Rachel Weisz Set To Play Elizabeth Taylor In New Biopic

Oscar-winning singer Rachel Weisz has sealed on to play Elizabeth Taylor in a arriving biopic A Special Relationship. The film explores Taylor’s tour from singer to activist, and will be destined by a womanlike directing twin BertBertie (Troop Zero).

Taylor was nominated for 5 Oscars via her career, and won dual for her roles in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Butterfield 8. She was good famous for her glamorous lifestyle, that enclosed mixed marriages, and was a consistent aim of tabloids. Taylor however was also a crusader in a quarrel opposite AIDS, that started shortly after she hired Roger Wall to be her personal partner in a mid-1980s. Wall was a happy male who grew adult in misery in a Deep South. The film will concentration on Taylor’s attribute with Wall.

Weisz herself is no foreigner to OScar awards, carrying been nominated twice, and winning for 2005’s A Constant Gardener. Producers Iain Canning and Emile Sherman told Variety that “Audiences are clearly preoccupied by a private lives of iconic Hollywood stars. There is no one some-more iconic than Elizabeth Taylor, and Simon Beaufoy has created a purpose that shines a light on Elizabeth’s amusement and humanity, that will be beautifully brought to life by a unusual talents of Rachel Weisz.” They went one to contend a film “is a jubilee of how friendships can change people’s lives, and how Elizabeth helped change a world.”

At this indicate there is no recover date, though prolongation is approaching to start soon.

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