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Katherine McPhee’s You May Not Kiss The Bride On DVD February 5

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Katherine McPhee’s You May Not Kiss The Bride On DVD February 5
With the premiere of the second season of “Smash” coming soon to NBC, Katherine McPhee fans might be excited to know that more of their favorite actress will be available this February. Freestyle Digital Media’s “You May Not Kiss the Bride” is set to come out Feb. 5, 2013. The film, starring McPhee along with David Annable (“Brothers and Sisters”), Rob Schneider (“Grown Ups”), Mena Suvari (“American Beauty”) and Kathy Bates (“Midnight in Paris”), involves a pet photographer who somehow becomes the husband to a mobster’s daughter: “You May Not Kiss The Bride is a charming tale of adventurous high jinx and budding romance involving an unassuming pet photographer (Annable) [ Read More ]

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The Playroom Lands at Freestyle Releasing

Freestyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media have acquired theatrical and all DVD and VOD rights to The Playroom, directed by Julia Dyer. The drama, which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, is scheduled for a day-and-date release on theatrical and DVD/VOD Feb. 8.

John Hawkes, Molly Parker and Olivia Harris star in the story of a suburban family during the 1970s comprised of a pair of hard-drinking parents and the teenaged daughter desperately trying to keep her three younger siblings distracted from the chaos. Stephen Dyer (Hysteria) and Angie Meyer (Wuss) produced. Here's what Freestyle president Susan Jackson had to say about the drama.

"Julia Dyer has created a beautiful time machine back to the '70s. The film is a bird's eye view of a tumultuous period told from the perspective of children."

Jackson, head of acquisitions Chris Charalambous and Bill Straus of Bgp and Jonathan Gray of Gray,
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Julia Dyers’ The Playroom Acquired By Freestyle; John Hawkes Drama Set For Feb. 8th Release

Freestyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media announce today that they have acquired theatrical and all DVD and VOD rights to The Playroom, the critically acclaimed drama directed by Julia Dyer (.Late Bloomers.), which stars Academy Award-nominee John Hawkes (.Winter.s Bone,. .The Sessions.) and Molly Parker (Dexter, The Firm). The film, which premiered in the gala/spotlight section of this year.s Tribeca Film Festival, was produced by Stephen Dyer (.Hysteria.) and Angie Meyer (.Wuss.), and is slated for a day and date release on theatrical and DVD/VOD February 8th, 2013.

Set in the suburbs during the 1970s, the story unfolds like a dream wrapped around a family drama, one in which all members of the Cantwell family struggle to find their way in a rapidly changing world. Maggie (newcomer Olivia Harris) is a vulnerable yet tempestuous teenager who acts as big sister and surrogate mother to her three younger siblings.
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Trailer Trash – Issue 16

Welcome to issue 16 of Trailer Trash our series showcasing the latest trailer releases – this issue once again features our all-new “excitement-o-meter” where we rate (in exclamation marks on a scale of 1 to 5) each and every trailer by how excited we are to see the film after watching it. This issue of Trailer Trash includes new trailers for Identity Thief, Stoker, Paranormal Activity 4, Vamps, Gambit, Price Check and You May Not Kiss the Bride.

Identity Thief

Unlimited funds have allowed Diana (Melissa McCarthy) to live it up on the outskirts of Miami, where the queen of retail buys whatever strikes her fancy. There’s only one glitch: The ID she’s using to finance these sprees reads “Sandy Bigelow Patterson”… and it belongs to an accounts rep who lives halfway across the U.S. With only one week to hunt down the con artist before his world implodes, the real
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Film Review: Katherine McPhee Nearly Saves ‘You May Not Kiss the Bride’

Rating: 2.0/5.0

Chicago – Rob Hedden’s “You May Not Kiss the Bride” with Dave Annable, Katharine McPhee, and Rob Schneider is the kind of modest romantic comedy with wacky hijinks and likable central characters that one typically stumbles upon in a video store or when cycling through new On Demand options. Before that happens, the mediocre honeymoon from hell pic is getting a minor theatrical release in some markets, including Chicago, starting this weekend. The charisma and comic timing of the film’s female leads make up for some of the screenwriting rough patches but not enough to justify a trip to the theater.

