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Michael Angarano has joined the cast of “Heat”, a remake of the 1986 Burt Reynolds film that will star Jason Statham, according to Deadline. The official synopsis of the film, not to be confused with the 1995 Michael Mann film of the same name, reads as follows: “This tightly-wound, fun action-thriller, tells the story of a tough recovering gambling addict (Statham) who makes his living providing protection in the rough edges of the gambling world. Statham’s character refuses to resort to gunplay, strictly using hand and edged weapon combat. WhenRead More
The 12th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, which runs this year from April 17th – 28th in New York, has unveiled the majority of its films for 2013, and quite a few up and comers will have new movies premiering. In addition to films that have already made the festival circuit like Ramin Bahrani’s “At Any Price” starring Zac Efron and Maika Monroe, “Greetings From Tim Buckley” with Penn Badgley and Imogen Poots and Neil Jordan’s vampire saga “Byzantium” with Gemma Arterton, Saoirse Ronan and Caleb Landry Jones, world premieres willRead More
Liam Hemsworth thriller “Empire State” has rounded out its supporting cast with “Twilight” star Nikki Reed, Michael Angarano, “Entourage”‘s Jerry Ferrera, Paul Ben-Victor and Chris Diamantopoulos, according to Deadline. Dwayne Johnson and Emma Roberts had already been cast in the heist thriller described to be based on “the true story of a 1982 NYC armored car company robbery thought at the time to be the largest cash heist in U.S. history.” Hemsworth plays one of two friends who pull off the daring heist in the 1980s-set thriller. No word whoRead More
Looks like Lily Collins is getting to that stage in her career where she wants to start distancing herself from that kid-friendly, good-girl image that’s made her a rapidly rising star in the last couple of years. Bloody Disgusting reports the actress is the first to sign on to the remake of Sam Raimi horror classic “Evil Dead”, and she will be playing an ex-drug addict whose past erratic behavior makes her something of an unreliable “girl who cried demonic monsters” to her friends. Raimi wrote the script for theRead More
Filming is underway on what is turning out to be a very promising project and local uptown New York news blog Tarrytown Patch has the first images of Michael Angarano and Julianne Moore on the set of indie dramedy “The English Teacher.” The two filmed at an art gallery which has been converted into a coffee house, and huddled under an umbrella together in some makeshift rain. Moore plays a high school teacher whose life is turned upside down by the return of a former student (Angarano) whose journey toRead More
The ever-busy Lily Collins continues to add to her diverse and rapidly filling up upcoming slate, as Deadline reports the young rising star has joined the cast of indie dramedy “The English Teacher” opposite Michael Angarano and Julianne Moore. Charlie Saxton and Nathan Lane co-star. Craig Zisk directs the film about a small town high school teacher whose world is turned upside down by the return of a former student, whose journey to New York to try to make it as a playwright has ended in failure. Angarano would playRead More
After last week’s casting announcements, THR are reporting that Bandslam star Charlie Saxton has joined Michael Angarano and Julianne Moore in indie drama The English Teacher. The film, to be directed by Craig Zisk, follows a small town high school teacher (Moore) whose world is turned upside down by the return of a former student (Angarano) – a playwright who has returned home after a failed career in New York City. Saxton has spent the last few years in little known films, such as 2010′s Twelve, starring fellow young actorsRead More
Michael Angarano sure has a thing for older women. After his charming but misguided wooing of Uma Thurman in Max Winkler’s “Ceremony”, the quirky indie actor now has his sights set on Julianne Moore. According to Variety, Angarano has booked the romantic lead in “The English Teacher”, which sees Moore in the title role and also co-stars Nathan Lane. Craig Zisk directs the film about a small town high school teacher whose world is turned upside down by the return of a former student, whose journey to New York toRead More