*as published in May 2021
Maisie Williams made her TV debut as Arya Stark from Game of Thrones and, at age 13, became a star. His next big work will be under the direction of Danny Boyle in the series Pistol, which, 40 years later, retells the history of the punk movement.
Maisie was seen early May – perfect and equal – to Jordan, the stage name of model Pamela Rooke.
Jordan was one of the forerunners of the movement that gained traction in England in the 1970s and 1980s. Bold – she abused the transparencies as Maisie appeared wearing this week, with her Mohawk hair and creative makeup. Basically, he signed the style that, when it became pop, became known as new wave.
Pamela chose the stage name “Jordan” in honor of the character in The Great Gatsby, golfer Jordan Baker. For some, in terms of style, she even anticipated the Sex Pistols band itself, which will be the main theme of the series. Jordan and Siouxsie Sioux, later the leader of the band Siouxsie and the Banshees, worked with Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren at the sex shop on King’s Road in London. Since a teenager Jordan adopted the flashy clothes and his personal life was almost like a daily performance. He quickly became an underground celebrity.
Malcolm admired her so much that he recruited her to appear on stage when the Sex Pistols began performing. But she didn’t always “get it right”. For example, she wore the Nazi swastika and refused to take it off even when she appeared on TV in 1976 along with the band (it was covered with duct tape). Be that as it may, she was soon christened the Queen of Punk.
Based on the biography of bassist Steve Jones, the series will have six episodes and also tells how the band Sex Pistols formed and forever changed the world of music.