The trailer for Christina Hendricks's new film "Dark Places" with Charlize Theron is now available on the Internet and some fans are anticipating that the Indie film written by Gone Girl writer Gillian Flynn could be one of the summer surprises when it is released on August 8. Part of the intrigue about her being part of this film is that her choice of it reminds some fans of the stories she has recounted concerning her becoming part of the television show that made her famous, "Mad Men".
It is no secret that she was dropped from her agency because she decided to join the cast of "Mad Men" as they considered the film to be a period piece that would make no money for them nor would it help her career. They obviously were very wrong but it also puts a spotlight on the importance of an actor believing in themselves and being willing to take a chance with roles.
If Christina Hendricks does not take the Mad Men role she likely does not become a household name in Hollywood and she misses out on the role of Joan Harris, one of the most meaty, juicy roles on television.
Some fans suspect that her role in "Dark Places" is going to be so memorable that it will enhance her image as an actress and get people talking about her as a big screen movie star.
The Mad Men tv show made her into one of the most in-demand actresses in Hollywood and has provided her with the ability to take on compelling, fascinating roles in Indie movies such as that of the role of Patty Day in the movie "Dark Places".
Christina Hendricks is an actress who has developed a reputation as to knowing when a script is great and thus her being part of a film is now being looked at as an indication that the script and film are fascinating, something that bodes well for the film "Dark Places".
The actress who knows a good script when she reads it, the curvaceous beauty Christina Hendricks.