I have uploaded new photoshoots outtakes of Rooney Mara & Kyle Gallner taken by their co-star Thomas Dekker & an unknown outtake to the gallery.
It’s official Rooney Mara is the new IT girl, having nabbed the hottest role in Hollywood as the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Since the announcement Mara has become a household name in Hollywood and Vanity Fair are said to be planning a cover.
Amazingly folks seem to actually like her–rare for Hollywood.
Source: Irish Central
I’ve added new photos of Rooney Mara for ‘Dare’ Polite In Public Photobooth taken back last year.
I have uploaded new photoshoot of Rooney taken for The Journal News back in year 2009.
I’ve added new behind the scene photos of Rooney in “The Winning Season” movie to the gallery.
I’ve added screen captures of Rooney as a guest appearance on some several TV Shows such as, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’, ‘Emergency Room’, ‘The Cleaner’ to the gallery.
I’ve added movie screen captures of Rooney Mara in ‘Urban Legends’ movie to the gallery.
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 Babelgum.com.
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 more…]