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Jan 26,2016

2016 Sundance Film Festival

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Brooklyn is currently at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival with the cast of her newest project Lovesong! She attended different events and tonight (January 26th) she was at the premiere for the movie.

  

  

These are Brooklyn’s first events since giving birth to her son last year and she looks absolutely beautiful. We sure did miss her on the red carpet.



Dec 04,2015

New project “Lovesong”

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Brooklyn has a new movie project! It’s called Lovesong and it’s a film directed by So Yong Kim! The movie is about two friends Mindy (Jena Malone) and Sarah (Riley Keough) who take on an unexpected road trip together. Brooklyn plays Lily and she is joined in the cast by Ryan Eggold, Rosanna Arquette and more! The film will be presented at this year’s Sundace Film Festival.

Brooklyn also recently finished shooting the second season of her Netflix hit shot Grace & Frankie.



Jan 28,2015

Magnolia International to release ‘Results’

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Congratulations are in order to Brooklyn and the whole cast and crew from Results! Magnolia International adquires the rights to the movie and it will be released this summer.

Sundance: Magnolia swoops on Results

Magnolia has swooped on world rights to the Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders comedy set to premiere in Park City on January 27. Meanwhile A24 was understood to be in advanced talks for US rights to The End Of The Tour.

Christina Rogers and her team at Magnolia International will commence sales on Results at the EFM in Berlin next month.
Magnolia svp of acquisitions Dori Begley and director of acquisitions John Von Thaden negotiated the worldwide rights deal with ICM Partners.
Results is earmarked for a summer theatrical release in the US and takes place in the world of fitness in Austin, Texas, as a wealthy client disrupts the lives of two personal trainers.
Andrew Bujalski, who scored a critical hit at Sundance 2013 with Computer Chess, directed from his screenplay.
Kevin Corrigan also stars alongside Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker and Constance Zimmer.
Paul Bernon, Sam Slater and Houston King produced and the executive producers are David Bernon, Greg Stewart and Sev Ohanian.
A24 is in advanced talks for US rights to The End Of The Tour, the David Foster Wallace film directed by James Ponsoldt and starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel. Kilburn Media fully financed the drama.
Fortitude International represents non-US rights and closed a major deal with Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions in Berlin 2014 for all English-speaking territories as well as Latin America and select Europen territories.
The film receives its world premiere in the Premieres strand on January 23.
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Jan 21,2015

‘Results’ to premiere at Sundance Film Festival!

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Brooklyn’s upcoming movie Results will premiere this week during Sundance Film Festival! And slowly new information about the movie has started to come out.

Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #20: Andrew Bujalski Learned a New Language to Make the ‘Commercial’ Comedy ‘Results’
By Ana Souza | Indiewire

Andrew Bujalski is no stranger to the Sundance Film Festival, having premiered his fourth feature “Computer Chess” there in 2013, where it nabbed the Alfred Sloan Feature Film Prize. This time, however, Bujalski returns to the Festival with a slew of name actors in his much-anticipated “Results”, which will debut in the Festival’s U.S. Competition section. Featuring the likes of Cobie Smulders, Guy Pearce, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, and Anthony Michael Hall, the film explores the intricate lives of personal trainers and promises a bittersweet look at the culture of self-improvement.

What’s your film about in 140 characters or less?
A couple of good-looking personal trainers are having trouble falling in love. Maybe a depressed pothead can help them?

Now what’s it REALLY about?
Self-improvement (does it exist?). Austin TX. The disaster of falling in love. Dogs, cats. Guitars, drums. “It’s not about the money, brother.” Bulging biceps! Yoga pants. Two road trips, one to New York, one to the Brooklyn-of-the-desert. Loneliness. Habits of single men. A young woman at high speed. Training (for what)? Service providers and their clients. Romantic comedy. Stammering. A red water bottle. Pull ups (a true measure of strength). Divorce. New love. Occasional sex.

Tell us briefly about yourself.
The Boston Globe describes me as “unerringly polite and somewhat disheveled.”

What was the biggest challenge in completing this film?
I know the movie is plenty idiosyncratic and personal…but it was also intended to be at least kinda sorta semi- quasi-…”commercial”…& that for me felt like learning a new language.

