This is the list of Best Florence Pugh Movies and TV Shows. Florence Pugh is an English actress. Born in Oxford, her first role was in 2014’s The Falling. Pugh has become a rising star in the past year, notably with her leading role as a violent bride in Lady Macbeth. This performance won her a British Independent Film Award.
- Black Widow, 2021
Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, faces her past when she learns of a plot that ties to her dark history. With an organization that won’t stop until it has her, Natasha has to deal with her past being a spy and the broken relationships she left behind long before she became an Avenger.
- Father of the Bride Part 3, 2020
The Father of the Bride Part 3 is an upcoming British-American comedy film written and directed by Charles Shyer. The third installment in the Father of the Bride trilogy, it is a sequel to Father of the Bride II.
- Little Women, 2019
After the Civil War, Jo moves to New York and pursues her dream of becoming a writer. Her sister Amy takes an interest in painting and spends time in Paris. They have a chance encounter with Theodore, childhood crush of Jo’s who had proposed to her but was ultimately rejected. Meg is their oldest sibling and has married her high school sweetheart. They are shy, so when they found out they had a terminal illness their family spent all their time together to support each other
- Midsommar, 2019
A couple travel to Sweden, dreaming of a relaxing getaway from the city. However, their dream quickly turns into a nightmare when they become embroiled in the local pagan cult’s competition.
- Leading Lady Parts, 2018
“Leading Lady Parts” is a 2018 short film directed by Jessica Swale and inspired by the Time’s Up movement. The film stars several A-list actresses auditioning for a leading lady role, which provides an interesting critique of the casting process as it unfolded in front of us. It premiered on BBC Four earlier this year.
- The Little Drummer Girl, 2018
The TV show The Little Drummer Girl is based on a book from 1983. Its first episode aired on 28th of October, 2018 and the next ones will be aired in November on BBC One.
- Acting for a Cause, 2020
Acting to a Cause showcases the different ways in which actors and actresses have made a difference to the world through their acting. The documentary includes interviews with famous actors and actresses who have been influential in campaigning for certain causes.
- In the Time It Takes to Get There, 2019
In the Time It Takes to Get There is a compilation of nine short films that capture the essence of the best Florence Pugh movies and TV Shows. Her acting is so riveting and her performances in these films and TV Shows are so powerful, they deserve to be called best in 2019.
- Outlaw King, 2018
After he was crowned King of Scotland, warrior legend Robert the Bruce was forced into exile but came back with a band of outlaws to reclaim his throne.
- Fighting With My Family, 2019
Born into a family that’s historically been in the world of wrestling, both Paige & her brother Zak are completely happy when they get the chance to try out for the WWE. But looking at all of you people I can tell you know what happens next. Paige’s journey takes her all over the world and pushes her to discover who she is. In the end, she realizes that what sets her apart from other people is what makes her a star.
- The Commuter, 2018
Insurer Michael’s commute home became anything but routine when he received a mysterious voicemail on his train. He now had to uncover the identity of this ‘hidden passenger’ before they arrived at their final destination. In the midst of working to solve a puzzle he realizes a deadly plan is unfolding and he is unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy that has life and death stakes for everyone on the train.
- Marcella, 2016
After the international success of `The Bridge’, acclaimed Swedish writer Hans Rosenfeldt’s first British drama series is continuing to amaze audiences of all kinds. Anna Friel stars in the lead role of Marcella Backland, a British police detective working in contemporary London. Set in Rosenfeldt’s unique style of Nordic Noir, the body of a missing child is discovered inside a wall and a task-force is assembled
- King Lear, 2018
King Lear, an 88-year old king, divides his kingdom among his three daughters. Goneril and Regan flatter him but Cordelia refuses because she thinks he’s already overexposed. So King Lear banished her. Goneril and Regan have surprisingly gained power after their father is away. They expelled him from their homes with the help of Lear’s Prime Minister, Gloucester. At the same time, Gloucester’s son perishes since he deceived his father.
- Lady Macbeth, 2016
Recently wed to a wealthy industrialist, Katherine feels like she’s cocooned & alone. As his wife was forced to spend all her time out of boredom, her husband is called away to one of his collieries. She began a passionate and fiery relationship with a young groom from the estate, beginning a conflict with her strict and unforgiving family that would not take this insult lightly.
- Malevolent, 2018
A brother-sister team of fraudsters who fabricated paranormal encounters for money gets more than they bargained for when they take on a job at an estate with actual paranormal activity happening.