Dexter beauty Julie Benz is straight, but if she were to play for the other team, we’ve learned that her number one pick would be Savages knockout Salma Hayek.… READ ON
Anne Carey (The American, Advertureland, The Savages) will oversee Archer Gray’s film and television initiatives effective immediately, Archer Gray founder and CEO Amy Nauiokas announced today. Carey comes to Archer Gray from Epoch Films where she was a strategic partner with founder Mindy Goldberg. Together Archer Gray and Epoch will continue to collaborate on key productions and partnerships. Carey’s films have been distributed by Focus Features, Fox Searchlight, Miramax, The Weinstein Company and HBO, among others. She recently served as executive producer of Love, Marilyn directed by Liz Garbus. The film was sold to HBO at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival and is slated to premiere later this year. In 2002, Carey co-founded This is that Inc. with Ted Hope and Anthony Bregman. In addition to her work with Anton Corbijn, Tamara Jenkins and Greg Mottola, Carey’s work at This is that includes Tod Williams’s The Door In The Floor, Mike Mills’ Thumbsucker, Nicole Holofcener’s Friends With Money and Alan Ball’s Towelhead. Previously, Carey produced films and was head of development at Good Machine, Inc.
Poor Taylor Kitsch. Though he turned heads in the critically acclaimed small screen adaptation of “Friday Night Lights,” his forays into the big screen haven’t been met with similar praise. Last year was Kitsch’s big test as leading man, with starring roles in “John Carter,” “Battleship” and “Savages,” and it didn't turn out so well. Box office receipts and critical pans be damned however, because the former football star with the bedroom eyes has lined up another leading role. Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Kitsch has will star in the Julian Jarrold-helmed horror-thriller “Exit 147.” Written by “Pandorum” screenwriter Travis Milloy, the film centers on “a man driving across the desert who is arrested by a small town sheriff (Kitsch) and held captive as part of his own sadistic game.” First Landry (Jesse Plemmons) -- SPOILER -- shoots a kid on “Breaking Bad” and...
EXCLUSIVE: Jake McLaughlin (Savages) is set to star in Believe, NBC’s drama pilot from J.J. Abrams and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón. The high-concept project, written by Cuarón and Mark Friedman, is about the unlikely relationship between Bo, a girl in possession of a great gift/powers — which will come into their own in seven years — and Tate (McLaughlin), the man who is sprung from prison to protect her from those trying to hunt her down. Cuarón is directing the pilot, which he is exec producing with Friedman, Abrams and Bryan Burk. This is the second consecutive NBC drama pilot for McLaughlin, repped by Paradigm and James/Levy Management, who co-starred in The Frontier last year. He also did cameos in two Abrams movies, Colverfield and Super 8.
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