There’s no sibling rivalry here.
Actress Kate Mara talked about her relationship with younger sister Rooney in an interview with Manhattan magazine, saying: ‘There’s something about having the girl closest to me in my life also experiencing the exact same job – I know how unique that is. I don’t take it for granted at all.’
The 31-year-old House Of Cards star added: ‘Now I have someone who’s in the club with me. There was such a long period of time when I didn’t have that.
‘It’s really rare to have a sibling going through the same, or very, very similar, experiences as you: similar stresses and joys and uncertainties.’
The actress opened up about the 28-year-old Girl With the Dragon Tattoo star as she posed for a sizzling photoshoot for the cover of the Magazine’s May issue.
Kate showed off a glimpse of her bra and back in a see-through nude chiffon top paired with a light blue miniskirt with chiffon pleats.
The blonde changed into a sizzling black dress, slit to the thigh, with cut-outs at the shoulder and bust, showing a hint of under cleavage.
Her shoulder-length tresses fell over one side of her face, which was expertly made up to accentuate her naturally pale skin in smokey tones for her eyes, accentuated by liner, while her lips were a smouldering dark red.
She also donned a second LBD with a dark flowery detail and matching high heels.
Although Kate and Rooney are close, the New York natives don’t see each other nearly as much as they would like even though they both live in Los Angeles.
‘Even though we live five minutes from each other, we’re never here in L.A. at the same time because we’re both, luckily, working,’ Kate said.
The Transcendence actress will take on the role of Sue Storm, The Invisible Woman, for 20th Century Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four, scheduled for a June 2015 release.
‘The whole thing will be different than anything I’ve ever done,’ she said, adding that she admired director Josh Trank’s last film, Chronicle, which she called an anti-superhero movie.
‘I like things that are…dark and not what you expect. And I think that that’s probably what Fantastic Four will be.’