Still, we're sure Jones' performance will be terrific, and while "Hitchcock" has a cast including Scarlett Johansson, Helen Mirren and Jessica Biel, "The Girl," directed by Julian Jarrold ("Red Riding: 1974") might just have a secret weapon: Sienna Miller, looking the spit of Hedren, as proven by a new image obtained by Grazia (via JoBlo). Miller's somewhat underrated as an actress (she was great in Steve Buscemi's "Interview," and the little-seen "The Edge Of Love"), and at the very least, the resemblance is pretty much uncanny.
Hopefully the material (the script's penned by "Five Days" writer Gwyneth Hughes) will give the two talents something to get their teeth stuck into, but the potential's certainly there for something interesting, tackling a different side of the director to "Hitchcock." The film will apparently air on the BBC in September, and while there's no word yet on a U.S. airing, it'll likely follow soon after. Could it get an airing at TIFF, as last year's BBC drama "Page Eight" did?