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Jane Levy on Joining the Women’s March: ‘Being an Actor and Being an Activist Are Very Similar Things’

Jan 25th, 2017      Interviews ,News      0 Comments

Jane Levy, known for her TV roles in Suburgatory and Shameless and now starring in the action film Monster Trucks, was among the many celebs to head to the Women’s March on Washington over the weekend, adding her voice to the chorus of those demanding equal treatment from newly sworn-in President Trump. The 27-year-old California native spoke with Yahoo Beauty about her experience in D.C. and about still feeling hopeful from the day.

Yahoo Beauty: What was marching in D.C. like for you?

Jane Levy: It was really uplifting, and there was such a sense of community. It was the nicest, most supportive, polite crowd of people I’ve ever been in. There were moments where I felt really claustrophobic, but I felt totally safe. I avoid music festivals and big crowds on purpose because I don’t enjoy it, but I think it makes sense that a crowd of [mostly] women would be nice to one another. On my plane on the way there I overheard a woman in front of me asking a stranger, headed to the march, if she had a place to stay, making sure she was taken care of. And that to me was the whole energy. Talking about it makes me emotional.

So cool that you marched with your mom. Is she typically an activist?

My mom is definitely a feminist, and she’s one of the most loving people that I know. She’s pretty radical, and really, really cool and incredibly compassionate. I’m a new activist, and sort of kicking myself for the ways I’ve behaved in the past, taking democracy and [President Barack] Obama for granted. But both she and I are ready to fight.

What were the main reasons you decided to march?

My No. 1 [reason] is to show Trump that we reject his presidency and his rhetoric of insulting and attacking immigrants, Muslims, people of color, native people, women, disabled people, LGBT people, the list goes on. You lost by 3 million votes, the majority of this country doesn’t want you as our president, and we’re going to show you that. And then, women’s rights are human rights. I really appreciated California Sen. Kamala Harris’s speech at the march about how national security, criminal justice, and immigration are all women’s issues.

Meryl Streep faced some criticism for speaking out against the new president at the Golden Globe Awards. What’s your feeling about those who don’t approve of celebrities getting political?

I don’t understand that. I really don’t understand it one bit. First of all, would you rather have Meryl Streep just talk about her beauty and fame and riches and self-congratulatory BS? The ceremony already does that. People who are like, “Hollywood people are elitist and can’t understand the struggle” — the disconnect is mind-boggling in that they elected a man who inherited $100 million, who doesn’t live at all the life that normal people live, who lives like a king. To think that person is going to help them doesn’t make sense to me. Also, I think being an actor and being an activist are very similar things, at least for me. Human vulnerability is universal, and that is our job as actors — to portray that, and that we are all at our core the same. Storytelling is there to show you that we are not alone. I don’t really understand how you could be an actor and not have an opinion on these things. And I loved Meryl Streep’s speech — I though it was so eloquent, and I thought it came from love and not anger. I’m struggling with that, actually — trying to recognize when I want to say something that’s coming from anger or I want to attack back. But I’m learning.

(Source Yahoo Beauty)

KTLA 5 Morning News – Screencaptures

Jan 14th, 2017      Monster Trucks ,News ,Screencaptures ,Talk-Shows ,Videos      0 Comments

Don’t miss Jane starring in the new Nickelodeon flick “Monster Trucks” out in theaters now!
This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on January 13th, 2017.

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“I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” will premiere at Sundance

Dec 1st, 2016      I don't feel at Home in This World Anymore ,News      0 Comments


I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Macon Blair) — When a depressed woman is burglarized, she finds a new sense of purpose by tracking down the thieves, alongside her obnoxious neighbor. But they soon find themselves dangerously out of their depth against a pack of degenerate criminals.

Cast: Melanie Lynskey, Elijah Wood, David Yow, Jane Levy, Devon Graye. World Premiere. DAY ONE

James Franco to Direct ‘The Pretenders’ With Trio of Rising Stars

Nov 17th, 2016      News ,The Pretenders      0 Comments

Jack Kilmer, Shameik Moore and Jane Levy will star in the project with a script by Josh Boone.

