5 items from 2012
Update: 5:23 p.m. on May 29, 2012: Prizing quantities changed per studio update
Chicago – In our latest psychological thriller edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 3 Blu-rays or DVDs up for grabs for the home entertainment release of “Gone”! One grand-prize winner will also score an Amanda Seyfried-signed “Gone” mini poster!
“Gone,” which will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on May 29, 2012, also stars Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley, Daniel Sunjata, Sebastian Stan, Nick Searcy, Socratis Otto, Emily Wickersham, Joel David Moore, Katherine Moennig, Michael Paré, Sam Upton, Ted Rooney, Erin Carufel and Amy Lawhorn from director Heitor Dhalia and writer Allison Burnett.
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Gone released in U.S. Theaters on February 24, 2012 and stars Amanda Seyfried (Red Riding Hood, Jennifer’s Body). Directed by Heitor Dhalia (Adrift) with a screenplay written by Allison Burnett (Underworld: Awakening), Gone grossed $4.77M in opening-weekend U.S. box office receipts, the lowest opening this year for a nationwide release. The Horror Czar, Don Sumner of Best-Horror-Movies.com spoke with Gone (read our Gone review here) performer Sam Upton on the film’s release date about the film, working with Seyfried, Dhalia and Burnett, and why he loves a “controlled train wreck”. »
Up-and-coming actor Sam Upton stars alongside Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter, and Wes Bentley in Gone, and we had an opportunity to chat with him about his experiences making the film and what we can expect from the thriller, which hits theaters today.
In Gone Seyfried plays 20-something Jill Parrish, who comes home from her night shift at work to discover that her sister Molly has been abducted. Jill, having escaped from a kidnapping the year before, is sure that the same serial killer has come back and taken Molly. Unable to convince local police officials of her suspicions, Jill sets out alone on a heart-pounding chase to find the killer, expose his secrets and save her sister, all while the police, particularly Officer McKay, played by Upton, are hot on her trail so they can find her before she hurts herself or anyone else during her quest to get her sister back. »
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At the time I’d interviewed Sam Upton–Tuesday, a few hours before the premiere of his film “Gone”–he hadn’t seen the final cut of the film. “I don’t know what happens, that’s the honest truth,” he said, laughing. “I’m watching with as much bated breath as you are.” Upton is a far cry from his character in “Gone,” Officer McKay, a “quintessential pig,” in Upton’s words. “He’s like this arrogant, fast-talking, macho cop,” he said. In order to get in the groove to play McKay, Upton said it all came down to the costume. “Once you put on a cop uniform, you’re changed instantaneously. It’s crazy,” he said. “To put on »
5 items from 2012
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