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written by Grace on November 27, 2013

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While Rooney Mara is no stranger to shilling product this holiday season she’s using her name to do some good.

The actress has shot a perfume-esque commercial for Oxfam entitled “The Wanted,” in which she desires a goat. Okay, more specifically, she hopes you will do the right thing and give a goat to a community in need, as they provide both fertilizer and food to people in need in rural areas. You can watch her pitch below.




written by Grace on September 15, 2013

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Rooney Mara has revealed to E! News she prefer to live downtown that she is not a fan of uptown. She also talks about how she managed pressure in Hollywood and upcoming projects.

Rooney Prefers Downtown

“I always prefer to live downtown,” she told E! News. “I feel like downtown more just stands for where the artists are. When I’m living in New York, I try never to go uptown… above 24th street.”

Ready for Hollywood Pressure

“You come out here to be judged,” Rooney confessed. “That’s sort of what it is. But you just have to try not to think about it. “I always want to feel like myself. I always want to feel comfortable. You know, if people don’t like it then that’s OK.”

On her other movie roles she is taking

“Well, I did four movies in a row. I did Side Effects. Then I did Spike’s movie [Her]. Then I did Terrence Malick’s movie [still untitled]. Then I was like, ‘Oh my God. I’m never working again,’” she said to CinemaBlend. “And that’s a long, hat was a long time to take off for me. Now, I’m working in September, but I only just now feel ready to work.”

 



written by Grace on August 29, 2013

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Good news, Rooney Mara has landed a role in Todd Haynes directed new film, Carol. Mia Wasikowska was previously attached to the film but was dropped recently. The film evolves around two women from different backgrounds strike up a relationship in 1950s New York. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s book “The Price of Salt.”

Todd Haynes on Rooney Joining ‘Carol’

“We’re over the moon to have Rooney on board,” said Haynes. “I’ve been a tremendous admirer of her work from the beginning, so the thought of bringing her together with Cate on-screen is thrilling to say the least.”

Added Karlsen: “Rooney Mara is one of the most interesting and striking young talents working today. There are few actors who have the weight to play against someone with the extraordinary distinction and mercurial range of Cate Blanchett, and she is one of them. The combination of them both is something potentially sensational.”



written by Grace on August 20, 2013

Rooney has recently spoke to MTV on how excited she is to play Lisbeth Salander in the second installment of ‘The Girl With Dragon Tattoo. she reveals to MTV that she is not getting any younger as the second installment involves many angle of physical than the first film and couldn’t wait to get it started.

”I hope that they make the second one. I’m just not sure when they’re going to. I mean, I hope they make it soon because I’m not getting any younger. The second one is very physical, so hopefully they’ll be making it sooner rather than later.”



written by Grace on August 20, 2013

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Rooney spoke during an interview at the W Union Square Hote on playing as a mom role in ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saint’ is really different from anything she has read and a life changing experience.

“You know I really wanted to play a mom,” said Mara, 28, “but so many times I read these scripts where it’s just like ‘the mom,’ the protective mom.”

“When Ruth finds out she’s gonna have a baby, she’s not 
particularly excited by it. It’s not like she found out she was having a baby and was all of a sudden like, ‘Yes! I am a mother now. I am gonna make smart, responsible decisions.’

“No, that’s not how life happens. You can be a parent and love your child more than anything and still make bad decisions — and you think you’re making the right decisions.

“She doesn’t feel ready and she really doesn’t want to have 
a baby,” she continued.

“Until she sees the baby for the first time and then — she’s in.



written by Angelic on July 19, 2013

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ROONEY Mara is a fan of “natural beauty” and doesn’t wear much make-up in her everyday life.

The ‘Side Effects’ actress admits she thinks she would be “horrible” at applying cosmetics herself.

“For me, natural beauty is something I’ve always been drawn to. I still don’t really wear make-up in my everyday life and I would be horrible at even trying to do it to myself!” she said.

With her fondness for looking natural, it’s no surprise Rooney doesn’t have many go-to beauty products, and instead believes her radiant skin is a reflection on her diet.

Quizzed about her skincare product of choice, the fuss-free star said: “This is going to sound so simple, but sunscreen! I always wear sunscreen. I also find that what you eat is the best beauty secret; it sort of starts from the inside out.”

The 28-year-old beauty – who is the face of Calvin Klein’s new Downtown perfume – also reveals that the fashion house’s designs reflect her own simplistic style.

“The Calvin Klein collection is really quite similar to how I dress in my personal life. It’s very minimal and clean and comfortable, but very modern and chic at the same time,” she said.

Rooney recently filmed a glamorous campaign for the new perfume, which was shot by her ‘Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ director David Fincher. 

