Welcome to Stunning Jodie Comer your newest source dedicated to the Emmy award winning British Actress Jodie Comer. Jodie is best known for her role as Villanelle in the TV Series Klling Eve but you also may recognise her as Elizabeth of York in the Starz TV Series The White Princess, as Ivy Moxam in the TV Mini-Series Thirteen and as Chloe Gemell in the TV Series My Mad Fat Diary. Jodie is set to star alongside Ryan Reynolds in Free Guy and alongside Ben Affleck and Matt Damon in The Last Duel. Stunning Jodie Comer aims to be your most up-to-date and comprehensive source for Jodie. Check back daily for all the latest news, photos and info. Thank you for visiting the site and supporting Jodie and her career!
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EXCLUSIVE: Here’s a hot one: Killing Eve star Jodie Comer and The Irishman actor Stephen Graham are on the brink of signing up for a Channel 4 drama that will be set in a UK care home during the coronavirus crisis, Deadline can reveal.

The four-part series is housed at All3Media International-backed production outfit The Forge, which has reunited the stellar team behind the BAFTA-winning National Treasure to make the topical drama, including writer Jack Thorne and director Marc Munden.

Details on the plot are being closely guarded by those involved, but we hear that the action will be set in and around a British care home in 2020. The show was originally called Home, but producers are now rethinking this title.

UK care homes have been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 19,000 residents dying because of the disease. As a result, they are now at the epicenter of some of the strictest lockdown measures in the country, with residents unable to see loved ones in any meaningful way for fear of sparking outbreaks among vulnerable people.

Thorne, who himself suffered with a suspected bout of coronavirus, has been vocal about conditions in care homes and the lack of personal protective equipment provided to staff and residents. “Care homes for elderly or disabled people seem to be the lowest priority right now,” he tweeted in April after reading about 15 deaths in a Luton care home.

Thorne, a stupendously busy writer who is also behind His Dark Materials and The Aeronauts, has real form in landing powerful and timely dramas for Channel 4 having written National TreasureKiriThe Virtues, and The Accident for the UK broadcaster in recent years.

And in casting Comer and Graham, Channel 4 will be uniting two of the UK’s hottest actors. They will also serve as executive producers. The Liverpudlians have great affection for each other, with Comer personally thanking Graham last year after winning a BAFTA for her breakout role in Killing Eve. The pair first worked together in BBC One’s 2012 series Good Cop.

As well as making National Treasure for Channel 4, the company was also behind Kiri and The Accident. It is also currently making Season 4 of classroom drama Ackley Bridge for the broadcaster.


November 17, 2020 Mel Leave a Reply

The Emmy-nominated actress, who’s once again up against costar Sandra Oh, talks Villanelle and privacy concerns.

Just as Jodie Comer was getting a break from being Villanelle, production on The Last Duel, a period drama-thriller starring Adam Driver and Matt Damon, was cut short. Within a few weeks, the 27-year-old actress was once again immersed in the universe of Killing Eve, with quarantine turning each week’s episode of season 3 into an event. As the show delved further and further into Villanelle’s backstory, the fandom surrounding Killing Eve was unavoidable—especially for Comer. The previously straightforward role of a stylish serial killer now had complexity, making her even more irresistible. And fans, including Elton John, were riveted.

Perhaps it’s partly thanks to her growing fame that Comer, in turn, has become a passionate fan of another series: I Hate Suzie, which stars Billie Piper as an actress whose phone gets hacked. Whether or not the leaked images making headlines are real, they turn Suzie’s life upside down and shatter any semblance of privacy. But you don’t have to be a celebrity to get the draw of the series. In this day and age, Comer noted, everyone has privacy concerns. Here, she shares how she navigates her own, along with a few hints at Villanelle’s future.

Where are you right now?

I’m in Ireland, in a place called Dalkey that’s about 20 minutes south of Dublin. It’s really beautiful, actually—like a tiny little town right on the sea. I’m enjoying the village life at the moment.

How long have you been there?

I’ve been here for two weeks. I’m about to resume filming on The Last Duel, which we were in the middle of all the way back in March. The time has kind of come to carry it on. It’s crazy, but it feels like the safest place to be, in a sense, with all the measurements and precautions they’re obviously having to take. They take things extremely seriously. I’m going back to set on Monday, and I’m sure it will be different. But I think it’ll be a good atmosphere to be around, with everybody so ready to get back to work. My costars have been back for a week, so they’ve already started, but so far I’ve only seen them on Zoom calls.

Does it throw off your process, to deal with an interruption?

Yeah, I guess so. It’s funny, because I always find that it’s not until, like, six weeks into a job that I then feel like I know what I’m doing. And that’s when we stopped. [Laughs] You know, I’m sure it’ll be fine. I hope. Once I get my wig back on and my clothes on, I’m hoping it’ll all come back to me.

Where had you been quarantining prior to this?

I was in Liverpool with my family, which was lovely. Everyone was healthy, which is the main thing. And my brother was home. I got to spend a lot of time with them that I don’t usually get, so I feel very lucky in that sense.

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September 18, 2020 Mel Leave a Reply

I have upload three new additions of Jodie’s Noble Panacea advertisement. One is from the shoot, the other are two are behind the scenes.

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2020 | ‘Noble Panacea’ Promotional Photoshoot

August 29, 2020 Mel Leave a Reply

Killing Eve costume designer Sam Perry, who is nominated for an Emmy, told E! News about the planning that went into creating the looks for Villanelle, portrayed by Jodie Comer.

One can tell a lot about a person based on their clothing.

A coffee stain on a shirt, or the lack thereof, can hint at the level of chaos someone experienced that morning. Likewise, the decision to wear a hoodie rather than a coat can indicate whether a person intends to go into an office that day.

It’s these subtle details that Killing Eve costume designer Sam Perry took into consideration when planning out the looks for season three of the BBC America series.

Talking to E! News on the phone from her home in England, Perry shared that ahead of filming she would look over the script and talk to the art department to determine how the characters’ own journeys would be reflected in their wardrobe. And since this season largely focused on Villanelle’s (Jodie Comer) mission to understand who she is, it makes sense that a large part of her time was dedicated to dressing the complex lead.

Starting the discussion with Villanelle’s wedding in episode one, Perry explained that she dressed her in a black Comme des Garçons tailcoat and Simone Rocha blouse, because it simply isn’t “her vibe” to wear a white bridal gown. As Perry remarked, “She just does whatever she feels like in that moment, on that day, regardless of whether it’s right or not. She just doesn’t want to answer to anybody.”

But after that, a brighter, more youthful Villanelle emerged as she prepared for a life as a handler in Barcelona, Spain. Out were the pantsuits and in were eye-catching patterns, flowing dresses and softer colors that signified a new start for the assassin.

(Jodie Comer herself told E! News over email that she “loved” this dress.)

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August 24, 2020 Mel Leave a Reply

Welcome to Adoring Jodie Comer at jodiecomer.net, your newest source dedicated to British actress Jodie Comer.  My name is Mel and this site is several months of hard work that I am thrilled to be able to share with Jodie fans alike.

I first saw Jodie in The White Princess and have been captivated by her ever since.  Jodie is one of those actresses that is so versatile and phenomenal that just when you think you have witnessed her on top of her game, she takes it to a whole other level.  Her role as Villanelle in Killing Eve is a case in point!

There is still a lot left to do on the site, and with COVID-19 it is perfect timing to work on completing the site with screen captures, articles and video clips. So watch this space.  In the meantime, please follow the site on Twitter.

August 22, 2020 Mel 2 Replies