Month: September 2017

Good Morning Arizona – Video

Haley Lu promoting Columbus on Good Morning Arizona (september 16, 2017)

In The Bustle Booth With Haley Lu Richardson

When celebrities come into Bustle HQ in New York, whether it’s for a photoshoot, videoshoot, or a Facebook Live, we want to give them the chance to leave their mark. Literally. So we hand them a pen, a piece of paper, a few questions, and ask them to get creative. The rest is up to them. This time, Columbus’ Haley Lu Richardson is leaving her mark in the Bustle Booth.

Haley Lu Richardson is quickly becoming one of the most versatile young actors in Hollywood. In the past year, she’s had supporting roles in two major films, as a teen in love in the critically acclaimed The Edge of Seventeen and as a horrified kidnap victim in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split. It’s a pretty impressive resumé for any actor, let alone one who burst onto the scene just four years ago with a starring role in the Freeform show Ravenswood. Now, Richardson is taking the leap into leading roles with Columbus, a moving drama in theaters now.

In Columbus, Richardson plays Casey, a recent high school graduate stuck in her hometown who is inspired to share her passion for architecture when she meets Jin (John Cho), the son of a famous architecture professor. The film, currently enjoying a limited release, has clearly stuck with the actor. During her Bustle visit, she drew Columbus’ First Christian Church and North Christian Church, both designed by Eliel Saarinen and favorites of Casey. She also still has Columbus, IN, as a weather location in her phone. Aside from her commitment to her work, Richardson revealed her love of John Lennon and more during her stop in the Bustle Booth.

SOURCE BUSTLE.COM

Haley Lu Richardson Joins Oscar Isaac in Nazi Thriller ‘Operation Finale’

Haley Lu Richardson Joins Oscar Isaac in Nazi Thriller ‘Operation Finale’

Chris Weitz is directing the drama, with Ben Kingsley playing Adolf Eichmann.

Haley Lu Richardson, one of the stars of M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, has joined the mission of Operation Finale, MGM’s story of the capture of Nazi Adolf Eichmann.

Oscar Isaac is leading the cast of the thriller, with Ben Kingsley playing Eichmann and Joe Alwyn playing Eichmann’s son.

Chris Weitz is directing the drama, which is said to echo thrillers such as Argo and Munich. Matthew Orton wrote the original screenplay.

Eichmann was considered one of the architects of the Holocaust and oversaw the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Jews. After World War II, he fled to Argentina, where he lived in hiding. Israel’s spy agency, Mossad, eventually discovered Eichmann’s whereabouts, and in a tense operation captured him and smuggled him out of the country.

Richardson will play Sylvia Herman, the sweet-faced girlfriend of Klaus Eichmann (Alwyn) who was fiercely in love and did not want to hear her father’s warning about him and his family. She eventually turns over Klaus and his family to Mossad intelligence.

Lior Raz, Melanie Laurent and Nick Kroll are also on the call sheet.

Production begins Oct. 1 in Argentina.

Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Fred Berger are producing the project along with Isaac and Inspire Entertainment’s Jason Spire.

Richardson, who also appeared in The Edge of Seventeen, can currently be seen in Columbus, the Sundance indie that also stars John Cho and is earning strong reviews. In the can is the period drama The Chaperone, written by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes.

She is repped by Gersh, Arts Entertainment and Coast to Coast Talent Group.

SOURCE THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

Columbus Premiere – Photos

Hi! Last week, Haley Lu attended the premiere of COLUMBUS with her co-star John Cho and director Koganada. I have added 39 pictures from the premiere and the photocall.

City Of Columbus Plays ‘Lead Character’ In New Film

Actors, producers and Gov. Eric Holcomb (R-Ind.) turned out Thursday night for a premiere of the new film “Columbus.”

Columbus is known for its modern architecture, which plays a large role in the new film. In the movie, a Columbus native sparks up a friendship with a visitor and begins sharing parts of her community.

Haley Lu Richardson stars in the movie with John Cho. Richardson says it’s unlike any project she’s worked on.

“I feel like the things I learned in this one were like all creative because it was such a creative, inspiring set to be on and people to work with,” Richardson says.

Erin Hawkins, the Director of Marketing with the Columbus Area Visitor’s Center, says architecture plays a central role in the story.

“It’s not just the backdrop in this film, it’s almost like a third, lead character in the film,” Hawkins says.

The movie premiered at YES Cinema in Columbus, which will continue showings throughout the month. Showings are scheduled in multiple Indiana cities over the next few weeks including in Bloomington, Indianapolis, Nashville, Fort Wayne and Lafayette.

SOURCE INDIANAPUBLICMEDIA

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