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Brit Marling's First Movie She Remembers Seeing is 'Princess Bride'

Brit Marling's First Movie She Remembers Seeing is 'Princess Bride'

Brit Marling digs through her purse while heading into LAX Airport to catch a flight out of town on Wednesday (July 23) in Los Angeles.

The 30-year-old I Origins actress recently chatted with Yahoo about the first movie she can remember watching as a child: The Princess Bride!

“I was so young, I don’t even remember [how old],” Brit said. “But my sister and I had matching posters above our beds. Like, we couldn’t just have one, we each had to have one. This was when we were really little, still sharing a room because we were both afraid of the dark at night, and we had twin beds next to each other with matching Princess Bride posters over the bed.”

“Still, if you watch that movie now, you’re, like, ‘This is a damn masterpiece’… And she, of all the princess characters I’ve ever seen, is the most strong-willed and self-possessed,” Brit added. “I mean, mostly because of Robin Wright, who’s a fantastic actress, really moving.”

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4 Responses to “Brit Marling's First Movie She Remembers Seeing is 'Princess Bride'”

  1. 1
    fifi Says:

    people in the industry have this woman held in high regard somehow and yet she has done nothing original or in fact she has gone as far as to blatantly lie about the circumstances that goes into writing her script’s .

  2. 2
    lykeyou Says:

    …and her whole ‘oh me and zal wrote ‘the East’ after spending time with Eco warriors” crap really is well…crap…they made it all up after reading that elle magazine interview with a woman hired by the government to infiltrate the ELF ,
    only the real spy didn’t have any ‘relations’ with member’s of the ELF that was just Brits little Askarsgard fantasy …
    .
    watch “if a Tree falls” you will understand what i mean .
    or read this:

    http://www.indybay.org/uploads/2008/05/22/2008-april-elle-investigation-the-believers-by-andrea-todd-the-story-of-fbi-informant-anna.pdf

  3. 3
    go go Says:

    Who??

  4. 4
    Reafer Says:

    @lykeyou: wait what? How is the article proof of lying?

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