Photos of Mischa looking amazing at Cosmopolitan’s Summer Bash at Palihouse in West Hollywood have been added. Pictured with Mischa are Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles and Entertainment Director Dana Stern Schwartz.
Scans of Mischa’s spread from an April 2013 issue of Look magazine in the UK have been added.
Early promotional photos from Mischa’s upcoming horror flick L.A. Slasher have been added. This should be an interesting project to watch develop as it is being referred to as “neon-noir.” Maybe someone who is familiar
with film making jargon could hit up the comments and give us some detail on what that actually means.
Busy day for Mischa in Berlin during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Check out the updated albums below:
Mischa’s spread from an April 2013 issue of Grazia UK have finally been added.
The photos from the spread have also been added to the photoshoots gallery.
Candids of Mischa out and about at The Commons at Calabasas have been added.
Check out Mischa’s stunning beauty editorial from Marie Claire Korea earlier in the year. The ed seems to be promoting rouge holic lipstick from a brand called Hera. Thanks to this Korean blog for the pics.
Release dates are still being finalized with distributors but hopefully some solid news will be out soon. In the meantime, check out the trailer.
Dilip, a rickshaw driver in Bhopal, India, lands himself a job at the Union Carbide plant. It is a chance to prove his worth to his family and pull them out of poverty. The job is tough with long hours; everyone is desperate to hold on to their pay cheque and so Dilip keeps quiet when he notices managers at the plant ignoring safety standards.
Dilip’s long time friend, Motwani, a tabloid journalist knows that Bhopal residents complain of the constant stench in the air and wake up at night choking from the gas. He is on a mission to expose what he believes is a deadly time bomb ticking away in his home town. He feels as if no one will listen but when he meets feisty American journalist, Eva, he sees a ray of hope and persuades her to confront Carbide executive Warren Anderson.
As Eva and Motwani endeavour to delve deeper into Carbide’s activities, Dilip is using every resource necessary to pay and plan for his sister’s wedding. When the wedding night arrives the family are full of joy and celebration as two families
join together as one. But as the music plays an invisible catastrophe is working its way throughout the town and wedding party. One by one the guests start to feel unwell the largest tower at the Carbide plant spews poisonous gas into the night air; one by one they collapse; and one by one they unknowingly become a statistic in the world’s largest chemical disaster to date.
Nearly thirty years later as the plant stands as a ghost-like constant reminder, the water in Bhopal is still contaminated and one person a day dies as a direct result of the tragedy, Eva visits the now retired Anderson. Will he finally bow down and apologise? Or will he continue to deny that Carbide had any part to play…?