Rosamund Pike reveals she once had a movie poster removed when she realised her breasts had been significantly enhanced and admits ‘it didn’t look like me’
- Rosamund Pike, 41, once ‘objected’ to a movie poster that had been enhanced
- Movie star said it didn’t look like her because her breasts had been enlarged
- It is thought the picture could have been from spy spoof Johnny English Reborn
Rosamund Pike has revealed she once got a movie poster taken down because her breasts had been enlarged.
The Gone Girl actress, 41, couldn’t remember what film the poster was for, but it has been suggested it could have been the 2011 spy spoof Johnny English Reborn.
Speaking to The Sunday Times she said: ‘I remember being on a poster for something I objected to, where they sort of enhanced my boobs.’
Rosamund was so uncomfortable with the changes she made the film company remove the image.
Rosamund Pike (pictured at the Giorgio Armani show at Milan Fashion Week in February 2019) has revealed she once had to have a movie poster taken down
She added: ‘I was, like, that’s not me. It got taken down.’
Rosamund played Kate Sumner, a behavioural psychologist at MI7, and English’s love interest, in Johnny English Reborn.
It is not known if this was the film poster alluded to, but as she stands in a form-hugging red dress her assets do seem to have been touched-up in one publicity image.
FEMAIL has contacted Johnny English Reborn producers StudioCanal, WorkingTitleFilms and Universal Pictures for comment.
It is not known if this was the poster alluded to, but as she stands in a form-hugging red dress her assets do seem to have been touched-up
The British-born actress, who recently starred as Marie Curie in Radioactive, went on to reveal she enjoyed the role because no one could tell what the scientist was really thinking.
She said: ‘I mean, everyone says that, since #MeToo, it’s OK for women not to be likeable.’
Radioactive was released this month and follows the life and love of Marie – born Maria Sklodowska in Warsaw, Poland, in November 1867 – as she discovered radium and polonium with her husband Pierre Curie.
The film features flashes into the future that show the consequences of their discoveries – including Chernobyl and nuclear warfare.
Rosamund played Kate Sumner, a behavioural psychologist at MI7, and English’s love interest, in Johnny English Reborn (pictured in the 2011 film)
Rosamund has balanced a lucrative acting career with caring for her two sons; Solo, born in 2012 and Atom, born in 2014.
She shares her children, who are now seven and five, with her partner of ten years Robie Uniacke.
The actress is currently filming the role of Moiraine the sorceress in The Wheel of Time, an adaptation of Robert Jordan’s cult novel series of the same name, and has moved her entire family to Prague for a year.
She has previously spoken about her strong connections to the roles she takes on, as she told The Sunday Times magazine she struggled to detach from the fearless and rebellious war correspondent Marie Colvin.
The British-born actress, who recently starred as Marie Curie in Radioactive, went on to reveal she enjoyed the role because no one could tell what the scientist was really thinking
Marie was killed by a rocket strike while she was reporting in Syria in 2012.
Rosamund said: ‘I have taken responsibility for this one. I care very much about it, about the whole thing.’
She researched the role heavily, meeting Marie’s friends and watching videos of her.
‘I wanted to capture her spirit of rebellion. But I also had to dive into Colvin’s bitterness. I want people to care about journalism again,’ Rosamund added.
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