'Anna Karenina' Herself Keira Knightley On Playing the Literary Icon and Why She Wants to Return to "Pure Entertainment"
fb.indiewire.com Back when Keira Knightley became a household name thanks to her feisty turn in the summer smash "Pirates of the Caribbean," few probably predicted she'd end up where she is today as one of the most acclaimed and risk taking actresses of her generation. Save for reuniting with that film's producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, for "King Arthur" and the two "Pirates" sequels, Knightley has for the most part stuck to challenging and unpredictable choices, her latest being Leo Tolstoy's titular doomed romantic heroine in "Anna Karenina."
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