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Michael Cudlitz and Bryan Cranston to Star in The Grief Tourist

30 August 2010 4:46 PM, PDT | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

Vision Entertainment Group has partnered with Suzanne De Laurentiis Productions to produce a new mystery thriller titled the The Grief Tourist. A disturbed and troubled soul, Jim Tahana, retraces the footsteps of serial killers who fascinate him as his hobby. His dark obsession with past killers soon becomes his reality and leads viewers on a menacing and horrific journey inside his twisted mind.

Cast for the film include Michael Cudlitz (Southland, A River Runs Through It, Grosse Point Blank, Running Scared, The Negotiator) and Emmy Award Winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad).

Vision Entertainment Group founders and producers Zachery Bryan (Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Game of their Lives (opposite Gerard Butler), Held For Ransom (opposite Dennis Hopper)), and Adam Targum writing/producing credits include Fox’s “Standoff,” CBS’s “Eleventh Hour” and “CSI:ny” as well as the feature film, “The Good Student,” team up with Suzanne De Laurentiis “10th & Wolf, »

- Allan Ford

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Bryan Cranston and Michael Cudlitz Take on The Grief Tourist

30 August 2010 2:53 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Only one day removed from his third consecutive Emmy win, Bryan Cranston (TV’s Breaking Bad) is now attached to star in the mystery thriller The Grief Tourist alongside Michael Cudlitz (TV’s Southland).  Per the press release, the film revolves around Jim Tahana, a troubled man whose hobby is retracing the footsteps of the serial killers who fascinate him.  In addition to The Grief Tourist, Cranston is also appearing in a slew of upcoming films including: Nicholas Winding Refn’s (Bronson) Drive, Tony Kaye’s (American History X) Detachment, and another starring role in the thriller Leave.

The Grief Tourist is directed by Suri Krishnamma (New Year’s Day) and was penned by veteran actor Frank John Hughes (who also wrote the above mentioned Leave).  Hit the jump for the full press release.

Here’s the press release:

Los Angeles, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ — Vision Entertainment Group has partnered with Suzanne »

- Jason Barr

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Bryan Cranston and Michael Cudlitz Join The Grief Tourist

30 August 2010 11:10 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Bryan Cranston starring in The Grief Tourist Vision Entertainment Group has partnered with Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions to produce a new mystery thriller titled the The Grief Tourist. A disturbed and troubled soul, Jim Tahana, retraces the footsteps of serial killers who fascinate him as his hobby. His dark obsession with past killers soon becomes his reality and leads viewers on a menacing and horrific journey inside his twisted mind.

Cast for the film include Michael Cudlitz, (Southland, A River Runs Through It, Grosse Pointe Blank, Running Scared, and The Negotiator) and Emmy Award Winner Bryan Cranston, (Breaking Bad).

Vision Entertainment Group founders and producers Zachery Ty Bryan, (The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Game of Their Lives, Held for Ransom) and Adam Targum (Fox's Standoff, CBS's Eleventh Hour and CSI: NY as well as the feature film, The Good Student) team up with Suzanne DeLaurentiis (10th & Wolf, Soul Fire Rising, »

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World Cup sensation Paul the octopus becomes celluloid cephalopod

26 July 2010 5:55 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Deep-sea psychic who shot to fame for his uncanny football predictions is subject of film The Murder of Paul the Octopus

World Cup heroes make easy subjects for stirring cinema, be they real-life (The Game of their Lives, Zidane, The Miracle of Bern) or, usually more lucratively, fictional (Goal!, Sixty Six, Mike Bassett: England Manager). And now it seems the big star of this year's contest is to follow suit, for production has already wrapped on The Murder of Paul the Octopus, a fictional take on the eight-limbed beastie whose knack for predicting the match outcomes won him worldwide fame.

The film, a co-production between China Film Group Corporation and Beijing Filmblog Media Company, was shot over the past few weeks in South Africa using a body double, owing to the indisposition of the real Paul, who has gone into retirement. Release is scheduled for August. According to Sky News, »

- Catherine Shoard

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'Little Red Wagon' pic finds director

4 March 2010 2:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Anspaugh has signed to direct the inspirational tale "Little Red Wagon," based on the story of 12-year-old Zach Bonner, an advocate for homeless youth.

Patrick Sheane Duncan ("Mr. Holland's Opus") is writing the screenplay about Bonner, who as a 7-year-old used his wagon to collect water and supplies in Tampa, Fla., for victims of 2004's Hurricane Charley. A year later, he formed the Little Red Wagon nonprofit to help underprivileged kids.

The film is being funded by the John Templeton Foundation through the Philanthropy Project and will be produced in association with Anonymous Content. Launched in 2007 through a Templeton Foundation grant, the Philanthropy Project is a nonprofit that uses the moving image to inspire citizen philanthropy.

Producing are the Philanthropy Project's Michael Guillen and Anonymous' David Kanter, with Barbara Kelly and Anonymous' Steve Golin as executive producers.

Principal photography is expected to begin in the spring as Bonner launches »

- By Gregg Kilday

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David Anspaugh Signs on to Direct Little Red Wagon

4 March 2010 9:47 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Award-winning director David Anspaugh (Rudy, Hoosiers) has finalized an agreement to direct Little Red Wagon, a feature film written by Patrick Sheane Duncan (Mr. Holland's Opus) and inspired by the true story of 12-year-old homeless youth advocate Zach Bonner. Funded by the John Templeton Foundation (Templeton.org) under the auspices of its Philanthropy Project, and produced in association with Anonymous Content, the film is executive produced by Steve Golin of Anonymous Content and Barbara Kelly and produced by Philanthropy Project's Dr. Michael Guillen, a best-selling author and three-time Emmy winner known for his 14-year post as ABC News science editor, in partnership with David Kanter of Anonymous Content.

Principal photography is expected to begin this spring, coinciding with Zach Bonner's "March Across America" - launching in Tallahassee on April 7 and culminating in Los Angeles in September - to raise awareness and funds for homeless children in America.

"Little Red Wagon is an inspiring, »

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