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The gallery has been updates with missing on the set photos from Mia’s newest project “Maps to the Stars”. The scenes she shot included those with Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson.
During the 2013 Venice Film Festival Mia and Jesse left the red carpet far behind them as they lovingly held hands while taking a sunset walk on a beach. Mia has been in Venice promoting “Tracks” while Jesse has been there for his film “Night Moves”.
Candids > Candids 2013 > September 1
8 missing shoots have been added to the gallery including outtakes and portraits.
At the beginning of the month Mia went to 2013 Telluride Film Festival where she attended a Q&A session.
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > September 1: 2013 Telluride Film Festival – Outside
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > September 1: 2013 Telluride Film Festival – Panel
2 weeks ago Mia were at 2013 Venice Film Festival where she was to premiere her upcoming movie “Tracks”. She attended both the photocall and premiere as well as Terrazza Maserati event.
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > August 29: 2013 Venice International Film Festival – “Tracks” Photocall
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > August 29: 2013 Venice International Film Festival – “Tracks” Premiere – Terrazza Maserati
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > August 29: 2013 Venice International Film Festival – “Tracks” Premiere – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > August 30: 2013 Venice International Film Festival – Terrazza Maserati
At the beginning of last month Mia arrived at the world premiere of “The Turning” held in Melbourne, Australia. She directed one of the shorts in the series of films, which featured some star-studded participants including Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne.
Since the dawn of cinema, the relationship between director and muse has been one of mutual reliance, forging some of the most beloved, and powerful, relationships in Hollywood history. From Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hendren, Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, to Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman, many of filmdom’s most brilliant minds have relied upon their on-screen ingénues for that incendiary je ne sais quoi and transformed budding actresses into leading cultural icons. Herewith, 12 upcoming stars with the power to inspire, and the directors with the cinematic aptitude to make them shine.
Mia Wasikowska & David Cronenberg
Mia Wasikowska, 23, gained worldwide prominence in 2010 after winning the much-coveted titular role in Tim Burton’s $1 billion-grossing adaptation of Alice in Wonderland (2010). David Cronenberg, oft cited as the King of Venereal Horror, gained renown for exploring the boundaries of bodily transformations and disease. With Wasikowska’s ghostly looks and quiet, contemplative persona, she’s an oddly perfect match for Cronenberg’s macabre sensibility. She stars in his latest film, Maps to the Stars (2014), alongside Robert Pattinson. The film’s subject, Hollywood’s perverse culture of fame, seems apropos: Pattinson, who is currently a Cronenberg favorite—having starred in his prior feature Cosmopolis (2012)—was thrust into the universe of cinema superstardom following his title role in the blockbuster Twilight series; we can only imagine that Cronenberg’s masterful eye will transform Wasikowska to equal measure.
Mia stars in the “The Double”, which is loosely based on the Fyodor Dostoyevsky novella of the same name. The first trailer for the film gives viewers a glimpse inside the mind-bending tale, set to a tune by the legendary bluesman Son House, called “Grinnin’ in Your Face.”