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Original 'Blair Witch' star Joshua Leonard: People still tell me they want their money back

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Original 'Blair Witch' star Joshua Leonard: People still tell me they want their money back
17 years ago, The Blair Witch Project burst into theaters on a massive wave of hype and made instant stars out of its directors, Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, and its trio of lead actors: Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams, who made the cover of Newsweek magazine that same August. It was an unprecedented success that paved the way for the "found footage" genre that would explode over the subsequent decade, with films like Paranormal Activity and Cloverfield successfully exploiting the format's potential. None of these, though, would haunt viewers in quite the same way as Blair Witch, whose grainy, pre-smartphone aesthetic and terrifying denouement would stick with us long after the film's pop-cultural moment had passed. Of the film's three lead actors, Leonard has undoubtedly enjoyed the greatest run of Hollywood success post-Blair Witch, though it's worth noting that his career didn't really begin to heat
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History Developing ‘50 States’ Documentary Series With Asylum Entertainment (Exclusive)

History is developing a documentary series from Asylum Entertainment that will tell the unique stories of the 50 U.S. states. Under the working title “50 States,” the series will ask directors to explore the history of their home states, with a different director focusing on a different state in each episode.

The directors will each employ his or her own unique filmmaking style to tell the stories that will make up the series. The directors will be announced at a later date.

Asylum Entertainment will produce for History. Steve Michaels and Jonathan Koch will executive produce for Asylum. Sean Boyle will executive produce for History.

Asylum Entertainment is the producer of several documentaries in Espn’s “30 for 30” series, including “Trojan War” by director Aaron Rahsaan Thomas, which explores head football coach Pete Carroll’s nine seasons at the University of Southern California, and “Tonya and Nancy: The Price of Gold,” by director Nanette Burstein, about
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Amber Heard: "One More Time"

Sneak Peek footage from writer, director Robert Edwards' father/daughter comedic drama "One More Time" starring Christopher Walken, Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Ann Magnuson and Oliver Platt, available now on DVD in Canada, from Anchor Bay Entertainment:

"...aspiring female rock star 'Jude' (Heard) is stuck in a rut - relegated to recording commercial jingles and lost in a series of one night stands.

"When she is evicted from her Brooklyn apartment, she is forced to move into the Hamptons home of her wealthy - and selfish - father 'Paul Lombard' (Walken), an over-the-hill, 'Sinatra'-esque crooner angling for a musical comeback.

"As the two reunite, Jude is forced to confront her problems, including troubled relationships with her father...

"...and overachieving sister (Garner), as well as her wobbly career and faltering love life.

"As Jude and Paul butt heads, they unexpectedly find themselves on a journey that may redefine their lives..."

"One More Time" was previously released theatrically and on Digital HD from Starz Digital April 2016.

Anchor Bay Entertainment is a leading independent home entertainment company that acquires and releases a wide array of filmed entertainment in the theatrical and home entertainment markets, including Starz Original series, children's entertainment, fitness ("Anchor Bay Fitness") sports and specialty films on Blu-Ray and DVD formats. The company also has long-term distribution agreements in place for select programming with The Weinstein Company, AMC Networks and RADiUS, among others.

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[Review] One More Time

There’s a bothersome element to films about fictional musicians: the quality of the original songs, and the suspension of disbelief required – scratch that, demanded – to buy them as listenable. In the 2010 comedy Get Him to the Greek, it’s impossible to believe that Jonah Hill’s record company rep, a guy whose tastes run from iconic punk to Mars Volta, would ever jam to the hokey, generic drivel produced by Russell Brand’s fading rocker. Then there’s the notorious “Sugar High” finale in Empire Records, the Led Zeppelin knock-offs by the Almost Famous band Stillwater, and Ethan Hawke’s awful grunge snarling in Reality Bites. (Is it me, or was this sin disproportionately committed in the 1990s?)

