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Babe of the Week is a feature on FTS where we pick some hot hottie that caught our eye to showcase a little about. For more information on the Babe of the Week feature you can read more about it hereAnd to view the past Babes, feel free to peruse here.
 

This week: Rooney Mara

Why? Rooney Mara was a suprise talent of last year as she was nominated for Best Actress for the film now out on Blu Ray and DVD March 20th The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

Babealicious in…

[2011] The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
[2010] The Social Network
[2010] A Nightmare on Elm Street
[2009] Youth in Revolt
[2009] Friends (With Benefits)
[2009] Dare


For Fun

 

Rooney has a famous family: Her Great-grandfather Tim Mara founded the New York Giants, her other Great-grandfather Art Rooney founded the Pittsburgh Steelers and her sister Kate Mara is an actress.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Babe of the Week: Rooney Mara

  1. I hear people comparing her to Audrey Hepburn. I wouldn’t go that far surely, but she does have a unique look that makes her stand out amongst a pack of overly-Botox-ed, busty bombshells.

    • As FTS’s resident Audrey fangirl I will agree that it’s hard to come close to her, but I’ve heard the phrase “punk Audrey Hepburn” which sounds a lot closer to how I see Rooney. Her demeanor and attitude outside of films is also decidedly un-Audrey like, but I sort of like that about her.

  2. Damn, yes. Rooney Mara’s smoking hot, and she does a brilliant Lisbeth. Even though I’m a Rapace girl all the way…I’ve got to hand it to Mara, she’s one scrappy motherfucker.

  3. Great choice! I love Rooney and I hope the sequel for “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ will happen soon as I’m certain I won’t like new Malick’s movie.

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