TORONTO (Reuters) – Renée Zellweger stated she felt a “sense of duty” to painting the late singer Judy Garland as authentically as attainable within the film “Judy,” which was proven on the Toronto Movie Pageant on Tuesday to a standing ovation.
Actor Renee Zellweger poses as she arrives on the Canadian premiere of “Judy” on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Pageant (TIFF) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 10, 2019. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
The movie depicts the final six months of Garland’s life, arriving in London in 1968 as a part of a sold-out live performance tour meant to refurbish her monetary state.
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