Keira Knightley spotted filming for 1970s-set movie Misbehaviour

Keira Knightley spotted filming for 1970s-set movie Misbehaviour

December 23, 2018

The actress wore 70s gear and dashed about with co-star Jessie Buckley, 28, in the comedy drama about the feminist flour bomb attack on comic Bob Hope as he hosted the 1970 Miss World on live TV.

For Keira, 33, it was just another beige in her remarkable career.

The stage invasion was carried out by the newly created Women’s Liberation Movement, who claimed that beauty pageants were demeaning women.

The year proved significant for Miss World in more ways than one.

After the show resumed, Miss Grenada became the first black woman to be crowned Miss World.

Misbehaviour is being produced by Bafta nominee Suzanne Mackie and directed by Bafta winner Philippa Lowthorpe (Three Girls), both of whom also recently worked on The Crown.

Recently, Keira has spoken out about body image after receiving a great amount of criticism, especially during the fiming of her 2005 film Pride and Prejudice.

She said: “It was a really funny time where I had these films that were Oscar nominated and seemed great, but then on the other side there were films that were commercially successful, but I was seen as being s***.”

All that you want to do is please everybody – but of course, you can’t.

“I mean, you can’t be thinner and fatter at the same time.”

Keira recently visited Buckingham Palace to be awarded an OBE for services to drama and charity, including travelling with Oxfam and starring in a video for Water Aid.

Her husband, Klaxons frontman James Righton, caused a stir by breaking royal protocol at the event by forgoing a tie and wearing his shirt open.

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