4 items from 2011
Read our exclusive interview with Simon Rex, who portrays up-and-coming actor Kane Connor in the new drama-thriller ‘The Truth About Angels.’ The film, which is now available on Blu-ray and DVD, follows Kane’s high school friend Pablo, played by Antonio del Prete, who feels trapped in his turbulent marriage. As a struggling artist looking for his big break, Pablo goes to a Hollywood party with Kane, only to have his dreams slip away after being tempted by a mysterious party girl, Kristi, played by Dree Hemingway. Rex discusses with us, among other things, why he was attracted to the role of Kane, and what it was like working with first »
Title: The Truth About Angels Directed by: Lichelli Lazar-Lea (‘Stranded’) Starring: Antonio Del Prete (‘Mission: Impossible III’), Simon Rex and Dree Hemingway Many Americans have come to envy the lifestyles of celebrities and the monetary success they have come to achieve. While these stars seem to have the perfect existence to the rest of the world, few realize the conflicts they face during their personal lives. First time feature writer and director Lichelli Lazar-Lea unfortunately includes several cliched aspects in the plot of her thriller ‘The Truth About Angels’ to prove this point. Her lead character, struggling artist Pablo, is one such person who wants to emulate the celebrities’ success, »
Ernest Hemingway’s granddaughter Dree will appear in Indican Pictures’ upcoming suspense drama ‘The Truth About Angels,’ which is set to be released on October 11, 2011. The film, which was directed by Lichelli Lazar-Lea, follows Pablo, played by Antonio Del Prete, who is feeling trapped in his marriage to his wife, portrayed by Monique Gabriela Curnen. When his oldest friend Kane, played by Simon Rex, arrives with an offer Pablo can’t refuse, he’s introduced to the world of the ultra-exclusive. Pablo’s new world includes legendary parties and endless money. He’s also intrigued by the mysterious Kristi, played by Hemingway, and Pablo soon faces temptation. He soon becomes embroiled in the »
After some bit parts on TV, seemingly sweet ingénue Ashley Bell made her movie breakthrough with a terror-inducing turn in the chilling 2010 indie The Last Exorcism. With good buzz among critics and a shocking and twisted ad campaign, the low-budget flick with an unknown director took in more than 67 million dollars worldwide. And so it’s getting a sequel, terribly tentatively titled The Last Exorcism 2.
THR has revealed that Bell has entered final negotiations to reprise the role that scored her an Indie Spirit nomination last winter. At the time I noted, “Ashley Bell’s change from doe-eyed Daddy’s girl to neck-cracking demon child was as guttural and gripping as Ed Norton’s two-faced turn in Primal Fear.” So I’m admittedly eager to see her return to the rural setting for some more devilish doings.
In the meantime, Bell has scored a supporting role in a new interracial romance titled Chasing Shakespeare, »
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4 items from 2011
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