Friday, October 28, 2011
Friday, October 21, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Rooney Mara, who plays Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (which will be released December 21, 2011.), graces the cover of the November issue of Vogue.
On the day she got the part: “I was ready to throw down. I was thinking, You either think I can be this girl or you don’t, but I need to move on with my life. He sat me down and gave me this long spiel about all the bad things that are going to come to whoever plays this part. He said something like, ‘Vivien Leigh was incredible in A Streetcar Named Desire, but she will always be Scarlett O’Hara, and you need to be prepared for that.’”
On how she’s changed since taking on the role of Lisbeth: “Before, I dressed much girlier. A lot of blush-colored things. Now I literally roll out of bed and put on whatever is there. I have really enjoyed being a boy this last year.”
On being a bit like Lisbeth herself: “I am very slow to warm. I’ve always been sort of a loner. I didn’t play team sports. I am better one-on-one than in big groups. I can understand wanting to be invisible and mistrusting people and wanting to understand everything before you engage with the world.”
The Vogue article is very interesting and there is s slide show of her fashion spread.
But seriously, how perfect is this dress to emulate the movie/book/character/darkness?
Ralph Lauren Fall 2011 Collection. Model: Hanaa ben Abdesslem
Rooney Mara was born into professional football royalty in Bedford, New York in 1985. She is one of four children born to New York Giants executive Timothy Christopher Mara and Kathleen McNulty, the granddaughter of Art Rooney, Sr., the founder of the Pittsburgh Steelers football franchise. Her father's grandfather was Giants founder Tim Mara.
Friday, October 14, 2011
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Someone was a bit jealous of "The Girl Who Played with Fire" last night.
Daisy wishes she could be a part of book club, but I told her she would have to learn to read first. Well, first she would need to learn how to not lick everyone's face, and then, second, she would have to learn to read.