Added to the roster is One More Time, a dramedy about a struggling New York singer/songwriter, Jude (née Starshadow) Lipman (Amber Heard), who decides to freeload at the estate of
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One More Time Movie Review 2

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One More Time Movie Review 2
Title: One More Time Director: Robert Edwards Starring: Christopher Walken, Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Oliver Platt, Ann Magnuson. ‘One More Time’ gathers a terrific cast to stage the story of a musician’s incongruence betwixt his romantic repertoire and his tumultuous private affairs. A rather familiar tune that does not surprise or entertain. Jude (Amber Heard) is an aspiring rock star who is at crossroads in her life, with no clear path to take. She is relegated to recording commercial jingles and distracts herself with one night stands. When she is evicted from her Brooklyn apartment, she is forced to move into the Hamptons home of her wealthy and [ Read More ]

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One More Time Movie Review

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One More Time Movie Review
Title: One More Time Director: Robert Edwards Starring: Christopher Walken, Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Ann Magnuson and Oliver Platt People who lead the most seemingly charmed and privileged lives, and have the potential to easily thrive on the endless opportunities that are conveniently presented to them, can often times lead the most troubling and unfulfilled lives. They can squander even the most appealing and favorable chance because they feel undeserving of love and success, after not receiving much emotional encouragement throughout their lives. That’s certainly the case with the professedly privileged young protagonist and her once successful father, who are both so eager to make their mark on [ Read More ]

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Gasparilla International Film Festival Unveils 10th Year Anniversary Lineup

Suncoast Credit Union Gasparilla International Film Festival (Giff) has announced the official program for its 10th year anniversary in Tampa, Florida. The 10th annual festival will be held March 30-April 3 at the Tampa Theater and Ybor City’s Carmike Cinemas. With 115 films, the festival will host international and regional premieres of narrative features, documentaries and short films around the world, special tributes, master classes, panel discussions and much more.

This year’s special tribute will celebrate the many accomplishments of Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony winner Rita Moreno. Giff will honor Moreno with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Also, her film, "Remember Me" will screen at the festival.

A jury of industry professionals and acclaimed filmmakers will be presenting awards to competition films in the following categories: Narrative Feature, Documentary, Spotlight and Shorts.

Highlights include:

Opening Night Film (Narrative)

"Eye in the Sky" (UK): Academy Award winner Helen Mirren stars alongside Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman and Iain Glen in this timely thriller about a terrorist-targeting drone mission that becomes a flashpoint when a civilian girl enters the kill zone. Directed by Gavin Hood.

Closing Night Film (Narrative)

"Everybody Wants Some" (USA): A group of college baseball players navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Starring Zoey Deutch, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman, Blake Jenner. Directed by Richard Linklater

Narrative Features:

