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Maria Bello (“Prime Suspect,” Abduction) and Stephen Dorff (the upcoming November 11th release of Immortals, Blade) headline the Anchor Bay Films thriller CARJACKED, premiering November 22nd on Blu-ray™ and DVD. Co-starring Joanna Cassidy (Blade Runner, “Six Feet Under”), Catherine Dent (“The Shield,” 21 Grams) and Gary Grubbs (JFK, Ray), CARJACKED is an unforgettable ride into suspense and terror!
During a routine stop at a gas station, Lorraine (Bello), a vulnerable single mom, and her 5 year-old son (Connor Hill) are overtaken by Roy (Dorff), a vicious bank robber on the run. He forces her to drive to meet up with his accomplice who still has money from the heist. Possibly facing not only her death, but her son’s, Lorraine’s fight for survival summons up an inner strength and courage that she never thought she had.
Bonus features on both the Blu-ray™ and DVD include a behind-the-scenes featurette.
The film is produced by Daniel Grodnik (Powder, Bobby) and Eric Gozlan (Beautiful Boy) and directed by John Bonito. Written by Michael and Sherry Compton, who also are Executive Producers. Composer is Bennett Salvay, and Theo Van De Sande is Director of Photography. Executive Producers are Murray Rosenthal, Jonathan Rosenthal, Richard Iott and Michael Greenfield. (Source)
Visionary director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) and producers Gianni Nunnari (300), Mark Canton (300) and Ryan Kavanaugh (The Fighter) unleash an epic tale of treachery, vengeance and destiny in Immortals, a stylish and spectacular 3D adventure. As a power-mad king razes ancient Greece in search of a legendary weapon, a heroic young villager rises up against him in a thrilling quest as timeless as it is powerful.
The brutal and bloodthirsty King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke) and his murderous Heraklion army are rampaging across Greece in search of the long lost Bow of Epirus. With the invincible Bow, the king will be able to overthrow the Gods of Olympus and become the undisputed master of his world. With ruthless efficiency, Hyperion and his legions destroy everything in their wake, and it seems nothing will stop the evil king’s mission.
As village after village is obliterated, a stonemason named Theseus (Henry Cavill) vows to avenge the death of his mother in one of Hyperion’s raids. When Theseus meets the Sybelline Oracle, Phaedra (Freida Pinto), her disturbing visions of the young man’s future convince her that he is the key to stopping the destruction. With her help, Theseus assembles a small band of followers and embraces his destiny in a final desperate battle for the future of humanity.
The Somalian rapper joins a cast that includes Steve Coogan and Stephen Dorff.
K’naan has been tapped to star in the upcoming film The Catastrophist, helmed by British director Nick Broomfield (Biggie & Tupac, Kurt and Courtney) and co-starring Steve Coogan and Stephen Dorff.
The flick, adapted from Ronan Bennett’s bestseller, is described as “a love story set against Belgian Congo’s decolonization of the 1960s.” The film will shoot in Tanzania’s Mwanza, since it’s considered “too risky” to lens in the neighboring Congo.
The Catastrophist will also be the first foreign feature to shoot in the East African nation since John Wayne and Howard Hawks filmed 1962′s Hatari!.
Film starring Michelle Monaghan, Willem Dafoe, and Stephen Dorff is in jeopardy over alleged breaches of screenwriter’s rights.
The screenwriter behind the forthcoming film Boot Tracks is asking a judge to issue an injunction to prevent the release of the psychological thriller.
In a lawsuit filed last week in California federal court, writer Matthew Jones alleges that producers of the movie breached promises against making significant artistic changes to his screenplay, which was based on his own novel published in 2006.
Boot Tracks is about an ex-con who seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor by going on a road trip with a woman he meets along the way. The film stars Michelle Monaghan, Willem Dafoe, and Stephen Dorff.
According to the complaint, after the novel came out, Jones was “courted” by defendants David Jacobson and Larry Rattner with assurances that the film would be consistent with the authenticity of the novel. In November 2010, Jacobson, who directed the film, and Rattner, who produced it, allegedly gave the writer authority over any script changes in the “Option Agreement.”
Jones alleges that the defendants fraudulently made such promises “so they could misappropriate (his work) and use it in the way they wanted.”
The film is said to be materially different from the screenplay in order to secure a financing and a distribution deal. Allegedly, principal photography was completed without the producers ever actually exercising the option to purchase Jones’ work.
After Jones learned of this, he says he confronted the defendants, who were allegedly unresponsive to his concerns until they learned that Jones planned to file a lawsuit. At which point, they purportedly exercised the purchase option.
Now, Jones is suing for copyright infringement, breach of contract and fraud. He’s demanding $500,000 in compensatory damages, $1 million in punitive damages, further statutory damages, an injunction against the film’s release, and dissolution of the defendants’ film company, Dirt Blossom.
The defendants couldn’t be reached for comment.
I just finished adding screencaptures from 1990 tv show The Outsiders to the gallery. Stephen starred in the episode The Stork Club. Quality of the photos is bad, but this is one of the shows that has somehow made it’s way from old VHS tapes to online.
Officer Down is to be directed by new filmmaker Brian A. Miller. Stephen Dorff will star alongside David Boreanaz, Dominic Purcell, Stephen Lang, James Woods and AnnaLynne McCord.
When a doctor and security guard dream at night, their dreams consist of what the other person did during the day. They meet when the security guard murders his wife, is then hit by a car and brought into the doctor’s emergency room. Boreanaz will play a humorless and ambitious rival detective to another cop played by Dorff.
Walton Goggins will be “the prime suspect in the sexual assault of a young woman, a case being investigated by a gruff detective (Dorff).”