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Rooney Mara stepped out solo in a full-length black gown at the 2021 Gotham Awards in New York City #englishheadline #Rooney #Mara #stepped #solo #fulllength #black #gown #Gotham #Awards #York #City

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Rooney Mara stepped out solo in a full-length black gown at the 2021 Gotham Awards in New York City










Rooney Mara was the picture of elegance, stepping out in a stunning black gown at the 2021 Gotham Awards.

The 36-year-old actress was not spotted with her longtime fiance, Joaquin Phoenix at the ceremony, held at Cipriani Wall Street on Monday evening.

Her outing comes just days before her first movie in three years is about to open, Nightmare Alley, which arrives December 17.

Elegant Rooney: Rooney Mara was the picture of elegance, stepping out in a stunning black gown at the 2021 Gotham Awards

Mara was seen sporting a black gown with frilly sleeves and ruffles, which fell to her ankles.

She had her hair pulled back in a tight bun as she hit the red carpet at the annual awards show.

The actress completed her look with a pair of black pumps for the ceremony.

Rooney's look: Mara was seen sporting a black gown with frilly sleeves and ruffles, which fell to her ankles

Rooney’s look: Mara was seen sporting a black gown with frilly sleeves and ruffles, which fell to her ankles

Mara stars as Molly in writer-director Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley, which is based on the novel by Lindsey Gresham.

The story follows a nefarious carnie named Stan Carlisle, who has a talent for manipulating people.

He meets up with a psychiatrist named Lilith Ritter (Cate Blanchett), who he learns is even more dangerous than he is. 

New movie: Mara stars as Molly in writer-director Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley, which is based on the novel by Lindsey Gresham

New movie: Mara stars as Molly in writer-director Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley, which is based on the novel by Lindsey Gresham

She will next be seen in writer-director Sarah Polley’s new directorial effort Women Talking, based on Miriam Toews’ novel.

The story follows a group of women in a Mennonite religious colony in Bolivia, who, ‘struggle to reconcile their faith with a string of sexual assaults committed by the colony’s men.’

Mara stars alongside Claire Foy, Frances McDormand, Jessie Buckley and Ben Whishaw in the film. 

Coming soon: She will next be seen in writer-director Sarah Polley's new directorial effort Women Talking, based on Miriam Toews' novel

Coming soon: She will next be seen in writer-director Sarah Polley’s new directorial effort Women Talking, based on Miriam Toews’ novel

 

Story: The story follows a group of women in a Mennonite religious colony in Bolivia, who, 'struggle to reconcile their faith with a string of sexual assaults committed by the colony's men'

Story: The story follows a group of women in a Mennonite religious colony in Bolivia, who, ‘struggle to reconcile their faith with a string of sexual assaults committed by the colony’s men’

Mara and her longtime partner Joaquin Phoenix made headlines by asking their fans to adopt a turkey for Thanksgiving, instead of eating one.

‘Turkeys are emotional, intelligent, and social animals. It’s chilling that more than 68 million turkeys will be brutally slaughtered and eaten during the holiday months alone,’ the couple said. 

‘By adopting a turkey through Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt a Turkey Project, you are not only supporting the rescue of animals caught in the brutal factory farming industry, but you are also protesting animal agriculture’s immoral treatment of workers, and its dominating role in accelerating the climate crisis,’ they added. 

Adopt: Mara and her longtime partner Joaquin Phoenix made headlines by asking their fans to adopt a turkey for Thanksgiving, instead of eating one

Adopt: Mara and her longtime partner Joaquin Phoenix made headlines by asking their fans to adopt a turkey for Thanksgiving, instead of eating one

Animals: 'Turkeys are emotional, intelligent, and social animals. It's chilling that more than 68 million turkeys will be brutally slaughtered and eaten during the holiday months alone,' the couple said

Animals: ‘Turkeys are emotional, intelligent, and social animals. It’s chilling that more than 68 million turkeys will be brutally slaughtered and eaten during the holiday months alone,’ the couple said



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