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Stars: Barry Corbin, Brooke Coleman, Kurt Cole, Johnny Walter, Shiree Nelson, Lauren Leal, Edward Hong, Brandon Smith, Alan Pietruszewski, Tracey Birdsall, Damon Pampolina | Written by Kirk Loudon, Kevin B. Coleman | Directed by Kirk Loudon
Five college students travel to a small Texas town to research the Legend of Blood Lake, an obscure folktale forged by events surrounding the massacre of a Comanche village by a company of Texas Rangers in the 1800s. Reports of people having disappeared from the area have mounted over the years, giving rise to incredible tales of evil spirits who protect a sacred cache of gold that lies beneath the surface of the lake. A crusty old bartender cautions the students to mind their own business and go back home, but they are approached by a beautiful young woman who offers to take them to the lake. It’s not long before they begin to realize »
- Richard Axtell
Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato, A Million Colours), and Quinn Shepard (Unaccompanied Minors, Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country for Old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, Accepted) in the cast of Windsor.
Principal photography is scheduled to start late July in Gainesville, Texas and the film tells the story of a teen struggling to hold her family together, who stands up to a corporate giant. Written and directed by Porter Farrell, it will be his writing-directing debut following co-producing The Ladies of the House (2014) and The Bad Guys which is currently in post-production. Produced by Suzanne Weinert and Adam Dietrich, with casting by Gabrielle Evans Fields, Windsor is a Turnpike Pictures and WeatherVane Production.
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- Gary Collinson
In today's Indie Beat, the upcomin film Windsor, set to begin shooting here in Texas later this month, has announced it's primary cast members for the project. Come inside to check out the new actors and a brief synopsis of the film!
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Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato, A Million Colours), and Quinn Shepard (Unaccompanied Minors, Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country For old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, Accepted) in the cast of Windsor. »
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The focused around a teen who is fighting for her small town, struggling to hold her shattered family together, and all along standing up to a corporate giant – She’s got a lot to take on!
Today the cast has been confirmed with Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato), and Quinn Shepard (Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country For Old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager). Principle photography has been confirmed to start late July in Gainesville, Texas.
- Dan Bullock
Principal photography is set to commence in Gainesville, Texas, later this month.
Porter Farrell will direct from his screenplay about a teenager who stands up to a corporate giant as she struggles to hold her family together.
Windsor is a Turnpike Pictures and WeatherVane Production.
A new clip from Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue has surfaced with a special appearance by CHiPs star, Erik Estrada. In the clip we get a 70s TV retro vibe, complete with the original theme song from CHiPs, which includes our all-star helicopters making a run for a burning building to rescue a damsel in distress. Watch the latest Planes: Fire & Rescue clip below!
In Planes: Fire & Rescue, when world-famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting. Dusty joins forces with veteran fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, a bunch of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. Together, the fearless team battles a massive wildfire, and Dusty learns what it takes to become a true hero.
Planes: Fire & Rescue comes to theaters July 18th, »
Disney's latest animated adventure Planes: Fire & Rescue is about what it takes to be a real hero. When a wildfire consumes a picturesque mountainside, Dusty must saddle up with a new team of fire and rescue vehicles to contain the roaring blaze before it destroys everything in its path.
Producer Ferrell Barron and director Roberts Gannaway take viewers on a trip through this colorful concoction of comedy and thrills, introducing Dusty Crophopper's new friends and co-workers in a featurette that also offers up never-before-seen footage. Check it out as Dusty jumps straight into the face of danger, learning to become a better flier along the way.
Planes: Fire & Rescue is a new comedy-adventure about second chances, featuring a dynamic crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfire. When world famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, »
After jumping out of an airplane in the last clip, The Smokejumpers find themselves trapped in the latest scene from Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue. Dynamite (Regina King), Pinecone (Corri English), Avalanche (Bryan Callen), Blackout (Danny Pardo) and Drip (Matt Jones) are forced to pull back when the wind shifts and the fire jumps the line, leading Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook) to swoop in and save the day. Take a look at the heroics for yourself in the latest footage from director Roberts Gannaway's animated sequel, arriving in theaters July 18.
When world-famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting. Dusty joins forces with veteran fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, a bunch of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. Together, the fearless team battles a massive wildfire, »
The Smokejumpers have some parting shots for their cargo plane Cabbie (Dale Dye) in the latest clip from Planes: Fire & Rescue, which takes place not too long after the clip released yesterday. Each member of this Fire & Rescue team has their own specific job, with Dipper (voiced by Julie Bowen) and Windlifter (Wes Studi) dousing the fire with flame-retardant chemicals before a group of vehicles known as The Smokejumpers - Dynamite (Regina King), Pinecone (Corri English), Avalanche (Bryan Callen), Blackout (Danny Pardo) and Drip (Matt Jones) - are deployed to clean up on the ground. Watch as The Smokejumpers respond to Cabbie's query about why they would want to jump out of "a perfectly good airplane."
