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categorized as: Gallery Update, Projects posted by February 25, 2017

I have added screen captures from the digital release of A Kind of Murder to the image gallery. Enjoy!

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categorized as: Articles, Projects posted by November 04, 2015

aley Bennett is being eyed for one of the lead roles in DreamWorks’ PTSD drama “Thank You for Your Service,” multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap.

While Bennett hasn’t received an official offer yet, insiders say she’s the top choice to join Miles Teller, who TheWrap first reported would star in the film. The up-and-coming actress clearly has fans at DreamWorks, as she’s also set to star alongside Emily Blunt and Rebecca Ferguson in the studio’s adaptation of “The Girl on the Train.”

“Thank You for Your Service” will mark the directorial debut of Jason Hall, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of “American Sniper.” Hall adapted David Finkel’s nonfiction book about three U.S. soldiers who return from Iraq and struggle to integrate back into their civilian lives with their families since they are still haunted by the horrific memories of war.

“American Sniper” grossed $547 million worldwide and made Hall one of Hollywood’s go-to creatives for military-themed projects. His latest comes with a starry history, as Steven Spielberg once planned to direct Jennifer Lawrence in the film.

Bennett recently wrapped Antoine Fuqua‘s remake of “The Magnificent Seven” with Denzel Washington after working with both of them on “The Equalizer.” She’ll soon be seen in Warren Beatty‘s untitled Howard Hughes movie and Ilya Naishuller’s wild action movie “Hardcore,” which drew raves at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Bennett is represented by CAA.

categorized as: Articles, Projects posted by November 04, 2015

Apologies for the late delay in adding this news!

Haley Bennett has landed the role of Megan in The Girl On The Train, starring alongside Emily Blunt and Rebecca Ferguson in the Tate Taylor-directed adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ runaway bestseller novel for DreamWorks. Bennett is coming off The Equalizer, and she is starring in the currently shooting The Magnificent Seven. She also stars in the upcoming untitled Warren Beatty film.

Blunt plays Rachel, a recent divorcee who narrates the tale and spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day. One morning, she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds, involving the other two women. Ferguson, hot off Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, plays Anna, and Bennett rounds out the trio. Now they’re casting the male roles.

The project has been likened to Gone Girl for its thriller elements and that it is an adaptation of a publishing phenomenon. Erin Cressida Wilson wrote the script and Marc Platt is producing the film, with Jared LeBoff and Celia Costas the exec producers. Bennett is repped by CAA and attorney Dave Feldman.

http://deadline.com/2015/08/haley-bennett-the-girl-on-the-train-the-magnificent-seven-1201505051/

categorized as: Gallery Update, Projects posted by January 06, 2015

I have added captures of Haley from her small role in The Equalizer to the gallery.

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Movies > The Equalizer > HD Captures

categorized as: Gallery Update, Projects posted by January 06, 2015

I have replaced the dvd captures of Kristy with HD ones! Make sure to check them out.

categorized as: Gallery Update, Projects posted by December 29, 2014

I have added captures of Haley from the pilot episode of Outlaw Country to the gallery. This series first aired as a two hour pilot but wasn’t picked up for series unfortunately.

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TV Series > Outlaw Country > Episode Screencaps > Pilot

categorized as: News, Projects posted by November 18, 2014

Haley Bennett has joined Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel in the untitled psychological thriller that adapts the Patricia Highsmith novel The Blunderer.

Sierra Pictures is financing the film along with 120dB Films and Electric Shadow. The movie began production this week with Andy Goddard in the director’s seat. Killer Films’ Christine Vachon and David Hinojosa, along with Ted Hope and Sierra Pictures are producing.

Set in early 1960s New York, the story follows Walter Stackhouse (Wilson), a successful architect married to the beautiful Clara (Biel) who leads a seemingly perfect life. But his fascination with an unsolved murder leads him into a spiral of chaos as he is forced to play cat-and-mouse with a clever killer and an overambitious detective while at the same time lusting after another woman.

Imogen Poots was initially cast as the other woman but the part will now be played by Bennett.

Highsmith is the author behind Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley.

The movie began shooting this week in Cincinnati.

Bennett recently appeared with Denzel Washington in The Equalizer and has several projects in post, among them Warren Beatty’s untitled Howard Hughes picture and Tarrence Malick’s latest drama, whose cast includes Ryan Gosling and Michael Fassbender.

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categorized as: Projects posted by August 14, 2014

Random was renamed to Kristy and the dvd for it was just released! You can purchase it here! I have also added dvd captures from the movie to the gallery.

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Movies > Kristy > DVD Captures

categorized as: Other Projects posted by December 06, 2012
categorized as: Articles, News, Projects posted by December 06, 2012

Following a career boost from Terrence Malick’s taste for unknown female leads, Haley Bennett is moving on to “Kristy,” the psychological thriller from the Weinstein Company.
Oliver Blackburn (“Donkey Punch”) helms, with Anthony Jaswinski penning the script.

Described as a “Rosemary’s Baby” type thriller, the story follows a girl who is alone on campus over the Thanksgiving break when a random encounter with a gang of violent outcasts leads them to target her as their next victim. To survive, she must conquer her deepest fears to outwit them and fight back.

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