Annable (“Brothers & Sisters,” “666 Park Avenue”) plays Bryan Lighthouse, the owner of a Chicago pet photography studio called Lighthouse Photography. Bryan’s assistant Tonya (Mena Suvari) is a troublemaker who happens to have an unhealthy crush on our affable hero. One day, Tonya accidentally allows a cat into
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You May Not Kiss the Bride Movie Review

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You May Not Kiss the Bride Movie Review
Title: You May Not Kiss the Bride Director: Rob Hedden Starring: Dave Annable, Katharine McPhee, Ken Davitian, Vinnie Jones, Mena Suvari, Rob Schneider, Tia Carrere, Kevin Dunn, Howard Bishop, Kathy Bates, Stephen Tobolowsky An uneven action-comedy of unconvincingly forced hijinks, “You May Not Kiss the Bride” plays like a strange, misbegotten mash-up of “The Bounty Hunter,” “Green Card,” “Get Shorty” and “The Big Bounce.” The cross-pollinated ensemble story of an arranged marriage, unlikely budding romances and a bunch of criminal mischief and double-crossing, it’s amiable yet still consistently wearying — a movie that never figures out a way to stitch together all of its incongruous elements. After a mishap involving a customer’s [ Read More ]
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Freestyle Releasing Gets Its Hands On Some “Jinn”

Freestyle Releasing Gets Its Hands On Some “Jinn”
Last week, Freestyle Releasing acquired the theatrical rights to Jinn, a supernatural thriller that stars Ray Park (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, X-men) as Gabriel, an awesome looking creature based on folklore. We also have the Firebreather, a “V8, 618 horsepower super exotic American muscle car with 50 limited editions being produced as the exact replica of the vehicle in the film” and based on a fifth generation Chevy Camaro. The film comes from Exxodus Pictures, a Detroit based company, so the car is an ode to the Detroit automobile industry.

Anywho, we have the press release announcing Freestyle’s purchase of Jinn for you below. The movie definitely bears watching.

Los Angeles, CA -Freestyle Releasing has acquired the domestic theatrical rights to Jinn, a tension filled supernatural thriller from Detroit-based Exxodus Pictures. The film, written and directed by Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, was produced by Ahmad and Benjamin Dresser,
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Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad’s Thriller Jinn Acquired by Freestyle Releasing

Los Angeles, CA – Freestyle Releasing has acquired the domestic theatrical rights to Jinn, a tension filled supernatural thriller from Detroit-based Exxodus Pictures. The film, written and directed by Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, was produced by Ahmad and Benjamin Dresser, and stars Ray Park (“Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace”), Faran Tahir (“Iron Man”, “Star Trek”), William Atherton (“Die Hard”, “Ghostbusters”), Serinda Swan (A&E’s “Breakout Kings”), and Dominic Rains (“Flight 93″). Richard Mandell, Najam Syed and Shahid Syed executive produced the film for Exxodus. A release date for the film will be announced in the forthcoming weeks.

The amazing story of Jinn involves ancient mythological creatures who have never been seen in U.S. cinemas before. The premise of the jinn concept, known to over 1 billion people around the world, involves supernatural entities and revolves around creation mythology: In the beginning, three were created; man made of clay; angels
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Freestyle Acquires Jinn for Us Theatrical Release

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It has been announced that Freestyle Releasing has acquired Us theatrical rights to the supernatural thriller, Jinn:

Freestyle Releasing has acquired the domestic theatrical rights to Jinn, a tension filled supernatural thriller from Detroit-based Exxodus Pictures. The film, written and directed by Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, was produced by Ahmad and Benjamin Dresser, and stars Ray Park (“Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace”), Faran Tahir (“Iron Man”, “Star Trek”), William Atherton (“Die Hard”, “Ghostbusters”), Serinda Swan (A & E’s “Breakout Kings”), and Dominic Rains (“Flight 93″). Richard Mandell, Najam Syed and Shahid Syed executive produced the film for Exxodus. A release date for the film will be announced in the forthcoming weeks.

