According to THR, the folks who represent "Skyfall" Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe are determined not to let her career fall into the rut of so many who came before, those who featured alongside 007, only to be forgotten. But if you're looking for expsoure, we'd second guess casting her in a movie where the likelihood of getting cut and replaced with a shot of an undulating wheat field is very high.
Nonetheless, Marlohe has joined the ever growing, star-studded, sprawling cast of Terrence Malick's still-untitled movie set against the backdrop of the music scene about two intersecting love triangles. But hey, she'll get to rub elbows with some/all/none of the current cast that includes Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Natalie Portman with Benicio Del Toro, Holly Hunter and uh, The Lizardman all dropping by the set as well. But hey, she will get to work with Malick, though these days, that's becoming about as unique as working with Woody Allen.
Production continues and the movie will come out whenever Malick feels like it, sometime in the long distant future.