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(2004)

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In the early 1970s Stanley Kubrick wanted to direct an adaptation of this book, but found it to be too big to make it into a three-hour film. He instead made Barry Lyndon (1975).
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After asking Reese Witherspoon to get pregnant for the role (as a joke, because she thought Reese was too thin), Mira Nair was delighted when Witherspoon announced she was expecting after all.
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Shot in 55 days
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Most of the costumes were purposefully made a little smaller than necessary, to slightly alter the overall look of them.
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The sheer brown gown with white embroidery worn by Kelly Hunter (Lady Steyne) at the Prince Regent's party is the same costume worn by Faith Brook (Countess Rostova) in War & Peace (1972), by an extra at the London Ball in Poldark: Episode #2.2 (1977), and by a guest at the London ball in Poldark (1996).
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Natasha Little, who plays Lady Jane Sheepshanks, played Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair (1998).
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Daniel Craig was considered for a part.
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Robert Pattinson had his scenes as Becky's son, Rawdy, deleted in the final edition.
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