In February 2010, Darren Aronofsky and Angelina Jolie have agreed to make the team for the movie version of the novel “Serena” of the author Ron Rash, over the next two years both have contracts terminated and focused on other projects, the journalists from The Playlist noting that the seat is installed now director Susanne Bier Danish (“Hævnen”, “Brødre”, “Things We Lost in the Fire”), who co-opted in starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.
Although it will need to participate in activities to promote the science fiction thriller “The Hunger Games” by March, after which will begin shooting the sequel’s “Catching Fire” and “X-Men: First Class 2″ where returns to Katniss Everdeen and the characters that Raven/Mystique, Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence will take the time to address complex and challenging role of Serena Pemberton, a young woman in Boston of 1929, who follows her husband in North Carolina in order to build a timber empire.
George Pemberton (Bradley Cooper) has a local affair with Rachel and becomes the father of a bastard, and when Serena learns that is infertile, their vindictive fury unleashed on her husband’s illegitimate son. Although he never lived in the mountains, Serena is a courageous and strong woman who hunts snakes, he supervises the workers side by side with her husband and George saves his life in the wild, beating them or killing them mercilessly those who leave the bars. Suspecting that George protects his mistress and child shadow, Serena triggers a personal vendetta against the two, and her passionate marriage starts to unravel.
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper recently collaborated on drama “The Silver Linings Playbook” directed by David O. Russell, which will see the light in the U.S. big screen on 21 November 2012, the only chance for them is to address the priority period drama “Serena” and that Susanne Bier start filming on this spring, before Bradley Cooper to begin work on “Paradise Lost” or “The Hangover Part III” in the summer.