8 items from 2014
Beautiful and Twisted
Rob Lowe, Candice Bergen and Paz Vega have joined the cast of the Miami-set Lifetime true story telemovie "Beautiful and Twisted". Lowe plays Ben Novack Jr., the millionaire heir to the Fountainebleau Miami Beach hotel fortune who is found brutally murdered.
Police ultimately untangled the sex, lies and payback behind Ben's marriage to his wife and former stripper Narcy (Vega), whom they identify as the prime suspect. Bergen will portray Ben's mother. [Source: The Live Feed]
The story chronicles a race against the clock to defeat an unseen enemy out to destroy the world by using the most unlikely and unsuspecting inhabitants on the planet: the children. Lily Rabe, Milo Ventimiglia, Derek Webster and Kylie Rogers also star. [Source: TV Line]
- Garth Franklin
Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts will join James Franco in Michael, directed by Justin Kelly. Based on the New York Times Magazine article by Benoit Denizet-Lewis titled “My Ex-Gay Friend,” the story follows a pastor who was formerly gay, but later renounced homosexuality. Quinto will play ex-boyfriend to Franco’s character; Roberts will play his girlfriend. Chris Zylca (The Leftovers) will play another former love interest. Gus Van Sant is executive producer, alongside producers Franco, Vince Jolivette, Michael Mendelsohn, Ron Singer, and Scott Reeve. [Variety]
Walt Disney Animation Studios has revealed its voice cast for Big Hero 6, which follows a young robotics prodigy, »
- C. Molly Smith
Hemlock Grove star Landon Liboiron, Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco and Cody Horn are starring in Burning Bodhi, which will be directed by Matthew McDuffie, who also wrote the indie drama. Virginia Madsen and Sasha Pieterse also will appear in the movie, which begins shooting in Albuquerque this week. List Hollywood's 100 Favorite Films The script centers on a young man (Liboiron) in his 20s who learns that Bodhi, one of his best friends from high school, has died suddenly of an aneurysm. He heads back to his hometown in New Mexico and finds that in addition to dealing with Bodhi's death,
- Borys Kit
Exclusive: Indie comedy Worst Friends has been acquired by Level 33 Entertainment, which is planning a multiplatform September 16 release. Richard Tanne, Noah Barrow, House of Cards‘ Kristen Connolly, Magic Mike‘s Cody Horn, Geoffrey Arend, and Larry Fessenden star in the pic from writer-director Ralph Arend, who conceived the story with Tanne and Barrow. Tanne stars as self-involved prankster Jake, who’s left in a wheelchair after a car accident with only his childhood friend Sam (Barrow) and his no-nonsense physical therapist (Horn) to care for him. When Sam’s high school crush Zoe (Connolly) moves back to town, old rivalries resurface. […] »
Bless you Joe Manganiello! Looks like your upcoming documentary about the male strippers working at famed Dallas club Labare could be even more entertaining than Magic Mike was. (Hey, it won’t have Cody Horn‘s downer of a character in it, so your doc already has a leg up!)
This just released clip from Labare features hot dancers demonstrating how to do the fundamental move in erotic dancing — the body roll.
It’s a great skill to add to your resume!
Labare opens in select theaters Friday, June 27
The post Now Here’s How You Do A Body Roll! appeared first on thebacklot.com. »
- Aaron Landry
Warner Bros. has set a July 3, 2015 release date for Magic Mike Xxl (aka Magic Mike 2) of which star and co-writer Channing Tatum recently discussed with MTV saying, "I think everyone's gonna be back, I think. Obviously no one's deals are done which is always kind of scary." As for the plot, it's just as before, the film is expected to be a road trip movie, but Tatum elaborated with MTV saying: This one will be a road trip movie. Without giving a lot away, we don't wanna make it a really serious, slice-of-life movie. We want to have reality in it, but we don't want to make it some dark drama. There was some darkness in the last one that I think surprised people and shocked people. This one, we want there to be a lot of conflict and a lot of struggle, but we also want there to be a sh*t-ton of fun. »
- Brad Brevet
Earlier this week, "Magic Mike" co-star Joe Manganiello said that the male stripper dramedy's sequel will start shooting this fall and that more news was coming soon. Now that news has arrived. The sequel will be titled "Magic Mike Xxl" and will star Channing Tatum, Manganiello, and presumably more members of the 2012 film's buff, shiny cast. "Xxl" also has a new director, although Steven Soderbergh is staying on as an executive producer. The sequel will be directed by Gregory Jacobs, Soderbergh's longtime A.D., according to The Playlist. Jacobs also directed the 2004 caper film "Criminal," which starred John C. Reilly, Diego Luna and Maggie Gyllenhaal, and was produced by Soderbergh and George Clooney. "Magic Mike" also starred Matthew McConaughey, Olivia Munn, Alex Pettyfer and Cody Horn. »
- HItFix Staff
Channing Tatum confirmed in a Twitter Q&A that the sequel was happening, revealing that they’d already begun working on the concept, and were looking to flip the script and make the sequel even bigger.
Now Tatum has taken to Twitter once more to tease a photo of himself at work, starting to get underway on scripting the anticipated Magic Mike 2.
What better way to start writing #MagicMike2 than with my old friend Dallas? #runatribe pic.twitter.com/RalS3nQfro
Whilst nothing’s officially confirmed yet, we’re naturally expecting to see some of the original cast, led by Alex Pettyfer, Cody Horn, Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer, Olivia Munn, and of course Matthew McConaughey, »
- Kenji Lloyd
8 items from 2014
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