"House M.D". (2011) Odette as Dr. Jessica Adams Creator: David Shore More: IMDB | Photos
"The Double" (2011) Odette as ???? Director: Michael Brandt More: IMDB | Photos
"Grow Up Already" (2011) Odette as Winnie Director: Richard Keith More: IMDB | Photos
"Breaking In" (2011) Odette as Melanie Garcia Creators: Adam F. Goldberg, Seth Gordon More: IMDB | Photos
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Cloverfield ingénue Odette Yustman returns to the PG-13 horror world with The Unborn, a scary ghost story written and directed by David Goyer. Odette plays Casey, a young woman haunted by the ghost of her twin brother, who died while they were both in the womb. The Unborn has all the right elements for the genre: creepy kids, dogs with upside-down heads, Nazis, and a Jewish exorcism. (Plus, you don’t want to miss Gary Oldman as a rabbi.) Yustman talked to us at the LA press junket for The Unborn about foreign objects in her eye, bugs in her bra, and why her childhood hobby was smashing porcelain dolls with a hammer.
I’m sure this is something you have discussed a million times before, but how did you feel when David Goyer sneaked in the eye speculum scene?
I was about to kill him. I really was. He said, “I have an idea for this scene.” I said, “What do you mean you ‘have an idea’?” He said, “There’s this thing, it’s called a speculum… it kind of goes in your eye, but you numb it, so you don’t really feel it, and you only have to do it once.” I said, “Fine, but if I have to do it, you have to do it.” He said, “Sure, no problem.” So we do it, and it is horrible. They told me, “Don’t blink, don’t blink.” David thought it looked really cool, and wanted all these different angles. We ended up shooting it six times, and David didn’t [wear the speculum] at all. • Continue Reading?
We will always stop to write about Odette Yustman, the beauty from Cloverfield who next stars in The Unborn. Yustman talked to ComingSoon about a new independent project she’s set to star in, “a small, dry-wit, dark comedy about a group of assassins, they’re all based on Tarot card names.” The film is titled Rogue’s Gallery and also stars Adam Scott, Maggie Q, Ving Rhames, Ellen Barkin and comedians Jeffrey Tambor, Zach Galifianakis and Rob Corddry. “It’s funny in that way that it’s kind’ve gory, but hilarious in the way the situations come about because I get to work with great comedic actors,” Yustman explains.
Yustman’s character in the film is named Temperence, “and each of us have different functions and things we have to do,” she explains. “We’re hired by the government, we’re this underground society, and we’re basically sent to kill whoever we have to kill. And one day this new hire comes in and we wind up having to kill each other.” I hate to make the comparison, but it sounds a bit like Wanted, only more comical and with different characters. So why did she take on this role? “I got to do some fight training and some of my own stunts. That was my dream role. I get to kick ass, be funny, kill people with a paper cutter blade.”
In addition to the fact that Yustman is gorgeous, Rogue’s Gallery actually sounds like a very cool film. The script was written by two newcomers, Brian Watanabe and Abe Levy, and it’s being directed by another first-timer, Fouad Mikati. This is one of Darko Entertainment’s upcoming features, although I’m not sure when we’ll see it. I’m guessing it might premiere at a film festival sometime in 2009. I’m also curious whether the comedy and supernatural elements of this mesh well together. Even if they don’t and this turns out bad, we’ll at least have another film with Odette Yustman, which is always a damn good thing.
Former ‘October Road’ star Odette Yustman (‘Cloverfield’) says she had a blast playing an assassin in the upcoming action-comedy flick ‘Rogue’s Gallery.’
The 23-year-old Latina tells ComingSoon.net that the movie, which just wrapped filming, is a ‘dry-wit, dark comedy.’ Yustman, who also stars in the upcoming thriller ‘The Unborn,’ says she had fun doing her own stunts in ‘Rogue’s Gallery.’
‘That was my dream role. I get to kick ass, be funny, kill people with a paper cutter blade,’ she says.
Yes, that’s right, smokin-hot Odette Yustman has VD, sorry guys. But fortunately for you, that magical rendezvous you had with Odette after the Cloverfield premiere is still intact since said VD is contagious yet completely curable, Viral [Video] Disease and not at all Venereal. Yeessh, had you scared there for a moment? Well, anyway, it seems that a video has surfaced via YouTube and appears to be some sort of viral video promotion for Odette’s upcoming starrer The Unborn. Set to hit theaters January 9th, The Unborn features Odette as a presumably normal “only-child” until she begins to see visions of a murderous little boy who is hypothesized to be her twin! Only her twin was never actually born and supposedly died in the womb before returning to haunt Odette and everyone around her. I guess my only question is, if the boy died in the womb, why did he age to about 6-creepy-years-old and then just stop aging? Hmmm…hit the jump to check out the video and check out IWantToBeBorn.com to personalize the video and spread the VD love to your friends…or enemies.
I’ve uploaded old still of Kindergarden Cop & unknown shoot of Odette to the gallery. More updates will be coming up shortly. Thanks to Rocio for the photos! Lots of October Road screen captures to be uploaded soon.