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On tap right now we have the first bits of artwork and a still from the new flick featuring horror icon Tony Todd, entitled Live Evil. Honestly, can you think of a better way to start your work week? Check it out.
Directed by Ari Kirschenbaum, Live Evil stars Vladimir Kulich (13th Warrior, "Vikings"), Charlene Amoia (American Reunion, "How I Met Your Mother"), Vincent Ward ("The Walking Dead") and Tony Todd (Candyman, Final Destination).
No official synopsis is available at press time, but we can tell you that the undead will be running rampant. That's never a bad thing.
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- Uncle Creepy
Ten years ago, Love Actually hit theaters, and with it came an endlessly re-watchable Christmastime collection of love stories that are actually, well, all around us. The film explored 10 separate vignettes — some heartwarming and hilarious, some tragic and heartbreaking – that saw its characters “get the sh–” kicked out of them by love. To celebrate the film’s legacy, we reached out to the film’s cast to talk about their storylines, and for the rest of the week, we’ll be sharing some of their behind-the-scenes takes.
First-time director Richard Curtis really knew what he was doing when he put »
- Jodi Walker
The cast of upcoming Jackie Chan action comedy Skiptrace is now complete with word that Seann William Scott will join the iconic action star and Fan Bingbing in the Us / China co-production. Scott will play an American gambler recruited by a Hong Kong detective to help get his niece out of trouble with a local crime boss. Read the full announcement below.Los Angeles, CA (October 21 2013) - Seann William Scott (American Reunion, Role Models) has joined Jackie Chan (Rush Hour, The Karate Kid) and Fan Bingbing (X-men: Days Of Future Past) in Academy Award nominated director Sam Fell's action comedy Skiptrace, it was announced today by Exclusive Media's Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East and Beijing based Talent International Film Co., Ltd.'s President...
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Following a breakthrough role in American Pie, actor Seann William Scott eventually found a place as the comedic relief in action comedies like Evolution, Bulletproof Monk and The Rundown. But lately, the actor has been pretty low key with voice roles in the Ice Age franchise, smaller profile films like Goon, an episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and, of course, a return as Stifler in American Reunion. Now we have word from THR that Scott is getting back into action in a film called Skiptrace, and this time he'll team up with action veteran Jackie Chan for Paranorman and The Tale of Despereaux director Sam Fell. In addition, Chan and Scott will be joined by Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing in the action adventure set up at Exclusive Media and China's own Talent International Film Col. Chan came up with the story which follows a good cop (Chan) whose »
- Ethan Anderton
Seann William Scott (American Reunion, Role Models) has joined Jackie Chan (Rush Hour, The Karate Kid) and Fan Bingbing (X-men: Days Of Future Past) in Academy Award nominated director Sam Fell’s action comedy Skiptrace, it was announced today by Exclusive Media’s Co-Chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East and Beijing based Talent International Film Co., Ltd.’s President Esmond Ren.
Set to start production on January 13, 2014, Skiptrace will be produced as a Sino-Foreign co-production by Exclusive Media and Talent International (北京唐德国际电影文化有限公司) (Chinese Zodiac 12), who will also co-finance the film. In addition to starring, Chan is a producer on Skiptrace.
Based on Chan’s original idea, Skiptrace is written by Jay Longino and co-written by The Sitter scribes Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka, and David Posamentier and Geoff Moore (Better Living Through Chemistry).
The film follows Bennie Black (Jackie Chan), a Hong Kong detective who has been tracking notorious crime »
- Michelle McCue
Another casting announcement for you tonight: Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness) has landed the female lead opposite Chris Evans (Captain America: The First Avenger) in his directorial debut, 1:30 Train. The indie romantic dramedy was written by Oscar-winner Ronald Bass (Rain Man). Seann William Scott (Goon) will star opposite Jackie Chan (Chinese Zodiac) in Skiptrace, directed by Sam Fell (ParaNorman) in his live-action debut. Fan Bingbing (X-Men: Days of Future Past) also stars in this action-adventure film. Hit the jump for more on both pictures. First up from The Wrap is news that Eve will star in 1:30 Train, a picture that follows "two people who meet in a train station and share a night of romantic adventures before the woman must catch the next train back to New York. Evans will play a down-on-his-luck saxophone player who helps a young woman (Eve) in need and ends up falling for her. »
- Dave Trumbore
The creative team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are at it again. As the duo gets ready to put together The Interview (which Lizzy Caplan just joined), and are also hard at work on their animated film Sausage Party, we’re now hearing that the two are adding another project to their plate.