James Franco will direct The Pretenders, and has cast a trio of of rising stars — Jack Kilmer, Shameik Moore and Jane Levy— as the leads. Brian Cox and Juno Temple also will star.

The Fault in Our Stars helmer Josh Boone wrote the script for the film, which is set in NYC in the 80s, and follows two college friends who fall in love with the same girl, creating a decade spanning, very unique love story between the threesome.

The script has been circulating since 2013, with various loose actor attachments throughout the years.

The film is being produced as a co-production between Rabbit Bandini Productions, SSS Entertainment and Yale Productions. Vince Jolivette and Jay Davis at Rabbit Bandini, Shaun Sanghani at SSS Entertainment and Jordan Yale Levine, Scott Levenson from Yale Productions are producing along with Katy Leary.

The prolific actor-director-producer Franco most recently helmed In Dubious Battle, based on the Steinbeck book, and The Masterpiece, a film about the making-of the infamous “worst film ever” The Room. He’ll soon be seen as an actor in the comedy Why Him? with Bryan Cranston. He’s repped by CAA, Anonymous Content and Sloane, Offer.


Levy starred in the horror film Don’t Breathe, and will soon be seen in Monster Trucks. She’s repped by Gersh and Sloane, Offer.


(Source The Hollywood Reporter)

Lin Oeding to direct Brenton Thwaites, Jane Levy in ‘Office Uprising’

Oct 27th, 2016      News ,Office Uprising      2 Comments

Lin Oeding, whose action design and stunt credits include Ant-Man, The Equalizer, Straight Outta Compton and Inception, is set to helm Office Uprising. The genre pic is due to begin production in Alabama at the end of November. The Exchange is handling international sales.

Office Uprising stars Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) and Jane Levy (Don’t Breathe).

Written by Ian Shorr (Splinter) and Peter Gamble Robinson, it’s the story of an underachiever working at a major weapons manufacturing firm who finds that his co-workers have been “weaponized” by a new energy drink designed for the military. He must then set off to rescue his one true love from an office building full of psychotic coworkers armed with tomorrow’s deadliest tech.

Producers are Giulia Prenna, Jim Steele and. Sean Lydiard. Thwaites is an exec producer, and Dan Spilo is co-EP.

Oeding’s recent helming credits include two episodes of Syfy’s Blood Drive and NBC’s Chicago P.D., as well as upcoming features Braven starring Jason Momoa.

(Source Deadline)

Jeffrey Tambor, Emma Roberts, Jane Levy to Star in ‘Four Seasons’

Sep 9th, 2016      Four Seasons ,News      0 Comments

‘Here Comes the Night’ helmers Peter Kline and Pete Shanel will direct the project, which Paradigm is selling at TIFF.
Jeffrey Tambor, Emma Roberts and Jane Levy will star in indie Four Seasons, a unique story told in four chapters, corresponding to each season.

The project, which Paradigm is selling at the Toronto International Film Festival, is a New York-based story chronicling the dissolution of the Music family, following a divorce. Walter (Tambor), a successful public radio host, is separating from his alcoholic wife, and at the same time dealing with his troubled daughter (Roberts). His son, Stephen, tries to start a new life in Los Angeles with his girlfriend Ashley (Levy) but is pulled back into the family discord.

Peter Kline and Pete Shanel (Here Comes the Night) will direct based on their own script. Christian Taylor of Taylor Lane Productions is producing the project.

Tambor stars in Amazon’s hit series Transparent and won a Golden Globe for his work on the show. His upcoming films include The Accountant with Ben Affleck and voice work in the animated Trolls. He is repped by Gersh and Burstein Company.

Roberts was most recently seen in the thriller Nerve, which came out this summer. She stars on the hit FX series Scream Queens, which will return for its second season this year. Her upcoming films include Billionaire Boys Club, with Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton and Kevin Spacey. She is repped by CAA and Sweeney Entertainment.

Levy starred in the hit horror-thriller Don’t Breathe, which is currently in theaters. Her upcoming projects include Paramount’s Monster Trucks with Lucas Till and Rob Lowe. She is repped by Gersh and Sloane, Offer.

(Source Variety)