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14 items from 2010

A Haunting in Georgia Spooks Out Katee Sackhoff and Abigail Spencer

9 November 2010 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

Chad Michael Murray and Emily Alyn Lind aren't lonely anymore as a couple of new hotties join the cast of Tom Elkins' directorial debut 'The Haunting in Georgia'. The spooky tale, that follows last years 'The Haunting in Connecticut', has grabbed actresses Katee Sackhoff ('Halloween: Resurrection', 'Battlestar Galactica') and Abigail Spencer ('In My Sleep', 'Mad Men'). The sequel is currently in pre-production so expect a few more castings yet. Don't forget to check out the ladies below. »

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Orlando Film Festival Kicks Off This Wednesday

31 October 2010 1:35 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

1 year ago I attended the best festival I have ever been to as a filmmaker. All the movies were free. The location was beautiful. The people were amazing. And apparently I inspired them to create an Independent Spirit Award just to give to me.

Well the Orlando Film Festival is back and it kicks off Wednesday November 3rd at the Plaza Cinema Café in Downtown Orlando. While I won.t be screening anything at the festival, I will still be on hand checking out some films and promoting my own. I will also be handing out the Independent Spirit Award, which has been named after me this year.

The festival runs from Wednesday November 3rd through Sunday November 7th. All the film screenings are free but you must get a ticket for each at the booth in front of the theater. The Plaza Cinema Café is located at 155 South Orange »

- Jerry Cavallaro

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Jessica Capshaw Previews Return of Grey's Anatomy

28 July 2010 7:23 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Grey’s Anatomy has made some controversial casting moves over the years, but we've yet to hear a negative word about the addition of Jessica Capshaw as Dr. Arizona Robbins.

The pediatric surgeon is a fan favorite, at least among TV Fanatic staff writers, and her unexpected romance with Sara Ramirez's Dr. Callie Torres has been a treat to watch.

Jessica recently spoke with Fancast about the intense sixth season finale, what's to come this fall, her favorite things about Arizona and her character's best quotes so far.

Excerpts below (follow the link here for the full interview):

On shooting the new season so far: "It’s looking great. I’ve had people coming up to me for three months now commenting on that season finale. [Laughs] People were a good kind of traumatized by it. It inspired and excited and revved them up!"

On when the new season »

- (L.J. Gibbs)

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Andrew Niccol Gets Amanda Seyfried For I'm.mortal

12 July 2010 3:01 PM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Who.d have thought the least of the Plastics would have ended up with one of the most impressive careers? Lindsay Lohan likely won.t be seeing a film set for quite a while and Lacey Chabert.s only theatrical release of the year is a film called In My Sleep, which I could go on and on about in a not so nice way. Of course there.s Rachel McAdams, who.s fairing quite well having had a nice handful of 2009 releases and Morning Glory on the way, but it.s Amanda Seyfried.s name that seems to be everywhere. So far this year she.s already starred in Chloe, Dear John and Letters to Juliet and is attached to the upcoming productions Albert Nobbs, Red Riding Hood, A Woman of No Importance and The Girl Who Conned the Ivy League. Clearly not everything will be done at once, »

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Limited Release Report:'Dragon Tattoo' Best of Weak Bunch...

26 April 2010 5:02 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent news »

With no significant new entries, holdover The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo led all limited releases for a third straight weekend. Oscar-winner The Secret in Their Eyes and documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop saw minimal second weekend declines, The Joneses and The Perfect Game plummeted, and Paper Man was paper thin in its debut. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ranked 16th on the overall weekend chart, grossing $621,749 on 181 theaters (up 29 from last weekend) for a 38-day total of $3.9 million. It was down 1.5 percent from last weekend, though, which was its first weekend-to-weekend decline, and its per site average of $3,345 was its lowest yet. The Secret in Their Eyes added 23 sites for a total of 33, and subsequently increased 115 percent over last weekend to $360,056. After two weekends, the Best Foreign Language Oscar winner from Argentina has grossed $592,864, and distributor Sony Pictures Classics will likely add more theaters in the coming weeks. »

- Ray Subers <>

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Robyn Lively and Tony Hale move to 'Sironia'

26 April 2010 1:50 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Robyn Lively and Tony Hale have joined "Sironia" from writer-director Brandon Dickerson. The story tells of a singer-songwriter who, struggling with her career in Los Angeles, movies to Sironia, Texas. Lively plays a dyed-in-the-wool Texan and local socialite. Steven Sills, Laura Smith and Lauren Schwartz produce. Filming stars Sunday in Waco, Texas. Lively recently finished "Letters to God" directed by David Nixon and Patrick Doughtie. Other credits include TV's "Saving Grace" and "30 Rock" as well as "The Mentalist." Hale has had regular roles on the series "Arrested Development" and "Chuck" and recently appeared in "The Informant!" with Matt Damon, "In My Sleep," "The Goods" and "Stranger Than Fiction." »

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Robyn Lively, Tony Hale to lead 'Sironia'  

25 April 2010 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Robyn Lively and Tony Hale have been cast in the indie feature "Sironia" from writer-director Brandon Dickerson.

The story involves a singer-songwriter beat up by the L.A. music machine who moves with his wife to Sironia, Texas. Lively will play a dyed-in-the-wool Texan who's a local socialite.

Steven Sills, Laura Smith and Lauren Schwartz are producing the project, which begins shooting Sunday in Waco, Texas.

The Fortitude-repped Lively most recently appeared in the film "Letters to God." She also has had recent TV roles on "30 Rock," "The Mentalist" and "Saving Grace."

