Anna Karenina Director Joe Wright Says He "Specifically Wanted to Make Another Film With Keira"

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Director Joe Wright's adaptation of Anna Karenina comes out this November with Keira Knightley in the title role, which marks the third time Wright has cast the actress in one of his films. When I sat down to chat with Wright, he talked about why Knightley was his only choice to play Anna, as well as how she's grown up since they made their last film together. Watch as Wright discusses her, how he had the best collaborator in Shakespeare in Love screenwriter Tom Stoppard, and why he cast Knightley's love interest, Aaron Taylor-Johnson.">