Soldier's Girl (2003 TV Movie)
Mickey Rourke's commitment to "In Bruges" writer/director Martin McDonagh's new project "Seven Psychopaths" may mean he won't be involved in the currently shooting "Expendables" sequel. [Source: Deadline]
Troy Garity ("Soldier's Girl," "Sunshine") has joined the cast of Ruben Fleischer's period crime pic "The Gangster Squad" at Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow.
Garity will play a one-eyed hitman dispatched by Sean Penn's gangster character to kill cops played by Ryan Gosling and Josh Brolin. Shooting is currently under way in Los Angeles. [Source: Variety]
Dianne Wiest is has booked the female lead and Chris Cooper is in talks to join HBO's adaptation of Jonathan Franzen's 2001 best-seller "The Corrections". The story follows an elderly Midwestern couple and their three adult children who all lead complicated lives.
Noah Baumbach (Greenberg) and Scott Rudin (The Social Network) are executive producing the project which Baumbach and Franzen will pen.
On that note, I've opted to use this extra motivator as a writing opportunity – a chance to chime in on the gym's staff picks and voice the opinions that brew while I'm huffing it on the elliptical.
In September of 1975 Chicago Tribune writer Gene and Chicago Sun-Times writer Roger were reluctantly paired for the monthly PBS show Opening Soon at A Theater Near You, which ran for two seasons before being renamed Sneak Previews.
The show became a huge hit for PBS, which decided to syndicate it with Gene and Roger remaining as hosts until 1982, when contract negotiations fell through. They were replaced by liberal commentator Neal Gabler and human block of wood Jeffrey Lyons, who would become best known for siring a quote whore (more on that later.)
Gabler left after three years, unhappy with the direction of the show, and was replaced by Michael Medved, who
17 Days of Winter is a story of personal triumph, courage and universal humanity set against the backdrop of the brutal, 17 day battle where 12,000 U.S. Marines and soldiers, known today as "The Chosin Few," faced overwhelming odds and deadly sub-zero temperatures, while outnumbered by 120,000 Chinese troops behind enemy lines in a battle for the soul of a nation.
Academy Award winner Frank Pierson (Dog Day Afternoon) comes to the project having most recently won a WGA award for the Emmy Award-winning AMC series, Mad Men. Mr. Pierson is also a two-time Peabody Award winner for direction (Truman, Soldier's Girl), a former president of
Q: Can you please help us get more details on Luke Macfarlane's involvement in a Canadian movie Iron Road? He plays a straight guy who falls in love with a woman who was disguised as a boy and has a total nude scene which is gorgeous and sexy. -- Bclee
A: Who is this, the publicist for Iron Road? You’re a smart one. By getting me to publish your email on AfterElton.com, you should sell at least a few thousand extra copies of the movie.
Charlotte Sullivan and Luke Macfarlane in Iron Road
Iron Road, a $10 million Canada/Chinese production, tells the sad story of the building of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, and of the many Chinese workers who were tricked into slavery and lost
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