"Precious Cargo" (World Premiere) : After a botched heist, Eddie, a murderous crime boss, hunts down the seductive thief Karen who failed him. In order to win back Eddie’s trust, Karen recruits her ex-lover and premier thief Jack. Starring Bruce Willis, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Claire Forlani. Directed by Max Adams. "Embrace Of The Serpent" (Colombia. Florida Premiere): Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. The story of the relationship between Karamakate, an Amazonian shaman and last survivor of his people, and two scientists who work together over the course of 40 years to search the Amazon for a sacred healing plant. Starring: Jan Bijvoet, Antonio Bolivar. Directed by Ciro Guerra "Ma Ma" (Spain. Florida Premiere): A woman recently diagnosed with cancer forms an unexpected bond with a soccer scout (Luis Tosar) whose wife has been gravely injured in a car accident. Starring: Academy Award winner Penélope Cruz. Directed by Julio Medem "Love and Friendship" (France/Netherlands. Florida Premiere): In the 18th century, the seductive and manipulative Lady Susan uses devious tactics to win the heart of the eligible Reginald De Courcy. Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny. Directed by Whit Stillman. "The Daughter" (Australia. Florida Premiere): A young man returns to his dying hometown and discovers a dark family secret that could tear apart the lives of those he left behind, in this contemporary adaptation of Ibsen’s The Wild Duck. Starring: Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush, Ewen Leslie, Paul Schneider, Miranda Otto, Anna Torv, with Odessa Young and Sam Neill. Directed by Simon Stone. "The Debt" (USA. Florida Premiere): A hedge-fund honcho puts through the deal of a lifetime: the redemption of a billion-dollar debt owed by the Peruvian government to its citizens. The quick buck soon turns into a nightmare. Starring: Stephen Dorff, Alberto Ammann, Carlos Bardem, and David Strathairn. Directed by Barney Elliott"The Adderall Diaries" (USA. Florida Premiere): Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the story of an author paralyzed by writer's block and an escalating drug dependency who is sucked down the rabbit hole of a high-profile murder case. Starring:James Franco, Ed Harris and Amber Heard. Written and directed by Pamela Romanowsky"One More Time" (USA. Florida Premiere): After one too many big city problems, Jude heads to the Hamptons home of her father, an over-the-hill crooner desperately charting his musical comeback. Starring: Amber Heard, Kelli Garner and Christopher Walken. Directed by Robert Edwards. "Little Men" (USA. Florida Premiere): Jake is a quiet, sensitive middle schooler when he meets the affably brash Tony at his grandfather's funeral. The budding friendship is put at risk, however, when a rent dispute between Jake's father, Brian and Tony's mother, Leonor, threatens to become contentious. Starring: Greg Kinnear, Theo Taplitz, Michael Barbieri and Alfred Molina. Directed by Ira Sachs "A Beautiful Now" (USA. Florida Premiere): As a beautiful dancer balances between reality and fantasy, she asks her friends to help her figure out the passions and relationships that have shaped her identity. Starring: Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson, Collette Wolfe. Directed by: Daniela Amavia "Puerto Ricans in Paris" (USA. Florida Premiere): Two Puerto Rican NYPD detectives head to Paris to track down a stolen handbag. Starring: Luiz Guzman, Rosie Perez, Rosario Dawson. Directed by Ian Edelman "The Black Coat’s Daughter" (USA. Florida Premiere): Beautiful and haunted Joan makes a pilgrimage across a frozen landscape toward a prestigious all girls prep school where Rose and Kat find themselves stranded after their parents mysteriously fail to retrieve them for winter break. Starring: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, James Remar, Lauren Holly. Directed by Osgood Perkins "The Truth About Lies" (USA. Florida Premiere): A desperate, unemployed man (Fran Kranz) who lives with his mother weaves an ever-growing web of lies to impress a beautiful woman. Starring: Fran Kranz, Odette Annable. Directed by Phil Allocco. Documentaries

"Hair I Go Again" (World Premiere): Facing a mid-life crossroads, two longtime friends risk everything as they set out to fulfill their dreams of achieving rock & roll stardom. Directed by: Steve McClure. "Hano! A Century in the Bleachers" (Florida Premiere): Meet Arnold Hano, 93, legendary sportswriter and social activist. Baseball fan, war veteran and storyteller emeritus: few have lived and chronicled the American experience as extensively. Directed by: Jon Leonoudakis. "Smart" (Florida Premiere): Groundbreaking feature-length documentary about a group of highly trained, adrenaline-fueled professionals who risk life and limb to rescue animals. They're Los Angeles' Specialized Mobile Animal Rescue Team! Directed by Justin Zimmerman "No Greater Love" (Florida Premiere): U.S. Army Chaplain Justin Roberts goes on missions with the legendary No Slack battalion in Afghanistan in 2010/2011 armed with only a camera. Directed by Justin Roberts.

Cuban Sidebar: Films focusing on Cuba

"Craving Cuba" (World Premiere): A Cuban-American woman seeks to understand her true identity. Directed by: Zuzy Martin Lynch "The Forbidden Shore" (World Premiere)- The amazing diversity of contemporary Cuban music is gorgeously explored in Ron Chapman’s third documentary feature. Chapman captures the full gamut of what’s happening now in Cuba, both the most exciting artists and the distinct musical scenes they move In. Directed by Ron Chapman. "Havana Motor Club" (Florida Premiere): Reforms have offered opportunity in Cuba but the children of the Revolution are unsure of the best route forward. For a half-dozen drag racers, this means last-minute changes to their beloved American muscle cars, as they prepare for the first sanctioned race in Cuba since 1960. Directed by Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt

