I have added more previous pics of Kristen which are all in HQ. I have also added her recent twitpic as well.
01-25-10: Kristen arriving at LAX with Dax Shepard
02-14-10: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2010 – Seen Around Bryant Park – Day 4
02-15-10: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2010 – Seen Around Bryant Park – Day 5
06-11-10: Kristen arriving at LAX
12-13-10: Arrives and leaves Clariges
Kristen will be starring in a new Showtime pilot called House of Lies. They started filming yesterday and will be filming for four days in New York.
OK, 2011 pilot season. You’ve got my attention.
Sources confirm to me exclusively that the supremely talented Kristen Bell is eying a return to the small screen in the buzzy Showtime pilot House of Lies.
The ex-Veronica Mars sleuth joins Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda) and Dawn Olivieri (Heroes) in the dark comedy, which revolves around dueling corporate management consulting firms. Bell will play Jeannie, a razor-sharp Brown grad who reluctantly finds herself attracted to her co-worker Marty (Cheadle).
Matthew Carnahan (Dirt) is spearheading the prospective series, an adaptation of Martin Kihn’s best-selling tell-all tome Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time.
As far as pilot castings go, this one is going to be tough to top.
Also Zachary’s upcoming film, Girl Walks To A Bar, has been added to premiere at SXSW Film Festival. Margin Call will premiere this week in Berlin Festival.
New films starring Rainn Wilson (The Office), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) and Rebecca Hall (The Town) will premiere at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival, which will showcase 130 movies — including 60 world premieres — from March 11-19 in Austin, Tex. The full feature film lineup, announced today, includes the world premieres of the comedies A Bag of Hammers (starring Hall and Jason Ritter) and Girl Walks into a Bar (Quinto and Josh Hartnett), as well as the U.S. premiere of Super, starring Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page. In the Narrative Feature competition, the horror pic 96 Minutes (Brittany Snow) and the drama A Year in Mooring (Josh Lucas and James Cromwell) will face off against six other titles for the festival’s Grand Jury and Audience prizes.
Previously announced films premiering at the festival include Jodie Foster’s dark comedy The Beaver, starring Mel Gibson, and the Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Source Code. Check out the festival’s full lineup at the official SXSW site.