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Rachel Weisz will reunite with her Constant Gardener director Fernando Meirelles on the psychosexual drama 360 that Peter Morgan has written.
The drama is being produced by Austrian producer Dor Film and co-financed by BBC Films and its Austrian TV counterpart ORF Fernsehfilm. 360 is inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s play Reigen. Schnitzler’s Vienna-set fin-de-siècle drama has been filmed many times, including Max Ophuls' 1950 film La Ronde.
Reigen consists of short scenes between couples, shown before or after a sexual liaison. After each scene, one character from the pairing is then shown with another partner, who is then shown with another partner, and so on. Finally, the promiscuity comes full circle.
Rachel Weisz spoke to the ladies of The View about The Lovely Bones, her son Henry and the tough questions he’s starting to ask, and how she’s just now thought about marriage to her fiance of four years, director Darren Aronofsky.
“Funnily enough, just recently I suddenly felt like I really would like to [get married],” Rachel shared. “It’s just a feeling - I know it’s a funny thing.”
Source: Just Jared
Rachel Weisz looks sexy in UK Esquire magazine for February 2010 issue.
Rachel Weisz dons an Isabel Marant dress during press night for her new play A Streetcar Named Desire at London’s National Cafe on Tuesday.
Rachel gives a mesmerizing performance as Blanche DuBois in the Streetcar Named Desire. The Hollywood Reporter says, “Weisz is exactly the right age for Blanche, and though she can do nothing to make her radiant features appear faded, she conveys acutely the woman’s sense of loss and desperate need for emotional nourishment.”
The Daily Telegraph adds, “Weisz rises to the challenge magnificently. Her undoubted beauty is combined here with a fluttering, birdlike nervousness and sudden moments of desperate panic that wrench the heart.”
Rachel will be performing at London’s Donmar Warehouse, through Oct. 3.
"Botox should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen. Acting is all about expression. Why would you want to iron out a frown?" - Rachel Weisz
Rachel Weisz attends a screening of The Brothers Bloom hosted by The Cinema Society with Thakoon and Nars at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room on May 7, 2009 in New York City.
Rachel Weisz wowed in a fitted silhouette black Roland Mouret off shoulder dress at the UK Premiere of her film The Brothers Bloom, at the 52nd London Film Festival in London, UK.
Rachel's dress had a folded neckline forming a deep V at the back, a triangle cutout at the low back and a slant hemline. It went well with the 37-year-old star's lean figure.
She accessorized with black Prada classic pumps. Her hair was styled in a sleek updo with side bangs covering her forehead, a perfect red carpet look.
Rachel Weisz looks stunning while she arrives at New York Film Festival Screening of The Wrestler
Rachel Weisz is currently promoting her new movie “The Brothers Bloom” at Toronto International Film Festival.
The British beauty showed off her slim figure in a vintage sky blue Herve Leger 'bandage wrap' dress and Roger Vivier jewelled heels.
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