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Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have tapped American independent filmmaker Gregg Araki, one of the leading lights of the New Queer Cinema movement, to write and direct an original short film featuring the brand’s fall collections for men and women.
Here Now” features a cast of young actors including “Glee” alum Jacob Artist, “Suburgatory” star Jane Levy, Grace Victoria Cox, Jake Weary and Canadian actor and singer Avan Jogia. The film also stars Nicole Laliberte, who appeared in Araki’s 2010 film “Kaboom.”



Stephen Lang and Jane Levy have signed on to star in Fede Alvarez’s untitled horror thriller.

Dylan Minnette and Daniel Zovatto are already onboard to star, as The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported.

The Ghost House Pictures project, previously called A Man in the Dark, is now untitled. It follows three teens who get away with perfectly planned home robberies as they set out for their final, and biggest, heist. But when they break into the home of a reclusive blind man, the tables are turned and they find themselves fighting for survival against a psychopath with secrets of his own.

Lang will play the blind man and Levy is the female lead.

Alvarez, who will direct, and Rodo Sayagues wrote the script for the project, which is produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert for Ghost House Pictures. J.R. Young, Nathan Kahane, Joe Drake and Erin Westerman will executive produce. The film will shoot this summer in Budapest and Detroit.

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions picked up worldwide distribution rights to the film last fall at the American Film Market. The film will be released by Sony on August 26, 2016.

Dan Freedman negotiated deals for Ghost House Pictures.

Lang stars in TV series Salem, and is known for his work in feature films Avatar, Conan the Barbarian and The Men Who Stare at Goats. He will next be seen on AMC’s Into the Badlands and the crime comedy Band of Robbers, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. He’s repped by Innovative Artists.

Levy is reuniting with Alvarez, whom she worked with on Ghost House Pictures’ Evil Dead. She also starred on TV series Suburgatory, and her film credits include Fun Size and the upcoming Monster Trucks. She’s repped by WME, Burstein Company and Sloane, Offer.

(source The Hollywood Reporter)



Jane attended the ‘Frank and Cindy’ screening during the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on June 16, 2015 in Los Angeles. I have added 4 pictures to the gallery



Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have tapped American independent filmmaker Gregg Araki, one of the leading lights of the New Queer Cinema movement, to write and direct an original short film featuring the brand’s fall collections for men and women.

Here Now” features a cast of young actors including “Glee” alum Jacob Artist, “Suburgatory” star Jane Levy, Grace Victoria Cox, Jake Weary and Canadian actor and singer Avan Jogia. The film also stars Nicole Laliberte, who appeared in Araki’s 2010 film “Kaboom.”

A trailer for the short film will be shown for the first time at the Cinema Paradiso festival at the Grand Palais in Paris on June 16. The full movie, which lasts around five minutes, will be unveiled on July 4 at kenzo.com/herenow. The actors will also be featured in print ads for Kenzo.

(source WWD)



Yesterday Jane attended the 5th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards with her friend Mae Whitman:



Paramount has driven away from a Christmas launch for “Monster Trucks,” moving the live-action/CGI film to March 18.

Monster Trucks” is produced by Paramount Animation and Disruption Entertainment and directed by Chris Wedge from a script by Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger and Derek Connolly. The film stars Jane Levy, Lucas Till, Amy Ryan, Rob Lowe, Danny Glover, Barry Pepper and Holt McCallany.

The move leaves four other films opening on Christmas — Warner Bros.’ “Point Break,” Fox’s Jennifer Lawrence-David O. Russell project “Joy,” Open Road’s “Snowden” and Sony’s Will Smith-NFL drama “Concussion.”

Fox is opening “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip” on Dec. 23. It’s likely that the holiday season box office will be dominated by Disney’s much-anticipated “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which launches on Dec. 18.

“Monster Trucks” will now open against Lionsgate’s third “Divergent” film, “Allegiant Part 1.”

(source Variety)