Every One Of Florence Pugh’s Upcoming (And Rumoured) Movie Roles

Do you ever feel like you’re one of the most talented people on planet earth? That’s something myself and Florence Pugh must have in common.

You see, during lockdown, I have mastered how to cook the perfect waffle in the oven. Bung it in there for seven and a half minutes, then flip it for a further seven and a half minutes. It’s crispy on the outside, but oh, so fluffy on the inside.

Meanwhile, Florence is an Academy Award-nominated star who’s appeared alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Scarlett Johansson and Meryl Streep to name a few. Sure. But back on to my waffles…

Florence doesn’t have a lot planned for the foreseeable future. After all, she told THR earlier this year – before she become Instagram’s next best culinary sensation – that she’d like to take a break.

I am taking a break. I’m aware that I’ve been going for about four years now.

I’ve been saying I need to just chill for a second for about two years, but I’m so bad, because I will hear that something’s going around, and I’m like, “Oh my God. I need to do Midsommar.”

Then they’re like, “But Florence, you said you wanted to have a break.” So that’s my fault. But I am going to try and just rest for a second.

The Hollywood Reporter

But until then, you can still see one of the world’s most talented 20-something year olds in their prime. (No, I’m not, sadly, talking about my waffle-making; I’m talking about Florence Pugh’s upcoming films.)

Black Widow (2020)

Where were you on 1 May 2020, the release date of Black Widow? Or, should I say, the original release date of Black Widow? Yes, I’m sobbing too.

The first film in Phase Four of the MCU see Florence take on the role of Yelena Belova – not only someone who is causing my autocorrect to have a field day, but a sister-figure to Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff.

According to director, Cate Shortland, Romanoff will be “handing [Belova] the baton” in the film, and that “it’s going to propel another female storyline”. That’s just what I need – Tom Holland and Florence Pugh fighting for my affection in every upcoming Marvel movie. I’m just one man.

Don’t Worry, Darling (TBC)

I may have posted something on Instagram that may have caused me to receive, possibly, tonnes of angry DMs. It may have looked a little something like this…

All I’m saying is that you do not get a more powerful squad than the cast of Olivia Wilde’s upcoming Don’t Worry, Darling, do you? You have a Hulk? We have a Florence Pugh.

Currently, the plot is unknown, it is described as a psychological thriller focusing on an unhappy housewife in the 1950s.

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