Mackenzie Foy Biography, Age, Family and Films

Mackenzie Foy Biography

Mackenzie Foy is an American actress.Foy was born (Mackenzie Christine Foy) on born November 10, 2000 in Los Angeles , California,U.S.

Mackenzie Foy Age

Foy was born (Mackenzie Christine Foy) on born November 10, 2000 in Los Angeles , California,U.S. As of 2018 Foy is 18 years old.

Mackenzie Foy Family/Parents

Foy is a daughter of Andrew Steven Foy and Giorgina Karrie Foy.

Mackenzie Foy Height

Foy is approximately 1.5 m tall.

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Mackenzie Foy Career

In 2004, Foy began modeling in print ads, working for Garnet Hill, Polo Ralph Lauren and Guess.she modeled for companies such as The Walt Disney Company, Mattel and Gap

In February 2012, she joined the cast of James Wan’s horror film The Conjuring. Shooting started on February 21 in North Carolina, and the film was released in July 2013.

Foy co-starred in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, about a team of explorers who travel through a wormhole in an attempt to ensure humanity’s survival.

In July, it was announced that Foy would play Clara in 2018 in the film The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.

Mackenzie Foy Filmography

Films

Year

Title

Role

2011

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1

Renesmee Cullen

2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

Renesmee Cullen

2013

The Conjuring

Cindy Perron

2013

Wish You Well

Lou Cardinal

2014

Ernest & Celestine

Celestine

2014

The Boxcar Children

Violet

2014

Black Eyed Dog

Daisy

2014

Interstellar

Murph (10 Yrs.)

2015

The Little Prince

The Little Girl

2018

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Clara

Television

Year

Title

Role

2009

‘Til Death

Little Girl

2010

FlashForward

Kate Erskine

2010

Hawaii Five-0

Lily Wilson

2012

R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series

Natalie / Georgia Lomin

2014

The Cookie Mobster

Sally

2015

Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise

Jenny

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 Mackenzie Foy Awards

Year

Association

Category

Work

Result

2013

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Screen Couple
(shared withTaylor Lautner)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

Won

Golden Raspberry Award

Worst Screen Ensemble
(shared with cast)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

Won

2015

Saturn Award

Best Performance by a Younger Actor

Interstellar

Won

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‘The Nutcracker’ stumbles in leap to theatrical realm

Adopted From: edition.cnn.com
Updated: November 1, 2018

Disney has become such a franchise/sequel factory there’s hesitation criticizing an attempt to try something even a little bit different with its live-action movies. But like “A Wrinkle in Time,” “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” is an expensive but clunky fantasy, mashing together mythical elements but mostly hitting discordant notes.

Loosely based on the original 19th-century story and the Tchaikovsky ballet (including a cameo by ballerina Misty Copeland that, awkward as it is, winds up being a highlight), the film — again, like “Wrinkle” — centers on a teenage girl, Clara (Mackenzie Foy), who stumbles into a fantastic world that calls upon her to find the hero within.
In this case, Clara is growing up in London, still grieving from the loss of her mother and providing little solace to her father (Matthew Macfadyen), who is equally confused as to how to express himself to his three children.

“The real world just doesn’t make sense to me anymore,” she says, right before being liberated from it.
On Christmas eve, Clara’s dad presents the kids with gifts that their mother left behind, including a mysterious box for Clara. After a meeting with the wild-haired inventor Drosselmeyer (Morgan Freeman, briefly), she’s whisked off to the Four Realms, a slightly less frenetic version of Wonderland, where she’s hailed as a princess, her mother having been its Queen.
What ensues from there, though, is mostly a mess, one that largely squanders topnotch actors (Helen Mirren, Richard E. Grant) hidden under flamboyant costumes. The exception — in terms of injecting any pep into the proceedings — would be Keira Knightley as Sugar Plum, one of the regents of the Four Realms, who mixes a breathless, elfin voice with a flighty manner that falls somewhere between animated doll and Marilyn Monroe.
Credited to dual directors Lasse Hallstrom (“A Dog’s Purpose”) and Joe Johnson (“Captain America: The First Avenger,” who was brought in later to oversee reshoots), “The Nutcracker” feels like a project assembled by committee, with almost nary an original note, either in the story beats or the production design. Nor is there much jeopardy built into the action, which is abundant, though it’s hard to tell exactly for what age group this PG-rated exercise is intended.
The young leads — including the dashing Nutcracker (Jayden Fowora-Knight) who accompanies Clara on her quest — are fine, but as drawn, their characters barely occupy one dimension. All that leaves, really, are those familiar strains composed by Tchaikovsky, a cute mouse and plenty of questions about pouring what looks like a lot of money into such a flimsy foundation.
Of course, Disney has the “Wreck-it Ralph” and “Mary Poppins” sequels waiting in the wings, so its holidays still figure to be reasonably festive. One suspects the studio will have to rely on those movies to stuff its stockings, after “The Nutcracker” makes what should be a quick exit from the theatrical realm.
“The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” premieres November 2 in the United States. It’s rated PG.

 

 

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