Florence Pugh Says People In The Indie Film Community Were 'Really Pissed' When She Joined The MCU

Florence Pugh Says People In The Indie Film Community Were ‘Really Pissed’ When She Joined The MCU

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While many would consider joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a huge career achievement, Florence Pugh said not everyone felt the same way when she landed her role.

During an interview with Time magazineposted online Tuesday, the actress, who joined the MCU as Yelena Belova with 2021’s Black Widowhe said that some people in the independent film community were “really pissed off”.

“They were like, ‘Great, now she’s gone for good,'” he explained. “And I’m like, ‘No, I’m working as hard as I used to. I’ve always done back-to-back movies. It’s just that people are watching them now. You just need to be a little more organized with your schedule.’”

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Pugh also appeared on the Disney+ show Hawk eye. But before Marvel, she made a name for herself in Hollywood with several independent films, including Mid summer AND Lady Macbethand continues to work on it, like his most recent projects The wonder AND A good person.

During a previous interview in March, she also recalled people in the industry telling her, “I’m never going back to small movies.” But Pugh said she believes “there’s beauty in all kinds of those movies.”

After nearly a decade in the industry, Pugh continues to find balance with the projects he takes on. But it doesn’t matter what it is, the actress said Time who can also get an idea of ​​a film’s success while working on the set. She didn’t share the name of the project, but noted that she’s “definitely” seen a movie fall apart before.

“A whole movie set, they’re all making a huge effort because they want to be there,” the Don’t worry honey star said. “And if someone doesn’t want to be there or if someone isn’t pulling their weight, you can feel it. The movie looks wrong.

As for the future, Pugh said he hopes his future includes some time singing on stage, especially after writing and performing music in A good person.