Planes: Fire & Rescue is a new comedy-adventure about second chances, featuring a dynamic crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfires. When world famous »
With his racing days from Disney's Planes now over, Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) takes on a new line of work in a clip from Planes: Fire & Rescue, following the extended trailer and clip released earlier this week. When a new fire alarm comes in, this crew of rescue vehicles "drop the needle," as AC/DC's hit "Thunderstruck" is played while they gear up to fight the latest wildfire. Much to Dusty's surprise, these fires happen all the time, as explained by Dipper (voiced by Julie Bowen) in this scene from Disney's animated sequel, arriving in theaters July 18.
When world-famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting. Dusty joins forces with veteran fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, a bunch of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. »
Walt Disney Pictures has released an extended trailer and the first clip from their upcoming animated sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue, which follows the adventures of Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) from last year's hit Disney's Planes. When Dusty learns that damage to his engine could mean he may never race again, he joins a spirited team of Fire & Rescue planes and vehicles, including Blade Ranger (voiced by Ed Harris), Dipper (voiced by Julie Bowen), Windlifter (voiced by Wes Studi), Cabbie (voiced by Dale Dye) and a group of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. Take a look at the new trailer, then check out a clip where Dusty, Blade Ranger, Windlifter, and Dipper put out a massive forest fire, set to the new song "All In" by country music superstar Brad Paisley.
In an effort to educate Americans about how to prevent accidental wildfires, Disney is joining the Ad Council, the U.S. Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters (Nasf) to launch a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) featuring scenes and characters from Disneytoon Studios' upcoming animated film Planes: Fire & Rescue. The PSAs are an extension of the Wildfire Prevention PSA campaign, featuring the iconic Smokey Bear, who celebrates his 70th birthday this summer.
According to the U.S. Forest Service, over the past 13 years, an annual average of 6.7 million acres have been burned by wildfire. The most common sources of human-caused wildfires are campfires left unattended, debris burning on windy days, careless discarding of smoking materials and BBQ coals, and operating equipment without spark arrestors. Nine out of ten wildfires nationwide are caused by humans, yet many can be prevented by taking simple steps to properly put out a campfire. »
And we have made it – well, almost – to the climactic gay wedding promised in the first episode of season five, which was itself spawned from the decision to reinstate same-sex marriage in California. The wedding is a tried and true staple of beloved, long-running sitcoms, and splitting the big event into a two-episode finale (the second half will air next Wednesday, May 21) was a smart move.
The two-part finale of Modern Family should give the writers enough time to chart where the characters are at in this pivotal moment, which could be a midpoint of this blossoming series. However, there were probably too many cooks in the kitchen for part one, with episode scribes Abraham Higginbotham, Ben Karlin and Jeffrey Richman carving up the ensemble into six separate groups for 21 minutes, cluttering the very special episode.
The major story this week is between the almost husbands. Cam realizes that his »
- Jordan Adler
"Modern Family" co-creator Christopher Lloyd reveals some of the secrets for this week's big two-part wedding episode. Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) will be wed in a "mishap-laden ceremony" forced to move to various locations many times. The first half hour airs this Wednesday with the fifth season finale next week. Guest stars will include Nathan Lane and Elizabeth Banks, plus Barry Corbin and Celia Weston as Cam's parents. He adds that Mitchell's father (Ed O'Neill) "has some difficulty coming to terms with the wedding ceremony, causing friction with his son." The show has won the Emmy as Best Comedy Series the past four straight years. USA Today. -Break- The new ABC fall lineup will be loaded with Shonda Rhimes programs on Thursdays. Both "Grey's Anatomy' and "Scandal" will be airing back-to-back. Also from the same creator on that night will be the fre..." »
As I noted only a few minutes ago, Tommy Lee Jones' latest directorial effort, The Homesman is considered a strong candidate for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Now EuropaCorp has released a trailer for the film further suggesting we should expect to hear it announced this Thursday. Jones has assembled a massive cast for the film, in which he stars as a claim jumper who, along with a pioneer woman, will escort three insane women from Nebraska to Iowa. Joining Jones are Hilary Swank as the pioneer woman Mary Bee, Grace Gummer, Miranda Otto, David Dencik, John Lithgow, Tim Blake Nelson, James Spader, William Fichtner, Jesse Plemons, Evan Jones, Hailee Steinfeld, Meryl Streep and Barry Corbin. The film doesn't yet have a domestic distributor, but should it end up at Cannes and be well-received it could very well have one soon enough. Check out the trailer below. sb id="913981" height »
- Brad Brevet
Walt Disney Pictures has released a new "Thunder" trailer for Planes: Fire & Rescue, which showcases the team of emergency response vehicles and aircrafts that Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook) joins in this animated sequel to Disney's Planes. In addition, we have a slew of new character posters featuring Dusty, Dipper (voiced by Julie Bowen), Blade Ranger (voiced by Ed Harris), Windlifter (voiced by Wes Studi), Cabbie (voiced by Dale Dye), The Smokejumpers, The Secretary of the Interior (voiced by Fred Willard), Winnie and Harvey (voiced by Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller), Nick "Loop'n" Lopez (voiced by Erik Estrada), Cad Spinner (voiced by John Michael Higgins), Maru (voiced by Curtis Armstrong), Mayday (voiced by Hal Holbrook), Ol' Jammer (voiced by Barry Corbin), Pulsaki (voiced by Patrick Warburton) and Ryker (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson), along with descriptions for each. Check out the latest footage, and soar along with this daring team of professionals. »
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