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Living life on the edge — literally! Kellan Lutz showed no fear in a series of breathtaking photos he posted to Instagram on Wednesday, Sept. 2, in which he dangled precariously off the edge of a cliff over gorgeous blue Australian waters. “I was able to fit in a quick workout while we were exploring these cliffs,” he captioned the collection of photos. “Don’t try this workout at home.” In the largest image of the three, Lutz, 30, looks like he’s doing a floating push-up, body perfectly straight [...] »
If Kellan Lutz ever invites you to hang out ... beware, because he pulled off an insane workout Off A Cliff In Australia!! The "Twilight" star is down in Sydney and managed to "fit in a quick workout" while exploring an area called Barrenjoey Head ... high above Palm Beach. Push-ups on the cliff, pull-ups under the cliff, and just plain posing -- all without those wimpy safety harnesses they used on "Bullseye" ... the adrenaline junkie reality competition he hosted. »
- TMZ Staff
In what appears to be a sci-fi thriller with an apocalyptic edge, Shane Abbess' next film has found its main cast in Aussie actress Isabel Lucas (Daybreakers, Immortals) and Kellan Lutz (Twilight). Even though Abbess' last film Infini (review), only partially wowed, it's always exciting when the Australian director mounts a new, ambitious project.
The story, written by Abbess, follows Sy, a drifter who falls in with Kane (Daniel MacPherson), an off-world military contractor trying to rescue his daughter Indi (Teagan Croft) from peril while evading a global crisis caused by the military contracting company he works for.
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Set in the future when humanity has spread out into interplanetary colonies, Kellan Lutz plays a drifter who falls in with an off-world military contractor (Daniel MacPherson) trying to rescue his daughter (Teagan Croft) from peril while evading a global crisis caused by the military contracting company he works for.
Lucas and Ford will play the roles of Gyp and Bill respectively. The film is currently shooting in both Sydney and the Australian Outback. Temuera Morrison, Bren Foster, Rachel Griffiths, Firass Dirani, Dwaine Stevenson and Grace Huang also star.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
The ensemble cast includes Temuera Morrison (Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, Star Wars: Episode III . Revenge of the Sith, Once Were Warriors), Bren Foster (Infini, The Last Ship, Terminus, Days Of Our Lives), with Rachel Griffiths (Saving Mr Banks, Beautiful Kate, Brothers & Sisters, Six Feet Under, Muriel.s Wedding), Firass Dirani (House Husbands, Underbelly: The Golden Mile, The Combination, The Black Balloon) Dwaine Stevenson (Infini, Gabriel), Grace Huang (The Man with the Iron Fists 1 and 2, Infini, Hiding) and introduces Teagan Croft.
Currently filming in Sydney and outback South Australia, the film is set in the future in a time of interplanetary colonization, when Sy (Kellan Lutz), a drifter, »
- Inside Film Correspondent
Science fiction action thriller SFv1 has blasted two new cast members into space, adding Isabel Lucas (Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen) and Luke Ford (Deadline Gallipoli). Set in the future when humanity has spread out into interplanetary colonies, the film follows Sy (Kellan Lutz) , a drifter who falls in with Kane (Daniel MacPherson), an off-world military contractor trying to rescue his daughter Indi (Teagan Croft) from peril while evading a global crisis caused by… »
On National Dog Day (Aug. 26), celebrities took to Instagram and Twitter to share snaps of their pups with loving captions. National Dog Day Among the stars celebrating their pets yesterday were Bravo’s Andy Cohen (above), Oprah, Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale, Chicago Fire‘s Sophia Bush, singer Ariana Grande, Twilight hunk Kellan Lutz, Amanda […]
The post National Dog Day: Celebrities Celebrate Their K9 Pals appeared first on uInterview. »
- Chelsea Regan
Glee‘s Max Adler has made his plate a bit fuller, taking two new roles and returning to another. He’s signed on to appear in Adi Shankar's Gods & Secrets, a deconstructionist take on superheroes that examines personal foibles, celebrity culture and moral quandaries involving public figures who are also super-powered. Adler joins already announced cast members Kellan Lutz, Rj Mitte, Jackson Rathbone, Denise Richards and Jane Seymour. Adler also signed on as an associate… »
