Rooney Mara isn’t just an Academy Award-nominated actress—she’s a champion for women and girls in and around Kibera, Kenya. Rooney and her family raise funds to support safe housing, education, and other needs for girls who once lived in the Kiberia slums. Rooney also founded Faces of Kibera, an organization that focuses on community-based empowerment programs. Through this program, children have a safe place to go after school and adults learn life skills like gardening, cooking, small business development, and microfinance. [Read more]
Happy 31st birthday, Kate Mara!
‘House of Cards’ director’s commentary: David Fincher talks about the making of the series and his work on the first episode. From how they made the ‘House of Cards’ title sequence to their use of green screen without you realising, here are 10 things we learned from the ‘House of Cards’ director’s commentary.
The only way to learn how to write a TV script is to read a LOT of other TV scripts. Here’s the teleplay of the pilot episode written by Beau Willimon. (NOTE: For educational purposes only).
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Fox is in the final stages of finding its actors for Fantastic Four. Sources tell THR that the studio is making deals with Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell to star in the project that reboots the Marvel superheroes. Josh Trank is directing.