The it-girl Margaret Qualley and the filmmaker Cary Fukunaga have cracked for each other.
Margaret Qualley and Cary Fukunaga would spin the perfect love, it is in any case, what revealed the American magazine US Weekly today. The 22-year-old it-girl would be out with the 39-year-old director, 17-year-old his elder. The two interested parties did not wish to react at the moment.
Margaret Qualley, incidentally daughter of Andie MacDowell, is known for her recurring role in the series The leftovers but also for her appearance in advertising Kenzo World. The Californian has meanwhile been welcome for its completion of the first season of True Detective and the film Beasts of No Nation. He is also busy today with the police series The Alienist which is due out in 2017.
The two lovebirds have respectively been seen in the past to arm actors Nat Wolff ( Dark of Margo ) and Michelle Williams ( Dawson, Shutter Island ) and are increasingly talking about themselves in Hollywood.
In an interview with Vulture in 2011, Cary Fukunaga said she was very romantic and used her artistic skills to seduce girls. A technique that has always worked for the director as he revealed at the time. It is not known if he used this approach to seduce Margaret Qualley, but in any case the connection took place.