European actress Marianne Bourg is earning some big laughs in America with appearances in Universal Pictures “Neighbors” and the indie-flick “Helicopter Mom.”
A mix of Luxembourgish and French, Marianne studied at the Luxembourg National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Cours Florent in Paris and then at the University of Cambridge before moving to Los Angeles. She recently debuted on the big screen in “Wizardream,” starring Malcolm McDowell, and also appeared in the Japanese film, “Gun Woman.”
Oh my God....zilla! Caught the grand opening of the film and it was epic! It was dark. It was gritty. It was realistic. The CGI was as real as it could possibly get. The story was really good and it fit the kind of story you would find in any of the old Japanese films. The characters were genre cliche'd (soldier, nurse, monster expert, military general) but that's all part of the magic of reliving your childhood.
Also, the action scenes and monster fights were really well-done. The only flaw I saw in the whole film was some dull acting bits, primarily from the lead.
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This girl is iconic! I think is so beautiful and she sings. She aged quite well as well, but its a shame she died in her 60's. A lot people compare her to Elizabeth Taylor, but I think there is no comparison. To me Audrey is so much prettier! I love how she speaks as well. Such memorable quotes from her.
In the run-up to the September 19th US theatrical release of the latest sci-fi mindbender from acclaimed director Terry Gilliam, new indie film distributor Amplify released an official trailer and posters.