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written by Grace on August 23, 2014
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written by Grace on November 27, 2013
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 Angelic on August 07, 2013
written by Angelic on July 13, 2013
written by Angelic on May 25, 2013
written by Angelic on January 14, 2013
Hauntingly beautiful and more than a little mysterious,Â Rooney MaraÂ is Hollywoodâs most enigmatic leading lady.
âI feel a little, like . . . schizophrenic,â confides Rooney Mara of the quartet of radically different roles that she has taken on in the intense, whirlwind working year since David FincherâsÂ The Girl with the Dragon TattooÂ garnered her Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations and launched her into the starry firmament. Mara has just flown in forÂ Vogueâs cover shoot on the red eye from MĂ©rida, Mexico, where she wrapped Terrence Malickâs latest film. The idiosyncratic director was particularly demanding. âHeâs a genius,â says Mara, who is protective of Malickâs methodology, although she admits that âit was definitely the most challenging experience, just because every day is different. So even if one day you got into your groove or got the hang of it, the next day would be something else.â
Earlier in the year she worked with the antic Spike Jonze on the science-fiction romanceÂ Her,and with writer-director David Lowery on the independentÂ Ainât Them Bodies Saints,Â a love story set in the seventies in the hills of Texas. Meanwhile, her fourth project of 2012, Steven Soderberghâs suspenseful thrillerÂ Side Effects,Â is released this month.a
âItâs been very strange, jumping from one character to the next,â says the chameleon Mara. âAll four of them were very intense experiences. . . . I really feel sometimes like those things are happening to me. Obviously theyâre not. But itâs hard going from one to the next.
âAnd Iâm hypercritical of myself,â she adds in a masterpiece of understatement. âAnytime I see anything Iâve done, I wish that it had gone differently because you figure it out as you go along, and youâre always discovering new things. Iâd probably feel that way about anything that I did.â
She couldnât bear to see herself on-screen inÂ Dragon TattooÂ and famously resisted until she went to a theater near Manhattanâs Union Square and bought a ticket with the general public. âI really wanted to go alone,â she says, but her boyfriend, writer-director Charlie McDowell (the son of actors Malcolm McDowell and Mary Steenburgen), insisted on accompanying her. âHe was wise to come with me because if anyone had recognized me, I would have been so embarrassed.â • Read full story »
written by Angelic on January 05, 2013
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written by Angelic on April 19, 2012
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