There could also be no “Bad Blood” in any case following a brand new improvement in Apple TV’s forthcoming film about Elizabeth Holmes. Jennifer Lawrence has lengthy been slated to star because the Theranos founder in Adam McKay’s tackle the corporate’s scandal, however throughout an interview with New York Times reporter Kyle Buchanan, printed on Nov. 2, the actor stated there was no want for an additional retelling of how Holmes’s model failed.
“Jennifer Lawrence will now not star as Elizabeth Holmes in Adam McKay’s BAD BLOOD, she instructed me,” Buchanan tweeted on Nov. 2. “She got here to that conclusion after watching Amanda Seyfried play Holmes in ‘The Dropout’: “I assumed she was terrific. I used to be like, ‘Yeah, we needn’t redo that.’ She did it.”
Seyfried portrayed Holmes in Hulu’s “The Dropout,” which aired in March. Her efficiency netted her an Emmy for greatest actress in a restricted collection.
In December 2021, Variety introduced that Apple Original Films, alongside Legendary Pictures, was producing “Bad Blood,” one other mission detailing the meteoric success and subsequent speedy fall from grace of healthcare entrepreneur and Theranos founder Holmes. However, now it seems Lawrence is more than pleased to let Seyfried have the definitive tackle the eccentric startup founder.
Representatives for McKay and Lawrence didn’t instantly reply to POPSUGAR’s request for remark, and it’s unclear whether or not the mission shall be axed following the actor’s exit. Read on for every little thing we learn about “Bad Blood.”