Marisa Miller Set to Join Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges for 'R.I.P.D.'

August 25, 2011
Source: Heat Vision

RIPD / Marisa Miller

After Rosie Huntington-Whitely looked pretty in Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Brooklyn Decker took on a big role in  Just Go With It, it's time for another Sports Illustrated/Victoria's Secret Model to get into the acting game. Heat Vision has word that Marisa Miller is joining the adaptation of the comic book R.I.P.D. starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds. Director Robert Schwentke (RED) is at the helm of the film which follows a murdered cop (Reynolds) who is recruited to work in the Rest in Peace Department, a police force comprised of ghosts who battle spirits unready to depart this world. More below!

In the film Bridges is playing ghost partner and Miller will apparently be playing his human avatar the form humans see when Bridges' character is in his earthly form. I can't imagine that she'll get that much screen time since much of the fun in this fil will come from Bridges and Reynolds actually interacting, so she'll probably just be a pretty face and the center of a few jokes here and there. Miller joins a cast that also includes Kevin bacon as the villain and Mary Louise-Parker as Proctor, a woman who has been involved with Bridges' character and informs Reynolds' character of his newfound zombie status. Should be a fun flick!

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One of the most gorgeous and talented American models. She's a very good model. Good for her to land such a high profile role. She deserves it. Well, who the hell knows? Perhaps Marisa Miller will shock the world by pulling out her brilliance and skilful acting in this film that none of us know she has.

Ron Draper on Aug 25, 2011


Easily my favorite VS model since Heidi. I especially like her in workout/kickboxing attire...

Anonymous on Aug 25, 2011


This seems like an ample, nicely rounded cast. Theres a chance for the characters to be a lil more developed than in RED. Don't get me wrong it was a fun flick, but theres no rule that says a movie can't be fun and have the audience invested in the character's well being

Richie G on Aug 25, 2011


Wow NICE!...and the article was good too.

Jimmy Love on Aug 26, 2011

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