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Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Jason Patric finds new agency Jason Patric has signed with Gersh. The actor stars opposite Bruce Willis in Lionsgate’s thriller The Prince, in which he plays a former assassin trying to rescue his kidnapped daughter. Meanwhile, he remains embroiled in a real-life paternal-rights lawsuit with his ex-girlfriend. Patric broke out in the 1987 cult classic The Lost Boys, and his other credits include Sleepers, The Alamo, In the Valley of
- Rebecca Sun
He can be self-destructive, darkly debonair or a lot more dangerous, but Jason Patric is best known for bringing a smoldering intensity to his roles, be it in it something like “The Lost Boys,” “Geronimo: An American Legend,” ”Rush,” “Sleepers” or “Narc,” Joe Carnahan’s 2002 film that reminded people of his talent after a self-imposed four-year hiatus. In his latest movie, director Brian A. Miller’s crime thriller “The Prince,” Patric stars alongside Bruce Willis, John Cusack, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Jessica Lowndes and South Korean pop star-turned-actor Rain, playing a retired crime boss and single father forced to team up with his best friend and go to dark places when his [ Read More ]
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Don't get me wrong... guys can be hellish too, but anyone who has ever had a run-in with a vengeful loony with a vagina can attest to this fact. Case in point: the latest "devilish noir" flick to head our way, A Wife Alone.
The film will be available through major cable/satellite and On Demand enabled platforms across the United States on June 10th.
From the Press Release
A feature film by Justin Reichman, A Wife Alone is a dark psychological thriller about an ill-fated marriage in the suburbs of upstate New York. The plot centers around Jane, an attractive young bride who marries a naive investment banker named Park, desperate to marry before his 30th birthday.
The young, ostensibly happy couple buys a quaint house in a nice neighborhood and settles into the suburban dream before a visit to Park's godparents, »
- Steve Barton
The worldwide rights to "The Humbling," a drama based on the novel by Philip Roth, were just acquired by Millennium Films, the company announced. The film is currently in post-production and a Us release date has yet to be announced. An aging suicidal actor, a half-his-age lesbian, a secluded upstate country house, and a chaotic affair - it's got all the elements for a riveting unconventional drama. The film is directed by Academy Award winner Barry Levinson ("Rain Man," "Sleepers") and stars Al Pacino, Dianne Wiest, and Greta Gerwig. Millennium Films is one of the largest and longest‐running independent film companies in the world. The firm develops, finances, produces and distributes approximately 8‐10 films per year and is best known for "The Expendables" series and "Olympus Has Fallen." »
- Taylor Lindsay
You may have noticed, yesterday's start to my list of this year's most anticipated movies got off to a bit of a cynical start. Well, I hope to change that with today's batch of ten films as I think we are getting into better and better territory and a group of films I feel far more genuinely excited to see, and a couple of which that may end up being the most talked about films of the year. Again, featured directly below is a navigation for this year's most anticipated feature, linking to yesterday's ten films and I will be updating it with links for the installments to come. Most Anticipated 2014 Navigation #1-10 | #11-20 | #21-30 | #31-40 #30 The Fault in Our Stars June 6 Photo: 20th Century Fox amz asin="0525478817" size="small"I get the feeling this is a film that will either be just another sappy, melodramatic adaptation of a much-loved novel, »
- Brad Brevet
5 items from 2014
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