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Welcome to MISCHA(B).COM previously known as MISCHA-B.COM. One of the longest standing fansites for the super eclectic, talented and beautiful Mischa Barton. We opened our doors back in January 2004 and continue to provide current news and photos for Mischa fans the world over. Please note that this website is now paparazzi-free so updates will generally only consist of event appearances and career related topics. Thanks for visiting!
October 17, 2016
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Esquire Network is staying with the car theme, ordering six half-hour episodes of Joyride from the team behind the popular Car Matchmaker franchise. It’s set to premiere November 15 at 10 PM on Esquire.

 

Hosted by rapper T-Pain, professional race car driver Brian Vickers, The OC alumna Mischa Barton and actor Oliver Trevena, each episode will feature the four celebrity auto fanatics as they go on a quest to find the best of new and vintage cars. They will put their passionate opinions and personal driving skills to the test as they take the wheels of four beautiful, unique and aspirational cars, and ultimately choose a winner at the end of each episode.

Car categories will include: Best Classic Truck, Best British Car, Best 80s Car, Best Car for a First Time Driver, Best Muscle Car of the 1960s and Best Midlife Crisis Car.

 

Joyride is produced by Critical Content with Tom Forman, Jon Beyer, Ellen Rakieten and Tony Yates serving as executive producers.

 

Via Deadline

Comment from Esquire available via Entertainment Weekly

September 29, 2016
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If you’re in the LA area, Deserted will be having a theatrical release at the Arena theater from October 7th. Additional locations and a VOD release are forthcoming, so I’ll update as that information comes through.

If you’re in a bit more of a rush to see it, Deserted is also available to rent or buy via FlixFling.

Deserted (NR)
Fri: 10:20 PM
Sat & Sun: 3:30, 9:40
Mon: 9:55 PM
Tue: 8:15 PM
Wed: 5:00 PM
Thurs: 9:50 PM

May 15, 2016
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Check out the very creepy trailer for Mischa’s upcoming horror film The Malevolent.

[Sorry guys, the video has been removed from public access.]

A release date is still pending, but in the meantime, make sure to check out Starcrossed which is available now.

April 21, 2016
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This looks outstanding!

March 19, 2016
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Great promo highlighting Mischa on Dancing with the Stars. Starts Monday on ABC!!!


March 14, 2016
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March 10, 2016
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March 9, 2016
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Really great article via Refinfery29.


From 2003 to 2006, I wanted to be Mischa Barton. I wanted hair that didn’t frizz upon meeting water. I wanted to wear Polo shirts and A-line skirts without looking like a warped pear. I wanted to pull off a small shoulder bag with ease. I wanted her height, her O.C. house, and I wanted Marissa Cooper’s access to name-brand (read: American Eagle) clothing. I wanted to woo the likes of Ben McKenzie and/or Ryan Atwood, and, like Marissa, I wanted a few life montages set to Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah.” (Minus the very last one, duh.)

Which, considering that Mischa Barton is only one year younger than I am, made sense. At the time (between the ages of 18 and 21), it was easy to project my ideas about her character and red carpet persona onto a real, live, human person. So her fall from the A-list seemed like a sad and disappointing surprise, instead of an understandable effect of the unrealistic expectations (see: “Be Marissa!”) we were all throwing at her.

When Marissa Cooper was killed in The O.C.’s season-3 finale, it shook us (me) all to our (my) very cores — especially since what followed for Barton was a very public downward spiral. At the time (and at ages when I don’t think many of us were willing to really understand addiction, mental health, and the effects of growing up in Hollywood), Barton’s name was a constant in tabloids. Perez Hilton cruelly nicknamed her, she was subjected to digs about her fluctuating weight, she made an unfortunate (and bizarre) appearance on a 2010 episode of Fearne Cotton’s series, and eventually revealed in a 2013 interview with People that all of this led to a breakdown.

In short, she turned out to be a human, and not a TV character. Which makes her return to television even more exciting.

Read the rest on the website.

March 9, 2016
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Dancing With the Stars’ ballroom, here Mischa Barton comes.

The former star of The O.C. was officially announced as one of the ABC reality hit’s season 22 cast members on Tuesday, with Artem Chigvintsev as her professional partner. And when E! News’ Erin Lim chatted with the duo after the big cast reveal on Good Morning America, Mischa spilled that she’s actually been asked to do the show before.

“They’ve asked me for many years and it just wasn’t working with my schedule and it just wasn’t the right time,” Mischa said. “I just like staying busy and it’s fun training and why not? It’s a challenge and it’s a nice thing to do for a second and see how you do!”

And now that she’s finally joined the show, the 30-year-old actress, who can be seen on Freeform’s Recovery Road, said she’s most excited about “the costumes and the music.” Oh yeah, and her often-shirtless partner, Artem.

“I’m excited about Artem being my partner,” Mischa told us, before turning to him and asking if he has “a reputation” for not being shy about taking off his shirt on DWTS. His response? “I’m just going to go,” the blushing pro said, before pretending to walk away.

Something Artem isn’t going to walk away from, however, is holding Mischa to her promise that she would eventually show him scenes of her dancing from some of her movies. Mischa, though, is trying to temper his expectations now, saying, “I keep telling him you get, like, four or five takes at least where this is live!”

To hear how rehearsals are going for the pair so far, press play on our interview with Mischa and Artem above.


DWTS premieres Monday, March 21 at 8 p.m. on ABC.

March 9, 2016
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