A couple of candids of Mischa sitting in someone’s car in LA have been uploaded. She’s sporting some pretty cool sunglasses and her hair looks a bit lighter than usual? Thanks to Maz for these!
Candids of Mischa leaving club Bardot from May 30th have been uploaded. Looking especially hot!
Another new promo picture from “The Beautiful Life” has surfaced. This one features just the girls. Big thanks to Maz for the find!
Couple of days ago we featured some photo previews of Mischa’s spread in Glamour Italy. Here now we have full good quality scans of the spread which have replaced the initial files. Once again thanks to Chuckia.
A couple of promotional photos from “The Beautiful Life” have been added as well as a few extra promotional stills from “Homecoming”. I’m surprised there haven’t been any new candids the last few days as the paparazzi always manage to find Mischa when she’s back in the US.
Unfortunately Assassination of a High School President was unable to overcome Yari Film Group’s bankrupty and according to Walmart it will be arriving on DVD June 30th, 2009. Thanks to David for the tip. Details are limited at this stage apart from the fact that the movie will be rated R and released in widescreen.
DATE PUSHED TO OCTOBER 13th, 2009
Director Brett Simon’s feature debut is an intricately crafted high school drama that strays from the typical teenage fare and manages to keep what at first seems like a familiar plot twisting and turning until the very last frame. Combining a keen sense of relief that no one can make you go back to high school with an equally strong desire to return and make all of the cool kids realize that there’s life past graduation, “Assassination Of A High School President” deftly captures a new kind of grown-up teenage angst. Sophomore Bobby Funke, played with witty nuance by Reece Thompson, is a self-described newspaper dork whose social skills are severely lacking in this high school hierarchy, yet he is instantly recognizable as the person with the most promising future in his class. Determined to win a spot in a coveted summer journalism program, he finds himself at the epicenter of a story that threatens the entire social structure of St. Donovan’s High School – everyone from jocks to misfits to Bruce Willis’s campy and over-the-top principal. The rest of the perfectly cast ensemble creates a high school from hell, where anything seems possible, especially since every character appears to be 16 going on 30. Giving any hints about the way this film turns out would only destroy the fun.