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In a manner similar to what happens with the television schedules, the streaming services suddenly go quiet in the summer. For true cinema fans this is pretty good news because the art house stuff comes along as well as some of the better catalogue titles that might have appeared elsewhere before.
It will probably be September before any subscription winning blockbusters are added again but the smart money is on one of the big ones adding The Avengers and (fingers crossed) the last season of Breaking Bad.
By the time you read this, the new Netflix exclusive series Orange is the New Black from the creator of Weeds, will be available on Netflix. Early word is that it’s actually the best Netflix exclusive title so far, which is good news after the horrendous Hemlock Grove. I will weigh in with an opinion next month.
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About two years ago, it was reported that Kristen Stewart's mother, Jules Stewart, was planning to make her directorial debut on "K-11," with Kristen starring as a transgender character. Kristen eventually dropped out, but Jules was still able to put together a decent cast, including Goran Visnjic (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Kate del Castillo ("Weeds"), D.B. Sweeney (Hardball), Portia Doubleday (Youth in Revolt), Jason Mewes(Clerks), and Tommy "Tiny" Lister (The Fifth Element). In the movie, Visnjic stars as a successful young record producer who wakes up after a three-day binge in a special unit of La County's Men's Central Jail dedicated to homosexual prisoners, a place ruled by a transsexual (Del Castillo). "K-11" is set to be released on March 15th, in fifteen theaters. Watch the restricted trailer below. Trailer: »
Kristen’s next movie, ‘K-11′ has already received rave reviews worldwide, and now it has a U.S. release date — we can’t wait to see it!
Kristen Stewart may be best known as Bella from The Twilight Saga, but in 2013, she’s determined to branch out. First up, K-11, a racy film, in which she lends her voice as a secretary, named Karen. The film is actually directed by her mom, Jules Stewart!
The edgy flick will be in theaters and on demand on March 15, 2013!
According to the film’s Facebook page, “K-11 is a riveting drama that deals with the politics of race and gender-identity in the Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail.”
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