The entertainment industry is constantly changing, and it's important to stay aware of what’s going on. Want to find out who’s casting? What projects are happening? What’s coming up? Call Sheet highlights will help you stay in-the-know: Add equal parts saccharine-sweet medicine woman and WWE legend, then throw in a meth kingpin’s son and what do you get? “Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets.” Jane Seymour, Diamond Dallas Page, and Rj Mitte are taking on the drama about the dark side of super heroes in the film cast by recent-Call Sheet inductee, Carmen Aiello. Rounding out the star-studded cast are Jackson Rathbone, Kellan Lutz, Sharni Vinson, and Denise Richards. Merry Christmas! Kim Coleman is heading up the holiday-themed “A Meyers Christmas” that begins shooting this fall in Atlanta. Word on the street is that binge-watching enabler, Netflix, is heading to Newfoundland this October to start shooting their new colonial inspired series, »
“Breaking Bad” alum Rj Mitte has joined the ensemble cast of “Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets,” which marks the directorial debut of the executive producer behind “Dredd,” “The Grey” and “Lone Survivor,” TheWrap has learned. “Twilight” stars Kellan Lutz and Jackson Rathbone lead an ensemble that also includes “You’re Next” heroine Sharni Vinson, comedian Andy Milonakis, WWE legend ‘Diamond’ Dallas Page (“The Devil’s Rejects”) and, as TheWrap first reported, Denise Richards and Jane Seymour. Shankar and his longtime collaborator Stewart Yost are co-directing “Gods and Secrets,” which explores the darker ramifications of a world filled with superheroes — for the people. »
- Jeff Sneider
Exclusive: Kellan Lutz and Daniel MacPherson are strapping up on laser beams, starring in SFv1, a new science fiction action film that has now started production in Australia. Set in the far future in an era of interplanetary colonization, SFv1 follows a drifter who teams up with a military contractor to rescue the contractor’s daughter. Amid an impending global crisis caused by the contractor’s company, the trio must escape to safety. It will be filming in Sydney and in… »
Set during a period of interplanetary colonization, the film is Abbess. follow-up to Infini, which has been sold to every major market and was released on digital platforms by eOne in Australia and by Vertical Entertainment in the Us.
It.s shooting for nine weeks in Sydney, the outskirts of Sydney and outback South Australia.
.This is a bigger film with a lot more action than Infini,. says Eclectik Vision.s Brett Thornquest, who is producing with Abbess and Sidonie Abbene.s Storm Alley Entertainment and Matthew Graham.s Phonetic Images.
Lutz (The Expendables 3, Hercules 3D, The Twilight Saga) plays Sy, a mysterious »
- Don Groves
Yesterday we found out that producer Adi Shankar (Dredd, Punisher: Dirty Laundry) would team with Stewart Yost to co-direct a dark new superhero series for HBO titled Gods And Secrets, which is said to be (and very much sounds to be) inspired by Alan Moore's Watchmen. Now The Wrap reports that Denise Richards (Wild Things, Starship Troopers, The World Is Not Enough) and Jane Seymour (Live And Let Die, How I Met Your Mother, Battlestar Galactica) have joined the cast in unspecified roles. Gods And Secrets will focus on the exploits of a superteam known as the "Guardians of Justice", and will explore "the darker ramifications of a world filled with superheroes — for the people they protect and the famous heroes themselves." Former WWE Superstar Diamond Dallas Page, Jackson Rathbone (The Twilight Saga), Kellan Lutz (The Legend Of Hercules), Sharni Vinson (You're Next) and Andy Milonakis will also star, »
Denise Richards and Jane Seymour have joined the cast of “Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets,” which marks the directorial debut of the executive producer behind “Dredd,” “The Grey” and “Lone Survivor,” TheWrap has learned. “Twilight” stars Kellan Lutz and Jackson Rathbone lead an ensemble that also includes “You’re Next” heroine Sharni Vinson, “Transparent” actress Alexandra Billings, comedian Andy Milonakis and WWE legend ‘Diamond’ Dallas Page. Shankar and his longtime collaborator Stewart Yost are co-directing “Gods and Secrets,” which explores the darker ramifications of a world filled with superheroes — for the people they protect and the famous heroes themselves. »
- Jeff Sneider
Following on from his work as a producer on "Dredd" and "The Grey" along with the much talked about "Power/Rangers" fan film, Adi Shankar is set to team with Stewart Yost for his directorial debut effort "Gods And Secrets".
