Check out the trailer for Alice’s movie, Some Velvet Morning.
Alice Eve has signed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The British actress portrayed the physicist Carol Marcus in this summer’s Star Trek Into Darkness and is expected to return for the third installment of Paramount’s rebooted franchise.
The year before, she played a younger version of Emma Thompson’s Agent O in Men in Black 3. Her other big-screen credits include her starring role in the 2010 comedy She’s Out of My League.
She will next be seen in the indie thriller Cold Comes the Night, as a struggling motel owner and single mom who is taken hostage by Bryan Cranston’s career criminal.
Eve continues to be repped by the Independent Talent Group in the U.K. and by Untitled Entertainment.
Sales and co-production outfit K5 Intl., which is headed by Oliver Simon and Daniel Baur, has boarded Neil LaBute’s “Dirty Weekend,” starring Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve (“Star Trek Into Darkness”).
The film, which is lensing in New Mexico, follows businessman (Broderick), who finds himself delayed in a city where a year earlier a few too many drinks led to an unexpected encounter, the half-remembered details of which have haunted him since. Accompanied by co-worker (Eve), he sets out to figure out what really happened that night.
Duncan Montgomery (Richard Linklater’s “Bernie”) and Tiller Russell are producing through their company Horsethief Pictures, alongside Joey Stewart.
LaBute, whose credits include ”In the Company of Men” and “Nurse Betty,” penned the screenplay.
“Neil is that rare writer/director with an ability to entertain and amuse while revealing the parts of ourselves we’d prefer to sweep under the rug. There are no quiet lobbies following a LaBute screening,” commented Simon and Baur.
K5′s other titles at the AFM include spoof comedy “Superfast” from the makers of “The Starving Games,” which the company is also selling, along with documentaries “Cutie and the Boxer” and “Dancing in Jaffa.” The company is also selling Andrew Dosunmu’s Sundance hit “Mother of George.”
Check out Alice in Paul McCartney’s music video for Queenie Eye.
Alice Eve will be starring in Chris Evans’ directional debut, 1:30 Train:
In a pre-American Film Market deal, Alice Eve has boarded “1:30 Train,” portraying Chris Evans’ love interest in the romancer.
Sierra/Affinity is handling international sales, which will launch at AFM. Evans will star, produce and direct in his feature directorial debut from a script by Ron Bass and Jen Smolka.
Wonderland Sound and Vision’s McG and Mary Viola will produce with Evans, Karen Baldwin, Howard Baldwin, Mark Kassen and Bill Immerman. Wonderland is fully financing in the company’s first project to go into production since its multi-year funding deal in June, under which it can independently develop, produce and finance its own slate of film, TV and digital projects.
Evans came on board the two months ago.
Eve was most recently seen in “Star Trek: Into Darkness” and “Some Velvet Morning” (pictured above with Stanley Tucci), which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in April.
“I:30 Train” follows two strangers and their serendipitous meeting in Manhattan. Over the course of one night, they form an unlikely bond based on the conflicts in their own lives.
“Captain America” star Evans worked with Wonderland on “A Many Splintered Thing.” He will be seen in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” next year.
James McGough of Latus Advisors, who is also the chief operating officer of Wonderland, structured the financing and production deal.
The Wrap.com first reported Eve’s attachment.
Check out this making of Paul McCartney’s upcomining video, Queenie Eye which Alice is in a long with lots of other celebs:
Tribeca Films has acquired rights to Alice’s latest movie, Some Velvet Morning:
ribeca Film acquired U.S. rights to Neil LaBute’s Some Velvet Morning. Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve star in the relationship drama written and directed by LaBute and produced by Tim Harms, Daryl Freimark, Michael Corrente, Trent Othick, and David Zander. Pic premiered at the Tribeca Fest and Tribeca plans a theatrical and on-demand release platform in December. Pic is about a man who shows up on the doorstep of his mistress after a four year absence. He says he has finally left his wife, but she isn’t interested and he becomes obsessed with her and things get ugly. It’ll come out on multiple platforms December 10 and reach some theaters three days later. Submarine repped the film.
Check out Alice’s interview on Craig Ferguson to promote Star Trek Into Darkness dvd and blu ray release!
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SWPA) has picked up domestic and international media rights to Tze Chun’s Cold Comes the Night. The film, which is currently in postproduction, stars Alice Eve, Bryan Cranston and Logan Marshall-Green.
Directed by Chun and co-written by Chun, Osgood Perkins and Nick Simon, the film follows a struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter (Ursula Parker) who are taken hostage by a career criminal (Cranston). The criminal is trying to get a cash package back from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green).
Chun’s previous film, Children of Invention, premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and went on to win 17 awards at festivals. The indie film, which was Chun’s feature directorial debut, followed a struggling mother and her two children, who were often left alone and invented things to entertain themselves.
Mynette Louie of Syncopated Films and Trevor Sagan of Sasquatch Films produced the project. It was financed by Three Point Capital, Whitewater Films and Cherry Sky Films and executive produced by Scott Halle, Rick Rosenthal, Nick Morton, Jacob Pechenik and Ali Jazayeri. Sony vp of production Lauren Craniotes is overseeing the project for the studio.
UTA Independent Film Group and Andre Des Rochers of Gray Krauss Stratford Des Rochers LLP repped the filmmakers for the deal with SPWA’s executive vp of business affairs, Michael Helfand.
Chun is repped by WME. Eve is represented by Untitled Entertainment, UTA and Independent Talent; Cranston by UTA; and Marshall-Green is represented by 3 Arts and CAA.
Check out Alice’s interview on Conan on Tuesday.