Sunday, January 31, 2010

Video: Arrivals at "Time Stands Still"

1.28.10 - Vincent and Carin appear briefly as they arrive for the show.
Check out our footage from Time Stands Still's opening night. Several celebs were on hand to support Laura Linney, Brian d'Arcy James, Eric Bogosian, and Alicia Silverstone in Donald Margulies' new play. We caught Amy Ryan, Rob Ashford, Guillermo Diaz, Martha Plimpton, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, Jill Clayburgh, Nolan Gerard Funk, Alan Alda, Jonathan Cake & Julianne Nicholson, Michael Cerveris, Daniel Breaker & Kate Whoriskey, Maury Povich & Connie Chung, and Adriane Lenox. Go and see Time Stands Still at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
- posted on Youtube by BroadwayLeagueVideos

Thanks Labs_n_SD!

Friday, January 29, 2010

Vincent attends Broadway's "Time Stands Still"

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01/28/2010 - Vincent and Carin attend "Time Stands Still", Broadway Opening Night at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in NYC.

Thanks Jenn, Linda, Jay, and Briena!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Ringwood home becomes movie set for Kyra Sedgwick, Vincent D’Onofrio
Wednesday, January 27, 2010

RINGWOOD — A sleepy cul-de-sac bustled with activity, neighbors were entertained and local eateries saw more business as a film crew landed in town on Wednesday for five days to shoot a movie.

“Chlorine,” starring Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent D’Onofrio, will wrap up on Sunday after the filming of some last shots in Nik Belcevich’s family home on Juniper Terrace.

Belcevich, the producer of the film, grew up in the bi-level house where his mother, Natasha Belcevich, still lives.

During the past month, the brown and white house was completely remade for the movie, including painted walls and new furniture.

On Wednesday morning, Natasha headed to Atlantic City for a few days. “I’m going to enjoy myself, take a little vacation,” she said, smiling. “You really lose yourself in this. It isn’t my house anymore.”

Using his childhood home is just one of the ways Belcevich is saving money to get this movie made. With his childhood friend and partner Chris Beatty, who grew up in Wayne, the two are trying to keep the budget under $1 million, a sharp decline from the $7 million initially planned years ago when the film was set to be made by a different production company.

“We’re not here to make a killing,” Belcevich said. “We just want to make art and get it out there.”

Instead of providing trailers for the actors, he found a “holding house” — the home of his mother’s friend — for Sedgwick and D’Onofrio to have hair and makeup done. The crew is staying in a low-budget hotel in Mahwah, and lunch is served in a white, unheated tent in nearby Pioneer Park. Scenes from the movie, due to be released in October, were also shot in Wayne and at the Passaic County Golf Course.

The film tells the story of a family struggling to maintain its well-to-do lifestyle as the real estate market crashes. Sedgwick and D’Onofrio play parents with two children in an overly materialistic community, Belcevich said.

Filming in the Garden State is a growing trend. According to the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission, 834 projects were made in 2008 in New Jersey, including 90 feature films, 172 television series and specials and dozens of documentaries, music videos, and commercials. Full article

Thanks Linda!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Kyra Sedgwick, Vincent D'Onofrio in 'Chlorine'

Hollywood Reporter
By Borys Kit
Jan 25, 2010, 11:00 PM ET

Duo to star as husband and wife in Jay Alaimo's indie film

Kyra Sedgwick and Vincent D'Onofrio have signed on for "Chlorine," an indie dramedy from writer-director Jay Alaimo.

"Chlorine" revolves around a family struggling to maintain their well-to-do lifestyle in their overly materialistic New England community. Sedgwick plays the matriarch, who is more interested in appearances than for caring or showing affection toward her husband (D'Onofrio) and pushes him into a bad real estate deal.

Christopher Beatty, Gary Giudice and Alaimo are producing the pic, which begins filming this month in New Jersey. Michael Liberty executive produces.

Matt Fiorello and Peter Tannenbaum worked on the script with Alaimo.

Alaimo co-wrote and directed "Slingshot," starring Julianna Margulies. This isn't the first time he has tried to film "Chlorine"; a few years ago, the filmmaker assembled a cast that included Ray Liotta and Demi Moore, but the pic fell apart because of Hurricane Katrina and scheduling.

After "Chlorine," Sedgwick jumps back into production on the latest season of "The Closer," TNT's top-rated show, which also garnered Sedgwick a Golden Globe Award as well as an Emmy nomination. The actress is repped by UTA and Impression Entertainment.

The UTA-repped D'Onofrio, best known for "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," recently wrapped production on crime thriller "The Irishman" with Val Kilmer and Christopher Walken.

