Brit Marling Covers AMAZING Magazine | Issue 4

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Brit Marling is taking her rightful place in the director’s chair with new FX series A Murder at the End of the World, which unflinchingly tackles the highly topical issues of artificial intelligence, misogyny and violence against women, in one hot-blooded whodunnit starring Britain’s Emma Corrin.

Brit Marling is flitting effortlessly around the Los Angeles Athletic Club, her ethereal aura glowing in front of photographer Graham Dunn’s lens, as we soak up the early autumn sunshine on the historic venue’s rooftop. Despite her inner light, the actor, writer and director is preparing to immerse us in an altogether darker place, in her new FX series A Murder at the End of the World

Created by 41-year-old Marling and her former Georgetown University classmate Zal Batmanglij, the same duo behind Netflix’s much-loved mystery series The OA, A Murder at the End of the World tells two intertwining stories: the first is of tech billionaire Andy Ronson (Clive Owen), who invites an impressive yet eclectic group of guests to join him and his wife Lee (Marling) at a remote retreat in Iceland, where one of the visitors is quickly killed off. 

The second revolves around Gen Z internet sleuth Darby Hart (Emma Corrin). Darby is present at the luxury retreat and, as we watch her try to uncover what happened to the murder victim, we flash back to her origin tale and a love story that unfolds between her and another amateur sleuth as they try to solve a case. 
“The goal was to write a hot-blooded mystery,” says Marling. “I love mystery as a genre, but they tend to be cold and cerebral. I love solving a good puzzle, but we wanted to make something that was working out your mind and working out your heart, so that by the end of it you're really having all the big feels.”
While the romance brings the heat – those flashback scenes take place in the red landscapes of the American West, versus the freezing tundras of Iceland – the retreat is in many ways the kind of cold, clinical, yet expensive environment you would expect from one of the richest men in tech. It even comes equipped with its own AI assistant, Ray (Edoardo Ballerini), who all the guests are able to utilise.

For Brit's full interview and shoot, order your copy of AMAZING issue 4 now. A Murder at the End of the World streams on hulu in the US, and on Disney+ in the UK.
Brit Marling wears Dior

Photography by Graham Dunn
Fashion by Megan Bowman Gray
Hair by Laini Reeves at A. Spiegelman Management using Burgeon
Makeup by Sarah Uslan at The Visionaries using CHANEL
Nails by Rachel Joseph at Nailing Hollywood using Dazzle Dry
Words by Jennifer Lynn
Editorial Director Charlotte Morton 
Editor in Chief Juliet Herd
Editor Jennifer Lynn
Creative Director Jeffrey Thomson
Art Director Livia Vourlakidou 
Production Jennifer Lynn
Photo Assistant Austin Wilson
Fashion Assistant Dena Mooney
Hair Assistant Agnese Cabala
Special thanks to Los Angeles Athletic Club, GV Public Relations, Narrative PR & Atelier Management 
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