by on May 5,2012

Getting ready for their film’s big debut, the cast of “Lawless” hit the red carpet at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival on Saturday afternoon for the film’s premiere.

The gorgeous Mia Wasikowska joined her co-stars Jessica Chastain, Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf at the star-studded event held at Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France.

After the event, “Lawless” stars attended the after party as well as Gucci And Vanity Fair Party.




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Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2012 > May 19: 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival – “Lawless” Premiere

by on May 5,2012

The stars of “Lawless” took their turn in the Cannes Film Festival spotlight on Saturday. The darling duo of Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska joined their two studly castmates Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf at the scenic Palais des Festivals locale for a photocall preceding the evening’s premiere of their new film.




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by on May 5,2012

Mia Wasikowska hit the red carpet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations” Costume Institute Gala on May 7 in New York City. The 22-year-old “Jane Eyre” actress chose a lovely Prada raspberry cady silk short-sleeve gown, with Prada shoes and clutch.




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by on April 4,2012

by on April 4,2012

Mia Wasikowska is reportedly confirmed to star as Emma Bovary herself in the new Occupant Entertainment-production, scripted by Rose Barreneche.

Sophie Barthes-directed adaptation of “Madame Bovary” stays ‘faithful to Gustave Flaubert’s story, but is a fresh retelling of the classic, focusing on more contemporary and youthful themes.’

Paul Giamatti is ‘also circling a key role,’ which could likely be the sly and conniving Monsieur Lheureux and would re-team him with Barthes (Cold Souls).

The novel has been adapted for the screen numerous times, despite “Madame Bovary” belonged to that classic box of literature labeled ‘unfilmable.’

The power of novel lied in the characters’ relationship to what happens to them, till Claude Chabrol, one of the most prolific members of the French New Wave cinema movement, brought 1991 Isabelle Huppert-starring feature. He brought back the importance to Flaubert of setting taking this up very powerfully in the film.

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