GELLAR BEAT OUT SEVIGNY FOR ROLE
Indy Actress Chloe Sevigny (Boys Don't Cry, American Psycho) can't seem to find roles in mainstream Hollywood. At least, that is what she tells the New York Daily News:
'She recently left the William Morris Agency [for Endeavor] because they didn't cast the net wide enough (she fired them, not vice versa as was reported),' says Premiere magazine.
But Sevigny is still waiting for lightning to strike.
She recently had a good meeting with director Sam Raimi ('Spider-Man,' 'The Evil Dead' films) for a horror movie, 'but then he offered the part to Sarah Michelle Gellar!' she laments. 'It's, like, 'What movie are you making if you have to choose between me and her?''
There was another disappointment with 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' director Doug Liman. 'Liman basically said, 'Well, if we were going to go indie, we would hire Sarah Polley instead.' 'There's just a group of girls at the top who get offered everything, whereas I don't.'
Courtesy of Counting Down