Posted onWritten byJessicaComments Off on Trailer Caps and Stills for The Beauty Inside
As mentioned yesterday, Mary is starring with Topher Grace and Matthew Gray Gubler in a new “social film” called The Beauty Inside. The film, directed by Sundance-winner Drake Doremus (Like Crazy), is based on the story of Alex, a young man who wakes up every day with a different appearance. Intel and Toshiba are having an open casting call for actors and actresses for the film via the film’s Facebook Page. The first episode of the film is scheduled to premiere on Aug. 16 at 3 p.m. PST. The final episode will air on Sept. 20.
Be sure to check out the gallery for all the screencaps from the trailer as well as some production stills.
And if you missed it, check out the trailer below:
An online casting call has gone out via Facebook today, offering anyone from anywhere in the world the chance to co-star alongside actors Topher Grace and Mary Elizabeth Winstead in The Beauty Inside. The film, part of a co-marketing campaign for Toshiba and Intel, marks the second time the two brands and their agency, Pereira & O’Dell, have launched a global social film project–last year, it was the thriller The Inside Experience, directed by D.J. Caruso.
This time around, Drake Doremus, best known for Like Crazy, which won the Grand Jury Prize for Drama at the Sundance Film Festival last year, takes the reins of a romantic comedy that centers on a guy named Alex (Grace) who wakes up every day with a new face and body, complicating his romance with Leah (Winstead). “The story was exciting to me–the idea of waking up in somebody else’s skin every day but being the same person on the inside,” Doremus says. “That was some territory I was interested in exploring.”
The Beauty Inside, which will roll out in installments on Facebook over the course of six weeks beginning on August 16, with the winners of the casting call appearing as Alex as he records his web diary.
Those who try out will be required to record themselves reading an audition script via an app provided on Facebook, and they will be able to ask their Facebook friends to “like” their video, which will increase the likelihood of it being chosen. (That said, Doremus will have the final say over who goes in the film.)