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Articles Tagged 'Rooney Mara'

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Jude Law Joins Rooney Mara in Pop Music Film ‘Vox Lux’

Are we going to get to see Jude Law rocking a pink blazer over a black tee in the film Vox Lux, which is set in the 1990s? Law is set to portray a music agent to a pop music phenom (Rooney Mara) and the slick look might fit the bill. The story begins in the 1990s, spanning […]

“Callas” Photocall – The 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival

Noomi Rapace Returns for Next ‘Alien’ Installment

Casting news has been slowly rolling out for director Sir Ridley Scott’s upcoming Alien: Covenant, with Michael Fassbender confirmed to reprise his role as an android. We can also look for some new faces like Billy Crudup, Katherine Waterston, and Danny McBride. But up until now it was being reported Noomi Rapace, who we saw in […]

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Rooney Mara Set to Star in Netflix Original ‘The Discovery’

Rooney Mara (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network) leads an all-star cast in The Discovery, heading to Netflix in 2017. Mara stars opposite Robert Redford (Lions for Lambs), Jason Segel (The Five-Year Engagement, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and Riley Keough (The Girlfriend Experience) in the sci-fi romantic thriller directed by Charlie McDowell (The […]

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Love Story ‘Carol’ Has ‘No Political Agenda’

“Gay or straight, you can relate to this movie because it is just a love story,” says Rooney Mara, who stars opposite Cate Blanchett in Carol, a 1950s lesbian romance which opens today (Friday). It’s really a story of love at first sight between the socialite Carol, portrayed by Blanchett, and a younger Manhattan department […]

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WATCH: Peter Pan’s Early Life in ‘Pan’ Trailer

Magical worlds, pirates, Victorian workhouses and the irresistible pull of Neverland. Such delights are on offer in the trailer for Pan, a look at the origins of the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. It’s a very different sort of film from, say, Finding Neverland, which tells the tale of how J.M. Barrie came to write […]