“Roman Holiday” Fantasy Reboot: Keira Knightley and Daniel Henney

Photo Credit: Focus Features

Photo Credit: Focus Features

Photo Credit: @DanielHenney

Photo Credit: @DanielHenney

Meet the Audrey and Gregory of 2014! 

On Friday, I saw the classic 1953 film “Roman Holiday” , and I couldn’t help fantasizing about a possible remake today. My idea of the perfect Princess Ann and Joe Bradley would be British actress Kiera Knightley and American star Daniel Henney.

Why these two?

Kiera can pretend to be royal because of her classic English accent. She has the same grace and size as the late Audrey Hepburn. Her acting in period films like “Pride and Prejudice” proves she knows how to be a noble lady of yesteryear.

Daniel is a dead ringer for the late Gregory Peck. He has earned respect all over Asia with his modeling and acting. The Michigan born celebrity rose to fame in South Korea. He continued his career in Hollywood wih roles on “Hawaii Five-o”, “Big Hero 6” and “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” just to name a few.

Her onscreen poise and his charm could win over hearts across the world.

Think about it, Hollywood.

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3 Responses to “Roman Holiday” Fantasy Reboot: Keira Knightley and Daniel Henney

  1. Tintorera says:

    My two favorite actors: Gregory Peck & Daniel Henney! ❤

  2. Pingback: Just Pics: Gregory Peck vs. Daniel Henney | Tintorera

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