Talulah attended Oscar parties with Elon Musk on March 2nd. The two went to Chanel Charles Finch Pre-Oscar Dinner at Madeo Restaurant and then changed wardrobes to attend the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter in West Hollywood.
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It looks like Talulah is now filming a new project, “Submerged”, a thriller coming out in 2014. Talulah plays Jessie, whom I think is the lead. Other stars include Tim Daly, Mario Van Peebles, Willa Ford, Cody Christian, Rosa Salazar, Caleb Hunt, Giles Matthey, Jonathon Bennett, and Denzel Whitaker. It is being directed by Steven C. Miller.
“A young woman and her friends have been targeted by a ring of vengeful kidnappers and must do everything they can to survive after their limo is forced off the road and plunged into a canal.”
Talulah has been posting photos on her twitter.
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The only public appearance during the months we were gone was a wrestling match party that Talulah attended with Elon Musk in Las Vegas on September 15th. I could only find one photo, tagged:
APPEARANCES & EVENTS > 2013 > September 15: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Saul Canelo Alvarez Pre-Fight Party
We are back up after a few months, with an old layout. I let the domain expire because there hadn’t been any news on Talulah…now there is a little more that is starting to pick up again – she is in the new Thor movie! You can now catch us at talulah.famousbydefault.net and the gallery at http://talulah.famousbydefault.net/gallery. We may get another domain, but for now just this. Not everything is showing correctly, but hey, it’s better than nothing!
Talulah attended the Maxim Hot 100 Party 2013 held at Vanguard in L.A. May 15th. She went hand-in-hand (or mouth in mouth, you could say) with Elon.
APPEARANCES & EVENTS > 2013 > May 15: Maxim Hot 100 Party 2013
Actress Talulah Riley shares her obsession with mortality and life with a billionaire
British actress Talulah Riley, 27, starred in St Trinian’s and The Boat That Rocked. Her latest film, The Liability,
is a black comedy set in the world of sex trafficking.
You live in LA. What made you want to star in a low-budget British film shot in Newcastle? The script was unique and there’s a lot of black humour. The first time I spoke to director Craig Viveiros, I told him it was really funny and I was super-excited. There was this pause on the other end of the line and he said: ‘Talulah, it’s about sex trafficking.’
Did you investigate that world at all? Craig took me to to see a really intense play, one of the most incredible pieces of theatre I’ve ever seen. The audience walked around this house and it was very creepy and immersive. Girls were being raped and it felt real. My spirits were dampened and I was just blown away.
What was it like working with co-stars Tim Roth, Peter Mullan and Jack O’Connell? When you’re stuck somewhere freezing cold, it’s nice to be with decent, interesting people. Everyone was a good egg. I see Tim in LA occasionally. He and Jack are such quality, lovely actors. And Peter had me in hysterics. He’d just go off on a stream of consciousness. My daddy’s Scottish, so I have a thing for Scottish men in that respect.
You’ve reconciled with Elon Musk, your PayPal-founding, rocket scientist ex-husband. Would you say you’re a pretty exceptional woman given that you’re with such an exceptional man? Am I going to be with Mr Average? That’s the way I see it!
You retweet The New Scientist, unlike any other actress… Whoever does the tweets for the New Scientist has such a sense of humour. It’s a woman, I think, and she’s hysterical. There’ll be a really dry article with such a funny, snide tweet.
Have you always been interested in science? I’m doing an Open University degree in natural sciences. I was always interested in philosophy and then I had an existential crisis, which I’m still having. I thought that at some point you come to terms with not knowing. Mine has just exacerbated and I feel worse and more confused about my place in the universe.
Why? I have an obsession with mortality. I saw a friend die when I was 18 and I can’t get over it. I know it’s
unhealthy but I don’t know how to rid myself of it. I’m terrified I’m about to die or that all the people I love are about to die, every second of every day.
Does that mean you’re obsessed with kale and yoga like everyone in LA? It’s slightly more metaphysical than that – and kale is disgusting. I really struggle to eat vegetables. That’s the Scot in me. I like the sweet, stodgy, starchy, yummy stuff. Yoga is the one LA thing I actually like. Just a class with some candles and nice music – and of course the sunshine.
What were you like at school? Quite naughty and the class clown. I went to Cheltenham Ladies’ College for a year because I was obsessed with Malory Towers [Enid Blyton’s series of boarding-school books]. I said: ‘I must go to boarding school, parents.’ I went for a year and promptly said: ‘I must come home.’ It was not Malory Towers. There was nothing wrong with it – but where were the midnight feasts?
You’re writing your second novel. What’s it about? It’s chick-lit set in LA, a modern parody of Gone With The Wind, which I love. That’s what I’m attempting, anyway. I like lighter stuff. I’m a hedonist in search of a good time.
So what’s your idea of a good time? Writing. I love it. I’ve written a screenplay too, a romantic comedy set in the illegal world of pearl-fishing in Scotland. I’ll be in it and hopefully we’ll shoot this summer. It’s a little-known fact that the majority of the world’s freshwater pearls come from Scotland. I’m thinking of calling it Pearl Fishing In The Spey.
Writing’s not very hedonistic. Anything else? Camping?
Do you mean ‘glamping’ in a swanky cabin with room service? Ha. There is nothing glamorous about our camping. It’s so fun, though. We build ziplines and fires ineptly.
An inept zipline sounds a bit more dangerous. I may have made that sound better than it is. It’s really a zipline between two tree trunks that’s not very high off the ground.
No chance of dying that way then? No, anything where I can’t imagine the headline, I’m all right with. And it would take me a minute to concoct a zipline tragedy headline. But anything else, seriously, I’m a big fat wuss. I used to ski when I was younger and we take the boys skiing [Musk has five young sons from his previous marriage] but I watch now. I used to ride horses when I was younger. Ponies were my life. I miss being fearless.
The Liability is out today.