Finance Minister Steve Mnuchin, Louise Linton, reveals that she is making her directing debut in an indie comedy about a serial killer with her and Ed Westwick – who she also wrote
- Louise Linton, wife of finance minister Steve Mnunchin, makes her directing debut in an independent comedy that she also wrote
- It plays in the role of & # 39; Gossip Girl & # 39; actor Ed Westwick
- Linton said the film is a tribute from the 80s
- She is looking for a film distributor
- Linton rewrites her public image after a series of blunders
Louise Linton, wife of Finance Minister Steve Mnunchin, makes her directing debut in an indie comedy about a thief and a serial killer.
She plays with & # 39; Gossip Girl & # 39; actor Ed Westwick in the film & # 39; Me, You, Madness & # 39;, which she also wrote, about a young thief (played by Westwick) who discovers that he is robbing the Malibu house of a serial killer.
& # 39; Thanks to my assassin crew and cast, the film is every time the playful 80 & # 39; s homage that I dreamed when I wrote it, & # 39; Linton told Deadline.
Louise Linton, wife of finance minister Steve Mnunchin, makes her directing debut in an independent comedy that she also wrote and enters into actor Ed Westwick
The first one from the movie & # 39; Me, You, Madness & # 39;
& # 39; It was a joyful set even under pressure. Ed Westwick is a phenomenal actor, co-worker, friend and creative force who became my co-pilot of many creative aspects of the film. & # 39;
The first still photo from the film shows Westwick and Linton side by side on a sofa – he looks bruised and beaten while being glamorous in a long yellow dress, high heels and full of hair and makeup.
The film is made under her Stormchaser Films company and is sold to distributors.
Linton was spotted at the Sundance film festival in January and wanted to look for things for her new production company.
She recreated herself as a serious actress after a series of blunders undermined her public image with a focus on her acting career rather than her life in Washington D.C.
& # 39; I am a filmmaker, I am not a politician & # 39 ;, she told the Hollywood Reporter in January.
It were some notorious photos of her that resulted in the Marie Antoinette being tagged from the board of Donald Trump.
The first was an August 2017 Instagram post, where she tagged the fashion brands she wore while leaving a government plane with her husband on a trip to discuss tax policy.
Louise Linton rewrites her public image after a series of blunders
She caused outrage with her Instagram photo of August 2017 tagged with expensive designers
She was mocked when she posed with husband Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at the Bureau of Engraving
First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Louise Linton, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence posing at the Mnuchin and Linton wedding on June 24, 2017 at the Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC
Critics grabbed the post, to which she responded: & Have you given more to the economy than me and my husband? … You are no longer in contact. & # 39;
That was followed by a visit to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in November 2017, where Linton, dressed in black and wearing gloves, held up a sheet of freshly printed dollar bills on a photo with Mnuchin.
She participated in profiles in Elle and the Washingtonian, where she apologized, and she relaunched her Instagram feed in 2018 with a focus on charity work.
& # 39; I was so stupid, & # 39; Linton Elle said in an interview in February: & # 39; I wish I could take it back. & # 39;
& # 39; I didn't think about who I am & # 39 ;, she added. & # 39; I didn't think I am this person's wife and therefore I should behave like this person's wife. & # 39;