Julia Stiles hits the red carpet with her flawless fashion as she wears a wonderful patterned cream dress that perfectly matches her figure. Monday is the ‘Jason Bourne’ European Premiere in Leicester Square last night. We have added x photos to the gallery …
Julia’s been really busy promoting the new Jason Bourne film, we have added various new photos over in the gallery including her appearances on Good Morning America, The Daily Show and various candids of her spotted in New York City. Plus, a new HQ still from the movie!
Check out some recent interviews with the wonderful Julia …
After nine years, actress Julia Stiles has returned to the supporting role of Nicky Parsons in the upcoming movie “Jason Bourne.” Stiles says her character cares about Bourne and wants him to know about his past before she exposes the secrets surrounding him. The actress also admits she was surprised when her fiance Preston J. Cook popped the question, because she didn’t want to “ruin a perfectly good vacation” by getting her hopes of an engagement up.
Welcome to our series, the T+L Carry-On, where we take a look inside the luggage of those who find themselves frequently traveling around the world—and gain a few expert tips along the way.
This week, we caught up with actress Julia Stiles at 11 Howard in New York City. Stiles, who recently starred in the movie Blackway, will soon be appearing in the upcoming Jason Bourne film, which took her to various locations across Europe. We sat down to chat all things travel with the star, including her top tips for beating jet lag, her best celebrity airplane encounters, and, of course, her carry-on essentials. Plus, don’t forget to check out last week’s column with professional dancer, singer, and actor Derek Hough.
On Her Relationship with Travel: “Airplanes and I have a very intimate relationship; we spend a lot of time together. I travel mostly for work because I never seem to work at home, especially now that I live in Vancouver. I was born and raised in New York City, and I come back a lot, but I’m giving up my apartment here because I’m getting married to a Canadian. There’s tons of work in Vancouver, but I always work in foreign countries, which is great and exciting, but I’ve counted and in the last year in a half, I’ve been on a plane at least once, sometimes more, every month.”
Her Top Picks for Visitors to New York City—and Vancouver: “Most people who come to visit New York City are in Manhattan most of the time, but I’d recommend going to some of the other boroughs; every neighborhood in Brooklyn is very different and diverse—it kind of has that feeling of the New York I grew up in. And I love this restaurant Jack’s Wife Frida, just as a staple—especially at lunchtime. It’s consistently great. In Vancouver, there are a lot of great hikes and delicious meals to be had. The Seawall is beautiful. Just going on a bike ride, or a walk around it—it’s sort of the boardwalk around the coast, and it’s so extraordinary and amazing to me that it exists in a city.”
Travel Tips and Tricks: “I like to travel light. Sometimes, if I’m going somewhere for a longer trip, you have to check luggage, but I’ve gotten my little carry-on bag down to a tee. There are these little, square toiletry bags that that have bubble wrap on the outside, but by airport security, they’re considered a plastic baggies that you can put your toiletries in when you have to declare them—but because there’s bubble wrap, they also protect your stuff. But my number one tip would have to be to wear socks, because the most annoying thing is to get to airport security and then have to take your shoes off and walk barefoot—it’s gross, and I don’t like doing it, and I’ll never do it again.”
Her Advice for Beating Jet Lag: “Usually, I have trouble sleeping on planes, and they say you’re supposed to stay up the whole day so you can adjust your body clock, especially if it’s an overnight flight and you arrive somewhere in the morning. I can’t do that, because I hate the feeling of being sick and exhausted. So my recommendation is to take a one hour nap—not too close to bedtime, and not too much of a nap.
If I’m working, or in a place luxurious enough to do something like go to a sauna or steam room, I like to do that because it kind of takes all the grime of the plane off, and I find it really refreshing. I think it’s really good for jet lag. If it’s not, then a walk, no matter how jet lagged you are, getting sunshine and getting your bearings is really important.”
Her Travel-Beauty Routine: “I try not to wear any makeup on planes. I don’t use masks, because a plane isn’t your bathroom—it’s a public aluminum tube that’s flying through the air. I’ve been on a plane where someone was doing a sheet mask over night, and it freaked me out. But if you do want to keep your skin hydrated, which is key—no matter what type of skin you have. Spritzes are nice, and if you don’t want to buy an expensive one, you can go to any health food store and they have rosewater sprays, or you can get a bottle and mix up your own—even if just with water. So, serums and stuff—just moisturize. And I take Valerian root if it’s an overnight flight, because that’s a healthier way to try and fall asleep—or relax, at least.”
The Best Meal She’s Ever Had While Traveling: “I went to Cuba, twice—legally—and my favorite meal was from this woman who was passing food that she’d made through from her kitchen window out on to the street. It was like, a fried egg on top of rice and beans and a little salad—it was delicious.”
Her Favorite Hotel: “I’ve spent a lot of time at the Ham Yard Hotel in London—anytime I go there for work, I stay there, and it was for quite a bit when I was working on Jason Bourne. I’ve got my little coffee shop and juice spot around the corner. It’s in the center of SoHo, so it’s quite busy and chaotic outside, but as soon as you walk into the hotel it’s so peaceful and chic.”
