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written by Angelic on August 21, 2010

I’ve added movie screen captures of Rooney Mara in ‘Urban Legends’ movie to the gallery.


written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

I have uploaded new movie, behind the scenes screen captures & on the set photos of Rooney Mara in ‘Friends With Benefits‘. You can watch the full-length movie on


written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

It was E.M. Forster, of course, who scripted that immortal, oft-abbreviated imperative: “Only connect, and the beast and the monk, robbed of the isolation that is life to either, will die.” But had Forster lived to see the advent of something like the Internet, would he have been so quick to admonish the life bestial or monastic? As I write this, I am not nor have I ever been a member of those ubiquitous online communities known as Facebook and Twitter, which have separately and together transformed millions of us into the stars of our own reality shows, complete with “friends” and “followers” tuned into our every banal thought or change of mood, and where human popularity is tabulated in numbers as readily as the weekly box-office returns. In my Luddite way, I harbor a healthy suspicion for any technology whose adopters seem more its slaves than its masters. Above all, I cling foolhardily to the belief that the more time-honored methods of human interaction maintain a slight edge over the electronic ones. Indeed, though we may now live in public, we seem to see rather less of one another.

On the other hand, half a billion people can’t be wrong—or, rather, they can, but good luck convincing them of it. A scant seven years into its existence, Facebook is already an inevitability, a cultural axiom. Among other things, it is said to have played a role in rallying America’s youth for the 2008 election (even if some of those youths were actually the fictitious avatars of middle-aged men and women seeking a little masked-ball escapism, or something more sinister). Nor is its reach limited to these shores: recently, Facebook was banned in Pakistan for supposed trespasses against Islam, which is no small achievement for a website that traces its origins back to an Ivy League social misfit’s drunken act of revenge against a girl who spurned him. Like so many historic achievements in arts, letters, and commerce, Facebook was born of a romantic rejection. • Read full story »

written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

Peter Travers from Rolling Stone magazine just given a positive review on David Fincher’s ‘The Social Network‘.

David Fincher’s Social Network is the 1st film I’ve given **** in 2010. It’s the movie of the year that also brilliantly defines the decade.

Via Peter Travers Twitter

written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

I’ve added screen captures of Rooney as a guest appearance in ABC TV Show, ” Womens Murder Club“, S1x03 Blind Dates and Bleeding Hearts back in year 2007.


written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

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My sister, Angelic has finally made a new main layout for, I really like the colors combination. The gallery layout is currently under way, in the meanwhile stay tune for more updates to come. I will be uploading more screen captures of Rooney to the gallery.

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written by Angelic on August 20, 2010

I’ve added movie screen captures of Rooney performance in “Youth In Revolt” movie to the gallery.


written by Angelic on August 19, 2010

I have uploaded new #2 teaser screen captures of Rooney in ‘The Winning Season‘.


written by Angelic on August 19, 2010

Rooney Mara has been cast as the lead in the Americanized take on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and that should be a big deal, except no one really knows who Rooney Mara is. The 25-year-old New Yorker has only been working since 2005, mostly in smaller roles. She had a big part inYouth in Revolt but I’m not sure that was really the place to showcase her ability. She’ll be in The Social Network, but that’s still a ways off. If you’re really interested in checking out what Mara’s capable of, then you’ll want to check outThe Winning Season when it’s released on September 3rd.

The movie stars Sam Rockwell as an alcoholic turned girls basketball coach. Mara is one of his more troublesome team members, with a penchant for dating older dudes. Embedded below is a snippet from one of her more pivotal scenes in the film, in which she makes out with an older dude and Rockwell responds by kicking his ass. It’s good. Take a look:

If David Fincher’s take on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is at all faithful to its source material Mara will have to put up with a lot more than creepy, older dude tongue. But it’s easy to imagine her looking the part of Lisbeth Salander. It’s hard to imagine her or anyone else being as good as Noomi Rapace, who played the character in the Swedish version, but I have a sneaking suspicion she’ll actually be good.

Source: Cinema Blend

written by Angelic on August 19, 2010

I’ve addded more new photoshoot of Rooney did for Scott McDermott session to the gallery.