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Imogen Poots and her Roadies co-star Carla Gogino are on the August issue of InStyle USA, looking very gorgeous. Thanks to Amanda, from, i have added to the gallery outtakes and scans from the issue!

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As stated in a previous post, Imogen would be making her appearance on Off Camera with Sam Jones this Monday (June 6). I’ve added to the gallery another magazine cover, plus an outtake from her appearance on the podcast. Sadly the full interview isn’t avaliable for free, but you can buy it here.

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In Imogen Poots, we have our second guest and second Brit to abandon early veterinary dreams for acting—but this time due to a tendency to faint at the sight of blood. Which is lucky because if you’ve seen 28 Weeks Later, you’ll remember Poots’ character splashing around in gleeful amounts of the fake stuff. She’s especially lucky because that’s the film that earned her a British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer. The Guardian seconded that nod, calling Poots’ “considerable potential” underused in its review of the post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller.

Poots was 17 at the time, and has been a “rising star” or “star in the making” for the ensuing decade, according to a lot of what you’ll read about her. Which begs the question, at what point is one proved an actual star? It doesn’t much matter, if you’ve proved yourself an actress. And despite having no formal training, Poots has—many times over. Granted, she had a startling number of opportunities to do so immediately following her 28 Weeks breakout. There were period films (Jane Eyre, Miss Austen Regrets); action (Need for Speed); more thrillers (Fright Night, Green Room); comedy (Solitary Man, A Long Way Down); biopics (The Look Of Love, Jimi: All Is By My Side); and indies (A Country Called Home and Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups).

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Imogen Poots is effortlessly herself. That may seem like the easiest thing in the world to accomplish, but it is a rarity for young female actors, most of whom have modeled themselves after the person they wish to become—the cool girl, the It girl, the goofball. Poots is somewhere on that spectrum, but she is wholly her own person: friendly, chatty, smart, and funny.

“I actually really love auditioning,” she says at the NoMad Hotel’s Library bar over coffee. “That doesn’t mean I’m any good at it. Most things I love don’t work out in terms of life. I really like sunsets, but they don’t happen more than once a day. If that.”

That’s the way a conversation with her swoops and dives, leaving one pleasantly destabilized. She’s discussing her new/old movie “She’s Funny That Way,” in which she stars as Izzy, a Brooklyn prostitute who is cast in a Broadway play despite her previous sexual relationship with the director (Owen Wilson), unbeknown to the play’s star, his wife (Kathryn Hahn). Coming to theaters Aug. 21 and originally filmed two years ago, the comedy is director Peter Bogdanovich’s first movie since 2001’s “The Cat’s Meow.”

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Imogen is on the cover of the June issue of Malibu Magazine, looking gorgeous. The cover from the issue, plus an outtake have been added to the gallery.

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Imogen is on the cover of the second issue of Lula Japan, looking gorgeous! Scans from the issue have been added to the gallery and hopefully, i’ll be able to post outtakes from the session soon.

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