Her Advice for Those Who Ever Find Themselves Sitting Next to Her on a Plane: “Honestly, I’m really lazy and just watch whatever movies they’re showing you. What I’ll do is put my headphones on to kind of calm down and relax, but I always wind up watching whatever the person next to me is watching. So if you’re ever sitting next to me on a plane, pick something good.”
Her Best Celebrity Encounters on a Plane “When you luck out and somebody else is paying and you get to fly first class, then it’s like, oh my God; there’s that person, and there’s that person! I’ve seen Morgan Freeman, Sigourney Weaver, and Annette Bening. Oh, and Sting! I stood next to Sting at baggage claim, once.”
The new Jason Bourne teaser not only adds adrenaline thanks to more action and fast-paced editing, it also introduces the possibility of a popular character death. Suffice to say, there may be spoilers in the following theory, so take the time to avert eyes and watch the teaser at your own risk.
Matt Damon has returned as the epic assassin Jason Bourne, when his memory is wiped to introduce a cat-and-mouse game that leaves him unable to trust easily. Fans knew Julia Stiles was returning as Nicky, but the clip gives a little more detail into how the returning ally might play a role.
Iron Hand is the name of the threat and Nicky seems wary of taking it lightly, especially with the countless shooters coming after her and Bourne. During a montage of fast-paced motorcycle riding scenes, a lone sniper takes a shot, which cuts to Nicky flying from the back of the bike to not be seen from again for the rest of the teaser.
While she could overcome her injuries and come back to assist her memory-less friend, the likely concept is that Bourne will now be motivated to investigate this mysterious Iron Hand after the loss of his ally. Don’t forget, Nicky said it’s “even worse than before.”
Jason Bourne also stars Vincent Cassel, Tommy Lee Jones, and Alicia Vikander. It hits theaters July 29.
We are delighted to reveal the first official trailer and a selection of brand new images and one-sheet for the highly anticipated upcoming JASON BOURNE.
JASON BOURNE sees original actor and director, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass, return to the iconic series they created along with Alicia Vikander, Julia Stiles, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones.
“Jason Bourne isn’t a super hero; he doesn’t wear a cape or a mask. He’s not one of those kinds of guys. He is just an ordinary man. I think when people watch Jason Bourne they can imagine how they might react in those situations and those circumstances, and when you see him thinking his way through and coming up with a plan and executing his plan, that’s incredibly exciting.” – Paul Greengrass
“It has taken us a long time to come back because we didn’t have the right story before. The world needed to change and then there comes that moment when it makes sense. You know when it feels right and that’s when you do it, not before.” – Paul Greengrass
JASON BOURNE will be released in cinemas July 2017.
Check out the trailer for Julia’s upcoming film, Great Gilly Hopkins. Plus a brand new promotional still!
Based on the book of the same name, “Gilly” Hopkins (Nélisse) is a mean, brash young girl who is headed for yet another foster home. She hates living with different people all the time and just wants to settle in with her birth mother. Gilly doesn’t like the look of her new foster mom, Trotter (Kathy Bates) and decides she is going to hate her for the rest of her life.
But then, when Nonnie (Glenn Close), comes to Trotter’s house and tells her that she will take Gilly home…and that’s when she realizes that she really wants to be with Trotter.
Daniel Alfredson’s claim to fame involves directing the second and third installments of the Swedish “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” trilogy. But his forays into English language filmmaking haven’t fared so well. His last outing was the tepid “Kidnapping Mr. Heineken,” which was followed by “Go With Me,” which premiered last September at the Venice Film Festival to a lukewarm response.
Based on the book by Castle Freeman Jr, and starring Julia Stiles, Anthony Hopkins, Ray Liotta and Hal Holbrook, the story follows a young woman who is assaulted and stalked by local logging town thug Blackway. She refuses to leave town, and a posse of sorts comes together to take on Blackway.
Go With Me opens on April 22nd. Check out the first international trailer below, and view the screencaps here.
Julia Stiles first met Leah Siegel—half of synth-pop duo Leisure Cruise and daughter of NPR’s Robert Siegel—back in 2012, when the two of them performed together in Sarah Sophie Flicker and Karen Elson’s The Citizens Band. Siegel ran into Dave Hodge, the other half of Leisure Cruise and a frequent Feist collaborator, at a café not long later. After Siegel and Hodge decided to write and record together, Stiles became the new band’s very first fan. And that’s how the three of them came to film the video for Leisure Cruise’s toe-tappy song “Crime Tip,” premiering today exclusively on Vogue.com.
The video finds Stiles inhabiting the character of a dangerous film noir seductress who happens to be the object of affection of a Scotch-drinking P.I. played by performance artist Jon Morris (of Fuerzabruta). As one might expect, she turns the tables on him, and then the glitter comes out, and things get really weird. Director Michael McQuilken conceived of the script with Stiles in mind, and she didn’t hesitate to take on the part. “A film noir–turns–twisted fairy-tale nightmare? Red lips and gold lamé? Yes please!” Stiles told us by email. “I just wish I could audition to play the tambourine for them.” So do we, Julia. So do we.