The project is described as a dark drama akin to Alan Moore's "Watchmen" in that it will explore the darker logical underpinnings of superhero tropes in a world in which superheroes exist and the resulting celebrity culture are front and center.
The story deals with what happens when a tragedy strikes the super heroic team Guardians of Justice, and in its aftermath secrets are revealed, lives are changed, and the war to end all wars begins.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Adi Shankar, the producer behind the likes of Dredd and The Grey and the fanmade shorts Punisher: Dirty Laundry, Venom: Truth in Journalism and Power/Rangers, is set to make his directorial debut with the “dark superhero drama” Gods and Secrets.
Deadline reports that the show “will mine territory similar to Alan Moore’s Watchmen, exploring the darker logical underpinnings of superhero tropes. In a world in which superheroes exist, personal foibles and the resulting celebrity culture are front and center. In the story, tragedy has struck the superheroic team Guardians of Justice, and in its aftermath secrets are revealed, lives are changed, and the war to end all wars begins.”
- Gary Collinson
Adi Shankar, the man who has produced the mainstream likes of Dredd and Lone Survivor, but is more likely to be found creating his own content with his Bootleg Universe shorts and series, has a new project in the works. He has Gods And Secrets on the way, with a cast that includes Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Denise Richards, Jane Seymour and wrestling legend "Diamond" Dallas Page. Gods And Secrets is an indie production that dives deep into the world of superheroes and how their actions affect those around them. It’s designed to put a fresh spin on the comic book tropes and push the boundaries of what’s possible within the genre.Shankar is co-directing the instalments with Stewart Yost, working from a script by Shawn DeLoache, and the likes of Sharni Vinson, Alexandra Billings and Andy Milonakis are also among the cast. Gods And Secrets doesn’t however, »
Adi Shankar, the producer behind the 'Bootleg Universe' one-shot films Power/Rangers & The Punisher: Dirty Laundry and 2012's Dredd will make his directorial debut with HBO's Gods And Secrets. According to Deadline, Shankar will team up with Stewart Yost to co-direct this dark superhero drama that's said to be inspired by Alan Moore's seminal graphic novel, Watchmen. The drama will feature an original team named 'Guardians Of Justice', and explore the more secretive and shady aspects of celebrity culture by applying it to superheroes. The series is set to star WWE's Diamond Dallas Page, Jackson Rathbone (The Twilight Saga), Kellan Lutz (The Legend Of Hercules), Sharni Vinson (You're Next) and Andy Milonakis. The core premise appears intruiging, while the project's placement on HBO should be enough to pique most people's interest. The cast is admittedly rather uninspiring, but Shankar has impressed in the past with his Bootleg one-shots. »
"Why is defiance the anomaly instead of the norm?" Magnolia Picture has debuted the official trailer for Experimenter, directed by Michael Almereyda starring Peter Sarsgaard as social psychologist Stanley Milgram. The film looks at Milgram's controversial studies in the early 1960s at Yale, involving an electric shock administered to "stranger" in the room next door. It would make a nice companion piece with The Stanford Prison Experiment, also at Sundance this year, and also a look at the way humans respond to and take control of authority. In addition to Sarsgaard, the Experimenter cast includes Winona Ryder, Kellan Lutz, Taryn Manning, John Leguizamo, Jim Gaffigan, Dennis Hyasbert & Anton Yelchin. Enjoy. Here's the trailer (+ poster) for Michael Almereyda's Experimenter, in high def on Apple (via YouTube): Famed social psychologist Stanley Milgram (played by Peter Sarsgaard) in 1961 conducts a series of radical behavior experiments at Yale University that test ordinary humans willingness to obey authority. »
- Alex Billington
Yale University, 1961. Stanley Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard) designs a psychology experiment that still resonates to this day, in which people think they’re delivering painful electric shocks to an affable stranger (Jim Gaffigan) strapped into a chair in another room.
Despite his pleads for mercy, the majority of subjects don’t stop the experiment, administering what they think is a near-fatal electric shock, simply because they’ve been told to do so.
With Nazi Adolf Eichmann’s trial airing in living rooms across America, Milgram strikes a nerve in popular culture and the scientific community with his exploration into people’s tendency to comply with authority. Celebrated in some circles, he is also accused of being a deceptive, manipulative monster, but his wife Sasha (Winona Ryder) stands by him through it all.
Experimenter invites us »
- Michelle McCue
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