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Blake Lively, Michelle Williams, Scarlett Johansson Rumored for 'Great Gatsby'

November 2, 2010 (6:23 am) GMT
The three actresses, along with Keira Knightley and Abbie Cornish, are added to the shortlist of female lead which already includes Amanda Seyfried and Natalie Portman.

"Moulin Rouge!" helmer Baz Luhrmann is eying great talents for "", his movie adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel of the same title. After reportedly considering for the part of Daisy Buchanan, the Aussie filmmaker is reportedly expanding his search that it now includes , , , and .

According to Deadline Hollywood, these names are added to the shortlist and joining Hall, and . As for Hall, she reportedly has read for the female lead role when Luhrmann did a workshop of the screenplay he wrote with Craig Pearce.

"The Great Gatsby", set up at Sony Pictures Entertainment, is said as a possible vehicle for Luhrmann though he has not officially signed up for the directing duty. He and Sony want and to star in the film, with the former reading Jay Gatsby and the latter reading Nick Carraway.

The novel itself is a critique of the American Dream pictured in Gatsby's rise to glory and eventual fall from grace. The story also follows the love life of Gatsby and Daisy. Daisy marries the brutal, bullying, but extremely rich Tom Buchanan while Gatsby serves overseas and he is determined to get her back after the war ends.


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