Anya Taylor-Joy can’t wait to reunite with the cast of “The Queen’s Gambit”

Movie star Anya Taylor-Joy has been on the rise since her big performance in 2015’s The Witch, but last year’s release of “The Queen’s Gambit” Netflix (and the acclaim for it) has made it a household name.

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The 25-year-old Emmy-nominated actress, who was born in Miami and later raised in Argentina and the UK, has already won a SAG Award and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Gambit’s orphan chess prodigy, Beth Harmon, and looks forward to an experience attending the Emmys in person.

“I’ve never really done an awards show,” said the actress in a recent interview for People magazine, who is nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. “I’m looking forward to it, but also semi-terrified because my entire awards show this year [hasta ahora] it has been in front of a computer. Then I just shut up and run around my room and I’m essentially a psychopath. “

The star also shared that she is excited to get back together in the same room with the cast and crew of the hit series.

“The team behind Queen’s Gambit has never been together. We have never really been all in the same room and have been able to celebrate,” he says. “So Emmys night will be the first time we’re in the same room and [con suerte] we can hug. It was such a beautiful group of people who treated each other with such kindness, “says Taylor-Joy of loving the experience of doing the show.” Never before have I played a character so close to me that I had to give so many of my gestures. ” .

The actress says she stayed in touch with her co-stars through an animated group string of text in which “So many crazy things happen that I can’t keep up.”

“I am very grateful that my friends keep me updated because otherwise I would not know anything. It is not much on the Internet at all. So I will receive text messages from [coprotagonista y compañero nominado al Emmy] Moses Ingram being like, ‘Hey, Drake just mentioned Beth Harmon [en una canción]’. And I said, ‘Thank you for telling me that. Thank you’. It’s crazy. “

Afterwards, the actress was asked what her chess skills are like now that she has been away from the character and from intense chess games during filming, to which she replied:

“While we were filming, it was pretty good. We played a lot between takes,” he admits. “Since then, you either get really good or try to be really good at whatever your job requires of you. I really want to go back to chess at some point, because I feel a little bad about myself. Right now, I haven’t played. for a while “. He snapped.

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The 73rd Emmy Awards will air live on Sunday, September 19 on CBS.