The role of actress Renee Zellweger in her new role has become clearer than ever before. If she approached us in Bridget Jones's diaries as a bisexual blonde, she was now completely unrecognizable, stepping into the shoes of legendary Judy Garland, with a tight, short, dark hair, and appeared in too light a story.
American actress Renee Zellweger, which celebrated its 50th birthday in April, gave us inspiration for her role in the films Bridget Jones's Diaryin which she draws a narrow, inconvenient blonde scattered between emotions and two men. The second part of the film, Bridget Jones's Diary: On the Edge of the MindOn the big screens, resumed in 2004 and this year, 15 years later, Zellweger will once again present us in a story about a woman, except that it will be a biographical story, and the film will talk about a star that about half a century ago is considered one of the biggest icons of movies and music.
In her new role she will step on shoes Judy Garland, American actresses and singers who, despite their recognition and glory, lived happier than happy life. With all external glory, she was marked by numerous personal crises and ups and downs accompanied by addiction. The film is featured in Judy's last performances – in 1968, which was particularly tense for the late artist. At that time she was facing serious financial problems, she was in conflict with her manager, she was completely mentally and physically exhausted and met her fifth wife, musician Mickey DeansA year later (a few days after celebrating her 47th birthday) she died of an overdose of sleep pills.
Actress Renee merges with the needs of the film with the image of the late Judy and replaces her bright hair with a short, dark-haired hair. With a more intense look, a completely different fashion style and a changed focus, the short film trailer, expected to be released on September 27, is almost unrecognizable.
Under the direction of the film was signed the British theater directorRupert Gouldand the script has been won Tom Edge, In addition to Zellweger, players will also play major roles in the movie Rufus Sewell, Michael Gambon and Jessie Buckley,
On June 22 this year, exactly 50 years after Garland's death, who as a 17-year-old girl became famous in film music Wizard from Oz from 1939, in which he sang the song Over the rainbow.In her 30-year career, she has starred in over 30 films, among which it is worth mentioning We meet in St. Louis, Easter parade, The star was born and Experience in Nuremberg,