In June 2020, after years of hypothesis, it was confirmed that Kate Winslet would tackle the position of Lee Miller, British Vogue’s prolific World Conflict II correspondent underneath the journal’s formidable editor-in-chief Audrey Withers, in a brand new movie directed by Oscar-nominated auteur Ellen Kuras. (Kuras beforehand labored with Winslet on Everlasting Sunshine of the Spotless Thoughts, for which she served as cinematographer.) Now, the primary trailer has lastly been launched, revealing our first take a look at Winslet in character as Miller, indefatigable within the face of unimaginable horror.

Titled Lee, the hotly anticipated launch will take inspiration from the biography The Lives of Lee Miller by Antony Penrose—Miller’s son along with her second husband Roland Penrose, a historian and champion of the Surrealist motion—with The Put up’s Liz Hannah penning the script in collaboration with Lem Dobbs, John Collee, Marion Hume, and The Lee Miller Archives. Alongside Winslet as Miller, Alexander Skarsgård will play Roland Penrose (the half had beforehand gone to Jude Regulation, however the actor has since departed the challenge), and Josh O’Connor will tackle the a part of Antony Penrose. In the meantime, Andrea Riseborough will seem as Audrey Withers and Marion Cotillard as Solange D’Ayen, the style director of French Vogue who was one other shut ally of Miller’s.

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