Repped by Icm and Framework Entertainment, Hale has had regular roles on the series "Arrested Development" and "Chuck." He recently appeared in the features "In My Sleep," "The Informant!" "The Goods" and "Stranger Than Fiction." »

- By Jay A. Fernandez

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Exclusive Video: Allen Wolf & Philip Winchester Talk In My Sleep

22 April 2010 5:43 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Have you ever wondered what happens to you after you fall asleep? Most people assume that they just lay there in their beds all night but for a certain amount of the population the truth is much scarier. A recent survey revealed that one in fifteen people suffer from this disorder and in some cases even become violent during their episodes. What if you committed a murder in your sleep and didn't even know it? Well that's exactly the subject of the new independent film, In My Sleep opening on April 23rd. The movie is a suspense thriller about a self-admitted sex-addict who suffers from sleepwalking and realizes that he may be up to no good at night when his best friend's wife is murdered and he finds the bloody knife in his hands when he wakes up the next morning. We recently had a chance to sit down and speak with the film's director, »

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As Seen on Twitter on 2010-04-22

22 April 2010 5:45 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Spend Your Earth Day… Inside? On Pandora? James ‘3D’ Cameron’s Avatar: DVD Review… # do, do do do do do do do … Good evening! @rejectnation Exclusive: First Look at the Parasomnia Thriller 'In My Sleep' # Allen Wolf’s Hitchcock Homage ‘In My Sleep’ Wakes Up in Theaters on Friday… # Kick-Ass – “Scene Selection” Review… »

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In My Sleep Opens in La and NYC April 23rd

21 April 2010 11:23 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

In My Sleep will be premiering in Los Angeles and New York beginning April 23rd, with further locations possible. In My Sleep is a film from director and writer Allen Wolf, which puts character Marcus (Philip Winchester) in some compromising situations. Afflicted with parasomnia, Marcus continues to act even in his sleep as can be seen in the three clips below. Also, if you are interested in »

- Michael Ross Allen

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Exclusive Video: Get Your First Look at In My Sleep!

16 April 2010 6:34 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

We have a brand new exclusive clip from the upcoming indie release In My Sleep, which will be released in theaters on April 23 in Los Angeles and April 30 in New York before expanding nationwide. Click below on our exclusive clip, which features Lacey Chabert trying to analyze an interesting dream.

Exclusive: Interesting Dreams

In this taut psychological thriller, Marcus struggles with parasomnia, a rare sleep disorder which makes him do things in his sleep which he cannot remember the next day.

His situation takes a startling turn when Marcus wakes up with blood on his hands and a knife at his side. That same morning, a close friend is found stabbed to death. Marcus frantically tries to put the pieces together - while sleepwalking, could he have murdered his friend to hide a dark secret between them?

The police close in as Marcus investigates his own nocturnal activities, desperate to »

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In My Sleep Movie Review

15 April 2010 6:47 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: In My Sleep Directed By: Allen Wolf Starring: Philip Winchester, Tim Draxl, Lacey Chabert, Abigail Spencer, Kelly Overton, Amy Aquino When I was a kid, I occasionally went to sleep on the lower section of my bunk bed, but woke up on the top. Yes, I was a sleepwalker. Sometimes I’d get a good giggle out of my nighttime expeditions, but climbing the ladder to the top bunk was a little on the risky side. It sounds crazy, but sleepwalking can be a very dangerous habit. This notion is more true than ever in In My Sleep, not because the main character would do just about anything from drive his car to [...] »

- Perri Nemiroff

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In My Sleep Premiere and After Party

13 April 2010 8:33 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Dramatic thriller In My Sleep will be premiering at the Arclight Theater in Hollywood this Thursday, April 15th at 7:30pm. Although the premiere is booked to capacity media are welcome to attend the afterparty at the Mychouse Nightclub in Hollywood (organizers: Sean Dubravac and Matt Ilczuk). The details for the afterparty are below and the story of In My Sleep is based on a character, named Marcus, who suffers from parasomnia. Parasomnia induces sleep-walking and other actions while unconscious. The film moves Marcus one step closer to murder when his best friend's wife is found dead. Also inside is a new trailer for In My Sleep.

The synopsis for In My Sleep here:

"Marcus wakes up in the middle of a cemetery half naked and has no idea how he got there. Urgent questions pound inside his head. "Where was I last night? Who was I with?" Marcus suffers from parasomnia, »

- Michael Ross Allen

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Morning Meme: Betty White Plays a Pothead, Google Owns Us All, and Hover Cat Is Coming To Get You All!

19 March 2010 5:37 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Meet new hottie obsession Philip Winchester, Enver-on-Enver action, Beastly isn't beastly, and Woody Harrelson is a Turkey.

Stick with me on this one: Enver Gjokaj, who was the best and hottest part of Dollhouse, is launching a new webseries called Previously on Point Dume. It’s being described as Twin Peaks meets Clue, and has some serious camp. Then there’s this little nugget:

Gjokaj plays the "Lothario landscapist," Ron, as well as Ron's nemesis/doppleganger, Bron. And indeed, he never wears a shirt, and the first segment includes full-on Enver-on-Enver action. "They're kind of like enemies-slash-weirdly attracted to each other, because thye're both complete egomaniacs," explains Gjokaj. "We've got some bizarre things planned."

CBS Films showed a few pieces at ShoWest, and everyone yawned. Then they showed the upcoming Beastly, with Alex Pettyfer, Neil Patrick Harris, and Vanessa Hudgens, and the crowd of seen-it-all executives went nuts. I do »

- lostinmiami

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