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We’ve already had one great documentary spinning theories about Kurt Cobain‘s death (Nick Broomfield’s Kurt & Courtney) and one great dramatization of the last days of the Nirvana frontman (Gus Van Sant’s Last Days), but now there’s a (possibly great?) movie coming out that combines both approaches. Today is the 20th anniversary of when Cobain’s body was found dead, so of course the first trailer for this new docudrama has just arrived online. Titled Soaked in Bleach, it combines interviews with people associated with the case, including private detective Tom Grant, with reenactments featuring actors such as Lost‘s Daniel Roebuck as private detective Tom Grant. Others in the drama side’s cast play Cobain (Tyler Brian), Courtney Love (Sarah Scott), Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson (Kale Clauson), Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan (Tor Brown), Butthole Surfers singer Gibby Haynes (David Daskal), Earth front man Dylan Carlson (August Emerson) and a character »
- Christopher Campbell
Victor Garber will appear on the upcoming 50 Cent-produced Starz drama Power in a recurring role. I guess I should pay attention to it now.
NBC has renewed Grimm, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.. The network also sorta-renewed Parks & Recreation by listing it as a show that was previously renewed, even though that never officially happened.
Something something… excuse to post a picture of David Guintoli and Sasha Roiz.
TV Land is looking at turning the web series Teachers into a single-camera comedy, with Community and Mad Men star Alison Brie. The pilot follows six elementary teachers who end up dragging their students into their personal dysfunction.
Wendy Williams has apologized for transphobic remarks made during a panel discussion about transgender athlete Chloie Johnsson, »
- Lyle Masaki
Portlandia's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein met at an SNL after-party on a weekend Brownstein’s band Sleater-Kinney was playing New York. It’s unknown who made whom laugh first. Now, four seasons of co-writing and co-starring later, both of them have characterized their platonic friendship as “more intimate than marriage.” (We spoke to Brownstein the morning after we spoke to Armisen, and at times, it felt like being on a conference call with a weird 16-hour delay; they are that in sync.) Here, Brownstein discusses her desire to date somebody with a 9-to-5, taking music more seriously than comedy, and Duff McKagan’s gravitas. Who came up with the tax lawyer sketch? One of your characters is dating a tax laywer.That came from an experience that I had with — I guess it was a real-life experience — with going on a couple dates with someone who had a »
- Steve Marsh
It's been nearly a year since we last told you about the indie flick Gravedigger so we're more than overdue for an update! Get set to dig on the newest bit of artwork and the very first trailer, and look for more on this one soon.
From the Press Release:
Bury your guilt! A vigilante serial killer is stalking, killing, and burying those he has judged guilty; and anyone in this corrupt beach town could be next!
Filmed in New Jersey, the disturbing, twisted shock-fest Gravedigger is a sinister collaboration among the minds of award-winning actor Keith Collins (Stuck in the Middle, The Meat Puppet), Doug Bollinger (Waltzing Anna), Brandon Ruckdashel (Co-ed Confidential), and the eerie ink of NY Emmy Award-winning writer Joseph Pepitone and Billy Pepitone (Stuck in the Middle). It also includes original music from guitar rock genius Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (Guns N' Roses). This intense horror/thriller »
- Uncle Creepy
4 items from 2014
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