Rossum produced the project with her husband, “Mr. Robot” creator Sam Esmail. Shooting began in 2020, at which point the “Day After Tomorrow” actress completely transformed her look to play Angelyne, spending up to seven hours in makeup per day, and even bleaching her eyebrows to play the blonde bombshell.
Rossum recently divulged to THR that she spoke to Angelyne while preparing for the series. “The one thing [she] told me was that she’s a mirror, so whatever I saw in her, that’s the story I should tell and therefore it would be my story and not her story. And I thought that was so empowering,” the mother of one said.
She continued, “I hope that she knows that this is a love letter to the fun and fantasy and the hot pink, Corvette-driving enigma that she is. I hope more people fall in love with her and appreciate her for what a trailblazer she is as the precursor to social media.”
Rossum shared the advice of Angelyne with Variety during the premiere of the series on Wednesday.
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