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April 22, 2011

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Wow! I just thought of Ralph Fiennes as Voldemort and Helena as Bellatrix! :) But I wonder how he would look as Magwitch.
I'm not sure how Rooney Mara would have done, I have never seen her in any movies, but from images I've seen I don't picture her as Estella. For some reason I picture her more like she looked in this version: http://myaustendreamworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/great_expect_estella.jpg
But they could have made it work I'm sure.

Who do you think would be a good Estella?

I saw Mara in "The Social Network." She seemed to be a very good actress (though her part was so small it was hard to tell). I don't know if she has the right look, though.

I'd like to see Charlotte Riley (from the 2009 "Wuthering Heights") as Estella. But if they were talking to Rooney Mara, it sounds as if they're going for American-actress-on-the-rise, not British-actress-making-a-name-for-herself-in-BBC-movies.

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