Jennifer Lawrence will not be seen wearing the infamous black turtleneck that was made famous by Elizabeth Holmes.

After watching Amanda Seyfried’s performance in Hulu’s “The Dropout,” the Academy Award-winning actress reportedly told the reporter Kyle Buchanan, who recently profiled the star for the New York Times, that she will not be taking the part that she was expected to appear in in the latest movie on the Theranos CEO that will be directed by Adam McKay.

Buchanan stated that Lawrence had informed her, “I thought she was fantastic,” regarding the other person. “When I heard that, my first thought was, “Yeah, we don’t need to repeat that.” It was done by her.”

Insider attempted to get in touch with Lawrence and McKay’s representatives but did not receive a response.

During our conversation with Adam McKay in January about his film “Don’t Look Up,” we brought up the possibility of Jennifer Lawrence playing Sherlock Holmes. To be more specific, if she had been playing around with talking in Holmes’ signature low voice.

McKay stated in reference to the voice, “I haven’t yet forced her to do it for me.” She mentioned that she has been putting some effort into it.

When referring to Lawrence’s performance as Holmes, McKay stated, “She was born to play that role.” “She indicated with her voice that she is experiencing it. She is quite enthusiastic.”

But that was before Seyfried captivated fans as Holmes in “The Dropout” and won an Emmy for her performance.

McKay, who had just finished working with Lawrence on the film “Don’t Look Up,” will have to return to the drawing board in order to adapt John Carreyrou’s nonfiction book “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley,” which was published in 2018. Apple Original Films is producing the movie.

Theranos was a worth billion of dollars startup that was founded by Holmes. It was assumed to be a game-changer in the healthcare profession as Holmes boasted that her blood-testing machinery could run a wide range of lab tests with just a few drops of patients’ blood from a finger prick. However, Holmes’s claims turned out to be false, and the company was shut down in 2018. She was groomed to succeed Steve Jobs in the future.

The plan was a failure, and Holmes was found guilty in January of three charges of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud as a result of the incident.

By Anna

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