Florida Focus : World premiere of independent films made in Florida

"Waiting on Mary" : A struggling actor, traumatized by a brutal divorce, assumes the personality of a colonial character he played at a failed amusement park as a way of retreating from his pain. Directed by: Corey Horton "Bear With Us" : A modern farce about a guy who attempts to propose to his girlfriend in the most romantic way possible, but his plan falls apart when a ravenous bear stumbles on their charming cabin in the woods. Directed by: William Stribling. "Dooder And the Lighthouse" : Dooder Parker is eighty-six and full of life. When the historic lighthouse in his hometown becomes doomed to fall into the Gulf, his recounting of local history evolves into a reflection on his love for his wife. Stories intertwine to paint a portrait of a vanishing way of life. Directed by: Clayton Long & Lisa Long In addition to feature length films, Giff will present over 70 short films. Short film blocks include:

“Lol”: Comedic short films · “Films on a Mission”: Short films focusing on a specific cause

· “Thrill Ride”: Thriller, action, and horror short films.

· “Love is In the Air”: Romantic short films

· “ Motion Tunes”: Short films related to music

· “Save the Drama”: Drama short films

· “Films 101”: College made short films

· “High School Film Showcase”: Giff’s high school filmmaking competition sponsored by Suncoast Credit Union

Additionally, Gasparilla will feature in-depth, informative Industry Panels, including, Meet The Press, Casting Directors, “The Performance” Actor’s panel, Special Effects, Do’s, Don’ts for a Film Festival Run and “The Pitch.” Additionally, Giff is proud to welcome Academy Award nominated animator Bill Plympton (1987’s Your Face).

For more information on all the films to be screened and industry events, please go to:

www.gasparillafilmfestival.com
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Academy Awards Film Series: Scorsese's Spielbergian Biopic Comes Crashing Down Each Time After Take-Off

'The Aviator' movie with Leonardo DiCaprio as bizarre billionaire Howard Hughes: Bloated biopic. 'The Aviator' movie review: What's not good for the Spruce Goose… Imagine Citizen Kane directed by the Steven Spielberg of The Color Purple, Schindler's List, Amistad, and Saving Private Ryan. The final result would look something like a Barry Levinson film – for instance, the superficial and phony Bugsy. Or, an even more appropriate example, the superficial, phony, and bloated The Aviator. Except, of course, that Levinson is not the man responsible for the 2004 mega-production starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the eccentric, billionaire ladies' man Howard Hughes. Strangely enough, that man is Martin Scorsese, the director of hard-hitting films such as Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, and Gangs of New York. Scorsese, a fan of Old Hollywood, apparently wanted to have some fun with the reported $110 million budget (approx. $138 million in 2016) made available to him. The director no doubt had a ball while making The Aviator,
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Christopher Walken Launches a Musical Comeback in Trailer For ‘One More Time’

Sorry, but Christopher Walken isn’t leading a Daft Punk biopic. Rather, One More Time (previously titled When I Live My Life Over Again) is indeed music-related, but instead of Walken donning any sort of robot helmet, the film follows his character as an aging crooner who is attempting to launch a comeback in the industry, recently reunited with his daughter, played by Amber Heard. Directed by Robert Edwards, we now have the first trailer and poster ahead of a release next month.

In their review out of Tribeca last year, THR noted, “Walken is the main attraction here; though the film identifies more with the wayward daughter, played by Amber Heard, it doesn’t make her nearly as interesting as his name-dropping, spotlight-hogging entertainer. The actor’s fans, who get too few chances to see him in this kind of role, should ensure that the likeable but underwhelming pic
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Watch: Christopher Walken Sings A New Song In Trailer For 'One More Time' With Amber Heard

