Welcome to Holliday Grainger Fan, your best source for everything on Holliday Grainger. You may know her best for her role as Lucrezia Borgia on the Showtime show 'The Borgias', eventhough you may have seen her in corsets a lot her most recent projects have left that out! This site aims to update you with all the latest news on Holly's career. Enjoy your stay and hopefully came back! For any question or doubt e-mail us here
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  admin   —     July 03, 2019

Seems like Holly has been on vacation for her current projects, and before she comes back she has enjoyed Glastonbury with a bunch of friends, which some you may remember from previous projects! Among st her friends are that attended the festival are: Vanessa Kirby, Douglas Booth, Gemma Chan, Harry Treadaway, Bel Powley, Billie Piper and others!

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MISC – RANDOM PHOTOS

  admin   —     April 15, 2019

 

Last week, Holly attended Lily James’s 30th year Birthday party! She wore the same mustard pants as she previously wore on Toronto Film Festival. Enjoy:

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 CANDIDS – APR 04, 2019: ARRIVING AT LILY JAMES BIRTHDAY PARTY

Thank you to the wonderful Danielle-Campbell.org and Nicole for the candids!

  admin   —     March 04, 2019

 

Holliday Grainger is currently in London filming ‘The Capture’ as she embraces the character Rachel Carey. As we previously saw on other filming pictures, Holly looked fierce in a dark green longline coat, a black shirt, loose-fitting trousers and heeled boots which makes us miss the Strike series! Alongside her, but sadly not in the same filming pictures, was her costar Callum Turner. We hope to know more about this BBC drama soon.

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CANDIDS – FEB 28, 2019: FILMING ‘THE CAPTURE’

  admin   —     January 30, 2019

Holliday graced Sundance Film Festival 2019 edition with the cast & crew of the female-lead comedy “Animals”! She attended on January 27th and 28th, in two different events, being the second the official premiere date. During the days Holly showed up in several portrait sessions which are now available on our gallery! We will soon bring you more so keep refreshing our site for news.

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PHOTOSHOOTS & PORTRAITS – 2019

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PUBLIC APPEARANCES – 2019 – JAN 27: THE VULTURE SPOT AT SUNDANCE – DAY 3

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PUBLIC APPEARANCES – 2019 – JAN 28: 2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL – ‘ANIMALS’ PREMIERE

Variety: Sundance Film Review: ‘Animals’

Thirty is a curious age, at once unsettling and perilously close to settled: the first point at which you can see another adult version of yourself in the rearview mirror, and wonder what’s gone right or wrong. Its onset has a different effect on the two hard-partying Dublin girlfriends at the center of “Animals,” as their once watertight bond starts to leak boozily at the seams. For Laura, a self-styled, self-doubting 32-year-old writer, that rearview glance is one she’d rather not take, as she senses herself sliding out of sync with the world around her; for Tyler, her proudly feckless BFF, looking back only emboldens her to carry on as before.
(…) Played with fizzing yin-and-yang chemistry by Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat, they’re a welcome corrective to the more superficially subversive female leads of comedies like “Trainwreck,” whose external damage mask surprisingly conservative aspirations; heterosexual romance is an option, not a destination, in a film that sees the wine glass as half-full and half-empty by turns. (…) And if Shawkat is on fine, well-established form as a caustic social rebel, “Animals” ought to be a major career breakthrough for the superb Grainger, hitherto underused on the big screen, as a heroine unsold on her own heroism. (…)
It’s the performances that punch through the illusion, as Grainger and Shawkat’s dynamic turns on a dime from raucous, debauched complicity to savage mutual confrontation — the kind of close, cold truth-telling that, where best friends are involved, results more often than not in hurtful lies being told. Along with its ideally matched stars, “Animals” knows that the best buddy movies are really romances, and no less prone to searing heartbreak. “We will always have each other,” Laura tells Tyler, “but there comes a time when there needs to be room for other things.” Hyde’s punkily poetic film peruses those “other things” with a wary, hopeful eye, finally trusting its disheveled characters to find them for themselves. They’re only in their thirties, after all.

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  admin   —     September 26, 2018

On September 16, Holly was seen Out & About in London with some of her closest friends: Bel Powley, Ruta Gedmintas, Douglas Booth and the Treadaway twins.

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candids > sep 16, 2018: out & about with treadaway twins, bel powley, ruta gedmintas, douglas booth etc

  admin   —     January 29, 2018