Jules / May 30th, 2019

Cinedigm has obtained the North American distribution rights to Miss Arizona, the dramedy that picked up Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2018 Bentonville Film Festival. The pic hails from writer/director Autumn McAlpin, who was propelled by the Women’s March in fall 2016. Miss Arizona marked McAlpin’s feature directorial debut. It’ll get a day-and-date limited theatrical, on demand and digital release July 12 followed by a DVD release August 27. The story follows Rose Raynes (played by Quantico actress Johanna Braddy) who was crowned Miss Arizona 15 years ago. Rose accepts an invitation to teach a life skills class at a women’s shelter where she attempts to share her platform speech with a room of four disinterested women dodging abusive exes. But when trouble shows up at the shelter, the five embark on a wild all-night adventure through L.A.’s darkest streets and wildest drag club as the women fight to survive and discover what they need most. Rounding out the cast are Robyn Lively (Teen Witch), Dana Wheeler-Nicholson (Nashville), Otmara Marrero (Crackle’s Startup), Shoniqua Shandai (I am the Night), Steve Guttenberg (Ballers), Missi Pyle (Nobody’s Fool) as well as Willam and Ginger Minj of RuPaul’s Drag Race. McAlpin and DeAnna Cooper produced the project with Michael McAlpin serving as executive producer. Melody Fowler, Vice-President of Acquisitions, completed the deal on behalf of Cinedigm. Source deadline

Jules / May 30th, 2019

Growing up in the ’80s, there is one friendly face that I’d always associate with some of the best comedies to come out of that decade: Steve Guttenberg. From Police Academy to Three Men and a Baby, Mr. Guttenberg permanently cemented himself in the subconscious of moviegoers. When I think of the best times I’ve had with my friends watching films, a film starring this man is always involved. His portrayal as Carey Mahoney even pushed me towards pursuing a career in law enforcement. Then I learned that they had a weight limit … and my dream died. Continue here

Jules / March 26th, 2019

Some people decide to be actors but then acting does not agree with them, or they do one movie and fall off the face of the earth. For instance, we all loved watching “E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial” and although Henry Thomas who starred as young Elliot made his career out of the film not one of the subsequent films he appeared in had such fame. Likewise, Steve Guttenberg made his career in the 1980s, but he has continued to fade away until Adam revived him with the show “The Goldbergs.” Let’s guess why Adam saw it fit to have Steve on his show. Read More here

Jules / February 24th, 2019

Three very special guest stars are headed to The Goldbergs, and we have your first look! On February 27’s new episode, titled “Our Perfect Strangers,” Erica, Barry and Adam are not happy when their distant relative Gleb (played by character actor Joey Slotnik) visits from Russia — until they realize he can make their lives so much easier. Meanwhile, Beverly starts working on her cookbook, which causes tension with the Frentas. Plus, Kevin Smith steps in to direct this episode! Read More here

Jules / February 17th, 2019

Actor Steve Guttenberg is making a comedy comeback, and this time it’s in a time-travel movie called Stuck!. Star of such well-known 1980s comedy titles as the spoof-laden Police Academy movies, Short Circuit, the Three Men and a Baby series and the Cocoon series, Guttenberg was a household name in the early days of a TV and film career that kicked off in the late 1970s. Read More here


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