Georgina Haig


  1. Emma Stone,The Amazing Spider-Man, 2010.
  2. Rosamund Pike, Wrath of the Titans, 2011.     Alexa Davalos was “unavailable” for the the overblown  sequel to the re-make of the 1980 original (!).South African director Jonathan Leibesman started looking for a new Andromeda through Georgina, Hayley Atwell, Dominique McElligott, Janet Montgomery and the French  Clémence Poésy. 
  3. Margot Robbie, The Legend of Tarzan, 2014.   Loin-clothes were tested, with six possible ape-men in them.  But eleven women were seen to be Jane Porter, from the Irish Sarah Bolger, American Lucy Boynton, Australian Georgina Haig and  British  Gabriella Wilde to  Lyndsy Fonseca, Lucy  Hale (from Memphis and Scream 4), the way too busy Emma Stone and  Harry Potter’s Emma Watson.  Plus Eleanor Tomlinson, the sole redhead among the blondes, and Prince Harry’s ex-lover Cressida Bonas… Ultimately, Margot Robbie quit A Bigger Splash in Italy to go on-vine with Swedish hunk Alexander Skarsgård as the first 21st Century Tarzan… in a major flop when finally released in the summer of 2016.
  4. Allison Miller, Incorporated, TV, 2016-2017.      Good slice of science fiction produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and headed by a (young) Conneryesque Sean Teale. Haig was his wife, Laura, in the pilot. In the series, badly terminated after one season, she was the Rome-born American actress from Kings, Terra Nova and Go On.

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