Rooney Mara In Side Effects

Rooney Mara Crumbles Down With Unforeseen Consequences In Her Newest Film Side Effects

After her colossal success in her film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Rooney Mara is set for another huge hit in the upcoming film Side Effects. This time she plays the role of a troubled wife who gets under the influence of a new drug that turn her life down to a spiral. Rooney Mara is the younger sister of actress Kate Mara who has also been a big hit actress. Apart from acting, Rooney Mara is also entwined with charity work as well as love for football that makes her family tight as glue. Among Rooney Mara’s films include A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Social Network, and Friends (With Benefits).

After her husband is released from prison, a young wife finds it hard with coping up with her husband. She decides to see a doctor wherein she is given a new prescription drugs which can alleviate all her problems. However, there is a downside to this new medication which she has no power over. Her life eventually turns south as she experiences her problems worsening rather than improving. It is just a matter of time when she will realize her mistake and change her life for the better.

Side Effects is a thriller film which is directed by Steven Soderbergh. It is brought to us by Open Road Films and scheduled for release this coming February 8, 2013. Side Effects stars Rooney Mara, Jude Law, Channing Tatum, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Vinessa Shaw. Certain film critics of this movie might think that this film is just one ordinary movie but it is surely showcases some of the best actors and actresses in Hollywood nowadays which really deserves to be watched out for.  Moviegoers and fans alike will undeniably be pleased for another exciting movie to come out this year.

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