Keira Knightley's preparation for 'Anna Karenina' role scared co-stars
Keira Knightley prepared so well for her role in the upcoming movie 'Anna Karenina,' that it intimidated her co-stars.
The 27-year-old actress revealed that during filming, her copy of the novel became filled with post-it notes. “I’m very into stationary. I think I frightened all the boys because I’d done so much homework,” the Telegraph quoted her as saying.
“Or rather they could at least see the homework I’d done because I go for colourful Post-it notes. It terrified them,” she added.
The Oscar nominated star, plays the protagonist in Tom Stoppard’s new adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s epic, Russian love story, directed by Joe Wright and co-starring Jude Law and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Law plays Karenina’s husband Karenin in the film, while Taylor-Johnson plays the role of Vronsky, her lover.