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With director Omar Naim’s supernaturally-tinged Dead Awake opening in limited release this Friday, December 3 (the flick is set to hit DVD/Blu-ray on March 29 of next year), this writer caught up today with one of the film’s principals, actress Amy Smart, who dished on the movie as well as the possibility of a third film in the Crank series and her potential inclusion in a future horror project.
Known best as a comedic actress for her turns in the films Just Friends and Road Trip (among others) and to genre fans for her roles in The Butterfly Effect and Mirrors (as well the gonzo action flicks Crank and Crank: High Voltage, in which she portrayed the girlfriend of actor Jason Statham’s adrenalized hit-man ‘Chev Chelios’), Smart appears in Dead Awake as ‘Natalie’, the long-lost love of young funeral parlor employee ‘Dylan’ (actor Nick Stahl), a young man »
Omar Naim's ('The Final Cut') latest mystery thriller 'Dead Awake' has wrapped it's shoot. It's 3 main stars, Nick Stahl (who's just signed on to Vincenzo Natali's '388 Areletta Avenue'), Rose McGowan and Amy Smart (below) are in the can and hopefully this baby can be cut in time for it's 3 December Us release date. Ben Marten, Kim Grimaldi, Brian Lynner, Justin Marxen, James Serpento, Jack Mishler, Shane Simmons and Rachel Storey all co-star in 'Dead Awake' which was penned by Johnny Harrington, Justin Urich ('Lake Placid 2 ') and David Boivin. 'Dylan, a young man working at a funeral parlor, is trying to unravel a mystery that shattered his life ten years earlier. After faking his own funeral to see who will show up, he befriends a mysterious street junkie and is reunited with an old love from his past. The »
2 items from 2010
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