“The kind of career that I want is not easy as a lady to manifest, because everyone wants a lady to be likable” – Rebecca Hall
“Sometimes I can spend months doing things to make sure that my instincts work correctly, but ultimately it’s still instinctive.” – Rebecca Hall on Creating a Character
Rebecca Hall on Her Role in Broadway’s ‘Machinal’: “I keep myself as loose and empty as possible and then just let the rest of the company slowly pummel me”
Rebecca Hall might be making her Broadway debut in Machinal, but the Iron Man 3…
Rebecca Hall will make her Broadway debut as “Young Woman” in a new Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway production of Machinal.
One of the most surprising members of the cast of Iron Man 3 is Rebecca Hall, who plays scientist Maya Hansen. Hall has had a prolific career since her first film in 2006, but had never been in any sort of big budget film until appearing alongside Robert Downey, Jr. in Iron Man 3.
Rebecca Hall on ‘Parade’s End’, the Difficulty of Finding Challenging Roles and the “Gift” of “Doing 5 Hours of Drama”
You know you’re looking at a talented actress when you’ve seen them in an English period piece and a blockbuster superhero movie in the same year.
Rebecca Hall has tried to stay away from blockbuster movies, preferring smaller fare like The Town and Vicky Cristina Barcelona. But, in a departure, she’ll be appearing in Iron Man 3 in May.
In Theaters: May 3rd
Rebecca Hall has worked with directors like Woody Allen and Stephen Frears. But she’s quick to admit she’s not ready to walk in their footsteps.
Rebecca Hall on Her Role in ‘Lay The Favorite’: “I thought, I love this part, I would kill to do it. But I don’t believe that anyone is going to cast me in it”
Rebecca Hall has appeared in a number of award winning movies, including Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Frost/Nixon, The Town, and The Prestige. While those credits are impressive enough for the twenty-nine year old actress, Hall had not starred in any comedies.
Here are 3 clips from Everything Must Go starring Will Ferrell, Christopher Jordan Wallace, Rebecca Hall and Michael Pena.
Jake Sandvig, actor & co-writer of the SXSW hit, A Bag of Hammers, talks about writing his first script, casting the movie and nightmare audition stories!
Jon Hamm and Rebecca Hall, stars of the new Ben Affleck directed film, The Town,…