Josh O’Connor

La Chimera review – shows new ways a movie can be

By Esmé Holden

Alice Rohrwacher creates a magical fairytale about a group of tomb raiders, anchored by a soulful performance from Josh O'Connor.

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Three’s Company: Zendaya, Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist on Challengers

By David Jenkins

The trio at the heart of Luca Guadagnino's racy tennis drama tell all about summer camp, short shorts, and their formative Guadagnino experiences.

Luca Guadagnino: ‘I don’t watch tennis matches. It’s quite boring to me’

By David Jenkins

We catch up with the Italian provocateur behind Challengers: the sports drama starring Zendaya, Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist, that's getting pulses raising around the world this spring.

Challengers review – everything is sex, except sex, which is power

By Hannah Strong

Zendaya, Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist play a trio of tennis players whose lives are inextricably connected in a complicated love triangle.

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LWLies 102: the Challengers issue – Out now!

By Little White Lies

Join our fully-illustrated celebration of Luca Guadagnino’s sparkling sports romcom.

La Chimera – first-look review

By Mark Asch

Josh O’Connor breaks out his halting Italian as a grave-robbing rascal in Alice Rohrwacher’s divine exploration of time, history and memory.

Love in the Library – A brief guide to one of cinema’s most erotic spaces

By Susannah Goldsbrough

From Gone Girl to Atonement to Mothering Sunday, libraries have long featured in scenes about sex and sexuality.

Mothering Sunday

By Ella Kemp

Eva Husson’s English-language debut is a watered down adaptation of Graham Swift’s eponymous novel.


Paul Mescal and Josh O’Connor will find love in a WWI-era romance

By Charles Bramesco

Two of the UK’s preeminent heartthrobs will pool their dreaminess as the leads of Oliver Hermanus’ upcoming film.

Hope Gap

By Lillian Crawford

Annette Bening, Bill Night and Josh O’Connor star in this heartrending story of marital strife on the shoreline.



By Hannah Strong

It’s no Clueless, but a strong cast just about sustains Autumn de Wilde’s faithful take on Jane Austen’s novel.


Only You

By David Jenkins

Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor are swept up in a whirlwind romance in Harry Wootliff’s tender debut.


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