Source: The Sun Daily



written by Angelic on June 10, 2013

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Management 360 has signed Rooney Mara, who is coming into her own after breakout turns in The Social Network and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Mara continues to be repped by WME. She followed those films by starring with Channing Tatum, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones in the Steven Soderbergh-directed Side Effects and most recently in Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, which premiered at Sundance and will be released later this year.

There is still every hope she’ll reprise her role as goth heroine Lisbeth Salander, as Andrew Kevin Walker is working on a rewrite of that script for Sony. She got an Oscar nomination for her first turn in that role. Mara next stars in the Spike Jonze-directed Her, and she stars with Ryan Gosling and Michael Fassbender in the new Terrence Malick film.

Source: Deadline



written by Angelic on March 18, 2013

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Hollywood’s female actors tend to fall into one of two categories when talking about themselves. The sexy starlet types will try effusively to convince you they were tomboys growing up, while the serious actors – irritated to be talking about anything but the art – will begrudgingly allow you to write that they were dark-minded toddlers or troubled teens. So,Rooney Mara: which were you?

“I like that. That’s good.” She smiles, and it takes her extraordinarily malleable face from blank to beautiful in an instant. “Well, OK: when I was three or four, I decided to dress up for Halloween as Clara, the crippled girl in the Heidi books. I wanted to make it authentic so I insisted my mom wheel me around in a buggy; you know, because the crippled girl needed a wheelchair.”

Did she agree to that? “Sure she did. She was totally on board.”

Certainly, then, one couldn’t accuse Rooney Mara of lacking the requisite, natural-born imagination from which to draw the range of characters she’s created, from her blistering tour de force as Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher’s version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, to her short but memorable turn as Mark Zuckerberg’s quietly furious girlfriend at the start of The Social Network. But it’s her face, sculpted in the tradition of a Mary Pickford or Mae Marsh – all Slavic cheekbones, porcelain skin and cool, intelligent eyes – that instantly mesmerises. It’s an extraordinary face: plain and pretty at the same time, she gives away nothing in person but everything when in front of the camera. Steven Soderbergh, director of her latest film Side Effects, describes it as “[a] very classical, almost silent-movie face; very ‘shootable’.” • Read full story »



written by Angelic on December 17, 2012

Rooney Mara is up against Emily Blunt and Rebecca Hall to star alongside Johnny Depp in sci-fi movie ‘Transcendence’, taking on the female lead.

Rooney Mara is up against Emily Blunt andRebecca Hall to play the female lead in ‘Transcendence’.

The ‘Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ actress is one of the favourites to star alongsideJohnny Depp in Wally Pfister‘s first directing effort.

According to Deadline.com, Emily’s dates for ‘All You Need Is Kill’ are still being worked out, which may affect her availability versus Rooney and Rebecca.

Johnny will play a scientist whose brain is uploaded after his death into a supercomputer by female scientist Evelyn, who will be played by one of the three actresses.

Filming starts in March and the screenplay is written by newcomer Jack Paglen and was developed by Annie Marter and Straight Up Films.

Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas are executive producing for their longtime collaborator Pfister.

Wally recently spoke of his joy about getting Johnny to sign up for the sci-fi movie.

He said: ”I’m thrilled, and feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Johnny. He is a creative and intelligent artist whom I feel will bring great depth to the character and the overall narrative.” • Read full story »



written by Angelic on October 24, 2012

Since zooming to stardom in last year’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Rooney Mara has gone from virtual unknown to that rare combination of serious actress and fashion-world darling. Recently named a face of Calvin Klein, Mara is no ingenue. Instead, she evokes the intensity of the seventies, when the world of filmmaking was dominated by passionate auteurs. As with those directors—and her brilliant mentor, David Fincher—Mara is both complicated and uncompromising.

Who from the seventies do you find interesting?

Stylewise, the person I’m most drawn to is Ali MacGraw. There was something about her that was very regal but very natural at the same time. We kind of modeled my character in The Social Network after her: I had a crocheted beret that was inspired by the one she wore in Love Story.

What was the worst fashion trend of that decade?
I find the way men dressed then to be kind of repulsive—especially disco style. I like almost all of the women’s fashion—and I think men in little shorts and high socks are really cute—but I don’t like anything shiny, and much of the seventies was shiny.

What’s your favorite movie of that era?
Paper Moon. I saw it only last year. David [Fincher] made me watch it, and I think I’ve seen it five times since then. My favorite scene is when Ryan O’Neal is talking about how he’s going to leave Addie [Tatum O’Neal, who plays his daughter in the movie]. They’re mad at each other, but Addie comes up with something clever, and they get back together. I love that ending—it’s not too happy-happy.

Source: W Magazine

 





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