Lonely Boy (I) (2013)
Revealed over at iam8bit, they’ve shared details on its double LP release, which comes with a 3D centerfold, a pin-up poster, liner notes, and more. Perfectly setting the tone, the 15-track release features Bee Gees, The Temptations, Kiss, Kool & The Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kiss, The Band, and more. Thanks to our friend Drew Morton, who’s put together a playlist on Spotify with all the tracks.
Get listening below as we await the film, which is rumored to stop by Cannes before it opens in May:
1. Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone – The Temptations
Production companies are Conspicuous Pictures and Verax Films in association with Dark Ash Films. The movie is produced by Joe Pezzula and Jonathan Brown. The executive producers are Leslie Osborne, Mark Relyea, Robert Hornak and Bill Eikost.
“Cruel Hearts” is currently shooting in the Los Angeles area.
Paul Osborne is directing from his own script, in which a young man discovers the woman he’s been sleeping with is married to a notorious crime boss and decides to tell him upfront about the transgression and beg for forgiveness. The ploy works, and the two men form an unstable friendship.
Aydin will portray the young man and Day is playing the crime boss. Aydin and Walters starred in 2013’s “Lonely Boy.”
Hardin is a regular on Amazon Studio’s “Transparent” as
Maybe the writers drag it out for a few seasons, playing on the will-they-won't-they tension, before finally biting the bullet and putting the couple together. And when they finally do... you wish they'd never gone there.
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1. Ten & Rose (Doctor Who)
Shippers, hear us out. The dynamic between Christopher Eccleston's haunted Time Lord and Billie Piper's fun, fiery Rose was a winner - not so much Will They / Won't They as an Are They / Aren't They (in love,
For its 30th annual ceremony, the awards for casting directors have moved from their usual fall slot to a late-January date that placed them in the middle of awards season. To accommodate the new date, this year’s eligibility period spanned 18 months instead of a single year, encompassing films released in the second half of 2013 and all of 2014.
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Csa also will honor Richard Linklater (Boyhood) with the Career Achievement Award, Rob Marshall (Into The Woods) with the New York Apple Award and casting director Ellen Lewis with the Hoyt Bowers Award. Due to the Artios Awards date change this year (from November to January), the eligibility period for film projects was expanded for this award ceremony only, to include films released theatrically from July 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014. Here’s the complete list of
One of the weirdest things about human beings is we’re all so very caught up in our own narcissistic deal that is blows our mind grapes wide open when the world keeps on spinning in our absence. And so it is that Rachel and Mercedes are completely bamboozled that there’s no red carpet or confetti or even just a parking lot parade to mark their return to McKinley for the newest last time that Sue has finally destroyed New Directions for now. Their main thing, though, is that they want the other one to admit to being the silver medalist in the Diva Olympics. First leg of the competition: Rachel’s front-and-center chair in the choir room,
In this third sequel we meet Wyatt and his family as they deal with a strange neighbor boy named Robbie (Brady Allen), who comes to stay with them after his mom is rushed to the hospital. Once Robbie arrives, strange things begin happening, which has sinister effects on everyone around him, including Wyatt.
Dread Central recently had the chance to chat with the precocious actor about his experiences working on Pa 4 and heard more about how he got involved, whether or not he was scared at all while making the movie, and what's coming up next with him.
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