In 2005 Rosamund starred in a movie called Doom. I’ve added posters, stills, promotional shoot images and of course Blu-Ray screen captures of the movie to our gallery. While this movie is not one of my favorite projects of Rosamund I still recommend you checking the additions out.
For today’s movie update I’ve added posters, stills, promo shoots and Blu-Ray captures of Rosamund’s breakout role as Miranda Frost in the James Bond movie Die Another Day.
THR is reporting Rosamund officially signed on to David Fincher’s “Gone Girl”.
David Fincher has found his Girl.
Rosamund Pike has been offered and is expected to accept the starring role opposite Ben Affleck in the 20th Century Fox mystery thriller Gone Girl, which is being co-financed 50-50 with New Regency, sources said. Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry are being eyed for supporting roles.
Pike will play a wife who goes missing on her fifth wedding anniversary, as her husband (Affleck) becomes the prime suspect. Much of the story is told in flashbacks.
The British actress, who recently starred opposite Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher, landed the role that had Hollywood’s thirtysomething female set jockeying for the chance to work with Fincher. A number of actresses including Charlize Theron, Natalie Portman and Emily Blunt had been reported to be in the mix, but all were ruled out for various reasons including availability. Abbie Cornish and Olivia Wilde also had been considered.
Reese Witherspoon, who optioned the book last summer, is producing alongside Bruna Papandrea and Leslie Dixon.
The film is set to go into production in September.
Author Gillian Flynn adapted the screenplay from her novel, which became one of the biggest sellers of 2012.
Pike recently shot the dramedy A Long Way Down opposite Aaron Paul. The busy actress’ upcoming films also include Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin’s What We Did on Our Holiday, Fouad Mikati’s Return to Sender and Peter Chelsom’s Hector and the Search for Happiness.
She is repped by UTA, Shelley Browning at Magnolia Entertainment and United Agents in the U.K.
Rosamund Pike’s co-stars felt “protective” of her on set and were always quick to make sure she was warm enough.
Rosamund Pike got regular “penguin cuddles” from The World’s End cast.
The British actress stars alongside Nick Frost and Simon Pegg in the sci-fi comedy about a group of friends who meet up to complete a pub crawl they unsuccessfully attempted in their youth.
As Rosamund was one of the few women on set, Simon, Nick and co-stars Eddie Marsan, Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine took it upon themselves to make sure she was comfortable at all times.
“She gives as good as she gets, and throws herself into it,” Simon smiled to This is Nottingham.
Nick added: “But we were very protective of her. When it was cold outside, the five of us would crowd around her and give her a penguin cuddle.”
Rosamund Pike thinks it helped her career that she wasn’t initially seen as beautiful.
The stunning blonde has had some amazing roles, portraying a Bond girl in 2002 flick Die Another Day and enjoying an action-packed part in Jack Reacher.
While she might be lauded for her good looks now, Rosamund insists it wasn’t always that way.
“I always feel fortunate that I was never an attractive teenager or child,” she mused to the British edition of OK! magazine.
“I distinctly remember because it was like being an ugly duckling and then suddenly somebody found me attractive and it was a turning point for me.”
In Die Another Day, Rosamund played the gorgeous Miranda Frost alongside Hollywood Heartthrob Pierce Brosnan as 007.
She hopes never to have to resort to plastic surgery and looks to older colleagues for inspiration.
“I was looking at [Dame] Judi Dench in the Bond film and thought, ‘There’s a beautiful woman.’ So touch wood!” the 34-year-old smiled.
The actress has snapped back into shape since giving birth to her son Solo with boyfriend Robie Uniacke in May last year.
It’s their only child so far, which Rosamund believes helped her keep her slim frame.
“I did put on some weight,” she revealed. “It was my first baby and you never show quite as much.”