Danny Glover, Joe Anderson and Dawn Olivieri star in Director Deon Taylor's (The Hustle) racially-charged thriller Supremacy. The film debuts on Blu-ray and DVD April 21 from Well Go USA Entertainment. To celebrate its release, we have two exclusive featurettes for Supremacy that go behind the scenes with the Director and his two leading men.
In Supremacy, Tully (Joe Anderson) just got paroled. But his first night out could be his last. He just killed a cop. He's on the run. And no one's going to listen to an ex-con aligned with the Aryan Nation. His leader (Anson Mount) just cut him loose, and as the police close in, Tully and his girlfriend (Dawn Olivieri) add home invasion and hostage-taking to their list of crimes.Read More
Alec Baldwin (The Departed, Mission: Impossible 5, Blue Jasmine) and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon, series, Saw, The Color Purple) headline the cast of Andron - a sci-fi, action adventure movie from AMBI Pictures Group, the movie development, finance, production and distribution group owned and run by Andrea Iervolino and Lady Monika Bacardi.
Iervolino and Lady Bacardi are financing and producing the film and AMBI's international sales arm, AMBI Distribution, is handling worldwide sales.Read More
Gina Gershon, Danny Glover and Robert Patrick have boarded the indie film Five Minarets in New York.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will be directed by Turkish writer-director Mahsun Kirmizigul. Gershon will star as Maria, the wife of a Turkish scholar who is arrested by federal authorities after being wrongfully accused of a crime.Read More
Chris Rock has a habit of taking funny comedies from cinematic history and from around the world, and remaking them into even funnier vehicles for his own unique style of humor. He did it in 2001 with the movie Down To Earth, which was a remake of the critically acclaimed 1978 Warren Beatty film Heaven Can Wait, which, in turn, was actually a remake of the 1941 classic Here Comes Mr. Jordan. The actor repeated this trend in 2007 with his directorial debut I Think I Love My Wife, which was a remake the 1972 French film Chloe In The Afternoon. Now the comedian returns with his new film, Death At A Funeral, a remake of director Frank Oz and writer Dean Craig's 2007 British funeral farce. The film boasts a cast of comedy all-stars joining Rock including Martin Lawrence and Tracy Morgan, and seasoned actors like James Marsden, Zoe Saldana and Danny Glover. We recently had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Chris Rock, as well as Tracy Morgan, Luke Wilson, Danny Glover and Regina Hall to find out more about the film, working with the cast, what makes a funeral funny and why Tracy Morgan is so insane. To watch our exclusive interview please click on the video clip below.
Sibling rivalry, family secrets and a mysterious stranger threaten to blow the lid right off a coffin in Death At A Funeral, a hilarious and darkly delicious romp featuring an ensemble cast of comedy superstars like Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence and Tracy Morgan, and acclaimed dramatic actors like James Marsden, Zoe Saldana, Regina Hall and Danny Glover. Based on director Frank Oz and writer Dean Craig's 2007 funeral comedy of the same name, the action has now been transplanted from the English countryside to sunny Pasadena, California. Death At A Funeral directed by Neil LaBute (Nurse Betty), is a disarmingly funny look at life going on in the wake of death. The film is a hilarious day-in-the-life of an American family, come together to put a beloved husband and father to rest. As mourners gather at the family home, shocking revelations, festering resentments, ugly threats, blackmail and a misdirected corpse unleash lethal and riotous mayhem.Read More