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New Stills from Besties Shows High School Drama Mixed with Deadly Intentions

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New Stills from Besties Shows High School Drama Mixed with Deadly Intentions
Besties,” an indie film created by writer/director Rebecca Cutter (“The Mentalist”), will soon be available on Video On Demand Jan. 21. The film, which premiered at Fantastic Fest, stars Olivia Crocicchia, Madison Riley, Bobby Soto, Chris Backus, and Corin Nemec (“The Stand”), will be available to be downloaded from all the major venues, such as Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Samsung, Comcast, Cox, Dish Network and many others. “Besties” is a film about a high schooler who becomes entangled in a dangerous relationship: “Hoping to forge a friendship with the most popular girl in school, Sandy arranges to be left at home under Ashley’s supervision while her father goes out of [ Read More ]

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Exclusive: Michael Biehn digs up details about the making of ‘Tombstone’

By Todd Gilchrist

On April 27, Tombstone arrives on Blu-ray. The film, one of two competing efforts to chronicle the life of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp, encountered almost historic problems when the film’s original writer-director, Kevin Jarre, was fired from the production, and replced by George P. Cosmatos. Thankfully, all of that behind-the-scenes drama ultimately had little impact on the film’s commercial success, not only beating Lawrence Kasdan’s Wyatt Earp to screens nationwide, but raking in a tidy $60 million at the box office.

Last week, in conjunction with its upcoming Blu-ray release, Hollywood News caught up with one of the film’s co-stars, Michael Biehn, to discuss the drama that swirled around the production. In addition to talking about the tone and atmosphere of that tumultuous set, Biehn explained how he approached playing the film’s most formidable villain, Johnny Ringo, and offered a few suggestions for which
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