Harry Potter Helped Anya Taylor-Joy Learn English

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Published on November 13, 2020

Anya Taylor-Joy talks about having to learn the movements of chess for her role in The Queen’s Gambit five minutes before shooting them and shares how the Harry Potter series helped her learn English as a child.

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20 comments

  • Cyrus 10 months ago

    Trump 2020

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  • Lord Tetsukage 10 months ago

    Wasn’t she in New Mutants?

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  • Inmaculada Concepcion 10 months ago

    So much,♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️!!! SHE is EPIC!!!!! Queens Gambit is AMaZing. 🙌🏽🌟Thank 🌷🌻🌹✨Seth. 🙏🏽

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  • Steve C. 10 months ago

    her star is rising. may it always.

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  • Mijc Osis 10 months ago

    I kinda hate that a pair of total language nerds like those two felt they had to dumb down cerebral to ‘thinky’

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  • pranav mahanubhav 10 months ago

    Has JK told anya that she’s gay yet?

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  • lilysnana1955 10 months ago

    Chess players always say, “10 minutes to learn; a lifetime to master.” White to the right and queen on her color is all you really need to know.

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  • Gerda White 10 months ago

    Ladies – if you want to be taken seriously – don’t wear ugly clown paint on your lips. Can’t even look at you.

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  • mammyewok 10 months ago

    i had never heard of the witch but my son saw it at walmart and wanted it.its become one of my favorite movies

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  • J.P. Quixote 10 months ago

    Aw! Never seen the show or whatever but she seems very sweet and down to earth. I’ll have to check it out.

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  • annika 10 months ago

    god i love her

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  • Acedia DeKay 10 months ago

    Anya Taylor is such a Joy <3

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  • Indra Samudera 10 months ago

    I thought her name was Anna! I never realised it’s actually Anya until I heard Seth said it. And I’ve been watching her movies since Switch.

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  • Liselot R 10 months ago

    I loved, loved the show, one of the few gems of this year!

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  • Moist 10 months ago

    “Thinky” I think the word you’re looking for cerebral.

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  • Michael Mickelsen 10 months ago

    Was the guest AI?

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  • tritone11 10 months ago

    Her role in Queens Gambit feels iconic from the first scene.

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  • gentry koda 10 months ago

    Still trying to get used to the blond hair. I liked her brown hair in Split & Glass. I’d have a hard time with the red (and SHORT) hair too.

    Personally, she looks best in brown hair. But that’s just my opinion. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

    Good actress, though. I like her!

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  • jersonmajin 10 months ago

    Por fin ya le estan dando el reconocimiento que merece.

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  • Amanda Hunter 10 months ago

    She is so beautiful and ethereal! She would have been a amazing elf on LOTR!

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