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AnnaSophia Robb Cast In ‘Words On Bathroom Walls’; Richie Stephens Joins Vera Atkins Biopic

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AnnaSophia Robb is set to co-star opposite Charlie Plummer (All the Money in the World) and Taylor Russell (Lost in Space) in the Thor Freudenthal-directed film adaptation of Words On Bathroom Walls, based on Julia Walton’s debut novel. Plummer plays Adam, a high schooler living with paranoid schizophrenia and battling wild hallucinations. Luckily, an experimental drug trial promises to help hide his illness from his peers and most importantly from Maya, the girl of his dreams. Robb will play Rebecca, one of the main characters in Adam’s hallucinations who acts as a conduit for the feelings that he cannot express. Nick Naveda wrote the screenplay which Ld Entertainment financing and Mickey Liddell and Pete Shilaimon are producing. Robb, whose upcoming projects include the supernatural drama, Down A Dark Hall for Lionsgate, Freakshow, produced by Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films, and the PBS Civil War mini-series Mercy Street,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Richie Stephens

Have you have come across an actor that seems as if they were built to be a villain? You know what I am talking about — that actor that if you were to see them playing anything other than the antagonist in a film, the entire film would be ruined. Richie Stephens is making a very successful career out of being the villain you love to hate. The Irish-born actor has carved himself a nice little space in the Hollywood landscape and although he is relatively unknown, his ability to take on the role of the villain is uncanny. Whether

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Richie Stephens
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Exclusive interview: Irish actor Richie Stephens on starring in Amazon’s Lore

Long and lean Irish actor Richie Stephens guest-stars on the original horror series Lore for Amazon. The third episode sees him cast as a villainous cousin named Jack Dunne who spreads superstitious malfeasance. Titled “Black Stockings”, the episode is a detailed look at the 19th-century Irish belief in Changelings, a fairy left after a human is taken by fairies. The story is entwined with a modern-day murder case of a man who killed his wife while running in the park using the Irish “Changeling” defense. Lore is a new six-part anthology series based on the popular podcast by Aaron Mahnke....read more
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New Criminal Minds Season 11,Episode 9 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 9 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Internal Affairs," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff take place as an underground internet drug syndicate becomes the main focus of the Bau team in their latest investigation, and more. In the new, 9th episode press release: When The Bau Looks Into The Disappearances Of DEA Agents, An Underground Internet Drug Syndicate Becomes The Investigation's Focus, On "Criminal Minds," Wednesday, Dec. 2. Press release number 2: After two undercover DEA agents are murdered and a third goes missing, the Bau will join the Nsa to investigate whether an underground Internet drug syndicate is involved. Also, Hotch will hope the team's work with the Nsa brings them closer to finding the "Dirty Dozen" hitmen ring. Guest stars feature: Andrew Borba (Tony Axelrod), Richie Stephens (Jacob Dufour
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Film Review: Fruitvale Station (2013): Realism’s Potency in Cinema

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Fruitvale Station (2013) Film Review, a movie directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Chad Michael Murray, Kevin Durand, Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer, Ahna O’Reilly, Melonie Diaz, Ariana Neal, Richie Stephens, Mahal Montoya, Jonez Cain, Joey Oglesby, Tressa Ohler, Arlene Barshinger, and Thomas Dalby. Fruitvale Station is the best film [...]

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