Julia Stiles (‘Silver Linings Playbook,’ ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’), Scott Speedman (‘The Strangers,’ ‘The Vow’) and Stephen Rea (‘V for Vendetta,’ ‘The Crying Game’) have been announced as the leads of the supernatural thriller ‘Out of the Dark.’
With Spanish filmmaker Lluis Quilez directing from a screenplay by Alex & David Pastor and Javier Gullón, the thriller revolves around an American couple, Sarah and Paul Harriman, who move to Colombia with their young daughter, Hannah, to take over the manufacturing business owned by Sarah’s father. The couple soon come to realise that the house they’ve moved into is haunted.
Filming kicks off this week in Bogota, Colombia with Colombia’s Dynamo and Spain’s Apaches Entertainment co-producing. Participant Media’s Jeff Skoll and Jonathan King and Nick Spicer of XYZ Films are serving as executive producers.
Hi guys! It has been a while since I made a decent update here. I’ve added photos of most of the events Julia attended since January as well as some additions to events added earlier. Enjoy!
There’s very little territory that Julia Stiles hasn’t covered. Big screen, small screen, Broadway, Off-Broadway. Shakespeare, dance-offs, action films like the Bourne series, TV dramas like Dexter, and recently the Oscar winner Silver Linings Playbook. And now with Blue, Stiles has taken on a new genre and a new medium, starring as a call girl in the web series produced by the YouTube channel Wigs. New episodes of the show are coming soon. We recently called up Stiles to talk about the world of escorting and a few other things, including trophy wives, aromatherapy, and avoiding the pole.
MARK SVARTZ: So let’s talk about the oldest profession. Farmers must be bummed they never copyrighted that title.
JULIA STILES: I was thinking the same thing. It seems deceptive to call it the oldest profession. It also seems like somewhat of a copout. Calling it the oldest profession makes it okay, because it’s old?
MS: It doesn’t necessarily make it okay, but it does make it seem like it’s vital for society. Though I’m sure it’s tougher to play than, say, a farmer.
JS: I’ve always been a little reluctant to play a call girl. Even though I’m very intrigued and fascinated by that subject matter, maybe I was too shy or scared. But I really love the way director Rodrigo Garcia handled it, showing the girl from all angles so she’s not just defined by this job. Have you ever slept with a prostitute?
So this update is a bit later then expected but I’ve finally added photos of Julia during the Screen Actors Guild Awards from last Sunday. A huge thanks for these wonderful photos goes out to Nicole, DeA and Anne!
Julia looked amazing in an Amen Couture dress, Jerome C. Rousseau shoes, and Le Vian jewels.
Julia is currently attending the Screen Actor Guild Awards. She looks absolutely gorgeous in a gray/greenish dress. I’ve added two photos for now so that you can get an idea of what she’s wearing but be sure to check back tomorrow for more photos!