Anya Taylor-Joy models latex hotpants AND bra for racy shoot


Actress Anya Taylor-Joy makes eyes stand still as she put on a very racy display as she channelled her inner femme fatale for British GQ’s Heroes Issue.

The 28-year-old is on the promotional trail for Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga – the origin story of the renegade warrior – and seemed to take inspiration from her fiery character for the brooding shoot.

Anya, who admitted to the publication that filming the apocalyptical movie had helped unlock her ‘feminine rage’, looked fighting fit as she threw up her hands in a boxing stance for one snap. 

She Models it Apocalyptical

She put her incredible figure on display in a pair of latex hotpants that she paired with thigh high boots and a leather bomber jacket. 

A slick of scarlet lipstick added a splash of colour to the look, while her blonde locks were slicked back in wet look style. 

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For another striking snap, the blonde bombshell covered up with a black bob wig. 

She stripped down to a white bra and sheer blouse as she submerged herself in a tub of water for the racy shoot. 

A style chameleon, she mixed things up again for the cover shot, reverting to her natural blonde locks but sporting thick rimmed black glasses. 

Anya is currently in Cannes where she has been promoting Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga. 

Anya Taylor-Joy Talked About Her Role in Furiosa

Speaking about how the role changed her as a person, she confessed it had helped her learn how to ‘be angry’ for herself. 

She explained: ‘I’ve developed a bit of a reputation for fighting for feminine rage, which is a strange thing, because I’m not promoting violence – but I am promoting women being seen as people. 

‘We have reactions that are not always dainty or unmessy.

‘For all my championing of female rage, I’ve never been an angry person. For a long time the only time I ever got angry was on other people’s behalves. 

‘I’ve always internalised this thing of “I’ve done something wrong. If you treat me badly, it’s because I am the problem.” 

‘And I’m so grateful for Furiosa, because there was a real moment where I started getting angry for myself.’

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