The amazing story of Jinn involves ancient mythological creatures who have never been seen in U.S. cinemas before. The premise of the jinn concept, known to over 1 billion people around the world, involves supernatural entities and
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Cool Clicks: Watch For the 'Silver Linings Playbook' Poster

We scour the interwebs for the coolest movie news and more so you don't have to ...

We still think he's a little too old for her, but they certainly look cute together. Check out Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence on the first official poster for "Silver Linings Playbook," on display at Fandango.

We have to admit, we never pictured Elizabeth to be as hot as Keira Knightley when we read "Pride and Prejudice" back in high school. BuzzSugar hits the books with a look at some of the required reading from yesteryear that's been adapted for the big screen.

Speaking of high school, Complex couldn't help but notice "The Inbetweeners," as funny and outrageous as it is, couldn't help but fall into a handful of what's known as "high school comedy movie cliches." Here are the top ten of such things.

For every "The Avengers," there's an "Elektra." Upon the upcoming release of "Dredd 3D,
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Katharine McPhee, Kathy Bates, Rob Schneider Comedy You May Not Kiss The Bride Opens Sept. 21st

Freestyle Digital Media and Hawaii Film Partners Distribution have joined forces to release the new tropical adventure-comedy-romance You May Not Kiss The Bride, written and directed by Rob Hedden (.Clockstoppers.). The film, which was produced by Rann Watumull, Gina Watumull, David Jackson and Shauna Shapiro Jackson, stars Katharine McPhee (.Smash.), Dave Annable (.Brothers and Sisters.), Rob Schneider (.Grown Ups.), Mena Suvari (.American Beauty.) and Kathy Bates (.Midnight in Paris.). You May Not Kiss The Bride is slated for a red carpet destination premiere in Honolulu, with its U.S. mainland theatrical release to follow in additional markets including Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.

You May Not Kiss The Bride is a charming tale of adventurous high jinx and budding romance involving an unassuming pet photographer (Annable) who is thrown head first into a series of unforeseeable events when he’s forced to marry a Croatian mobster.s daughter (McPhee) and
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McPhee And Schneider Bring The Laughs In You May Not Kiss The Bride

McPhee And Schneider Bring The Laughs In You May Not Kiss The Bride
“Smash” star Katherine McPhee teams up with comedy veteran Rob Schneider (“The Hot Chick,” “The Wedding Singer”) in the zany comedy film, “You May Not Kiss the Bride.” The film also stars Dave Annabelle (“Brothers & Sisters,” “Little Black Book”), who plays Bryan Lighthouse, a mild mannered pet photographer who is forced to marry a Croation mobster’s daughter (McPhee) and retreat to a secluded Tahitian resort for a honeymoon that is full of comedic hijinks, a bridal kidnapping, and a little romance. According to cinemablend.com, Schneider brings his usual quirky comedy stylings as Ernesto, a daredevil helicopter pilot who works in Tahiti. The film also stars Ken Davitian (“The Artist,” [ Read More ]
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Rob Schneider, Patricia Azarcoya Arce marry in private ceremony

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"Deuce Bigalow" and "Grown-Ups" star Rob Schneider is officially off the market, ladies. 

People reports that Schneider married television producer Patricia Azarcoya Arce on Saturday, Apr. 23, in a private ceremony in Beverly Hills. 

In a statement, Schneider, 47, says, "Patricia and I were surrounded by our closest friends and family; it was the happiest day of my life. We had a great time at the wedding and are looking forward to our honeymoon."

Schneider was previously married to London King. The two divorced in 1990 and have one child together. Schneider has a few projects in the works, including "You May Not Kiss The Bride" and "The Outback."
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The Knot movie to star Mena Suvari, Talulah Riley, Noel Clark

Mena Suvari, Talulah Riley and Noel Clarke to star in The Knot romantic comedy which starts filming this week in London. They join Matthew McNulty, Jason Maza and Juliet Oldfield. The is being produced via Clarke's Unstoppable Entertainment with New Treatment. Jesse Lawrence directs from the script by Clarke, Davie Fairbanks and Geoff Carino. The Knot follows a couple who are about to tied the knot but their dream day is spoiled by a series of mishaps, including missing bridesmaids and crashed cars. Suvari has completed work on Lance Kawas' Restitution thriller alongside C. Thomas Howell, William Sadler and Tom Arnold. Other projects include You May Not Kiss the Bride comedy
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Mena Suvari Marries For Second Time in Italy

