A Look At Mia Wasikowska

 

“I like to do projects that challenge me, and hopefully in turn challenge the audience, or open your eyes to something you’re not aware of.”
– Mia Wasikowska

Mia is an Australian actor among those few with extraordinary talent, some of her best work are in period films; one of which is the portrayal of the Gothic-romance from one of the Bronte sisters, Charlotte. Her performances are always thought provoking and these are the films she made her own.

Jane Eyre – Michael Fassbender plays Rochester, brooding and imperfect, he joins Mia in this adaption of the novel that comes closely to the book and gives a great feel of the darkness that lurks in Thornfield Hall.

Stoker (2013) – Directed by Park Chan-wook, a well-known director who likes to enter the minds of people and show the world in a darker tone. Mia’s character is strange, an intense role that not many can pull off. 

Alice In Wonderland – 

Post-Production & Trailers 

Madame Bovary is an adaption from Gustave Flaubert’s extraordinary novel of a lone woman who seeks a better life but is found disappointed in her present marriage with a distant husband who is a doctor. There truly is no one better for period films as these like Mia Wasikowska and this movie is a perfect addition to her works, it is also directed by Sophie Barthes, her interpretation is a must to watch. 

Crimson Peak is directed by Guillermo Del Toro and stars Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain as brother and sister; Mia is the lead role that marries into the mysterious family full of secrets hidden inside her new home.  It will be a horror movie from the mind one of the best imaginative directors and it is to premiere on October the 16th. 

Through The Looking Glass

is set to premiere in 2016, it is a part of the Alice in Wonderland franchise featuring Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and Mia as Alice.

 

 

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