We haven’t reported on Breaking the Girl for a while now, but the film is finished and the troubled waters are now calm. In terms of casting the flick has been a bit of a revolving door. Read on to play catch-up with us!
First Brit Marling dropped out of the project, and according to Myriad Pictures Agnes Bruckner (pictured right; Blood and Chocolate, “24”, The Woods, Vacancy 2) was brought in to co-star alongside Madeline Zima (“Californication”). Zima signed to the project because its initial leads, Amanda Crew and Adrianne Palicki, bowed out. Thankfully the door is closed, and the flick is in the can.
Jamie Babbit directs from a script by Mark Distefano and Guinevere Turner (American Psycho).
Sara is an ambitious, beautiful twenty-year-old working her way through her sophomore year at Browning College. Alex, her gorgeous and privileged classmate, takes Sara under her wing. As the two girls become closer, they become friends with benefits. Alex and Sara commiserate over their respective enemies, and Alex half-jokingly suggests that they should kill off each other’s nemeses. Sara shrugs off the suggestion as a morbid joke…until someone turns up dead.
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