Rooney Mara is set to produce and star in an upcoming Apple Studios Audrey Hepburn biopic.
No more information regarding the biopic has been released yet.
Born in Belgium in 1929, Hepburn survived tragedy and famine during the German occupation of the Netherlands during WWII before becoming a dancer and ultimately an actress in the 1940s and ’50s. She starred in iconic films such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, My Fair Lady, Funny Face, Sabrina and Roman Holiday. She left Hollywood to do Humanitarian work, most notably with the UNICEF. Hepburn died in Switzerland in 1993; she was 63.
The Hollywood Reporter was the first to break the news.