Continuing the promotional trail for the October 11th release of I Will Follow You Into the Dark, Mischa stopped by The Better Show to talk about the movie, her love of theater, a possible return to television and her role in Elephant’s Graveyard.
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.
Check out photos of Mischa at the “Masters of Sex” series premiere in New York. Masters of Sex premieres on Showtime on September 29th.
Mischa stopped by SiriusXM Studios to promote the upcoming October 11th release of I Will Follow You Into the Dark. Check out the pics below.
Also added are candids of Mischa leaving the SiiriusXM Studios.
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
Photos of Mischa at the Metropolitan Opera Season Opening Production Of “Eugene Onegin” have been added. Stylist Ani Hovhannisyan posted on Twitter that the dress and jewelry is by Valentina Kova and the shoes by Walter Steiger.
A slightly revised trailer for the upcoming October 11th release of I Will Follow You Into the Dark hit the blogs recently, check it out below.
Everyone just really needs to see this movie. And please do what you can to spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform you can think of.
I Will Follow You Into the Dark on Facebook.
Edit: This movie did not move forward with Mischa or Drake Bell.
Movie crews are shooting in West Michigan this week, as for the next four weeks, filmmakers will be shooting a horror-thriller set in Augusta’s famous Barn Theater.
The film is titled Cawdor, and it’s being directed by Battle Creek native Phil Wurtzel.
He was inspired to write the screenplay while shooting a documentary about the Barn Theater a couple of years ago.
You might recognize some of the leading actors–Cary Elwes, from “The Princess Bride,” Drake Bell, from the TV show “Drake and Josh,” and Mischa Barton from TV’s “The OC.”
But the rest of the cast and crew will be from West Michigan.
The Barn Theater is going to see some more action after the summer season: Sriel Films Production Co. is going to be using the space to shoot an independent film called “Cawdor.”Phil Wurtzel, owner of Battle Creek Rentals, is the writer, director and producer of this tale of psychological terror. He made a documentary about the Barn Theatre a couple of years ago. There will be Barnies working onscreen and on the crew for “Cawdor.”
Wurtzel is joined by Larry Lee of California as producer. The two made another movie in the area called “Chameleon” back in 1998.
Lee said the story takes place in the fictional town of Cawdor, Mich. A disgraced Broadway director has been reduced to directing a summer stock theater for juvenile delinquents. He decides to put on a production of “Macbeth,” also known as the cursed play. Things start to go wrong and a girl called Vivian, the lead character, isn’t sure if there are supernatural things going on or if she is going insane.
“It’s kind of a roundabout homage, not only to Orson Welles, and him doing ‘Macbeth’ as the first Shakespeare ever presented on film, which was a pretty big deal back in the ’40s when he did it,” Lee said. “But this is also an homage to Roman Polanski, and a film he did with Catherine Deneuve back in 1964 called ‘Repulsion.’ And that’s really what we try to do in our films is reference back to the classics …and just try to bring back that style and that sense into the current film market and what’s going on.”
Filming will take place Oct. 13-30. Most of it will be at the Barn, but some scenes will be shot in Battle Creek.
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer