Felicity Jones is the hot brunette who caught moviegoers' attention in The Theory of Everything, the Oscar-winning biopic where she starred opposite Eddie Redmayne. This year, she's also going to portray Jyn Erso in the highly anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The 32-year-old British actress also landed a role opposite Tom Hanks in the silver screen adaptation of Dan Borwn's Inferno, which hits theaters on October 12. Seeing Felicity run around in the trailer for the political thriller got our blood boiling, but only in the best way possible. You see, she has that quirky mix of pretty and sexy that could propel any movie fan into obsession mode.
ICYMI, you can watch the trailer for yourself here:
To get better acquianted with the young star, here are some of her movies that you need to watch before heading to theaters to catch Inferno:
1) Like Crazy
Like Crazy is a romantic tale of two young lovers who long to be together, but are pulled apart by a long-distance relationship.
2) Chalet Girl
Felicity plays the role of Kim, a former skateboard champion who needs to make some money after her mother's tragic death. She finds a chalet job for a wealthy family where she falls head over heels in love for the son of her new boss.
3) The Theory of Everything
The biopic delves into the life of renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. Diagnosed with ALS at a very young age, he never gave up on his dreams and continued to fight his battle with the help of his supportive wife, Jane, who in the film is played by Jones.
4) The Amazing Spiderman 2
You'll remember her as the sexy secretary of Norman Osborn a.k.a. Green Goblin.
5) True Story
The movie is based on the memoir of Michael Finkel, a disgraced New York Times reporter who becomes obsessed and forms a sick relationship with accused murderer Christian Longo. In it, Jones portrays Finkel's wife, a struggling journalist trying to cope with the consequences of her husband's actions.
Inferno premieres in theaters on October 12
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