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2 Friday, July 12, 2019 05:25

Why Laura Dern Is the Best Part of ‘Big Little Lies’

If you\u2019ve seen a single episode of Big Little Lies, then you\u2019ve witnessed the perfection that is Laura Dern\u2019s portrayal of Renata Klein. She is loud, obnoxious, and most importantly, loves being rich. Renata is more than confident, and a business executive at that. It\u2019s mesmerizing to watch her freak out and blow things out of proportion.

Renata Klein grows closer to the core friend group Laura Dern attends the season 2 premiere of “Big Little Lies” at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Nicholas Hunt\/WireImage Renata was a supporting character in season one, and is slowly making her way into the core friendship group on the show. Desperate to better her friendship with Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), Celeste (Nicole Kidman), and Jane (Shailene Woodley), it appears they\u2019ve bonded over their mutual lie.

At the end of season one, Renata and the others, along with Bonnie (Zoe Kravitz) become closer after Celeste\u2019s husband, Perry (Alaxander Skarsgard) is pushed down a flight of stairs while abusing Celeste. Bonnie deals the deadly push and is now distraught because of it. Renata has grown closer to her group of friends in turn.

Things change overnight for Renata in \u2018Big Little Lies\u2019 Season 2 Renata dispensing values advice. #bll2 pic.twitter.com\/xMNkFRD7hT— Laura Dern (@LauraDern) July 8, 2019 Renata\u2019s husband is promptly arrested for security fraud and is closing in on bankruptcy. Soon thereafter, her daughter Amabella (Ivy George) is put in the hospital after fainting in a school closet.

You slowly start to see Renata unravel, and it\u2019s pure magic. Slowly we learn more about her back story, in that she grew up poor and vows to never go back to that place again. She will stay rich and that\u2019s just how it\u2019s going to be. It\u2019s her greatest fear, and she will not go back to poverty.

Laura Dern won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for \u2018Big Little Lies\u2019 Season 1 Laura Dern attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Steve Granitz\/WireImage Dern was already doing big things in the first season. She won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for best supporting actress.

Dern finds a way of getting to the heart of Renata, and you feel that in the way she ferociously fights for her daughter, Amabella. Renata is determined to fight for her daughter and make sure she has the very best. Since Amabella spent much of the first season of Big Little Lies being bullied, it\u2019s no wonder her mother is so protective.

Dern told Uproxx that she \u201ccould have no more fun than playing Renata, my god.\u201d Renata Klein is losing it and it\u2019s so entertaining Is Gordon really opening his mouth? #bll2 pic.twitter.com\/ciR6Ran5Xf— Laura Dern (@LauraDern) July 8, 2019 Renata screams at both her daughter\u2019s teacher and principal.

. \u201cYou think because of this whole bankruptcy thing that the school thinks I don\u2019t matter?\u201d she asked. \u201cPlease. I will be rich.....


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