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Rooney Mara steps out in a fedora as she breaks quarantine for a walk

by Uwe Doucette (2020-05-24)

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Rooney Mara put her home quarantine on hold Thursday when she stepped out for a stroll.

The 35-year-old Girl With The Dragon Tattoo star was spotted out stretching her legs while dressed in some baggy casual clothing. 

She was nearly unrecognizable in a black black fedora and black sunglasses, especially after she put on a black mask in compliance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).






Walkabout: Rooney Mara put her home quarantine on hold Thursday when she stepped out for a stroll through her LA neighborhood


Rooney opted for loose, flowing clothing with her weathered pale blue denim shirt.

The 5ft3in Academy Award nominee paired it with baggy black Adidas track pants and casual black sneakers. 






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She wore her mask in accordance with CDC recommendations and an order from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, which requires anyone in Los Angeles to cover their face when visiting essential businesses or spaces where multiple people will congregate.

However, the masks aren't required for more solitary outings like Rooney's. 






Protective: She was nearly unrecognizable in a black black fedora and black sunglasses, especially after she put on a black mask in compliance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 







Fateful collaboration: Rooney has dated Joaquin Phoenix, 45, since 2016, when they starred in the film Mary Magdalene; shown in January














Missing from Rooney's stroll was her fiancé Joaquin Pheonix, 45, who was seen with her last month filling up at a gas station.

The couple recently wrote an op-ed together for The Washington Post about wet markets in North America and the contagions they breed.

It read: 'The unsanitary living conditions inside CAFOS weaken animals' immune systems and increase their susceptibility to infection and disease. 

'The factory farms' response has been to pump the animals full of antibiotics that make their way into our food supply and onto our dinner plates, systematically fostering in humans a lethal resistance to the medicines that once quelled everyday infections.'

They added: 'Such practices have brought humanity to the point that the WHO now estimates that more than half of all human diseases emanate from animals. 

They've been dating since 2016, when they starred together in the film Mary Magdalene, with Rooney playing the title character and Joaquin starring as Jesus Christ.

The two had also previously appeared together in 2013's Her, and they once again graced the same screen in the inspirational biopic Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot.

Their engagement was confirmed in July 2019, though rumors of it had circulated long before then.






Ring-free:  Their engagement was confirmed in July , though rumors of it circulated before then. Despite that, Rooney didn't wear her diamond ring while out; shown in February







Shut down: Though Rooney seems to be adapting to life amid the coronavirus, the pandemic has temporarily halted her upcoming project Nightmare Alley


Despite that, Rooney didn't appear to be wearing her massive diamond engagement ring on Thursday.

Though Rooney seems to be adapting to life amid the coronavirus, the pandemic has temporarily halted her upcoming project Nightmare Alley.

The movie, a remake of the 1947 film noir classic, is directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro and features a star-studded cast including Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Ron Perlman and Mary Steenburgen.

Both film version were inspired by William Lindsay Gresham's 1946 novel of the same name, du lịch hồ ba bể which has become a classic of '40s crime and noir literature.






Star-studded: The remake of the 1947 noir classic is directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro and has a cast featuring Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Ron Perlman and Mary Steenburgen




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