Here is the first trailer for Mischa’s upcoming horror film (and her first 3D venture) titled Apartment 1303 3D. Oddly, Mischa isn’t featured a whole lot in the trailer despite receiving top billing. I don’t know the details of her character but this makes it seem like she’s in more of a supporting role.
On the plus side, the trailer effectively shows off the horror aspects of the film. It features intense scarce tactics unlike some of Mischa’s other works in this genre which have more of a thriller feel. I’m sure the 3D will look very cool on the big screen, *fingers crossed* it makes it to large theatrical distribution.
Trailer courtesy MonteCristo Entertainment.
In some great movie news, Fangoria has announced that Apartment 1303 3D is a go!
MonteCristo Intl. Entertainment has just announced that principal photography has begun on APARTMENT 1303, a supernatural thriller starring Mischa Barton and Rebecca De Mornay.
APARTMENT 1303 is shooting in 3D, and production will start on September 12. The film is a modern ghost story in which a mother and daughter move into a new rental apartment and whose love/hate relationship then turns into a tale of horror.
One of the companies (MonteCristo International) associated with Mischa’s upcoming horror movie Apartment 1303 3D have announced a production start date on their website.
APARTMENT 1303 3D to begin shooting in Montreal in April 2011
The US remake of Kei Oishi’s Japanese horror of the same title. A love/hate relationship between a mother and daughter turns into a tale of horror when she moves out and into her first apartment. Some rentals are too good to be true!
Apartment 1303, the American remake of the Japanese ghost film, is one of the horror flicks making a splash at this year’s American Film Market. Now, a very reliable source is telling us that actors Mischa Barton and Rebecca De Mornay are rumored to have signed on to the film.
Our souce is also telling us that the remake might begin shooting in Detroit early next year.
As we reported yesterday, Apartment 1303 revolves around a rental unit that has the distinction of driving young women to suicide. The director behind the project is Daniel Friedell. And the film is expected to shoot in 3D.
I’m personally happy to hear about this one so hopefully it turns out to be true. Shooting in 3D basically guarantees wide theatrical release which is something Mischa has had a lot of bad luck achieving with the indies she’s filmed.