Indie film darling Brit Marling, who wrote and stars in the upcoming low-budget genre films “Another Earth” and “Sound of My Voice”, is already lining up two further projects reports Movieline and Thompson On Hollywood (via The Playlist).
Next month she’ll star in “Arbitrage”, the story of a hedge fund magnate desperate to sell off his trading empire to a major bank before his extensive fraud is revealed. An unexpected accident forces him to turn to a most unlikely corner for help.
Marling will likely takeover the role of an art dealer and mistress to the magnate which was vacated by actress Eva Green due to her “Dark Shadows” commitments. Nicholas Jarecki directs from his own script.
Marling is also attached to “Breaking The Girl”, a “Strangers On A Train”-esque story of two women who joke they should kill each other’s nemeses. Jamie Babbit directs.
Marling has already announced her plans to re-team with “Sound Of My Voice” director Zal Batmanglij for “The East” about a woman who infiltrates a group of anarchists.