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“Suburgatory” alum Jane Levy has been cast as one half of the starring couple in CBS’s romantic comedy pilot “My Time/Your Time,” Variety has learned. “How I Met Your Mother’s” Pamela Fryman has also boarded the pilot to direct.

“My Time/Your Time” chronicles the relationship of a young couple as they begin dating long distance.

Levy will play Marla, an inherent optimist living in New York City who wants to be a playwright but is having trouble breaking away from a traditional life for the life of an artist. Her on-screen significant other is yet to be cast.

Hailing from writer Hilary Winston and “How I Met Your Mother” creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, the potential series is based on the web series “7P/10E” by Avital Ash.

Bays, Thomas and Fryman will all serve as exec producers with Winston, resulting in a “HIMYM” reunion. The pilot is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Sony Pictures Television.

Levy, who also starred in the 2013 pic “Evil Dead” and next will be seen alongside Rob Lowe in “Monster Trucks,” is repped by The Burstein Company, Gersh and attorney Robert Offer.

(source Variety)



A new poster for Bang Bang Baby has been released. The movie is now available on Itunes and all major VOD platforms.



Monster Trucks will open Jan. 13, 2017. The film is a hybrid of live action and CGI animation directed by Chris Wedge. The cast includes Jane Levy, Lucas Till, Tom Lennon, Barry Pepper, Amy Ryan, Danny Glover, Holt McCallany and Frank Whaley.

(Source Variety)



G.J. Echternkamp’s autobiographical comedy also stars Johnny Simmons, Jane Levy and Marc Maron.

Vertical Entertainment has secured worldwide digital rights to G.J. Echternkamp’s autobiographical comedy Frank and Cindy, starring Rene Russo, Oliver Platt and Johnny Simmons.

The feature looks at Echternkamp’s own relationship to his mother Cindy (Russo) and step-father Frank (Platt), the later the bassist of ’80s one-hit wonder OXO. Simmons plays Echternkamp. Jane Levy and Marc Maron co-star.

Echternkamp made a documentary of the same name, on the same subject, in 2007. The non-fiction film won best documentary honors at the Raindance and Seattle True Independent film festivals.

The Frank and Cindy feature film premiered at the L.A. Film Festival this summer. Vertical plans to roll out Frank and Cindy digitally worldwide in the second quarter of 2016.

The deal was negotiated by WME on behalf of the filmmakers, and Goldberg and Peter Jarowey, vp of Acquisitions, at Vertical.

(Source The Hollywood Reporter)



The actress replaces Jane Levy on the XYZ Films and Bullett Pictures action-thriller.

Pitch Perfect songbird Brittany Snow has lined up a potentially treacherous New York journey before the Barden Bellas reunite for a third outing.

The actress has boarded XYZ Films and Bullett Pictures’ Dave Bautista action vehicle Bushwick, replacing Suburgatory and Evil Dead reboot star Jane Levy, who was cast in March.

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(Source The Hollywood Reporter)



Random Media is excited to announce Bang Bang Baby will make its long-awaited domestic release on cable and Internet VOD November 10th.

Since the world premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, the film has been hailed by critics and audience alike for as a genre bending twist of “American Idol” and the classic horror film The Crazies. Director Jeffrey St. Jules won Best Canadian First Feature Film Award at TIFF, followed by the Claude Jutra Award at the Canadian Screen Awards. The CSA honored Justin Chatwin with a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

Bang Bang Baby stars Jane Levy (“Suburgatory”, Monster Trucks, Evil Dead) in a starmaking turn as Stepphy, a small town girl who’s caught between her big dreams of stardom and her controlling father, played by Peter Stormare (“Fargo”, 22 Jump Street). Justin Chatwin (“Shameless”, War of the Worlds, “Orphan Black”) plays rock star Bobby Shore who holds the key to making all of Stepphy’s dreams come true, and David Reale (“Suits”, One Week) plays creepy chemical factory manager Fabian. Maren Olson of Traction Media negotiated the deal.

Bang Bang Baby will be available across the United States on all major VOD platforms including: iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, InDemand, Comcast, Direct TV, Dish & more

The feature-length debut of director Jeffrey St. Jules, Bang Bang Baby is an otherworldly sci-fi musical about Stepphy, who lives in a sleepy 1960’s town with her alcoholic father. Stepphy dreams of escaping to a better life on the stage and screen, and when rock star Bobby Shore’s car breaks down in Lonely Arms, it seems her dream might be coming true. But when Stepphy hears that the local chemical factory is leaking dangerous purple fumes that can cause spontaneous human mutations, she becomes obsessed with hiding these dark secrets from Bobby. The ugly reality of Stepphy’s world increasingly encroaches on her fantasy of running away and becoming a star with Bobby – leading to an unavoidable clash.

(source BroadwayWorld)