The Journey of Natty Gann (1985)
Patton Oswalt and his fiancée, Meredith Salenger, got married on Saturday in front of friends and family at Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles.
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The 48-year-old Veep actor and comedian shared a photo on Instagram of the happy couple walking down the aisle hand-in-hand with his 8-year-old daughter, Alice, who served as flower girl. Oswalt wore a sleek gray suit, while Salenger, 47, looked beautiful in a white off-the-shoulder gown while holding a bouquet of pink and red peonies.
"What'd you guys do yesterday?" he playfully captioned the snap, taken by photographer Jeff Vespa, and also tweeted a sweet photo of his daughter, dubbing her a "world champion flower girl."
Salenger, best known for her role in Disney's The Journey of Natty Gann, shared the same wedding photo alongside the caption, "True love. True happiness. Forever and always. The Oswalts."
Kagan’s intimate, split-screen study of the after effects of violence tracks both the victim and the shooter, a guilt-ridden teen named Miguel (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.). The kid’s story is too clichéd to let “Shot” sell itself as emotional realism, but 2nd Amendment advocates arming themselves against a Hollywood screed will be relieved that the film avoids political activism to focus on trauma and recovery.
The split-screen starts when Miguel, a
Shot begins as sound mixer Mark Newman (Wyle), is pumping up the volume on a bloody shootout scene in an action film. Hours later, after an argument with his wife Phoebe (Leal), Mark is suddenly felled by a real random bullet, and lies bleeding on the pavement with a chest wound. With Phoebe desperately trying to stop the bleeding, they both agonizingly wait for an ambulance to arrive as Mark fights for his life. Meanwhile, hidden behind a fence across the street, a teenager,
The 48-year-old comedian is engaged to actress Meredith Salenger, the couple's reps confirm to Et. "They are engaged and in love," Salenger's rep says in a statement.
The bride-to-be cleverly shared the news on Instagram by posting an older photo of herself and Oswalt to Instagram, and photoshopped Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson onto her left hand.
"I don't wanna brag... but check out the size of The Rock on my finger! Hahahah," the 47-year-old actress captioned the selfie on Thursday morning.
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Johnson even responded to the post, tweeting: "Haha that's a big Rock. Tell that prick @pattonoswalt he still owes me
The 48-year-old comedian posed on the red carpet with Meredith Salenger. Oswalt -- dressed in an all-blue outfit -- looked happy while holding hands with the 47-year-old actress, who was dressed in a floral skirt, leather jacket, black blouse and strappy heels.
A rep for Salenger confirmed that two are in fact dating, telling Et, "She is in love. They met not too long ago through their mutual friend, Martha Plimpton."
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While at the premiere, Salenger also shared a selfie on Twitter of herself and Oswalt inside the event. She also retweeted fans' excitement that they showed up together. "Patton Oswalt is hanging with my childhood crush," one Twitter user reacted to The Journey of Natty Gann star's night out with
Fortitude International is financing the film and will handle foreign sales on the project being introduced to buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin next month.
De Barros and Barnum serve as executive producers. Lobell is producing the film.
The romance is written by Oscar winner Frederic Raphael (Eyes Wide Shut, Darling, Two For The Road).
CAA is representing domestic rights.
An estranged man, Matt Heller, and a woman, Martha Parks (Cruz
Global Genesis Group is selling foreign rights at Afm.
Jeremy Kagan is directing from a script by William Lamborn and Anneke Campbell from a story by Kagan. “Shot” centers on an innocent bystander and his fiancee whose lives are turned upside down when a teenage kid unintentionally shoots the bystander.
Wyle and Kagan are producing.
Wyle currently stars in TNT’s “Falling Skies” for Robert Rodat and Steven Spielberg and will be seen in TNT’s “The Librarians.” Kagan’s credits include “The Journey of Natty Gann,” “The Chosen” and “Roswell.”
Wyle is represented by UTA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
From reissued, obscure first films to misleading marketing, here are 12 film covers that exaggerate the role their famous actors play...
Filmmaker William Castle was famous for his movie gimmicks, from vibrating chairs to plastic skeletons soaring over the heads of audiences in cinemas. The marketers of 1958's The Fly, meanwhile, promised to pay $100 to the first person who could prove that its matter-transportation plot "couldn't happen".
Selling movies to cynical punters is tough at the best of times, and using tricks and white lies to get people to part with their hard-earned cash is nothing new. And one of the simplest tricks in a film marketer's tool bag is to exaggerate an actor's role in whatever it is they're trying to sell. So if uncredited bit player number two suddenly becomes an A-list star three years after a movie's shot, you can be
The Lamp is the second feature film released in less than 10 months from Trost Moving Pictures, The Narrative Television Network and Destiny Image Films.
From the executive producers of 2010′s holiday best-seller, A Christmas Snow, Jim Stovall (best-selling author of The Ultimate Gift) and Tracy Trost have hit another ‘home run’ with The Lamp. The movie is based on the novel by Jim Stovall. The Lamp has been awarded 5 out of 5 Doves from The Dove Foundation and approved for all ages.
The Lamp is a heartwarming story of faith, hope and charity with something special for audiences of all ages. Starring Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and a Gentleman), Jason London (The Man in the Moon and Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (The Journey of Natty Gann), L. Scott Caldwell (Lost, The Net), Sarah Brown (Cold Case,
I thought we'd close the month with Yonatan (you can call him "Jonathan") from Israel. Why? Well because he had a job a couple of years back that I think all of you (not to mention me) would be jealous of: talking about the movies on TV! Sweet.
He started reading The Film Experience due to the foreign film Oscar pages and he was one of many readers who started sending me regular info on their home country so I could keep up the pages. Yonatan and I share a love of really insignificant trivia. For instance, he recently wondered aloud by e-mail if Kathryn Bigelow's Strange Days (1995) and Jane Campion's Portrait of a Lady were the longest
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