Justine Wachsberger Net Worth

Justine Wachsberger was born on August 19, 2009 in  Los Angeles County, California, United States, is Actress, Producer. Justine was born in Los Angeles and raised in Paris, France. She attended high school in Paris, however she came back to Los Angeles her senior year and attended The Lycee Francais of Los Angeles, where she graduated. Justine went on to further her education, attending the prestigious University of Southern California, earning her Bachelor's Degree in Communications and Theatre.From her youngest age, she felt irresistibly attracted to classical theater. After years spent on stage, she naturally decided to explore the possibilities of cinema. Shortly after, she got cast in several shorts as well as features.She has appeared in blockbusters such as the Twilight Saga: New Moon, Red and Sorority Row. She has also made guest appearances on shows such as The Mentalist and Teen Wolf.In 2013, she shot Seahorses, where she embodied a suicidal girl haunted by her tragic past. She just wrapped a leading role in the independent feature, Guardian Angel. The ensemble cast includes Ray Wise, Bokeem Woodbine, Colin Cunningham and Costas Mandylor. It will be released in November 2013.You can see her in Now You See Me alongside Jesse Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Isla Fisher. Justine will next be seen in the highly anticipated Lionsgate trilogy, Divergent, starring alongside Oscar nominees Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet and directed by Neil BurgerJustine is slated to star in her first comedy, Rich Kids, as well as the psychological thriller, Stray Dogs.Just like Jennifer Jason Leigh and Kathy Bates - who inspired her work from the very beginning- Justine never shies away from transforming to embody a role.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Producer
Birth Day August 19, 2009
Birth Place  Los Angeles County, California, United States
Birth Sign Virgo
Directed by Chris Weitz
Produced by Wyck Godfrey Karen Rosenfelt
Screenplay by Melissa Rosenberg
Based on New Moon by Stephenie Meyer
Starring Kristen Stewart Robert Pattinson Taylor Lautner Ashley Greene Rachelle Lefevre Billy Burke Peter Facinelli Elizabeth Reaser Nikki Reed Kellan Lutz Jackson Rathbone Anna Kendrick Michael Sheen Dakota Fanning
Music by Alexandre Desplat
Cinematography Javier Aguirresarobe
Edited by Peter Lambert
Production company Temple Hill Entertainment Imprint Entertainment Sunswept Entertainment
Distributed by Summit Entertainment
Release date November 16, 2009 (2009-11-16) (Los Angeles premiere) November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) (United States)
Running time 130 minutes 138 minutes (Extended cut)
Country United States
Language English
Budget $50 million
Box office $709.7 million

💰 Net worth: $850,000

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Melissa Rosenberg had been working on adapting the novel prior to Twilight's release and handed in the draft for New Moon during Twilight's opening weekend in November 2008. "I would sit down at ten o'clock in the morning and work on [the script]… until six o'clock in the evening." Rosenberg spent the months of October though June 2008 alternating between writing for the Showtime television series Dexter, and writing New Moon on weekends. She and Meyer kept in touch during this five-month period. One of the key changes the Screenwriter made while adapting the book was the decision to take Edward's voice in Bella's head and make it visual. This change caused the first confrontation between the two main characters, one an "apparition", to be emotional. For the screenplay, the four men who Bella approaches needed to create a significant and dangerous situation, and so Rosenberg gave these men motorcycles. "I added the motorcycles, [mainly] because… they became an important part of [Bella's] relationship with Jacob."


Many theater showings sold out as early as two months prior to New Moon's release date. The film set records for advance ticket sales, causing some theaters to add additional showings. The film is also the biggest advance ticket seller on Fandango, surpassing Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. New Moon accounted for 86 percent of Fandango's online ticket sales the weekend before the film was released, and its total morning ticket sales on November 20, 2009 are estimated to total $13.9 million.


In February 2009, Summit Entertainment scheduled a film adaptation of Eclipse, the third novel in the Twilight series, for release on June 30, 2010. Weitz would not be able to direct the third film of The Twilight Saga as it would be filming while New Moon would be in post-production. David Slade was therefore confirmed as the Director of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on April 22, 2009.