Biographical series are becoming the favorites of directors and producers, perhaps because they want to relive the memory of famous people or perhaps because they discovered that people love to know even the smallest details of the lives of others.
The fact is that now Apple TV is preparing a series about one of the most famous actresses: Audrey Hepburn and will star the two-time Oscar nominee, Rooney Mara. However, the fans Lily Collins are not happy with the decision.
They had already been slow to make an Audrey Hepburn series
Audrey was one of the biggest and most influential stars in Hollywood in the 1950s and 1960s. Additionally, she was a fashion icon that continues to make an impact today. Due to these details and some of his life, Apple TV decided to work on the story.
The details of the series are not yet known, the only thing we know is that Michael Mitnick will participate as a co-writer and will work alongside Mara, as she will be the producer, this being her third credit after The End of Machine Y The Truth About Emmanuel. However, the filming date, the locations and if it will only talk about a specific part of Audrey’s life or if it will be all of her complete biography have yet to be determined.
Everyone wanted Lily Collins as the protagonist
Lily Collins’ career took off even further after starring in the Netflix series, Emily in Paris. In it, the actress showed her great style and a spontaneous and very charismatic personality, reasons why everyone believed that she could play the fashion icon without any problem.
But Apple TV had other plans and recently confirmed that Rooney Mara will be in charge of giving life to the actress, a situation that aroused anger and disappointment among the fans of Collins, as they considered her to be the best option. There were even those who defended his position arguing that Collins’s resemblance to Audrey was greater.
This role only belonged to Lily Collins. At what point did you decide that it was a good idea not to choose Lily Collins for this?
On the other hand, there are those who say they also defend the choice of the two-time Oscar nominee.
Why are you so limited to acting on the subject of physical resemblance? People, a good job of acting is done on this.
The series, still untitled, will be directed by Luca Guadagnino, the same filmmaker who was in charge of Call me by your name Y Sigh: The evil one. Now we only have to wait for the results before making any judgment.