There's no such thing as having too much Christopher Walken in your life, and so if you've been feeling the need for a little extra dose, the good news is that he's got a movie coming soon, and the first trailer has just arrived. Read More: The Essentials: The 5 Best Christopher Walken Performances Co-starring Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Oliver Platt, and Ann Magnuson, and written and directed by Robert Edwards, the story centers on an relationship between an aspiring rock star and her crooner father. Here's the official synopsis:  Beautiful aspiring rock star Jude (Heard) is stuck in a rut - relegated to recording commercial jingles and lost in a series of one night stands. When she is evicted from her Brooklyn apartment, she is forced to move into the Hamptons home of her wealthy - and selfish - father Paul Lombard (Walken), an over-the-hill, Sinatra-esque crooner angling for a musical comeback.
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Starz Acquires Rights To ‘One More Time’ For Theatrical Bow

Starz has acquired North American distribution rights to One More Time, the comedic drama written and directed by Robert Edwards and starring Christopher Walken, Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Ann Magnuson and Oliver Platt. The pic debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival this year when it was called When I Live My Life Over Again. The plan under the deal is a 2016 theatrical and on-demand release through Starz Digital followed by an exclusive TV premiere…
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Starz Acquires Rights To ‘One More Time’ For Theatrical Bow

Starz has acquired North American distribution rights to One More Time, the comedic drama written and directed by Robert Edwards and starring Christopher Walken, Amber Heard, Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Ann Magnuson and Oliver Platt. The pic debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival this year when it was called When I Live My Life Over Again. The plan under the deal is a 2016 theatrical and on-demand release through Starz Digital followed by an exclusive TV premiere…
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Christopher Walken, Amber Heard Drama ‘One More Time’ Acquired by Starz

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Christopher Walken, Amber Heard Drama ‘One More Time’ Acquired by Starz
Starz has acquired the North American rights to “One More Time,” starring Christopher Walken and Amber Heard, the entertainment company announced Wednesday. It is planning a 2016 theatrical and on-demand release through Starz Digital, its multi-platform releasing team, followed by an exclusive TV premiere on Starz. The comedic drama, written and directed by Robert Edwards, also stars Kelli Garner, Hamish Linklater, Ann Magnuson and Oliver Platt. The film follows rock star Jude (Heard) who is stuck in a rut, recording commercial jingles and having one night stands.
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Television that Home Video Forgot: My Generation (2010)

My Generation

Showcase Inventory

Created by Peter Magnusson and Martin Persson. Developed for Us television by Noah Hawley.

Produced by ABC Studios, Stockholm-Copenhagen Productions, 26 Keys Productions

Aired on ABC for 1 season (8 episodes, 6 unaired) from September 23, 2010 – September 30, 2010

Cast

Michael Stahl-David as Steven Foster “The Overachiever”

Daniella Alonso as Brenda Serrano “The Brain”

Mehcad Brooks as Rolly Marks “The Jock”

Kelli Garner as Dawn Barbuso “The Punk”

Jaime King as Jacqueline Vachs “The Beauty Queen”

Julian Morris as Anders Holt “The Rich Kid”

Keir O’Donnell as Kenneth Finley “The Nerd”

Sebastian Sozi as the Falcon “The Rock Star”

Anne Son as Caroline Chung “The Wallflower”

Show Premise

The show is essentially a fake docudrama TV series that purportedly began in the year 2000, wherein the documentary crew followed a group of nine graduating students from a high school in Austin, Texas and interviewed them about their current lives, interests, career goals, and aspirations after they graduate.
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'Secret Life of Marilyn' & 'Grace of Monaco': Emmys for portraying showbiz legends?

'Secret Life of Marilyn' & 'Grace of Monaco': Emmys for portraying showbiz legends?
Lifetime's "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe" and "Grace of Monaco" each earned Emmy nominations for Best Movie/Miniseries Hairstyling; the former also contends for Best Movie/Miniseries Makeup. These telefilms tell the stories of two of the most famously glamorous women in show business history: Marilyn Monroe (Kelli Garner) and Grace Kelly (Nicole Kidman). Will one of these period pieces prevail at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 12? -Break- Who are this year's famous Emmy-nominated producers: Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga ... Since 2000, the Emmys have honored four films about Hollywood legends -- "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge" (2000), "Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows" (2001), "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers" (2005) and "Behind the Candelabra" (2012) about the life of Liberace -- with Best Movie/Miniseries Hairstyling. Other films about i...
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Lily Tomlin in ‘Grandma’ represents a true Best Actress contender