Thanks Linda!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Kate Erbe at Sundance

Update 1.30.10: Eric Mendelsohn* wins the U.S. Directing Award for "3 Backyards" starring Edie Falco. Elias Koteas, Embeth Davidtz and Kathryn Erbe--
"The last time I was here, on this stage, I had so much Xanax in my system that I dribbled. Pardon me. I have a problem with anxiety. So this is for all the people with anxiety... I wanna dedicate this to my country. To everyone who gets up at 4 in the morning to make a movie instead of doing something else."

*Mendelsohn is also a Columbia University professor

1.25.10 Kathryn Erbe in Park City, Utah for her film "3 Backyards" screening at the Sundance Film Festival. -

Kathryn Erbe arrives Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of the film "3 Backyards" in Park City.- The Salt Lake Tribune

Role in Chlorine

Synopsis - In 1985 New England, a man discovers that his wife has unwittingly put him in a local real estate deal that has him caught squarely into the savings and loan debacle.

Vincent's role - [ROGER LENT] Cynthia and Henry's father, he's a complacent, somewhat depressed, boyish-looking 44-year-old banker who's been failing to earn a promotion at the Savings and Loan for several years, much to his wife Georgie's disdain and rage. According to his boss Ted, Roger doesn't have any fire in his belly. In his younger years, Roger was known as a jock stud, but now he sports a paunch and wears outdated glasses. Under pressure from Georgie to invest in Cooper Canyon Estates, Roger makes some unethical maneuvers with a new client's cash. Though he regrets his behavior, he's able to leverage the information he gleans about Ted's corrupt real estate investment to secure a better position at the bank and stand up to his boss. His new found confidence helps repair his marriage.

Director Jay Alaimo (Slingshot, Scrubs) was to begin filming 'Chlorine' in 2006 with Ray Liotta, Selma Blair, Justin Theroux, Julianna Margulies, Demi Moore, and David Arquette - in Shreveport, Louisiana but production was suspended.

Thanks Sam!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Photos from set of "Chlorine"

1.23.10 - We received an email today regarding the source of these photos. So there is no misunderstanding, we obtained these photos from the Madison Eagle, after receiving a comment from Labs_n_SD to our casting call post. Also we received an email with a link to the article from Linda P. at 2:38pm yesterday. They did NOT come from another VDO blog. The photo credit belongs to Judi Whiting and the Madison Eagle, as noted below.

Crew member Paul Dailey, left, runs through a dress rehearsal with actor Vincent D’Onofrio, familiar to TV viewers as the star of NBC’s “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” in a scene for the independent film “Chlorine” shot last Friday evening inside Madison’s Chatham Bookseller on Green Village Road.

Although last Friday’s film shoot kept the Chatham Bookseller shop open well past its business hours, the owner didn’t mind as actor Vincent D’Onofrio, left, and proprietor Frank Deodene struck up a rapport. “I really liked D’Onofrio,” Deodene said

Star Vincent D'Onofrio rehearses a scene with actress Jackie Moore during a film shoot inside the Chatham Bookseller in Madison on Friday night Jan 15.
From Madison Eagle. Photos by Judi Whiting.

Thanks Labs_n_SD and Linda!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

OT: Music For Relief for Haiti

Download unreleased music for free, make a donation!
Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda: Haiti Benefit Project Happened 'Quickly'

LOS ANGELES — Barely a week after tragedy hit Haiti in the form of a massive earthquake, Linkin Park have stepped forward to help the country's struggling residents with Download to Donate for Haiti, an ambitious project featuring new music from some of the industry's top musicians. On Tuesday (January 19), we caught up with Mike Shinoda, who is currently working overtime to turn his musical talents into much-needed relief.

"Download to Donate has come together very, very quickly," Shinoda explained of the project, featuring brand-new music that can now be downloaded in exchange for a donation to Haiti relief efforts. "It was an idea as of Thursday — and as of right now, we have nine songs up."

Shinoda plans to add more tracks in the upcoming days — each from a major act who donated their track in response to the January 12 earthquake. "We ask that you donate, but you don't have to — if all you can afford is to spread the word, embed the widget, share it on Facebook, Twitter, whatever, then that will be good enough," explained the rapper/songwriter/guitarist for Linkin Park, whose new track "Not Alone" is offered alongside contributions from Peter Gabriel, Alanis Morissette, Dave Matthews Band and more. "We're hoping to raise a lot of money for a lot of people who need it in Haiti. Full article
About Music for Relief: Founded by the band Linkin Park, Music for Relief is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to victims of natural disasters and the prevention of such disasters. Since its inception in 2005, Music for Relief has raised over $3 million for victims of multiple disasters across four continents and planted over 810,000 trees to help reduce global warming. For more information visit

More on "Chlorine" film set

Tiger Tennis used as movie filming site

WAYNE — The township's own Tiger Tennis of Wayne abandoned its regular routine of rackets and tennis shoes to be part of an upcoming dark comedy called "Chlorine."