What do you want Sundance audiences to take away from your film?
I hope people have fun with it, and if they’re fans of these actors (Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker, Constance Zimmer, & many more!) I hope these performances pack some surprises for them.

Are there any films that inspired you?
Too many to name. But if you’re asking if my movie is intended specifically as homage to Rocky II, yes, sure, I guess it is.

What’s next?
Hoping to shoot another movie this year. Long term, hoping someday to take a warm bath / long nap.

What cameras did you shoot on?
Arri Alexa, in part thanks to an excellent grant from Film Independent!

Did you crowdfund? If so, via what platform? If not, why?
It’s inspiring & humbling when crowdfunding works, but not doing it–if you have financiers crazy enough to just write the checks themselves–is lovely.

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Sep 19,2014

‘Stretch’ gets a release date!

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Mark your calendars everyone! We are thrilled to finally know the release of one of Brooklyn’s upcoming movies! The movie Stretch directed by Joe Carnahan will be released on iTunes and Amazon October 7th and will be available on VOD one week later on October 14th! We will of course, be posting more updates from the movie as well as links to buy the movie when they are available.

P.S: Make sure to follow @stretchthemovie on twitter for some great contest and more updates!



Sep 11,2014

First look: Stretch

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First Look at Chris Pine, Patrick Wilson, and Brooklyn Decker in ‘Stretch’ From Joe Carnahan
Posted on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 by Russ Fischer

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Joe Carnahan shot a film called Stretch last year, with Chris Pine, Jessica Alba, Patrick Wilson, and Brooklyn Decker in the cast. Originally set to be released by Universal, it’s not your average studio movie — for instance, that’s Chris Pine in the film, above. Pine’s character is a billionaire who has a shady deal in mind, and recruits the main character of the movie, a chauffeur played by Patrick Wilson, to drive him around as he gets things in motion.

Carnahan himself has said it’s a weird movie, and it has gone through a bit of a weird phase. Originally set for release this past March, the Jason Blum-produced Stretch has been in a sort of limbo as it finds a new release plan. Now Carnahan is releasing the first pictures (and a very small bit of video) from the film, and you can see just how wild it might be.

Here’s what Angie wrote summarizing the plot:

The under-$5 million pic follows a chauffeur who’s deep in debt to a bookie. In the hope of scoring a big tip, he picks up a risky job ferrying around a mysterious billionaire (Pine) who wants to sell his book of criminal contacts. The driver tries his best to fulfill all of his client’s requests, but the night takes ever stranger turns, he starts to wonder if his life is in danger. Helms plays a fellow chauffeur who serves as his conscience. Brooklyn Decker [plays] Wilson’s wild and materialistic ex, who’s now engaged to another man.

The images all come from the Stretch twitter account.
Germain talked to Carnahan a few months ago, and the director was brutally honest about his love for the film, and about some of the difficulties it faces.

[Stretch] was a five million dollar film. It was 23 days. I love Patrick Wilson. I love Chris Pine. And we made what I consider, and I’m telling you, dude, wait till you see this film. It’s fucking great. The problem right now is it’s like a kid that’s wandering around the house. He’s dirty, he needs a haircut, he needs a new set of clothes. If you just put that on him, scrub him up and you send him out in the world, he can make a living. It’s like I just need to finish this properly. And because of this Blumhouse model, it’s like ‘Well there’s X amount of dollars.’ And, you know, the songs I want, which are so huge and such a part of the film, exceed the bandwidth if the budgetary thing. So there’s that. There’s a lot of things.

But I guess the most disappointing part of that whole thing is that the movie’s so good, and I have final cut, and I guess I was also kind of resistant to whatever notes I was hearing, which didn’t really jibe with what we had in mind. The movie I ultimately wanted to make. Now, in doing so and looking at what you’re marketing, it’s something that’s quirky.

We really want to see Stretch, especially after catching a look at some of these images. Here’s hoping that Carnahan’s film gets in front of an audience, and that it stays weird.

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Make sure you follow the movie’s Official twitter account @stretchthemovie for more goodies as they keep getting released. We hope we get to see more from this soon!