Hollywood Contenders: The fall movie season is almost upon us folks, but that doesn’t mean that the late summer isn’t without its potential awards bait. I’ve been hinting about how great a film called Grandma is, and now that it’s beginning its theatrical run this weekend after a trip around the festival circuit, I can really get into the merits of this one. In particular, the candidacies of Lily Tomlin in Best Actress and Sam Elliot in Best Supporting Actor are really worth taking note of. They turn in two of the very best performances of the year so far, helping to make this one of the most memorable 2015 release that I’ve seen to date. The film is the story of a granddaughter and a grandmother. The former is Sage (Kelli Garner), a moody teen who comes to the latter, Elle Reid (Tomlin), when she discovers that she’s pregnant.
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Watch 8 in-depth Emmy chats with Movie/Mini Actress hopefuls: Queen Latifah, Jessica Lange ...

Watch 8 in-depth Emmy chats with Movie/Mini Actress hopefuls: Queen Latifah, Jessica Lange ...
Did you miss our exclusive Google Hangout chats with eight of this year's Emmy contenders for Best Movie/Miniseries Actress? We've listed them all below for your viewing pleasure, including our interviews with Maggie Gyllenhaal ("The Honorable Woman"), Queen Latifah ("Bessie"), Jessica Lange ("American Horror Story: Freak Show"), Felicity Huffman ("American Crime"), Frances O'Connor ("The Missing"), Kelli Garner ("Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe"), Anne Heche ("Dig") and Allison Williams ("Peter Pan Live"). -Break- How many of them do you think will earn Emmy nominations? Watch almost 200 video chats with 2015 Emmy contenders Maggie Gyllenhaal on getting feedback from across the political divide for "The Honorable Woman": "[I sought out] people who were very far over ... on the spectrum of the conflict … and I was getting feedback from those people all..."'
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Kelli Garner on being 'terrified' at challenge of playing Marilyn Monroe [Exclusive Video]

Kelli Garner on being 'terrified' at challenge of playing Marilyn Monroe [Exclusive Video]
"I was really terrified, but I was sick of not taking challenges because I was afraid to fail. All of the pieces were there to get out of my own way and try to do what I love to do at the best of my ability," admits actress Kelli Garner about playing the iconic Marilyn Monroe for television. In her recent interview with Gold Derby (watch below), Garner chats about the Lifetime limited series "Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe," how she was cast in the role, and the sudden fame followed by tragedy that beset the legendary sex symbol. In preparing for the part, she admits, "I didn't really know much about her life or her work as an actress. It was really fun to watch all those old movies and fall in love with a woman who I knew I loved. Something resonated whenever I would see a photo or image.
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Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe Lifetime Movie Ends With Tragic Death: Read the Recap

Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe Lifetime Movie Ends With Tragic Death: Read the Recap
While part one of Lifetime's The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe showed the bombshell's rough childhood and rise to fame, the second half was all about the star's tragic demise. As the men and movies piled up, the fame started to become too much for poor Norma Jean (Kelli Garner) -- and, well, you know how it ends. Part two opened in a smoky, boozy bar where we were introduced to baseball player Joe Dimaggio (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), setting the tone for what’s to come. You know: [...]
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Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe Lifetime Movie Part 1 Recap: Surprise! It's Actually Good

Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe Lifetime Movie Part 1 Recap: Surprise! It's Actually Good
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe has everything you expect from a Lifetime miniseries: drugs, sex, scandal, and a mentally unstable acting legend! The two-part TV movie examines the life and times of the woman formerly known as Norma Jean, beginning with a two-hour installment all about the gone-too-soon superstar's early life. Kelli Garner stars as the titular blonde bombshell, while Susan Sarandon tackles Monroe's mother, Gladys. That's right: Sarandon and Nicole Kidman both starred in late May Lifetime movies. It’s been a great week for Lifetime! The [...]
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