Rooney Mara will play Iconic Actress but Social Media has a Netflix Star in Mind


On Thursday, Rooney Mara, a two-time Oscar nominee, was announced as the Iconic actress Audrey Hepburn in a new biopic. Call me by your name director Luca Guadagnino. Variety It was reported that Apple had taken over the project, but that it was being kept secret.

Hepburn, an EGOT winner, starred In classics such As Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Charade, SabrinaAnd My Fair Lady. She died in 1993 at the ripe old age of 63. Mara was Oscar-nominated in 1993 for her roles. The Girl with the Dragon TattooAnd CarolShe was last seen in Guillermo del Toro. Nightmare Alley. Twitter, however, convinced itself, despite Mara’s credentials. Emily in ParisLily Collins, the star of Lily Collins, fits the bill perfectly.

“No one thought Kristen Stewart could pull off playing Princess Diana and she nailed it. Lily Collins would have 100% done the same with the Audrey Hepburn role if she had the chance,” Tweeted one fan. Collins has the look to pull off Hepburn. You can find more information at TatlerPhotoshoot starting in 2011Here she channels classic Hollywood starlet.

“Lily Collins did everything except produce a biopic starring her as Audrey Hepburn. I know she mad Rooney Mara beat her to the punch,” Tweeted another fan. “lily collins this was supposed to be YOUUUU,” Tweeted another. While Collins may bear a more striking resemblance to Hepburn than Mara, it’s hard to argue that they’re in the same acting league. “Everyone saying if Lily Collins was busy… no she wasn’t, Rooney could do Emily in Paris but Lily could never do The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” One Twitter user pointed it out. “If I see one more tweet saying that Lily Collins would have been a better option to play Audrey Hepburn instead of Rooney Mara, I’ll commit a crime,” Joke another stan.

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