Mena Suvari Marries For Second Time in Italy
Mena Suvari married concert producer Simone Sestito on June 26 in Vatican City, People is reporting. The ‘American Pie’ actress and her fiancee had a private church ceremony, with a private reception following outside of the city. The two met at the Toronto Film Festival in 2007, and became engaged a year later. They chose to marry in Rome because Sestito has family who lives near the city. He told the magazine in 2008 that he and Suvari “…understood each other. She’s very caring and understanding. There was a connection.” While the 31-year-old actress, who next appears in the comedy ‘You May Not Kiss The Bride’ with Dave Annable, is only six [...]
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Mena Suvari marries Simone Sestito in Italy

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Mena Suvari, best known for her roles in "American Beauty" and the "American Pie" franchise, has married concert producer Simone Sestito in Italy. People confirms that the ceremony took place in Vatican City, with a private reception following.

Suvari, 31, met Sestito, 25, at the Toronto Film Festival in 2007. They have been engaged since 2008. The majority of Sestito's family lives in Rome, hence the location for the wedding. A friend of the couple says, "The ceremony was truly unique and Mena looked breathtaking. They are very much in love."

Last Saturday, June 19, Suvari tweeted: "Well, L♥vers, here we go!!! LolI'm about to board flight for Roma! I'm so excited, I can't wait! (Except for the loooooonnnng travel from La, which I'm not particularly looking forward to! Lol)Everyone at the airline has been so friendly & I'm thrilled to be reunited with @issimomusic and experience All the magic that is Italy!I
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Mena Suvari Weds in Italy

Mena Suvari Weds in Italy
It was a day to remember for actress Mena Suvari and concert producer Simone Sestito, who were married Saturday in a private church in Vatican City, Italy, People has confirmed. "The ceremony was truly unique and Mena looked breathtaking," says a guest. "They are very much in love." The two, who have been engaged since 2008, planned a private reception following their ceremony outside of the city. Suvari, 31, and Sestito, 25, met at the Toronto Film Festival in 2007. The couple chose Rome as their wedding locale because most of Sestito's family lives near the city. "We just understood each other," Sestito told
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The Notable Films of 2010: Part Eleven

One month, 280 films and 70,000 words later, my guide to the films of 2010 is now complete. I hope you've enjoyed reading it all - it's been utterly exhausting but an ultimately rewarding venture I've been single-handedly pulling together since early December. If you have liked it, my only request is that you help spread the word about it now that it's all done.

If you're a fellow blogger or site owner, please give it a plug on your site. If you're a reader, give it a mention on Facebook, Twitter or other online places you might venture. A lot of effort went into this, the greatest reward so far has been seeing it talked about and hearing your reactions. I'm glad many of you have gotten a lot of use out of the previous pages, so I hope you enjoy this final part:

Vincere

Opens: 2010

Cast: Filippo Timi, Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Corrado Invernizzi,
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Schneider Kisses Bride

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Rob Schneider will appear in You May Not Kiss The Bride. The film is written and will be directed by Rob Hedden (The Condemned). It centers on a pet photographer who gets mixed up with the Croatian mob while he is in Hawaii on his honeymoon with the daughtero of a gangster. Vinnie Jones, Katherine McPhee, Mena Suvari and Tia Carrere are all also involved. Hey, if Schneider can keep getting jobs in spite of never once in his cinematic career being likable, more power to him. And hey, if this...
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Rob Schneider joins 'You May Not Kiss the Bride'

Rob Schneider has signed up to star in forthcoming romantic comedy 'You May Not Kiss the Bride.' According to The Hollywood Reporter the film follows the exploits of an America pet photographer who gets embroiled with Eastern European gangsters while on honeymoon with a mobster's daughter. Schneider will play a helicopter pilot based in Tahiti. Dave Annable, Vinnie Jones, Katharine McPhee, Mena Suvari, Tia Carrere and Ken Davitia have already been cast. Rob Hedden is directing from his own script. Filming is underway in Hawaii.
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