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Dianna Agron

  1. Emma Stone, The Amazing Spider-Man, 2010.
  2. Amy Adams, Man of Steel, 2011.
  3. Alicia Vikander, Seventh Son, 2011.    When Jennifer Lawrence quit for The Hunger Games trilogy, the Glee TV star tested for Alice in Russian director Sergei Bodrov’s project. So did  two Brits: Felicity Jones and  Imogen Potts.  But the gorgeous Swede won. The film was not released until 2015.
  4. Saoirse Ronan, The Host, 2012.   Change of Maggie Stryder in Andrew Niccol’s film ofthe Twilight author Stephenie Meyer’s sf book.
  5. Amy Adams, Man of Steel, 2011.
  6. Scarlett Johansson, Hitchcock, 2012.   Hitchcock’s back in business!  With two films headlined by UK actors (Anthony Hopkins, Toby Jones) in bad impressions and fat suits. This is the secondone - Hopkins making Psycho. And telling Janet Leigh: “You can call me Hitch. Hold the cock.”
  7. Jessica Biel, Hitchcock, 2012.  As Leigh was just two years older thanthe dowdier Vera Miles, most actresses were up for either role: Agron, Camilla Belle, Abby Cornish, Emilie de Ravin, Natalie Dormer, Sarah Gadon, Ashley Greene, January Jones, Kate Mara, Brit Marling, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chloe Sevigny, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Evan Rachel Wood.
  8. Taylor Swift, The Giver, 2013.   Jeff Bridges  has the title role - at last! He was first to win rights to Lois Lowry’s novel in the 90s and spent 20 years trying to  achieve his goal – of directing his father, Lloyd, in it.  And Jeff did so,  in a home movie test piece.  "Somewhere in some garage," Jeff told the Nerdist Podcast,  "there’s a version of this movie with my father playing The Giver.   Bud Cort narrates the whole thing. Beau's kids:  one is shooting it, one is playing Jonas. We did the whole book, so that's around.  Somewhere."  
  9. Alicia Vikander, Seventh Son, 2014.   After Jennifer Lawrence passed on the medieval thriller, Agron, Felicity Jones, Imogen Poots tested for the Russian director Sergey Bodrov before he chose  the lovely Swede.




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