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While "Sons of Anarchy" may portray a pretty terrible life, littered with death, drugs and mayhem, the show has had one very notable positive impact. As the popularity of the show rises, so does that of riding motorcycles.
For the motorcycle industry, that's a good -- and desperately needed -- thing. According to THR, motorcycle sales in the United States reached 465,783 in 2013, the highest they've been since topping 1 million units sold in 2007. When the economy crashed, so did America's need to buy a new bike.
Now, they're on the rise again and Harley-Davidson is headed toward prominence. "We basically saved Harley," "Sons of Anarchy" star Mark Boone Junior jokes. The company, which provides motorcycles for use on the show, saw their sales jump 6 percent in 2013.
New Law And Order Svu season 15,episode 14 official spoilers,plotline revealed by NBC. Recently,NBC dished out the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Law And Order: Svu" episode 14 of season 15. The episode is entitled, "Wednesday's Child," and it sounds pretty intriguing and dramatic as a young,diabetic boy comes up missing from his bed, and more. In the new,14th episode press release: A missing boy is going to lead to a shocking confession and a race to save his life. Press release number 2: Tom Moore (guest star John Benjamin Hickey) will arrive home from a business trip to find his young son, Nicky (guest star Duncan Nicholson), missing from his bed. With a history of behavioral problems, the cops are going to suspect he wandered off alone, and the search will become more urgent as the diabetic boy’s insulin pump runs out. However, the investigation »
Cult spaghetti western character first seen in 1966 to be revived with original actor after Tarantino's reworking
In the wake of the mainstream success of Quentin Tarantino's western Django Unchained, it has been announced that a new Django film, starring Franco Nero, the Italian actor who originated the role in Sergio Corbucci's 1966 spaghetti western, is to play the gunslinger once again.
Although there have been over 30 films containing the character since 1966, there has only been one "official" sequel, 1987's Django Strikes Again, directed by Corbucci and starring Nero. Now, however,an American company called Point Blank has secured the rights to the character, and is aiming to set up a third Django film, to be called Django Lives.
According to the company's press release, Django Lives is set in 1915, when the older Django has become a "consultant to silent-movie Westerns... After getting entangled with racketeers, Django fights back, and all hell breaks loose. »
- Andrew Pulver
Franco Nero returns to his most famous role in Django Lives, a sequel to the classic spaghetti western that marked Nero's most famous role. And bringing Nero to the screen will be director Joe D'Augustine - part of Tarantino's regular edit team - producer Louis Black - best known as co-founder of SXSW - and Dp Robert Yeoman (Moonrise Kingdom). Also featuring in the cast are Looper's Noah Segan and Sons Of Anarchy's Mark Boone Junior. Read the complete press release below.Point Blank Pictures has secured the sequel rights to Django - the original Spaghetti Western that made Franco Nero an international star. Nero will reprise the role of Django in this new film, Django Lives. The story, from an original screenplay by Eric Zaldivar...
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Point Blank Pictures has scored the rights to "Django Lives," a sequel to the 1966 classic spaghetti western.
Set in 1915, former gunslinger Django is now a film consultant. There he runs afoul of a group of racketeers, forcing him to flee to a town under the thumb of violent radicals.
Joe D'Augustine, who worked as an additional editor on Tarantino's "Kill Bill" films and "Inglourious Basterds," directs from a script by Eric Zaldivar and Mike Malloy. Carolyn Pfeiffer and David Hollander are producing and currently seeking a female lead.
Source: Screen »
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Louis Black will serve as executive producer and the producers are weighing up international co-production and financing opportunities.
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If you're an Italian "Sons of Anarchy" fan, the chance to meet your favorite outlaw bikers has arrived. The very first Reaper Convention is being held in Verona, Italy from April 12-14 and so far four main cast members from the show are scheduled to attend.
Samcro standouts Kim Coates (Tig), Theo Rossi (Juice), Mark Boone Junior (Bobby) and Tommy Flanagan (Chibs) will participate in question and answer sessions, meet with fans and even attend convention happy hours, which seems fitting for the show.
Considering how much fun these guys are together, it's bound to be a pretty good weekend, whether you are a local attendee or traveling from afar. Information about passes to Reaper Convention and more details can be found on its official website. »
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