Mighty Fine (2012)
Variety first reported the project being unveiled at the American Film Market on Nov. 5 with Abbie Cornish, Dylan Gelula, and Garrett Wareing starring. Production is set for this winter in Los Angeles with CAA handling domestic rights.
Alcazar is producing and directing “Puberty” from a script by Ted Kupper, based on a story by Alcazar and Kupper. Flying Lotus is executive producing and composing the score for the film. It’s the second feature for Brainfeeder Films, which was announced in September at the Toronto Film Festival.
Wareing is playing a teenage boy with a violent past who is haunted by dark visions and enters a mysterious clinic where the patients wildly transform their bodies and minds using genetic engineering. He undergoes treatment, installing therapeutic implants into his body,
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Produced by Zero Gravity Management and ChickFlicks, The Demented is another zombie-fest populated by young genre fixtures that include I Spit on Your Grave's Sarah Butler, Michael Welch (The Twilight Saga), Kayla Ewell ("The Vampire Diaries"), Brittney Alger (21 Jump Street), and Richard Kohnke (Mighty Fine).
The script was penned by writer/director Chris Roosevelt. Benjamin Sacks and Bryan Sexton serve as executive producers. Zero Gravity’s Christine Holder, Mark Holder, and Damiano Tucci are producing alongside ChickFlicks’ Sara Risher. Shirley Craig, Phil Goldfine, and Steven R. Monroe are also producing.
Six college friends meet up for a carefree weekend that turns deadly. A terrorist attack in a nearby
Deadline reports that Anchor Bay Films has acquired English speaking terrritorial rights to The Demented and has added the thriller to its 2013 slate. Produced by Zero Gravity Management and ChickFlicks, The Demented is another zombie-fest populated by young genre fixtures that include I Spit on Your Grave‘s Sarah Butler, Michael Welch (The Twilight Saga), Kayla Ewell ("The Vampire Diaries"), Brittney Alger (21 Jump Street), and Richard Kohnke (Mighty Fine). Filming just wrapped in Louisiana, and Anchor Bay President Bill Clark made the deal.
It’s described as “an original zombie movie that we know horror audiences will love,” said Anchor Bay
Oh the glorious 1970’s, how we love to explore the vaguely outlined state of mind evoked in thee. Debbie Goodstein jettisons us there for her debut, Mighty Fine, a singularly ineffective and indistinct coming of age tale that moonlights as a character study of (what we’re supposed to assume is) the now extinct patriarchal breadwinner. The trouble is, Debbie, what you’ve given us coasts by solely on good intentions. And we all know what road is paved with those.
The film opens with the Fine family relocating from Brooklyn, where Joe Fine (Chazz Palminteri) was born and raised, to New Orleans for economic purposes. Joe runs a fabric company, Mighty Fine Fabrics, with its headquarters based out of New Orleans. Due to the harsh economy, Joe wants his be closer to his business, which just happens
By Alex Simon
Chazz Palminteri’s life is one of those classic show biz stories that, dare we say it, is the stuff from which movies are made. Born and raised in the Bronx, Palminteri toiled for years as a struggling stage, film and television actor before finally being plucked from obscurity by Robert De Niro, who saw his off-Broadway autobiographical play A Bronx Tale, a one-man show in which Palminteri played a host of colorful characters he grew up and around in his Bronx neighborhood during the 1950s and ‘60s, where his life was shaped by two mentors: his straight-laced working class father and a local mobster named Sonny.
The movie version of A Bronx Tale was a hit with audiences and critics alike upon its premiere in 1993 and Palminteri hasn’t stopped working since. His latest turn, in Debbie Goodstein’s autobiographical film Mighty Fine,
Andie MacDowell and Rainey Qualley Prove Mighty Fine
By Alex Simon
When you see the opening moments of Debbie Goodstein’s writing/directing debut Mighty Fine and catch your first glimpse of newcomer Rainey Qualley playing Andie MacDowell’s daughter, your first thoughts will most likely be “Wow! That’s great casting.” Truth be told, 23 year-old Qualley is, in real life, MacDowell’s daughter, the second of her three children.
Mighty Fine, which MacDowell co-produced, tells Goodstein’s autobiographical story of a Jewish family from Brooklyn who relocate to New Orleans in the early 1970s, led by their charismatic, but troubled father (Chazz Palminteri) who is always one step away from millionaire status or complete destitution. The family drama, released by Adopt Films, arrives in theaters May 25.
Andie MacDowell and Rainey Qualley (who makes a very impressive debut
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Qualley is an aspiring actress whose debut movie, "Mighty Fine," has yet to name a release date. After the Globes, Qualley plans to stay in Los Angeles to audition for potential roles and apartment hunt.
Mom Andie MacDowell tells Access Hollywood she wasn't able to give her daughter much in the way of advice since she's never been in the same position.
Qualley makes her debut as MacDowell's eldest daughter Maddie in the forthcoming film, about a man who struggles with bipolar disorder and the effect it has on his family.
But MacDowell reveals their first shoot together was far from easy, admitting she felt uncomfortable when Qualley acted out her intense scenes.
She tells the Daily Mail's Weekend magazine, "In (Mighty Fine), I'm married to a man who's bipolar and takes it out on our daughter, and I don't protect her. The role was very demanding, very abusive. What my daughter went through makes me cringe."
MacDowell stars opposite Dennis Quaid as his wife, something she has done before in Dinner with Friends. “We’re an old married couple,” MacDowell joked to Movie Fanatic for our Footloose interview.
Brewer is bringing Footloose to a whole new generation and one of the aspects that most spoke to MacDowell was how the director kept the heart and soul of the original while simultaneously making it a film of the 21st century.
MacDowell dishes working with the young cast, and how in particular, she took it upon herself to
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