Teresa Giudice and Danielle Staub were actually in town in LA together recently for Andy Cohen’s baby shower. It seemed to the press that Danielle just tagged along hoping to crash the party; however, the pair was actually in town together to film another project. (In cast you missed it, Andy’s surrogate had the baby yesterday.)
The pair of Felons By Bravo have been hinting that they were working on something with Chloë Grace Moretz. They seemed to be pretending that they were going to be in the movie. Tamara Tattles Sources say that it is simply one of those housewives advertisements for movies that we have seen in the past. Hollywood has been targeting Real Housewives viewers for quite a while now with specific ads that run on Bravo and other cable channels with large female followings when the cast is predominately female.
The newest psychological thriller, Greta, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, and Isabelle Huppert was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival last year.
Here is a except of the review from the TIFF website where you can see further information and the full review.:
A sweet, naïve young woman making a go of it in the Big Apple, Frances (Chloë Grace Moretz) doesn’t think twice about returning the handbag she finds on the subway to its rightful owner. That owner is Greta (Huppert), a peculiar pianist with a predilection for Romantic music and a desperate need for company. Frances recently lost her mother and feels alienated by her father; Greta has lost her husband, and her daughter lives far away. The two become fast friends — but that friendship rapidly assumes ever more sinister hues as Greta’s attentions escalate.
Written by Jordan and Ray Wright, Greta wastes little time before plunging us into a vortex of obsession and manipulation, revealing its characters true nature little by little thanks to Jordan’s exquisite handling of suspense. The film’s psychological acuity and gradations of peril are greatly aided by its performances, not only those of Huppert and Moretz, but also Colm Feore, Jordan regular Stephen Rea, and Maika Monroe as Frances’ more practical and resourceful roommate.
It sounds great to me. But why on earth would they pick Teresa and Danielle of all people for this advertisement? Well, the words malice, sinister, and obsession pepper all of the reviews. And then, there is this scene that will be recreated in the advertisement. Danielle will be playing Chloe’s role and Teresa will take on Isabelle Huppert’s table flip.
Crime pays, y’all. And it pays well. That said, the movie looks FANTASTIC! And I am talking about it. So it was money well spent by production. And now you know what the Felons by Bravo have been up to in Hollyweird.