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Casting: Rooney Mara Replaces Jessica Chastain In 'Secret Scripture,' Ed Helms Leads Iñárritu‘s 'One Percent' & More

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist July 23, 2014 at 9:05AM

Jessica Chastain may seem like she can do it all, but there's one project it looks like she just can't squeeze in. Attached as recently as this spring to "The Secret Scripture," Cineuropa now reports that Rooney Mara is the young female lead opposite Vanessa Redgrave in the film.
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Jessica Chastain may seem like she can do it all, but there's one project it looks like she just can't squeeze in. Attached as recently as this spring to "The Secret Scripture," Cineuropa now reports that Rooney Mara is the young female lead opposite Vanessa Redgrave in the film. She'll join Jack Reynor and Jeremy Irons in the Jim Sheridan directed film, based on the book by Sebastian Barry, about "a 100-year-old woman in a mental hospital and her relationship with her psychiatrist." Production will begin this fall. 

Alejandro González Iñárritu is keeping very busy. He's got "Birdman" ready to unveil at Venice, he'll be shooting "The Revenant" this fall, and he's also headed to the small screen where he'll direct the series "One Percent." And he's got some unlikely actors for the lead roles. Deadline reports that Ed Helms, Hilary Swank and Ed Harris are lining up roles in the show that's "set against the backdrop of the organic farming community. Helms and Swank would play a husband and wife who are struggling professionally and personally to keep their business afloat, while Harris would play the family patriarch." Huh. Anyway, this one still needs to find a network home and a series order before anything happens, so it could be a while off.

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Though he's earning acclaim for his turn in "Foxcatcher," Steve Carell isn't turning his back on the kind of fare that shot him to fame. THR reveals that Disney is developing "Brooklyn Family Robinson" for the actor. The plot will follow the "patriarch of a family, to be played by Carell, who relocates his family from city life to island life." Hilarious results to follow, we're sure.  

This article is related to: One Percent, The Secret Scripture, Rooney Mara, Ed Helms, Hilary Swank, Ed Harris, Bradley Cooper, Adam Jones, Steve Carell, Brooklyn Family Robinson


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