Titled Cherries, Rogen and Goldberg will produce and re-write the script for directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, who are most well known for Harold & Kumar series. The film will follow three fathers who are out to prevent their daughters from going through with a pact that they’ve made to lose their virginity on prom night.
Hurwitz and Schlossberg are no strangers to raunchy comedy, with the aforementioned Harold & Kumar series under their belts as well as the most recent entry in the American Pie series: American Reunion. Though their films don’t always receive the most positive reviews, »
- Matt Joseph
While the first script that Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg wrote together, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, had what it took to not only get produced, but also become a stoner comedy smash hit and the start of a film franchise, their subsequent work together has seen a law of diminishing returns as far as the laugh factor is concerned. After the first Harold & Kumar they were tapped to both write and direct a sequel, Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, write and produce a trilogy-capper A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, and write and direct the most recent entry in the American Pie abomination, American Reunion. Other than with the obvious exception of Waffle Bot in A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, these movies have arguably been void of any funny jokes, and were certainly nowhere near as funny as the first Harold & Kumar movie, so what’s it going to take to get some more chuckles »
- Nathan Adams
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have another project now in their increasing gut-busting catalogue and having just added the adorable Lizzy Caplan to The Interview, we’ve news of another team-up. This Is The End duo will produce Harold & Kumar creators Jon Hurwitz & Hayden Schlossberg’s raunchy comedy Cherries. The duo made their directorial debut with Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay after writing the first film.
Hurwitz and Schlossberg will rewrite a previous draft by Brian & Jim Kehoe of the story following three fathers determined to stop their daughters from entering a pact to lose their virginity on prom night. The project is being described as an adult version of American Pie, told from a parental point-of-view, which may be handy given they also helmed the decent-enough sequel American Pie: Reunion.
The post Harold & Kumar Creators To Pop ‘Cherries’ In Next Project appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Craig Hunter
It sounds like This is The End directors Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are going to be pretty busy over the next couple years. The duo is gearing up for The Interview (which just gained Lizzy Caplan) and also prepping their animated venture Sausage Party. Now they're producing a new comedy for another duo as Deadline reports Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle writers Jon Hurwitz & Hayden Schlossberg (who directed Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay) will direct a raunchy comedy once titled Cherries. The duo are currently doing a quick rewrite on the script from newcomers Brian & Jim Kehoe. The story sounds right up the alley of the duo just coming off directing American Reunion as it basically feels like the parental side of the plot of American Pie. The story follows three fathers who are determined to stop their daughters from following through with a pact to lose their virginity on prom night. »
- Ethan Anderton
The story centers on three suburban fathers who try to stop their daughters from fulfilling a pact they all made to lose their virginity at the prom. The directors will do a pass on the original script by Brian Kehoe and Jim Kehoe.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are producing alongside James Weaver, Chris Fenton and the directors. Good Universe's Nathan Kahane and Joseph Drake are executive producing. No production schedule was given.
Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are best known for writing Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle. They also wrote and directed the sequel Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo and last year's American Reunion.
After directing American Reunion and writing A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have settled on their next project. Nearly a year ago, we reported that Hurwitz and Schlossberg were eyeing the R-rated comedy Cherries as a directorial vehicle. Now Deadline reports that Hurwitz and Schlossberg have officially signed on to direct the project for Good Universe, with production set to begin early next year. The story centers on three dads who are determined to stop the pact their daughters made to lose their virginity on prom night. The premise easily lends itself to some promising hijinks assuming the right cast is assembled, and Hurwitz and Schlossberg certainly have experience in the R-rated comedy department. The duo will also do a pass on the existing script by Brian and Jim Kehoe and are producing alongside the This Is the End team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. »
- Adam Chitwood
Exclusive: At Nathan Kahane and Joe Drake’s Good Universe, Jon Hurwitz & Hayden Schlossberg are set to direct the racy untitled comedy once called Cherries, and Point Grey’s Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and James Weaver are teaming with the directors and Dmg Entertainment’s Chris Fenton to produce an R-rated comedy that will start production early next year. Hurwitz & Schlossberg are doing a pass on the original script by sibling scribes Brian & Jim Kehoe. Here’s the premise, which already has me thinking of who could play the three fathers who are determined to prevent their daughters from making good on a pact to lose their virginity on prom night. The Point Grey guys have a knack for edgy comedies (This Is The End), and so do Hurwitz & Schlossberg, who wrote and scripted American Reunion after writing Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, then writing and directing Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
First announced for development last fall under the title Cherries , Good Universe's original sex comedy has found a directing pair in American Reunion 's Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg. Deadline reports that they'll helm the now-untitled project which will include Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg among its producers. Scripted by Brian and Jim Kehoe, the comedy follows a trio of fathers who learn that their respective daughters have made a collective pact to lose their virginity on prom night. Together, the hapless dads set out to prevent that from happening. Rogen and Goldberg, who recently made their directorial debut with This is the End , join Chris Cowles, Joe Drake, Chris Fention Nathan Kahane and James Weaver as producers on the comedy, which is eyeing an early 2014 »
Jennifer Coolidge has suggested that her career continues to thrive because she stays away from overtly serious roles.
