In memory of all of those days spent voting to make sure that the boy band of your choice topped the countdown or that Britney managed to be No. 1 for yet another week in a row, let’s take a
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Though there aren’t plans for the group to get back together and make music any time soon, they’re still good friends — reuniting most recently in August for Chasez’s 40th birthday bash.
“The guys spent the entire night together,” a source told People at the time. “They all sat in a group and just reunited, relived and had such a ball.
Britney was cast in “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” alongside future ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake and rival Christina Aguilera. But before that, she was a child champion on “Star Search” (watch video).
She would go on to star in “Crossroads.”
Like Spears, Justin competed on “Star Search” (as Justin Randall) but lost in his first head-to-head. He would become one of many stars to break out from Disney’s reboot of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” (watch video).
He would go on to star in “The Social Network,” “Friends With Benefits,” and “Trolls.”
Aguilera’s powerhouse vocals were evident even when she was a young girl. She starred alongside Spears and Timberlake in the final two seasons of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” (watch video).
She would go on to star in “Burlesque” and “The Voice.”
Gosling sang and danced in choreographed routines and coordinating outfits alongside J.C. Chasez and
“Stage manager, Nick (Topher Grace), has the odds stacked against him backstage on opening night of the new Broadway Musical “One Hit Wonderland”. He must corral the eccentric cast and crew after learning that Chloe (Alona Tal) had a drunken fling with the star, Jc Chasez ( Nsync). From prima donna back-up dancer (Taye Diggs), to a temperamental producer (Rob Riggle), to his leading lady (Anne Heche) suffering one accident after another, Nick makes sure ‘the show must go on’ in this R-rated musical comedy.”
Opening Night is set for release on November 18th.
The film was produced by Dark Factory’s Daniel Posada along with Jason Tamasco, Alex Garcia and Topher Grace, and was directed by Isaac Rentz. It stars Grace, Lauren Lapkus, Alona Tal, Taye Diggs, Anne Heche, J.C. Chasez, Rob Riggle, Paul Scheer, Brian Husky and Lesli Margherita.
“Opening Night” had its world premiere earlier this month at the La film Festival. Grace portrays a failed Broadway star turned stage manager who must wrangle the eccentric cast and crew of a new production, to save the show’s opening night.
The film received third party offers for distribution but, after evaluation, Dark Factory decided to self-distribute through the new Little Luca distribution label.
Slated to release 2 to 3 films a year, Little Luca is positioned to acquire and distribute story-driven projects across all
Laff will open with “Lowriders,” a drama surrounding the re-emergence of SoCal low-rider Latino culture. “Opening Night,” a musical with N’Sync’s J.C. Chasez and Topher Grace, is quintessentially L.A., while documentary “Dying Laughing” features big-time comedians talking about what it’s like to bomb on stage. One senior programmer calls “Heis (Chronicles)” “the French ‘Tiny Furniture,’ ” referring to Lena Dunham’s indie debut.
Fest Goes West
Laff’s move to Culver City brings an added bonus with the historic Culver Hotel steps outside the main venue. Its nightly 4-7 happy hour gets crowded in the Grand Lobby, so arrive early for $9 cocktails, $6 beer/wine and eats under $10. By 8 p.m., live jazz fills the cavernous ceilings.
Grace is starring as said stage manager in addition to producing the indie film, which shoots next month in Mexico City. Chasez will play Grace’s nemesis, the star of the musical play within the movie who sleeps with his ex-girlfriend. Isaac Rentz is directing from a script by Gerry De Leon and Greg Lisi. Daniel Posada and Jason Tamasco are also producing One Shot for Mexico-based Dark Factory Entertainment with Alex Garcia of Ag Studio.
Chasez dabbled in acting with guest starring roles
Guests moved around a garden-like setting that Jeffrey Kurland and event producer Cheryl Cecchetto created to allow a flow of people since the priorities are schmoozing and eating, in that order. Another high priority: listening to the music of John Legend.
The “12 Years a Slave” and Fox Searchlight teams, under co-presidents Stephen Gilula and Nancy Utley, celebrated their big wins with a mixture of joy and relief, with all paying tribute to Steve McQueen. “It’s thrilling to be recognized in such a great year with so many terrific movies,” Gilula told Variety. “It’s great art and great entertainment,
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