Ben Banks is finally making its way to limited release in the US where it will screen in select cities. Visit the Ben Banks Facebook page for updates. The movie is also currently available on DVD in certain European countries under the title Beauty and the Least.
Well, it’s been quite an adventure, longer than anyone could have anticipated, but we are finally getting a small theatrical release for Ben Banks. It’s all in MEGAPLEX theaters in Utah – we’ll see how it does, but at least the folks in St. George will get to see it in a theater.
After that, we’ll do the whole VOD, iTunes, RedBox etc. thing…
Here is where it will be playing starting DECEMBER 7th, 2012:
ST. GEORGE: WASHINGTON RED CLIFFS
CEDAR CITY: FIDDLER THEATER
SOUTH JORDAN (SLC): THE DISTRICT 20
Check out the cool new poster for the movie.
With the premiere screening of I Will Follow You Into the Dark now over, check out a glowing extract of Mischa’s performance from the first review of the movie.
As Sophia, Mischa Barton is strong, confident and cynical; you gravitate towards and understand Sophia’s emotions, her hesitancy at attachment and then her fervent desire to hold on once she crosses the emotional bridge and allows herself to care, connect and love with Adam. What makes Barton’s performance such a standout, however, is that THANKFULLY, she maintains that fervor and determination once Adam disappears and they head up to the 21st floor. There is never any sign of panic. She remains confident and rational in her resolve. Barton’s performance as a strong woman in a supernatural setting ranks right up there with Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Buffy while her emotional cadence as a woman battling her own heart and mind is exquisite.
Read the full review here.
And ‘like’ the I Will Follow You Into the Dark page on Facebook.
If you’re in the LA area, make sure to grab onto the opportunity of being amongst the first in the world to see Mischa’s romantic thriller I Will Follow You Into the Dark at the ArcLight Cinemas this Saturday night, October 20th at 7pm. Tickets are available for purchase at the ArcLight website.
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Want to be amongst the first in the world to see Mischa’s new romantic thriller I Will Follow You Into the Dark?
Mischa-B.com is giving away a ticket for you and a guest to attend the world premiere screening of the movie at the Arclight Cinemas Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles on Saturday October 20th, 2012 as part of the Hollywood Film Festival. You’ll also be invited to the private after party (for those of you over 21).
A big thank you goes to writer/director Mark Edwin Robinson for allowing us to run this giveaway for Mischa fans.
How do I get the tickets?
If you also ‘share’ the I Will Follow You Into the Dark page on your Facebook wall, this will count as two entries.
The deadline for entries is October 15th, 2012.
About the movie.
I Will Follow You Into the Dark
Sophia is lost and apathetic after the death of her parents until she is awakened by an unexpected romance with Adam. After Adam mysteriously disappears into the depths of a dilapidated high-rise, she vows to pursue him, even if it means walking over the threshold into the realm of death.
Director: Mark Edwin Robinson
Producers: David C. Robinson, Mark Holder, Christine Holder, Danny Roth
Writer: Mark Edwin Robinson
Cast: Mischa Barton, Ryan Eggold, Leah Pipes
Anything else I need to know?
This giveaway is only for the tickets to the event and does not include anything else. It will be your responsibility to arrive and depart the screening in Los Angeles at the appropriate times. This means that residents of Los Angeles should probably be the only people entering – unless you happen to be visiting Hollywood on October 20th, 2012.
Please note that Mischa-B.com’s role in this giveaway is simply to put the winner in contact with the ticket holder. We cannot guarantee any portion of this giveaway.
For more information on the Hollywood Film Festival, visit their website.
What if I want to get my own tickets?
A select number of tickets will be made available for sale to the general public from October 10th, 2012 on the Arclight Cinemas website. As mentioned, the screening of this movie will be part of the Hollywood Film Festival.
Check out this amazing preview/trailer shared by the second unit cinematographer Øystein Essén Lundstrøm of Mischa’s upcoming film Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain. This film also stars Martin Sheen and Kal Penn and is inspired by the devastating Bhopal gas tragedy which is still affecting people to this day.
It’s unfortunately not letting me embed the video, so visit http://vimeo.com/47712527 to view
If you’re in the US, make sure to check out the Lifetime Movie Network premiere of Cyberstalker.
Premieres Friday, September 14 at 8/7c on LMN.
Check out the new title and poster for Mischa’s upcoming film The Sibling aka Resurrection. As we know by now, movies can sometimes go by different titles depending on the territory. It’s currently unclear if this is a general change for the entire release of the movie, or, if the new title is only targeting selected markets. The movie also stars Devon Sawa and Michael Clarke Duncan. The new artwork is via Tombstone Distribution where you can also view the first teaser trailer.
Mischa’s Lifetime movie Cyberstalker (previously called Offline) finally has a screening date set for September 7th, 2012 on Lifetime network. Check out the new poster and trailer below!
Thirteen years ago, Aiden Ashley’s world was torn apart after an online stalker followed her into the real world and broke into the Ashley family home to claim the object of his desire. The resulting night of terror ended with the murders of both Aiden’s mother and father. The stalker escaped the scene without Aiden seeing his face; he is gone without a trace, an unknown man, a murderer now watching Aiden’s every move. To escape this danger Aiden spends the next 13 years offline, in therapy and secluded anonymity. Who should Aiden trust in a web of deception where no one may be who they seem? There is nowhere for Aiden to hide when someone wants to love her to death.