We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Ella Purnell Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I’m really interested in food now. I never used to be. I always used to just eat when I’m hungry, and now it’s an experience.
I didn’t really have idols growing up, but some of my friends were huge fangirls.
The detail that goes into couture stuff is insane. Everything is handmade – every sequin, every double stitch.
I like to prove people wrong.
I don’t think there was any point where I was like, ‘I want to be an actor for the rest of my life.’ The nice thing about being a kid is you don’t have to make those decisions. Then all of a sudden, you blink, and you’re 18.
What I love about this job is it’s literally a different day every single day, isn’t it? One day you’re a nurse, the next day you’re in a band – you can just make it up. I’m just a big kid, and that’s really what this job is – just playing dress-up every day.
All women are strong, and we don’t need to write stronger female roles; what we need to start writing is real women that have emotions and have real-life thoughts.
I can’t just pretend to be someone else all my life. I have to mix it up.
I’m blessed with being quite secure – not necessarily about my looks, but if someone says, ‘I don’t like what you’re wearing,’ I am never going to go and cry about it. I think that does come with age, though.
I want to be a part of a movie that changes people’s conceptual framework, and suddenly you see things in a different way.
I used to think fashion was silly, and now I think it can be one of the purest expressions of art.
The 1950s is my favourite era.
That’s something I want to do: cover all sorts of genres to find the one I love most.
When I worked with Keira Knightley in ‘Never Let Me Go,’ I learned how to be classy and sophisticated.
I always feel like sugar cubes aren’t big enough.
I think passion in a physical way goes hand in hand with taste and smell.
I think it’s really hard for filmmakers to adapt books.
When you’re growing up, the most important thing is to try to not change yourself too much. Be you, because everyone else is taken.
There’s a joke in my family that I’m going to make a career out of playing other people’s younger selves.
What I use when I’m acting comes from what I learn about myself.
I’ve acted for as long as I can remember, really.
I don’t know any 21-year-old who’s not having an existential crisis.
Twenty is a hard time. It doesn’t matter what profession you’re in or how much experience you have, you’re always going to be haunted by this feeling of failing. It’s terrifying.
I’d like to be smart, fun, and real. It’s very easy to just put together a pretty dress, some heels, and some jewels. I don’t want to be that girl. It’s all about being brave, taking risks. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
I’m very fortunate that I really like acting, but it’s not all I want to do. I love to sing. I love blues. I love jazz.
When I got to know Margot Robbie on the set of ‘The Legend of Tarzan,’ I learned just how important it is to be lovely to everyone you meet.
Whenever anybody asked me, ‘Who is your number one director to work with?’ I would always say Tim Burton.
Social media can be so damaging.
The world is changing, and you have to keep up with the way the world is changing as well as your own expectations that you set for yourself or that your family might set you.
I did a bit of baby modeling. I loved it.