Thursday, September 24, 2009

Yet Another Re-Imagining, I Suppose

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: With a little luck Keira Knightly will have sharpened up enough for My Fair Lady | Mail Online: "Keira Knightly is sharpening her vowels, having just received the latest draft of Emma Thompson’s-script for the new version of the musical My Fair Lady.

Various studio executives connected to the re-make of the classic film, which starred Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison, have said that Keira, Anne Hathaway and Scarlett Johansson are the main possibilities to play Eliza Doolittle.

However, Cameron Mackintosh, one of the film’s main producers with Duncan Kenworthy, let it be known that there are two contenders and they happen to be Keira — and Scarlett."


Anonymous said...

I guess Madonna is too old. Shoot me now.


Cap'n Bob said...

Does this mean Kiera will have to learn to act?

Dan said...

With Arnold Schwarzenegger as Higgins?