FEW actors exude intelligence and class like Rosamund Pike. Qualities that make her one of the most-watchable actresses around regardless of the standard of material she is dealing with.
As one of her latest films Entebbe releases on DVD and Blu-ray, Close-up Culture have selected our ten favourite Rosamund Pike films.
10) What We Did On Our Holiday (2014)
A trip to the Scottish Highlands turns into family introspection as Pike plays discontented wife and mother Abi.
9) Die Another Day (2002)
PIKE goes from Bond girl to Bond villain in a memorable big-screen debut, even though it would prove not to be her most surprising mid-film turn.
8) Barney’s Version (2010)
IN Robert Lantos’ comedy-drama, Pike makes the perfect soulmate for the energetic mess of Paul Giamatti’s Barney.
7) Made In Dagenham (2010)
PIKE shines alongside Sally Hawkins in this 2010 biopic.
6) Entebbe (2018)
AS real-life plane hijacker Brigitte Kuhlmann, Pike taps into her cold-hearted side and shows off German language skills.
5) An Education (2009)
AN unsual turn for Pike as she plays a materialistic and seemingly vapid woman in Lone Scherfig’s drama.
4) Pride & Prejudice (2005)
IN one of the most beloved adaptations of Jane Austen’s classic, Pike turns in a brilliant supporting performance as Jane Bennet.
3) A United Kingdom (2016)
AMMA Asante’s British biographical drama sees Pike’s character Ruth Williams fall in love with African royalty Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo).
2) Hostiles (2017)
HOSTILES thrusts Pike into the cruel and violent world of 1800s America.
1) Gone Girl (2014)
UNQUESTIONABLY Pike’s most iconic role to date, Gone Girl displayed what an layered and captivating actress she is.