Happy birthday Rachel McAdams: How the ‘Mean Girl’ came in ‘Spotlight’


What she wears, what she loves, where she goes, who she adores and how she can make the goofiest of things look cool with her confidence. The Notebook

It’s impossible to talk about Rachel McAdams and not mention The Notebook. Both the actors did a marvellous job in The Red Eye. The Hot Chick

The Hot Chick demanded less of Rachel McAdams, who played Jessica, the popular high school girl. Rachel McAdams was perfect for the part. You just couldn’t take your eyes off her when she was on screen. It’s difficult to decipher if it was Rachel or Cillian who kept us hooked to the screen. In Arthur Conan Doyle’s book, Irene was the only character who was able to surprise Sherlock Holmes with her intelligence. With her performance in the Mark Waters directorial, Rachel managed to evoke hatred and admiration at the same time. She managed to grab attention with her minor role
The Red Eye

The suspense thriller helmed by late director Wes Craven gave us goosebumps. “She wanted to embody me psychologically.” In a nutshell, if Rachel is ever planning to play you, you can be rest assured that she can perfectly reflect a side of you, that you probably didn’t know existed. In the Marvel film, she had a sliver of a role yet her talent was not completely wasted. We remember Rachel McAdams as the blonde Regina George from Mean Girls. 2017-11-17T16:36:10+00:00″>
Updated: November 17, 2017 4:36 pm

Happy birthday Rachel Mc Adams: Remembering her best films as she turns 39. Later she starred opposite Ryan Gosling in The Notebook. Recently we saw her in Marvel’s Dr Strange, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch. Dr Strange

Where would Dr Strange be without Doctor Christine Palmer? Happy birthay Rachel! Spotlight

Rachel McAdam played journalist Sacha Pfeiffer in the Oscar-winning film Spotlight. Sherlock Holmes

Rachel McAdams played the role of Irene Adler in the Sherlock Holmes franchise. Here’s a list of her films that you really should not miss. Wedding Crashers

It’s easy to get sidelined in a film featuring Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Mean Girls

Although Lindsay Lohan was the protagonist of this film, Mean Girls became all about Regina George. Variety had rightfully said, “She (Rachel McAdams) skillfully carries much of the film’s emotional weight with a free and easy manner.” Some moments from this film became so popular that even Bollywood director Anurag Basu decided to use some of these sequences in his hit film Barfi. The actor always manages to steal the show and own her character even if she is not in the lead role. However, this was no big deal for Rachel McAdams who sailed through her part in the film. In an interview with CBC, real life journalist Sacha had said that Rachel had captured mannerism she didn’t know she had. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
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