Hi guys, sorry I’m late! I have added a new event photos of Brit at The Art Of Elysium’s 7th Annual “Pieces Of Heaven” Charity Art Auction on February 26, 2014. She was beautiful! Enjoy =)
I have added a new event photos of Brit at the show of Reed Krakoff during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 on February 12, 2014. She was gorgeous, i love her outfits ! Enjoy =)
Hey guys, the site is finally back ! My name is Prisc. and i’m the new owner. You can already visit the gallery, i already started to catch up few news. Enjoy ;)
On November 05, Brit was in New York for the Museum Of Modern Art 2013 Film Benefit in honour of actress Tilda Swinton, looking lovely as ever. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery, along with a brand new look launched at the main site – what do you think?
Public Appearances > 2013 > Nov 05 | Museum Of Modern Art Film Benefit
Writer/producer/actress: Brit Marling is the kind of triple threat we like. She’s carved out her niche in Hollywood with a DIY attitude. Why wait for someone else to give you opportunities when you can create them yourself? She co-wrote “Sound of My Voice” with indie director Zal Batmanglij and “After Earth” with Mike Cahill, and both landed in the festival circuit in 2011 and instantly launched her career. Offers came pouring in, including working alongside Tom Cruise in the big-budgeted sci-film film, “Oblivion.” It would have been a justifiable role to take; indie actress makes good and takes a paycheck as a reward to keep herself going. Instead, she turned down the role and has only made smart supporting choices in its place, including writing and starring in 2013’s eco-terrorist thriller “The East” with Batmanglij once again. Marling has proven, if you’ve got the ideas and the gumption, you can make your own backdoor into the movie business.
So what’s next? Well, there’s several projects she has brewing, a potential Danny Boyle-related mini-series, Mike Cahill’s next film, “The Keeping Room” with Hailee Steinfeld, a Terrence Malick-produced movie, etc., but she’s also working on her next writing gig. In a recent Esquire piece, the actor/writer revealed she is kicking around a BDSM project (bondage and discipline/sadism and masochism) called, “Boar.” Considering her works so far, we can probably safely assume it’s a world away from the fan-fiction milieu of “Fifty Shades Of Grey.” It evidently hopes to explore ideas “about sex and monogamy through a relationship between a vulnerable man and a dominatrix.” In fact, Marling even provided Esquire an excerpt from the script which you can read below and the scene does discuss the exact aforementioned ideas: secrets, basic human desires and the notions that monogamy and love might be outdated concepts. We’d pay to see this. Would you? The full script excerpt can be read over at Esquire.
Deadline are reporting that Brit Marling has signed up to TV pilot Babylon, which is being directed by Trance and Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle:
Danny Boyle is keeping busy in TV these days. In the U.S., he’s teamed with FX and his Slumdog Millionaire writer and producer Simon Beaufoy and Christian Colson for 10-part WWII miniseries Telemark. Closer to home, he’s readying a pilot for Channel 4‘s straight-to-series police comedy/drama Babylon. BAFTA winners Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong are scripting the pilot which Boyle will direct. Brit Marling (Another Earth, Arbitrage) has now been cast in the lead as Liz Garvey, a new-media savvy American who’s parachuted in to revolutionize the PR department of London’s police force. Described as “razor-sharp and visually audacious,” Babylon takes a wry look at the people and politics in the command rooms and on the frontlines of a modern police force, as it attempts to uphold the peace under constant scrutiny. The pilot shoots this fall for an early 2014 airdate and a further six episodes have been ordered for production in 2014.
The eco-thriller The East, starring Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard, will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on Sept. 17. Speakeasy has an exclusive sneak peek at two deleted scenes featured on the disc.