Check out the brand new poster for The Girl in the Book. Remember, the film will be opening this Friday, December 11th and will only be in theaters for a week. If you want to see it on the big screen, be sure to go if it’s playing near you. To find out which theaters it will be playing at, click on this post. If it’s not playing near you, don’t worry. The film will be on available on Video on Demand through various platforms and that won’t expire anytime soon.
Also, Emily has been very busy promoting the film. This morning she was on the KTLA Morning News. You can watch the interview below:
Here it is!!!The long-awaited official trailer for The Girl in the Book!
Here is the synopsis of the film for those who don’t know:
Set in the world of NYC publishing, a young book editor is forced to confront a troubling part of her past when a bestselling author re-enters her life. 29-year-old assistant editor and aspiring writer Alice Harvey is funny, smart and emotionally self-destructive. Climbing the ranks at a notable publishing company, she struggles to write her own story, forever stymied by memories of her youthful relationship with her dad’s older best friend, Milan. After 15 years Milan and Alice’s paths cross once again, forcing them to confront events that have long gone unaddressed.
Also we have the list of theaters and cities that will be playing the film starting this Friday, December 11th.
Not near any of these theaters? Don’t worry, the film will be available on video on demand starting December 11th as well on the following platforms
Video on Demand (VOD) Outlets
Blockbuster on Demand
Don’t see Emily? Go back and pause at 1:22 and you will see her standing next to Martin Freeman.
Entertainment Weekly has also posted exclusive stills from the film and one of them features Emily:
We finally have news on when The Girl in the Book will be released and it’s next month! Friday, December 11th, to be exact. It will also be available the same date as video on demand. No news yet on which theaters/cities or platforms will get the film but I will update you guys as soon as I find out!
In other news, the film now has an official Twitter. You can find them at @TGITBFilm. Be sure to give them a follow!
Great news! 10 lucky cities come December will be able to see Emily’s film, The Girl in the Book, in theaters! It’s looking like New York will be one of the cities so I’m excited to finally get the chance to watch it in just a few short months!
Myriad Pictures has acquired the U.S. rights to The Girl in the Book, an indie drama starring Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyqvist (from Sweden’s version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), written and directed by Marya Cohn.
The film, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival this year, stars VanCamp as Alice Harvey, a struggling writer and the daughter of a powerful book agent. Harvey grapples with writer’s block and a difficult junior book editor job. When she’s tasked with handling the re-release of a novel based on her own life, she’s forced to confront her painful past with help from the book’s author, played by Nyqvist.
Director Cohn’s previous work, a short film called Developing with Natalie Portman and Frances Conroy, won grand prizes at the Belgian Festival Mondial du Cinéma du Court Métrage and the St. Petersburg Message to Man Film Festival.
The Girl in the Book will be released by Myriad with Freetsyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media, with a 10-city U.S. theatrical and ultra VOD release in December. The film marks the third joint release between Myriad and Freestyle this year.
Filming started today in Montreal for the French film, “Pays”, from director Chloé Robichaud and Emily is to star in it. This will be her first bilingual movie role. For those of you who don’t know, Emily does speak French. Things worked out between the producing partners for the film since they knew Emily’s agent. Contact was made and the rest, as they say, is history. Emily even looks like who the director had in mind for the film. The team will be in Montreal for a week then move to film in Newfoundland for a month after that. She will play the role of an international mediator.
VanCamp will portray Emily Price, who balances family life and leading crunch negotiations between a Canadian politician (Nathalie Doummar) and the president of a country whose natural resources are being exploited, played by Macha Grenon.
This may be old news to some of you, but if it’s not, then great!
For international fans of Emily, you may be able to see her film, “The Girl in the Book”, sooner than you think!
Kirk D’Amico and his team will introduce international buyers in Toronto to the thriller starring Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyqvist.
The Girl In The Book premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival over the summer and takes place in the cutthroat publishing world where a junior book editor must face personal demons and find the courage to write her own novel.
ICM Partners represents US rights.
Marya Cohn wrote and directed the drama. Varient Pictures produced in association with Busted Buggy Entertainment, with Gina Resnick and Kyle Heller serving as producers. Daniel Cunningham serves as executive producer.
Audrey Delaney, svp of marketing and acquisitions at Santa Monica-based Myriad Pictures, negotiated international sales rights with ICM Partners on behalf of the filmmakers.
Source: Screen Daily
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Also, as of several days ago, principal photography on Captain America: Civil War has completed. The film is slated to release next year on May 6th, 2016. As you Emily fans know, she will be reprising the role of Agent 13, who was first introduced in Captain America: The Winter Soldier back in 2014.