If Foy accepts the part-she beat out competitor Felicity Jones but has not yet officially accepted the role-she will follow in the footsteps of Noomi Repace and Rooney Mara, who both underwent massive makeovers to play the role.
What might keep Foy from the piercing table is a conflict with "The First Man", the Neil Armstrong biopic that she's been courted for. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio is keen on signing Claire Foy, best known for headlining Netflix's The Crown. The film sees Salander reluctantly agree to help disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) investigate what happened to the teenager of a wealthy family who vanished 40 years prior, in order to redeem his reputation.
Cavs bring out the brooms again in Raptors sweep
They are a totally different team defensively and definitely offensively [since the end of the regular season]. The Cavaliers had a 12-point lead after the first half and entered the fourth quarter ahead by five.
Now, unless you have a girlfriend/boyfriend/husband/wife who is into the finer (re: boring) things in life, then you may not be familiar with Claire Foy.
However, the blonde-haired beauty has yet to receive an offer to play the role of Lisbeth Salander, although it is rumoured she will be asked to join the production in the near future. The new film project would be based on the fourth book in the series, which was written by David Lagercrantz and released in 2015.
Priyanka Chopra's Quantico renewed for a short season three
On the silver screen, Priyanka will also be seen in the upcoming Hollywood film Baywatch alongside Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron. Following the grand premiere of Baywatch in Miami, Priyanka Chopra used her free time soaking up in the sun, sea and sand.
Steven Knight and Alvarez and Jay Basu penned the script. Scott Rudin, Søren Stærmose, Ole Søndberg, Amy Pascal, Elizabeth Cantillon, Eli Bush, and Berna Levin will produce; the executive producers are Anni Faurbye Fernandez, Line Winther Skyum Funch, Johannes Jensen, and David Fincher.
News guide for Trump-Russia probe focusing on ousted Flynn
But she said she didn't know if the White House took steps to restrict Flynn's access to sensitive or classified information. The warning was "based on Flynn's role as head of DIA", a former administration official told the AFP.