the movie in our site’s special Filmography section. The movie also stars Michael Douglas, Susan Sarandon and Danny DeVito. Imogen is very funny in this film so watch it if you haven’t already! We also added the promotional shoot (which includes 2 uncommon images and 2 high quality ones), 20 production stills (a lot of them are uncommon and some high quality), a behind the scenes photo and posters. Take a look!
Hi everyone! We added 3100+ HD screencaps from the 2007 TV movie called Miss Austen Regrets, where Imogen plays Fanny Knight, Jane Austen’s niece. She did an awesome job in the film, she embodies a lively young woman desperate to fall in love perfectly! The movie is very well made and it’s not too romanticized as one would imagine but tasteful and realistic instead. You should really watch it if you haven’t already because there’s a lot of screen time for Imogen + if you’re a Jane Austen fan even better! The movie also stars Olivia Williams and Tom Hiddleston. We also added the promotional shoot, a few production stills and posters. Take a look!
Hey guys! We added 600+ HD screencaps from the 2008 movie called Me and Orson Welles, where Imogen plays Lorelei Lathrop. This is a minor role for Imogen, but she sure did a great job with those 2 minutes of screen time! The movie stars her “That Awkward Moment” co-star Zac Efron, Claire Danes and Christian McKay. Take a look!
Inveterate guzzlers beware: patrons are being actively discouraged from eating during this production of Edward Albee’s name-making marital-crisis drama of 1962, in order not to put off the actors or distract the audience.
Watching James Macdonald‘s superlative revival (marred only by the cattle-class lack of roaming space at the Harold Pinter theatre), however, you realise that this controversial move is actually a medical necessity. There’s every danger of mid-show scoffers either choking to death as they’re seized by convulsive laughter, or disgorging the contents of their viscerally churned-up stomachs.
“Best Sozzled Acting”: Imogen Poots in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Credit: Johan Persson.
Based on the simple premise of a late-night drinks party that comes to resemble a modern matrimonial equivalent to the flayed-alive horrors of Dante’s Inferno, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is the most wickedly entertaining, most viciously nasty, most incrementally harrowing play in the American canon. And I’ve never yet seen an account of it that ticks all those boxes with such pen-breaking vigour. After a sluggish start to the New Year, it’s as if the West End has been dragged out of hibernation by some blood-stained, howling predator.