Monday, September 16, 2013

PRESS RELEASE: Rose Byrne returns in Insidious: Chapter 2!

09.16.2013 – For the Australian born actress Rose Byrne her career seems like is having a great 2013 year appearing in four movies and getting herself back in the horror genre in the sequel for Insidious Chapter 2.

Not anyone has the courage to see this film rather get her sweet smiling scenes with Owen Wilson as a Noogler in The Internship.

Byrne has a flexible career starting with a comedy film in Give it a Year as a high flier, then one of the actors in the Australian independent film for The Turning, and an upcoming documentary in The Unity.

She has definite had a busy year and after seeing her flirt around as a Google executive in The Internship she gets back to scream for you in Insidious: Chapter 2 where she reprise the character she played in the original 2011 film.

A rising star who commands the attention of filmgoers with her beauty, talent, versatility and poise, Australian actress Rose Byrne (“X-Men: First Class,” “28 Weeks Later,” “Troy”) reprises her role as Renai, in Sony Pictures Releasing’s horror thriller “Insidious: Chapter 2,” the eagerly anticipated sequel to 2011’s paranormal shocker “Insidious.”

At the start of “Chapter 2,” Byrne’s character is still shaken by the events that transpired in the first film and is spiralling into depression.

“It’s literally a day later and she’s on the verge of a nervous breakdown,” Byrne explains. “She’s thrown into action and, because of the events around her, that takes all her energy—she’s just trying to keep it together.” In the first film, Byrne notes, Renai and husband Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) are united in their fight against the demons that are haunting their family. But that’s not the case in “Insidious: Chapter 2.”

“Josh is the one who is possessed in this film, but in the first few scenes it’s sort of played down,” the actress says. “He’s kind of acting strange and dismissing Renai’s neuroses and her nervous breakdown, and then he slowly starts to unravel during the second half of the film. This time I’m really by myself.”

Byrne says she was initially attracted to the project by the complexity of the story and the characters. “I saw it as a family drama that turns into a thriller and, for me as an actor that is definitely the way you can empathize with the situation and make a reality of it. It’s definitely more sophisticated than just a simple horror film.”

Byrne also knew how skilled director James Wan is at delivering onscreen scares. “The first time I saw `Insidious,’ I was just terrified,” she recalls. “I couldn’t even watch it at night; I had to watch it in the middle of the day, and even though I knew what was going to happen, I was still terrified.”

The first “Insidious” centered on the troubles of the Lamberts, a suburban family who leave their haunted house for a new home, only to learn it’s not their house that is haunted—it’s their eldest son. “Insidious: Chapter 2” rejoins the family as they try to put their recent troubles behind them, but discover that the spirits that have tormented them are far from finished.

Opening across the Philippines on September 18, 2013 “Insidious: Chapter 2” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.

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