Rachel McAdams is going 'heavy' and 'dark' in the highly anticipated and much talked about HBO television show 'True Detective' and the movie 'Everything Will Be Fine' and the move to the 'dark' side is very intriguing decision.
Some filmmakers and entertainment observers look at this move as an indication that she wants to return to being included in conversations about Hollywood actresses who are contenders to emerge from the 'pack' of leading ladies and discussed as the next leading lady dramatic stars so sensational that one would be willing to listen to them read a yellow pages phone book to them.
Since 2011 she has been working consistently and earning good reviews for her performances but has not 'blown' fans and critics away with her impressive performances but that view looks like it is about to change considering the large amount of attention directed toward her from the media while on the set of 'True Detective' and her appearance in the trailer for 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'.
In the latter movie which will be released in Germany before it hits the U.S. market her appearance in the trailer is mesmerizing even with it being dubbed in German. Her performance and 'look' in the trailer left fans and entertainment observers speculating that she will be sensational in the movie.
Interestingly, the rumours that are emerging from the set of 'True Detective' hint to her being exceptional as flawed, complicated no-nonsense Monterrey sheriff Ana Bezzerides.
She plays a feature role in five 2015 projects but it is very possible that the two projects which will leave not just film insiders but fans talking about her in the most 'positive' light are 'True Detective' and 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'.
Get ready for Rachel McAdam's return to her 'It' status of 2005 but instead of it being a 'It Girl' it is very feasible that after the release of her 2015 projects she will be one of the 'It Women' of Hollywood.