Thursday, January 25, 2007

Indie Watch: Kerry Washington breathes life into a Dead Girl

From The Cocoa Lounge

Kerry Washington in "The Dead Girl"
Kerry Washington in "The Dead Girl."

Continuing to avoid type-casting, Kerry Washington takes a trip to the dark side as "Rosetta," a lady of the night, in the independent thriller, The Dead Girl. The film, directed by Karen Moncrieff, weaves together the stories of strangers affected by the murder of a young woman. Many "D" words have been used to describe the this moody piece: dark, disturbing, depressing, deep. But the one that is most important as it pertains to Kerry Washington's performance: Dramatic.

For those looking to see a lighter side of Washington, you won't have to wait long. Later this year, she'll play temptress "Nikki" in Chris Rock's I Think I Love My Wife, and join the sequel of Fantastic Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer as blind sculptress, Alicia Masters.


Anonymous said...

Such a talented, deserving actress. One-of-a-kind. The acting biz can always use a 'Kerry' in the mix.

Anonymous said...

Kerry Washington is breathtaking. Love her.

Anonymous said...

That's what I'm talking about. My girl is not trying to get typecast. People are always talking about Gabrielle Union and Meagan Good but Kerry Washington is always mixing it up. She should get more props than she does.

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