Rene's new film Nightcrawler, a the thriller that follows the story of freelance cameraman Louis Bloom, played by Gyllenhaal, hits theaters on Halloween.
In the movie she plays an overnight news producer at a local TV station whose desperation for ratings inspires her to purchase Bloom's graphic footage.
Russo appeared as Frigga, the mother of the titular hero in the superhero films Thor (2011) and Thor: The Dark World (2013).Edit Rene Russo was from the middle class family born as Rene Marie Russo in Burbank, California, United States of America to Shirley and Nino Russo. Her childhood days become bad to worse when her father abandoned her family. She has to work while she was in school to support her family financially. She began her modeling career since 1972 and she also modeled for prestigious modeling agencies for about a decade.is an American actress, producer, and former model.She is currently in a long-term relationship with werewolf Mason Greyback, whom she met in the third season.She was born on August 10, 1992 in a taxi cab, #804 in New York City. She is the second child of the three Russo children.With a family tradition in the world tanning dating back to the early years of the last century, for more than 50 years Russo di Casandrino has been producing high quality leathers for the footwear, garments and leather goods industries.Its products are made for the luxury sector and are among the finest in the world.She is the daughter of Jerry and Theresa Russo, and sister to Justin and Max Russo; she is the middle child and only daughter.As of the finale of the season, she is the Family Wizard after winning the Family Wizard Competition.In 2014, Russo co-starred in the crime thriller film Nightcrawler, for which she received critical praise, won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.Russo grew up with her sister, Toni (who would later marry songwriter Bernie Taupin), and attended Burroughs High School (where her classmates included director Ron Howard), dropping out in the tenth grade.