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Riley Keough Fan Forum » RILEY KEOUGH » Riley's Projects » Flaunt Magazine-The Secret Issue-April 2016

Flaunt Magazine-The Secret Issue-April 2016

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can't wait for HQ pictures

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LOVE this

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Looks mysterious! Thanks judy!
Cannot wait for the HQs! love it!

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Love this.

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The one, sitting and laughing is cute.

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She had an instagram photo some time earlier.. That laughing one is similar to that one Smile

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Yeah I really like that one

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HQs are added to the gallery, guys party smile

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The interview in the magazine:

RILEY KEOUGH TELLS US WHAT SHE LOVES
For one, she has actual love for L.A.

Riley Keough and I meet initially at Joan’s On Third but it’s a madhouse, loud and busy with nowhere to sit, so we walk a few doors down to a vacant café, appropriately dubbed Simplethings. I wouldn’t have made the budding, unassuming movie star if not for the strange, remnant eye makeup from the photoshoot that just wrapped. Really, she’s just another 26-year-old Angeleno (I don’t have to remind you who her grandfather was) longing for a place in Atwater Village. “I’d never thought I’d live in this part of town, but so many of my friends do.”
Amid the honking cars and chatty pedestrians, she candidly takes my phone and places it down in front of her, explaining that she tends to speak very quietly. “Doing interviews makes me so sick of myself. I hate talking about myself, but I have to.” The world must be going by at light speed for Keough. She’s just returned from Sundance for two different projects: Lovesong with Jena Malone, and The Girlfriend
Experience, a serialized redux of Steven Soderbergh’s experimental film of the same name. Her acting career so far has gone through a relatively gentle acceleration, beginning with her portrayal of Marie Currie in The Runaways (2010), before making waves as downtrodden protagonists in Magic Mike (2012), and last year’s epic Mad Max (2015). Now, with the highly-anticipated and not-so lo-fi The Girlfriend Experience, Keough’s likely to make a more controversial splash courtesy of her character Christine Reade—a law student who decides to supplement her income via transactional relationships with older, wealthy men.
Tell me about transitioning from Lovesong to your character in The Girlfriend Experience.

It’s funny that Lovesong came out at the same time as the show. I shot Lovesong maybe a year before. Those definitely weren’t characters that overlapped. What I really liked about GFE was that the role is not your average female lead, and she’s not extremely likable. We were trying to do something new that gets a reaction out of people, whether that’s good or bad, and we know the topic [escorting] can be whatever it is to people, but the topic wasn’t the point of the show, it was more about Christine engaging in this enterprise, rather than coming from a ‘bad background’ or some kind of oppression. It’s not a sad story. It was more of a character study for me, and Christine’s job, both in law and in escorting, is a part of that. It tells a lot about her.
Were you hesitant to take on the role?

I was definitely nervous about some things. But once I talked to Amy [Seimetz] and Lodge [Kerrigan] and trusted them, we all had the same idea about her and the show, and it was really exciting. It just gets weirder and weirder. And a bit creepy. The ending is extremely out there. I don’t want to say too much, but I think it’s really funny how the season ends.
So it’s weird, creepy—and funny?

I think it’s hilarious. I was laughing the whole time, but I don’t know if that’ll be people’s response.
I was talking about this with Soderbergh, I think people will have a lot of different responses, be it angry, annoyed, frustrated, interested or whatever. There was no real goal in what people were going to feel. We just wanted to present this story in a sort of voyeuristic way without swaying the audience in any direction. You’re just watching this girl and you feel kind of uneasy… You’re watching this girl making these dubious decisions and getting herself into difficult situations, but her own morals never waiver, which is what I love about the character. She’s always ‘right.’ She never doubts—well, I don’t know if she does or not, that’s up to the audience to decide, but she believes in what she does and does it the best she can.
How do you feel about L.A. being so coveted at the moment?

I was always behind L.A. Even when the sentiment was: I hate L.A., New York’s got so much culture. I was always like, no sugars! that! L.A. is dope. Live here, be from here, and you’d see. I love the culture by the beach, I love the culture on the east side, I love the telephone wires, the palm trees, the Hispanic influence everywhere and the taco stands. I love the history in Laurel Canyon and Venice. I love the Valley—especially the Valley in the ’70s.
Beer or yoga?

I was very into yoga for a minute. Then I got very into beer. [laughs] I just love doing stuff outside; hiking, swimming, anything. I’d rather do anything outside than run on a treadmill while watching TV. Let’s be real, though, I haven’t worked out in like six months.
Do you get into the alien phenomenon at all?

I love aliens. If I could make any one thing happen in my lifetime, it would be for aliens to come here. Everyone’s so scared of it. I talk to my husband and he’s terrified of the idea, and I find it so exciting. The idea that there’s something else, besides just this. I mean, who’s to say? Maybe they’ll kill everybody, I don’t know. At least there’s something else—something other than Joan’s on Third.

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My favorites are the first one and the up close one ,brilliant to put in the fake nose ring! The black and whites are awesome, and I love how she can stand there and make no facial expression but be so different! What I don't like is when they cut off the photo and I can't see her shoes... This is a great shoot though!

keough

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thanks for the HQ ones!

Yada

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A new photo from this photoshoot!
Is it an outtake??

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roza

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Can you all see the video? It is blocked for my country. :-(

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roza wrote:[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Can you all see the video? It is blocked for my country. :-(

Blocked for Ireland, too Sad

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driley

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try it from this link:

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yay, it's working! Thanks driley

roza, can you watch it now?

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roza

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Yes, thanks. Would love to dowload it. Great video.

driley

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you're welcome Smile

judy

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Yay! A new candid! Thanks so much, judy! Keep it up!

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I love everything Flaunt does...their shoots are so cool

Yada

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lilsurprises wrote:I love everything Flaunt does...their shoots are so cool

Me, too! Love their original, kinda shocking photoshoots! cool!

Just like the one in your avatar! I don't think you've changed it at all!

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lilsurprises

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I know lol... It's my fav photo..... I can't change it 😍😍

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amezing photos

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