Photos of Mischa at the premiere of ‘I Will Follow You Into the Dark’ in Los Angeles have been added. Mischa was jointed by writer/director Mark Edwin Robinson and co-stars Melinda Cohen and Jaz Martin.
I Will Follow You Into the Dark hits cinemas in the US this Friday – October 11th. The movie will also be made available On Demand on the same day – visit Amazon Instant Video to pre-order.
London-born Barton says she was flummoxed by life in L.A. during the Fox melodrama, and that she prefers
working in indie films and theater
It’s been a long strange trip from “The O.C.” for Mischa Barton.
The classically trained, London-born, New York-raised actress — whose range of credits in theater and indie films barely survived her brush with teen stardom on the hit Fox network melodrama — says she’s much happier to be flying under the radar.
“That was a foreign world to me, and I didn’t particularly enjoy it or feel much at home there,” says Barton, 27, of the show that aired from 2003 to 2007. She now stars in the dark, brooding and cerebral romantic ghost story “I Will Follow You Into the Dark,” opening Friday.
The actress, who got her start in heavy dramas (including the critically lauded “Lawn Dogs,” with Sam Rockwell) and drew critical attention for a scary turn in 1999’s “The Sixth Sense,” was thrown into a reality show-like world as “The O.C.” made her a star. Her character, Marissa Cooper, was a prototype of teen angst in the new millennium.
Here is a teaser trailer for Mischa’s upcoming action/thriller Beyond Justice. The film co-stars Vinnie Jones and Danny Trejo. Trailer via Fire Born Studios.
A young criminal defense attorney struggles with a homicide case that is not as cut and dry as it appears while battling a drinking habit. The story goes beyond the lives of those directly related to the case and shines a much needed spotlight on the horrific world of human trafficking in the United States.
Here is the poster for one of Mischa’s upcoming movies titled Mining for Ruby. The film also stars Billy Zane and Jonathan Bennett with Antoinette Kalaj and Daniel Ponickly.
Visit the film’s official website with links to Twitter and Facebook pages.
Here is video of Mischa chatting to Young Hollywood about fashion and the upcoming October 11th release of I Will Follow You Into the Dark. All the segments for promo of this movie have been really great!
Continuing promotion for the October 11th release of I Will Follow You Into the Dark, Mischa had a great chat with PopSugar. Check it out below:
Sometimes you just gotta love Twitter! A few days ago, along with the help of Mischa fan Xavi, I noticed writer Ben Trebilcook bring up Mischa’s name in conjunction with a new movie project that we hadn’t heard about called Knockout. I thought I’d try my luck and contact Ben, to see if I could get a few details on the project, thinking that I’d either get no reply or just a few words. Amazingly, Ben replied with a vast amount of information regarding the project so here is the Q&A that came about:
Big thanks to writer/producer Ben Trebilcook for being so generous with his time! And if you’d like to stay updated on the project, follow Ben Trebilcook on Twitter.
I recently caught up with writer / producer Ben Trebilcook to discuss his upcoming new movie ‘Knockout’, a quirky martial arts thriller, to be shot in the US early 2014. A few months ago, it was globally reported that Ben was writing ‘Die Hardest’, the sixth and possibly last movie in the ‘Die Hard’ franchise.
Sam: Hi Ben, can you tell us a little about the plot and characters in your movie ‘Knockout’?
Ben Trebilcook: Hi Sam. The film is about a young woman, (Charlie), distraught from witnessing the murder of her parents as a child, develops her own unique martial art by playing video games. It’s because of this she suddenly finds herself embroiled in the world of underground fighting.
The film features a host of great martial arts and fight talent from around the world, including UFC and MMA stars and also the UK’s own Zara Phythian, who plays ‘Charlie’. Charlie lost her parents when she was young and ended up in foster care, shutting the rest of the world out by playing video games, eventually forming her own quirky martial art. When she’s 18, Charlie is living in a dirty, noisy and very dangerous hostel. It gets too much for her and she runs away.
This is when she meets ‘Danielle’, to be played by Mischa Barton.
Sam: How did you get Mischa involved?
Ben Trebilcook: A few years back, I wrote a script for Mischa, which her mother, Nuala and I were going to produce together. It was a big spy film, like a female James Bond. Finance talks fell apart and we all moved on to other projects. There was a lot of interest in ‘Knockout’ and it soon took center stage. The first person I thought to play the other female lead was Mischa, so I got in back touch with her mom and went from there.
Sam: What can you tell us about the character Mischa plays?
Ben Trebilcook: She plays ‘Danielle Kaffee’, a nurse. We first see her in complete distress. A little drunk and being harassed by several guys in a very eerie part of town. She fends off a couple and, well, if you’ve been out late to a bar, are tired, have had a bit to drink, you’re going to be disorientated and certainly won’t be on top-form. Anyway, Zara Phythian’s character, Charlie, appears and helps her out considerably. Mischa’s Danielle, being the caring character she is, offers to clean up this oddball, dirty homeless looking girl and a place to stay, however, Danielle’s boyfriend turns up and, let’s just say he owes a lot of money to a local gangster and sees Charlie’s fighting skills a means to an end.
Sam: So, does Mischa get to fight in the movie?
Ben Trebilcook: There’s definitely some scenes which would require Mischa’s character to protect herself! Danielle isn’t keen on the idea of Charlie being used and doesn’t feel comfortable in the environments she finds herself in. The fights are in unusual places and the fighters are match them.
Sam: Can you tell us anything about the fighters?
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movie. I think they’ve got the wrong girl, because Miesha is so brilliant and looks amazing on film. We’ve got Kyle Kingsbury, another UFC star and I’m on the look out for a massive, Hulk of a brute. Perhaps a bodybuilder. Someone ridiculously huge and scary. I’ve brought in a British guy called Neil Fingleton, who is one of Europe’s tallest men. He’ll fight Zara and Mischa.
Sam: Who have you got playing Mischa Barton’s boyfriend in the movie?
Ben Trebilcook: Actually, that role hasn’t been cast yet. He’ll be in his twenties and called ‘Frank’. It was going to be Sean Brosnan, but he pulled out. I don’t know. I’m sure fans of your website would come up with someone.
Sam: And lastly, on your Twitter, when talking about the movie, you hashtag #PressStartToFight what does this mean?
Ben Trebilcook: Ha, it’s a reference to how Zara’s character, Charlie, views her opponents. When she’s about to fight, she sees it all as a video game and obviously, in games, you sometimes have text on screen saying Press Start To Fight. It’s also a cool line Mischa Barton would say in the script, telling Zara to do just that.
Sam: There’s no confirmed shooting or release date yet for the movie, but we’ll keep you posted on any updates. Ben can be found on www.twitter.com/BenTrebilcook
We have had a slew of production announcements featuring Mischa this week, and today is no different. IMDb has added a new movie to Mischa’s page called “Beyond Justice.” Last week there were some Twitter reports that Mischa was on set filming scenes for a movie also starring Danny Trejo – at the time I assumed these were maybe re-shoots for “L.A. Slasher” which they also both star in. But it now turns out it’s a separate film entirely. There’s not a lot of information on this movie that I can find out there, other than the listed genre which is action/thriller. Hopefully more info surfaces soon.