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I Will Follow You Into the Dark – Premiere

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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.

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Just watch this. And share it with every person you’ve ever met!

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Officially the best trailer ever made. EVER.

I Will Follow You Into the Dark hits US cinemas from October 11th.

To put things into perspective, I would be willing to un-see all of Mischa’s work since The O.C. even for just 10 minutes of this movie. She is that captivating in this role! I did get to see it a few weeks ago, but I’m still obsessing over it. And now I’m gonna start yelling in the hope that even just one person hears me, YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH IT. Especially if you’re lucky enough to have the opportunity of seeing this in a cinema. /end fan rant

Bloody Disgusting: Mischa’s I Will Follow You Into the Dark Interview

Bloody Disgusting caught up with Mischa to chat about her upcoming romantic horror I Will Follow You Into the Dark. Personally, this is my most anticipated Mischa feature. Check out the trailer if you’ve not seen it. Or even if you have seen it. There probably should be a spoiler alert associated with the text since it seems to give away a few details that aren’t prevalent in the trailer.

Mark Edwin Robinson’s I Will Follow You Into the Dark (the film’s sales agent, Epic Pictures, is selling it internationally as Into the Dark) is set to come out later this year. The film stars Mischa Barton (“The OC”, The Sixth Sense) as the troubled Sophia Monet. I recently caught up with Barton at her home to discuss the film, her character and some of the more intense moments to shoot on set.

In the film, “A young woman (Mischa Barton) who is severely depressed after the deaths of both her parents retreats within herself, only to be drawn out of her depression by an unexpected romance with a man named Adam (Ryan Eggold). After Adam mysteriously disappears into the depths of a haunted apartment building, she vows to pursue him, even if it means crossing into the world of the supernatural.” Leah Pipes and Ryan Eggold also star.

The movie deals with a lot of grief and loss. What was it like charting your character’s arc through that?

For me, Sophia is one of these people who is making huge revelations about her life quite quickly and is kind of confused about everything. This whole rejecting God thing is a huge deal for her. A lot of people go through life not questioning things and, when they do, it’s a massive overhaul. That’s where her grief comes from. The crux of the story for me was the love story between her and Ryan [Eggold, who plays Adam in the film]. In order for her to go to the depths of what she goes to, the most important thing is that this love was real and palpable and that the audience wouldn’t question it. And then the other side of it was, “would it be scary enough for me?”

Now that I’ve seen it, the film has turned out more ethereal than I expected. Which I like as well. It is more of an Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind life after death kind of curious side of things as opposed to a straight horror. I think Ryan thought it would err more on the side of just being scary, but it’s not. It’s more about life and love and what’s worth it and what your beliefs are.

As far as her grief, I play grief well. I’ve always played these quite complicated, layered, dark, depressed characters. Sophia isn’t someone with a huge backbone when it comes to things. I mean she is, but she isn’t. She’s strong enough to know what she wants but she’s so uncertain about so many things in her life, but what she’s sure about is Adam.

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First Review – I Will Follow You Into the Dark

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.

 

Giveaway – I Will Follow You Into the Dark

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?

All you have to do is ‘like’ the I Will Follow You Into the Dark page on Facebook. Then e-mail me your name and e-mail address.

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
112 min.

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.

New Movie Rumour: “I Will Follow You Into the Dark”

A French website (click to read the story in French) is reporting that Mischa has been cast as protagonist Sophia in a romantic supernatural thriller called I Will Follow You Into the Dark. The film is reportedly due to begin production on January 7th, 2012 in Los Angeles. It will be directed by Mark Robinson (The Levenger Tapes) who also wrote the screenplay. David C. Robinson (Exorcist: The Beginning, Georgia Rule) will produce with Danny Roth, Christine Holder and Mark Holder.

Here is a synopsis:

Story follows Sophia, who is severely depressed after the deaths of both her parents within six months. Convinced that the Afterlife is mere oblivion, and that this life is meaningless, she retreats within herself, only to be drawn out of her depressive funk by an unexpected romance with a man named Adam. After Adam disappears mysteriously into the depths of a haunted apartment building, Sophia vows to pursue him, even if it means walking over the threshold into the realm of death.

I’m currently unable to find any other source to confirm the validity of this story, so as always, take the news with a grain of salt.