Guest wrote:did Angie ever say with her own mouth that such and such film will begin filming in ____ month..Jolie has confirmed the start date on Maleficient and when it begins in June Im sure you all will come up with another ridiculous theory...Im laughing at you all bringing up old projects as if Jolie is the only actress who ended up not doing a film...she turned down Gravity(Universal really wanted her to do it go read the reports from credible movie sites) and Jennifer Lawrence even commented that she is taking Angies leftovers because Jolie tunrned down Serena...and fyi Jolie doesnt audition she is given scripts and picks which one she wants to do...I think you are confusing her with someone else who still auditions lol
Oh loon, poor, poor loon. Jennifer Lawrence was making fun of the ho and the tabloid media's obsession with the ho. Do you really believe that Angie Voight turned down the role of Ree in "Winter's Bone?" You know the role that nabbed Lawrence a best ACTRESS (not supporting) oscar nom at the age of 20 (second youngest nominee ever)? Or that AVoight turned down the role of Katniss in "Hunger Games?" Really? I mean, really, are you going to make the argument that the hottest actress in HW right now is only there because Angie Voight didn't want the roles? You are embarrassing yourself with that argument. Do you say things like that in real life?
The "Hollywood Reporter" reported two years ago that Voight was "in talks" with director, Darren Aronofsky about Serena. That's it. Period. You loons and, likely, Voight herself have spun that little blurb into a whole story about how she "declined" the role. Sure. That's what happened.
At least, that's what happened in loonland.
In real life, what happened is that both Aronofsky and Voight were unceremoniously ditched. You're always asking for sources. Read this and tell me where it says that Voight declined the role? And, for the record, the term "stars not aligning" is industry speak for "dumped." In fact, the industry is barely making an effort to hide that fact -- usually, you at least get the "scheduling conflict" or "committed to another project" excuse to soften the blow. The industry is making no attempt At ALL to provide cover for Voight. That, in itself, is a fascinating development, and one that -- as a loon -- you should be very worried about. Basically, no one even cares about dissing these two anymore. It used to be that sPitt's star power alone would sheild Voight from situations like this. Sometimes, the stars don't align. It's as simple as that when projects don't come together and roll in front of cameras, and while in early 2010 Darren Aronofsky and Angelina Jolie were signed to direct and star in the period drama "Serena," it simply didn't come together. But now, nearly two years later, an equally compelling roster of talent are coming aboard, and will hopefully get this one moving.
Vulture repots that Oscar-winning director Susanne Bier ("In A Better World"), Bradley Cooper and Oscar-nominee Jennifer Lawrence will now head up the adaptation of the Ron Rash novel. The story centers on a man named George Pemberton and his new bride, Serena, as they set out to depression-era North Carolina to create a timber .. Their successful, ruthless reign in the mountains becomes complicated when Serena discovers her inability to bear children, setting her on a vengeful path against George's illegitimate son.http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/ ... for-serena