In an interview with Parade, Coolidge explained why she prefers to take comedic parts over appearing in dramatic movies.
"I don't think my career would be as good if I were a serious actress," she said. "Comedy is less age-conscious.
"I did a serious part once and I got in a cab during that time, and the driver told me, 'I like it better when you make me laugh'. There you have it!"
Coolidge went on to admit that she is constantly amazed by the popularity of the American Pie franchise.
"We did a European press tour for American Reunion last year and I felt like one of the Beatles, »
Did you miss 'Sharknado' the first time around? Well you now have the opportunity to get it screened in your own town. Following its Syfy premiere and subsequent social media hysteria the redonkulous flying shark flick is getting released into select theatres and you can vote for a screening near you. Fans have the chance to submit their requests online to get the movie screened in their town as part of a special, one-night only theatrical engagement on 2 September. It'll then get released onto DVD and VOD the following day. Tara Reid -below ('American Reunion'), Ian Ziering ('Beverly Hills 90210'), Cassie Scerbo ('Make It or Break It') and John Heard ('Home Alone') all star. Locations will be announced based on fan submissions, just head below to get your town down! »
NBC's Chicago Fire drama has added Mena Suvari as Isabella, a close friend of Monica Raymond's Dawson, reports Deadline. Her character is brought on to aid Christian Stolte's Mouch in his campaign as Chicago Firefighters Union President. Isabella and Mouch are strictly professional, but something sparks between Isabella and one of Mouch's firefighting colleagues. Suvari's most-recent credits include American Reunion as well as The Knot alongside Noel Clarke, Mena Suvair and Matthew McNulty. She's in post-production phase on Travis Oates' Last Stop sci-fi horror along with Brian Austin Green, Joanne Kelly, Fiona Gubelmann and Robert Picardo, as well as the A Bet's a Bet comedy, starring with Kristin Chenoweth, Eric Robers, Geoff Stults and Jonathan Silverman. »
It's the movie everybody's talking about. Since premiering on SyFy on July 11, Asylum's Sharknado has quickly transcended its B-movie schlock-horror roots and become a bonafide cultural phenomenon. Ratings have soared on repeat viewings, it's heading to cinemas for special midnight screenings and celebrities from Mia Farrow to Wil Wheaton joined in as it became a social media phenomenon.
Tara Reid is at the centre of the mayhem as April Wexler, who reunites with her estranged husband Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) as a freak tornado sends sharks hurtling through Los Angeles. As the film gets ready for its Us cinema debut and UK broadcast on SyFy, Digital Spy got on the phone with Tara to talk fear of fins, John and Edward's almost-cameo and taking Sharknado 2 to New York.
Are you excited about your UK fans getting the chance to see Sharknado?
"Absolutely! I hope they enjoy it, the ridiculous »
The Dominican actress wrote on Twitter Monday (July 15), "I am proud 2 Announce our 2 New Bundles Of Joy! Yes, I'm having Twins! & No They Do not Belong 2 Mr. Spence. Lol. 13-5-22."
Rosie and Spence shared a passionate kiss at the end of the most recent episode, after being attracted to each other all season. On "Devious Maids," Ramirez plays a widow, who came to America to find work, leaving her baby behind with her mother.
"I am proud 2 Announce our 2 New Bundles Of Joy! Yes, I'm having Twins!" wrote Ramirez on her official Twitter account.
The actress, who plays Rosie Falta on the Lifetime network series, posted on the Instagram social network a photograph of an ultrasound on which the shapes of two foetuses can be made out.
The two babies will be the first children of the actress and her husband, film director Bev Land, whom she married in February.
- Shiva Prakash
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