Claire Foy thinks she has “horrible style” in movie initiatives.
The 37-year-old actress did not initially need to be in her new film ‘The Electrical Lifetime of Louis Wain’ as a result of it was a “interval movie a couple of man”, and she or he at all times presumes new initiatives are “going to be terrible”.
She mentioned: “It’s a stunning, stunning movie, however I didn’t need to be in it in any respect as a result of it was a interval movie a couple of man.
“I’ve received horrible style and it seems each single job I’ve ever finished, I’ve gone, ‘That’s going to be terrible,’ and a few of them have been actually good!
“I’m actually glad I didn’t go together with my intuition on this one because it’s actually good; so whimsical, and exquisite.”
The acclaimed actress – who starred as a younger Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix hit ‘The Crown’ – seems alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘The Electrical Lifetime of Louis Wain’, which tells the story of the artist recognized for his outlandish impressions of cats.
Foy joked that whereas she loved working with the felines, Cumberbatch now has a “pathological hatred” of moggies.
Talking on an upcoming episode of ‘The Graham Norton Present’, she says: “I liked the cats, however Benedict now has a pathological hatred of working with them – they’re very excessive upkeep, they usually have been extra vital than him!”
The film sees Cumberbatch tackle the function of the artist and inventor Wain, whereas Foy stars as his spouse Emily.
‘The Graham Norton Present’, BBC One, thirty first December 10.20pm.