Rooney Mara plays the role of iconic Audrey Hepburn in a new biopic of the Breakfast at Tiffany’s actor. This new project will be the director of Italian director Luca Guadagnino who is best known for Oscar-nominated Call Me Bye You Name. Mara will be starring and producing the movie, and Michael Mitnick will pen the script.

Hepburn is known for her roles in films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Roman Holiday, My Fair Lady, Wait Until Dark, Sabrina. She had been in the Public eye for almost 30 years. She has earned all the status awards in acting, including Tony, Emmy, Oscar, and Grammy. She was also a humanitarian working with UNICEF to aid children in Africa, South America, and Asia and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1992.

Audrey was born in 1929 to a Dutch baroness and a British diplomat; she grew up in the period of Nazi occupation in the Netherlands under an assumed Dutch name because of fearfulness to appear English. She was a trained dancer in ballet; she performed in dance recitals to fundraise for the resistance and transferred messages in her ballet shoes.

Mara is an extremely talented actress. She was nominated at Oscars for her role in Todd Haynes’s romance Carol. She has been nominated for Academy Award for her role in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

We can expect this movie to give some insights into the life of fashion and acting icons, and how it was like to be Audrey Hepburn back then. It will create a lot of anticipation in fans for love classic Hollywood.
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