Posted by SamClaflinFans on November 18th, 2019


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On November 13th, Sam attended the Late Late Show with James Corden, alongside Beth Berths. Watch below Sam’s appearance on the show:

 



Posted by SamClaflinFans on November 12th, 2019


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Sam Claflin attended the premiere of Columbia Pictures’ “Charlies Angels” at Westwood Regency Theater on November 11, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The movie is due to be released this month in the US and the UK, as well as in other part of the world. We are looking forward to watching it soon!



Posted by SamClaflinFans on October 11th, 2019


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Sam was recently interviewed by Peaky Blinders’ director and friend Anthony Byrne. He talks about his career and why it’s important for him to choose different projects. He also chats about Peaky Blinders, his character Oswald Mosley, filming with Cillian Murphy and what it’s like to be a part of the Peaky Blinders cast. It’s a great interview! Make sure you click on the images below to be able to read the interview (you might have to zoom in).

This is from The Rake magazine, issue 66. If you would also like to purchase the magazine, click here.

Big thanks to our personal friend Jill, always contributing to our SCF Team.

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Posted by SamClaflinFans on October 10th, 2019


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Sam was recently photographed by Charlie Gray for The Rake magazine. It’s been a while since Sam’s last photoshoot and let’s say we are very happy with this one! We will let you know once we have more information on the magazine. Meanwhile, let us know which photo is your favourite…

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Posted by SamClaflinFans on August 20th, 2019


Sam attended the Peaky Blinders Q&A at BuildSeries London with co-stars Finn Cole, Harry Kirton and director Anthony Byrne. They talked about all things Series 5 and also shared exclusive behind-the-scenes photos as well as an exclusive clip! We are getting close to series 5 premiering on Sunday 25th at 9pm on BBC One. Make sure to follow us on Twitter and join our live tweet!

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Watch the exclusive clip of Oswald Mosley and Tommy Shelby: Here

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Posted by SamClaflinFans on August 20th, 2019


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The Nightingale came out in various cinemas across the US and Australia this month, as well as during film festivals such as the London Sundance Film Festival and the Venice International Film Festival. With the help of our friend Olga, we compiled a few reviews mentioning Sam’s amazing performance as Hawkins in the movie. Obviously, this is a non-exhaustive list that we will try to update.

The Nightingale also won Best Australian Feature Award at the 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival and the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival.

You can also watch our interview with Sam and spoiler-free review below:

Awards Circuit: “Meanwhile, Claflin showcases career-best work. When he is pushed, he is terrifying to everyone around him. He shows no remorse and pure anger at those around him. His entitlement drips from the screen, and his performance as an angry white man comes through in spades. He is dangerous and violent, but what could be the most chilling of all is the righteous way he performs these acts.”

Slashfilm: “On the opposite end of the spectrum is Claflin, as the consistently cruel Hawkins. This is a tricky character, because Claflin has to portray him as both someone with zero redeeming qualities who also thinks he’s entirely justified in his actions. It’s a tightrope act – in Hawkins’ mind, the violence he enacts towards Clare, Billy and others is perfectly natural, because he’s superior to them. The actor nails this…

Variety:  “Sam Claflin, playing adventurously and horrifically against type.”

A.V. Club Claflin, so charismatic in the Hunger Games and elsewhere, provides shades of a soul, shining very faintly beneath his barbarism.”

Joe Blo’s Movie Emporium:Claflin’s never disappeared into a part like this, thoroughly embracing how repugnant the character is in a way that calls timing vintage Oliver Reed.”

Nerdist:the towering performances (especially by Sam Claflin, whose Hawkins is one of the most sadistic, cruel, and eminently punchable villains since Joffrey Baratheon)”

Collider: “Sam Claflin brings an especially vile form of evil to screen playing the leader of the aforementioned group of soldiers, Lt. Hawkins.”

Jumpcut online: “Another surprising aspect of The Nightingale is that it features a completely different kind of role for Sam Claflin. Claflin has certainly been moving on and growing up from his origins in big-budget franchises (The Hunger Games, Pirates of the Caribbean, Snow White) and rom-coms (Love, Rosie and Me Before You). In recent years, he has been taking on much more morally complex roles in The Riot Club, My Cousin Rachel and Journey’s End. The role of Hawkins here is definitely his most out-and-out villainous and evil role yet, but one he leans into well, without becoming cartoonish. He mostly sticks to his accent – which is of Northern England (yet another unexpected choice) throughout and entirely divests himself of any of the boyish charm which he displayed as recently as last year’s Adrift.”

Weliveentertainment“If you are like me, you probably never thought you could hate Sam Claflin because he always plays that lovable nice guy that somehow manages to die in every other film. Well, I hate to break it to you, but Jennifer Kent has managed to make Claflin play a character that is so deplorable and vile that you may never be able to look at Sam Claflin the same way ever again. His performance is so deeply disturbing because he plays a character that shows zero remorse for his actions. He rapes and kills without a care in the world. Claflin’s performance as Hawkins is some next level acting. I honestly can’t believe that I was watching the same guy who was in Their Finest because he transforms into a man that not only abuses his power but one that doesn’t have a single redeemable quality about him.”

The Lamplight Review:“Claflin, so dashing and charming in the Pirates of the Caribbean and Hunger Games franchises, is absolutely monstrous as the sadistic Lieutenant, and viewers will have a difficult time conjuring up a cinematic villain that evokes so much hatred.

Discussing Film: “Sam Claflin is unrecognisable as the irredeemable white-devil-like officer, his performance is unfathomably intense and Claflin gets lost within.”

The List: “As Claflin bristles with dangerous levels of entitlement, it recalls his performance in contemporary drama The Riot Club, with white male privilege then and now spilling over into violence.”

Observer:A veteran of the Hunger Games films, Sam Claflin is terrifying as Hawkins, the lieutenant who is infatuated with Clare’s beauty but has complete disregard for her humanity.”

Hollywood News: “So too is Sam Claflin, whose Hawkins is about as vile a human as possible to be depicted on screen.”

Rolling Stone: “Claflin, the blond dreamboat Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games series, plays this colonial monster without dropping his charm and good looks, which makes him doubly scary. It’s a bold gamble of a performance that pays off.”

Reeling Reviews:but the most astounding performance comes from Claflin, showing complex layers of villainy rooted in the fragility of the male ego like nothing we’ve seen from him before.”

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