Our gallery has been updated with outtakes from Claire’s photoshoot for Harper’s Bazaar! A huge thanks to my friend Neide, from imogen-poots.net, for sending them our way!
Our gallery has been updated with two images from Claire’s photo session for the February issue of Marie Claire, as well as screen captures from its behind the scenes video.
Our gallery has been updated with promotional stills, posters and photoshoots for ‘Homeland’ Season 6, which premieres on January 15 at 9PM ET/PT on Showtime.
As we had previously posted, Claire is on the cover of the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar. A new video of her behind the scenes of the photo session by Alexi Lubomirski has been released, and you can watch it below.
Our gallery has been updated with 77 new/old portraits of Claire taken back in 1994.
Photo Sessions > 1994 > Session 09
Photo Sessions > 1994 > Session 10
Photo Sessions > 1994 > Session 14
Photo Sessions > 1994 > Session 15
The official website for VOGUE Magazine posted an article about the play ‘Dry Powder’, which stars Claire and actor John Krasinski. We have addedthe featured image to our gallery, and you can read the text below.
Photo Sessions > 2016 > Session 02
Claire Danes and John Krasinski star in the Public Theater’s Dry Powder—a vicious and hilarious drama skewering the people who skewer our global economy.
The catastrophic results of financial recklessness can be found everywhere these days—in headlines, on movie screens (The Big Short). Now the human cost of ruthless greed is coming to the Public Theater in Dry Powder, the 33-year-old Sarah Burgess’s scathingly funny, remarkably assured play about the battle for the soul of a private equity firm, starring Claire Danes and—making his professional stage debut—John Krasinski. Directing is the brilliant Thomas Kail, coming off the triumphs of Hamilton and the live-network-TV broadcast of Grease to helm a chamber piece, albeit one that goes for the jugular. “I had such a strong reaction to the confidence and muscularity and precision of Sarah’s writing,” says Kail, who is staging the play in the round. “I wanted to get all of us as close to the action as possible, to create a mini-colosseum where we could watch these characters crash into each other.”Continue Reading (…)
In the latest issue of The Edit, Claire talks to Emily Cronin about love, therapy and Carrie’s happily ever after. We have updated our photo gallery with digital scans, as well as the photo session featured in the December issue of the magazine. A huge thanks to our lovely friend Lora, from daisy-ridley.net, for sending these images our way!
Claire is the upcoming covergirl for Allure Magazine! Thanks to Refinery29, we have bits and pieces of her interview, as well as medium quality pictures of her beautiful cover shoot.
Claire Danes has had a hell of a year. She’s starred in a reinvigorated Homeland and played a cheating wife in Aziz Ansari’s masterful Master of None.
Now, she’s covering Allure magazine and dropping knowledge that has nothing to do with potentially drowning her baby on Homeland. The My So-Called Life star said that she takes issue with people describing her as a fearless actress.
“Oh, I’m full of fear. I care about things; therefore, I have fears,” she tells Allure. “I like to think that I’m brave, which is different. Brave means you’re able to admit that you care. If you care, you are vulnerable.”
Just as she did in a Bazaar cover story last year, the actress dished on her infamous “cry face.”
“I’m very vain about my performance. I want to give as honest a performance as I can. But I’m not so worried about being regarded as beautiful when I’m playing a character,” she tells Allure. “I have plenty of vanity in my life. I want to look pretty in the world. But I can be this bottomless pit.”
I’ve never fully understood the big deal about the mythical Danes cry face. Do any of us look good when we cry? It seems like the height of absurdity to call out an actress for her production of maybe the rawest human emotion. Also, how would you like it if Claire Danes came to your work and took pictures of the faces you make when you’re checking email? (Actually, wait: That sounds awesome, never mind.)
Danes also spoke of future plans, perhaps hinting that Master of None could become the rule rather than the exception when it comes to future roles. “I’d love to do a comedy. I’d love to play somebody who is much more terrestrial and low-key and of this planet that most of us know and love,” Danes says. “I would like to maybe not save the world for a second.”
Photo Sessions > 2015 > Session 06
Photo Sessions > 2015 > Session 06: Behind The Scenes