Brit Marling, creator and star of Netflix's The OA among other works, has written an insightful piece on the "economics of consent."
Big Netflix fans likely know Brit Marling as the lead actress from The OA. But she wasn't just the star — she also created and wrote the mysterious sci-fi show. So when she decided to go public with her story of being brought under false pretenses to the hotel room of Harvey Weinstein, the result was [...]
Yet another woman has come forward with a tale of harassment by now-disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein.
Brit Marling is opening up about her own experience with Harvey Weinstein, in which she was asked to take a shower with him in his hotel room. The actress, who created and starred in the Netflix series The OA, opened up about her 2014 experience with Weinstein in an essay for The Atlantic. “I, too, [...]
In a very thoughtful essay in The Atlantic, actress-writer Brit Marling shared her own encounter with Harvey Weinstein — but that wasn’t necessarily the bulk of the piece. The article titled “Harvey Weinstein and the Economics of Consent”...Show More Summary
In a new article for The Atlantic, Brit Marling talks about her own hotel-room confrontation with Harvey Weinstein, the “economics of consent,” and the sexual politics that startled her when she first arrived in Hollywood. Marling recounts her beginnings as an aspiring investment banker in New York, saying that she ... More »
Naomi Klein, on tour with her new book “No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need,” may have been preaching to the choir at a sold-out event at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre Wednesday night, but that choir felt particularly ready to receive. When curtain time...
The stars of the The OA and Love talk about their early roles on Community and Hollywood’s gender divide. ... More »
On May 11 and 12, Vulture gathered 45 Emmy contenders at Milk Studios in Los Angeles to chat about their award-caliber performances, scripts, series and what has amounted so far to be a supremely game-changing year for television. From Lena Waithe and Adam Scott’s musings on Big Little Lies, to ... More »
Mandy Moore, Olivia Munn and Brit Marling got fashionable for the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards! The ladies stepped out at the annual awards ceremony held at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Monday (June 5) in New York City. Before the event, Olivia took to her Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes photo while getting ready. She event [...]
Before Brit Marling developed The OA for Netflix, she was always a rapturous storyteller. In conversation with E. Alex Jung at Vulture Festival, The OA star and co-creator told the crowd about the power of the first story she ever told.“I was staying at a sleepaway girls camp and the ... More »
The OA‘s Brit Marling, Uzo Aduba and Chelsea Handler all hit the red carpet while attending the Netflix FYSee Kick Off Event at Netflix FYSee Space on Sunday (May 7) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The three ladies were joined by their fellow Netflix actors – Love‘s Gillian Jacobs, Grace & Frankie‘s June Diane Raphael and [...]
The Awful Truth trope as used in popular culture. A truth so awful it must be kept from the players/characters, as it is deemed a serious threat to their …
The Discovery, Charlie McDowell’s Sundance-approved Twilight Zone weepie, fits neatly into a subgenre one might call The Brit Marling Movie. No, it doesn’t actually feature the statuesque star of Another Earth, Sound Of My Voice, and I Origins. Show More Summary
Brit Marling, creator of the Netflix show The OA, discusses imperfection and beauty in the April 2017 issue of Glamour.
Brit Marling takes the cover of Interview magazine’s March 2017 issue. The 34-year-old The OA star was interviewed by Malcolm Gladwell for the mag – here’s what she shared: On developing a thick skin over critique: “I think I do definitely have a toughness. And who knows where this sht comes from? I mean, look, [...]
After watching the wonderful weirdness that is Netflix's The OA, I began to think about the similarities between it and star/creator Brit Marling's feature film, The Sound of My Voice. The two have several motifs in common. However, and more importantly, they both seem to focus on the importance of believing women about their own experiences. Show More Summary
Co-creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij aren’t saying much, but here's what we do know.
Good news, The OA fans – the show will be back. Netflix just picked it up for a second season, according to THR, though it’s unclear for how many episodes and when it will premiere. In case you’re unfamiliar, Brit Marling stars as Prairie Johnson, a blind woman who went missing for seven years and [...]
If you haven't yet watched The OA on Netflix, you've been missing out on one of the most well-crafted, thought-provoking, and delightfully weird sci-fi/supernatural stories ever. Well, now you have a great reason to catch up, because Netflix has announced that the show will be getting a second season with the teaser after the jump.