Rooney Mara To Participate In Audrey Hepburn Biopic Upset Emily In Paris Fans
Lily Collins fans were outraged after it was announced that Rooney Mara was cast as Audrey Hepburn in an upcoming Apple Studios biopic with many arguing that the star of the Netflix series would be better suited for the role. Lily Collins fans were outraged after it was announced that Rooney Mara was cast as Audrey Hepburn in an upcoming Apple Studios biopic with many arguing that the star of the Netflix series would be better suited for the role. Deadline reported that the bomb project was first launched on Thursday night.
In addition to playing the Breakfast at Tiffanys actress Mara 36 will also serve as a producer on the asyetuntitled film. Meanwhile the film will be helmed by Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino while Michael Mitnick the HBO series Vinyl EP will be sitting in the writers chair. And while plot details have yet to be revealed the Emily In Paris Twitterati werent too happy with the casting decision. Lily Collins did everything but produce a biopic starring her as Audrey Hepburn said another furiously. I know she pissed off Rooney Mara before she did.
They also shared photos of Collins 32 perfectly recreating iconic scenes from the screen legends various films. However some critics argued that Rooney who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her work in Carol 2015 was better equipped to play the legendary Hollywood leading lady. Rooney is the best actress argued one. I love Lily and she can carry Emily in Paris but can you imagine her carrying Carol? I do not can. In fact many wondered if Collins role in the divisive dramedy Emily In Paris had torpedoed former models chances of landing more serious roles.
However a diehard of Collins argued that if Kristen Stewart could pull off the role of Princess Diana in Spencer then Collins could do the same for Hepburn if she had the chance. Born in Belgium in 1929 Hepburn was famous for starring in hit movies of the 1950s and 60s including Sabrina Breakfast at Tiffanys My Fair Lady and Wait Until Dark. The star was nominated for an Academy Award for best actress five times during her career winning in 1953 for her role in Roman Holiday. Not only a film icon Hepburn was also a tireless advocate for childrens rights becoming a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1989 and receiving the AMPAS Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1993. She died of cancer in 1993 at the age of 63 years old.