A pair of family comedies have kicked off production in that East Coast Hollywood known as Atlanta, Georgia. One has added a quartet of Quentin Tarantino veterans, while the other has cast three really talented veteran actresses.
Browsing: Jane Seymour
Serves as a parody of Fifty Shades of Grey.
McKinley High has a strong presence in the dark world of superheroism.
A middle-aged man decides to make a movie about himself with a large cast that portrays him at various ages, which leads him to start taking an introspective look at his life.
Story centers on a woman who has a crazed obsession with the “Pride and Prejudice” character Mr. Darcy, and has trouble meeting men when none of them can live up to him.
Duo join new life imitating art imitating life imitating… indie drama.
A handful of attachements you may or may not have missed from the last week.
Logline: When newlywed marriage counselor Ava learns that her parents, whose marriage she’s always idealized, are headed for divorce, she cannot accept it. Ava sets out on a dangerous path to save her parents’ marriage at the expense of her own, manipulating loved ones to achieve her objectives.