Principal photography has been completed on Jamie Babbit's new horror-thriller 'Breaking the Girls'. The production from Myriad Pictures and Future Films was penned by Guinevere Turner ('BloodRayne') and Mark Distefano and is being described essentially as a modern-day 'Strangers on a Train' type movie whereby the two leads plan to kill each other's enemies. The sexy duo Madeline Zima ('Heroes') and Agnes Bruckner -below ('Vacancy 2: The First Cut') play the two female leads Alex and Sara respectively. They're joined by the likes of Shawn Ashmore ('Mother's Day'), Kate Levering, Melanie Mayron and John Stockwell. Actress Brit Marling ('Arbitrage') was previously attached to the project to play the role of Sara. Director Babbit previously described the project as "genre-trashy fun; gratuitous girl-on-girl make-out scenes and three-inch heels". So everyone's a winner here.
"When university student Sara (Bruckner) is slandered by a hostile classmate, she is befriended by the manipulative Alex (Zima) who proposes the perfect, untraceable crime - to kill each other's arch enemies. When Alex actually goes through with it, Sara finds herself being framed for murder."
Beautiful Blonde Agnes Bruckner