Starring Kyra Sedgwick, Dreama Walker, Rhys Coiro, Elisabeth Rohm, and Vincent D'Onofrio, the movie portrays the lives of several struggling couples who are facing the cruel obstacles that life occasionally presents. The requirement to depict an upper class country club in a complicated suburban town drove the movie's director to choose Tiger Tennis as its number one shooting location. Coincidently, one of the movie's producers happened to be a Wayne resident who suggested the Tennis Court as a sensible place to film some of the movie's scenes.

Chelsea Lounsbery, a part time employee at Tiger Tennis and high school student, said, "It's crazy to know that the actors and actresses I watch on T.V. are filming a movie not only in Wayne, but in the place I work!"

Lounsbery noted the generosity of each of the cast members.

"Everyone was willing to take pictures and sign autographs. They never made you feel like you were a bother."
Full article

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Casting Call in New Jersey for "Chlorine"

A feature length film with an a-list ensemble cast will be shooting in Kinnelon NJ on the 21st of January. It will be a large, upscale, party sequence. Please submit a photograph (does not have to be professional) and include your name and number to This is a Non Union extra call. This is great for anyone who wants to find out what a film set is like and those seeking to expand their resume.

you must:

Provide your own transportation
Provide your own wardrobe (requirements emailed upon application)

Meals will be provided

* Location: Kinnelon NJ
* Compensation: small
* Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
* Please, no phone calls about this job!
* Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Please note that we will also require extras until 31 Jan, so please email us your general availability.

New film: Chlorine

Madison book shop, jeweler's become film sets for a day
Vincent D'Onofrio of 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent' shoots scenes in downtown Madison for independent film
By SALLY CAPONE, Madison Eagle | 1.20.10

Frank Deodene, owner of the Chatham Bookseller at 8 Green Village Road, had his 15 minutes of fame on Friday, Jan. 15, when an independent film crew set up shop inside his front door.

Deodene and Jon Elliott, owner of Emerson Elliott Jewelers at 27 Main St., were contacted several days before Friday’s shooting by the crew of the film, “Chlorine.”

Deodene got to meet one of the film’s stars, Vincent D’Onofrio, who plays Detective Robert Goren on the NBC-TV series, “Law and Order: Criminal Intent.”

The film also stars Kyra Sedgwick of the TNT-TV show, “The Closer.”

‘Really Liked D’Onofrio’

“Several very brief scenes were shot at the front desk, and everybody was very nice and good about putting things back,” Deodene said.

A crew of 25 and a “day player” from Sparta Township shot their scenes from 5 to 9:15 p.m., he said.

“I really liked D’Onofrio,” who Deodene described as 6 foot 3 or 4 inches tall and bulky.

“When he met my wife, Kay, he called her ‘Sweetie,’ maybe because she’s very petite,” he said.

Deodene said he was surprised that so many takes were required even for a few lines.

“I will definitely see the movie, even if it is bad,” he remarked.

The first thing D’Onofrio did when he arrived for the Madison shoot was to step up and shake hands with police officers at the scene.

Earlier in the day, the movie crew set up at Emerson Elliott Jewelers from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., owner Jon Elliott recalled.

The scene shot there involved a salesgirl selling a watch to a young girl.

Elliott said he was surprised by the “tremendous amount of fancy equipment.”
Full article

CI Actors on Health Care Reform

Thanks Heather!

"Staten Island" caps and clip

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Director: James DeMonaco
Cast: Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, Seymour Cassel, Julianne Nicholson
Rated: R
Released in US: 12.22.09
Run Time: 96 minutes
Extras: deleted scenes and commentaries by D'Onofrio, DeMonaco and Hawke

....The most impressive aspect of this production, co-produced by none other than Luc Besson, is the three main performances. D'Onofrio is excellent as Parmie, a quirky mobster whose relationship with his mother is simultaneously touching and creepy. He not only looks the party, sporting big 'George Romero style' glasses that contrast with his fancy suits, but he acts it as well. When he climbs a tree, you're not really surprised. Ethan Hawke isn't quite as good here as D'Onofrio is but only by a slight margin. He's completely convincing in the role of the dim witted but somewhat well meaning septic tank cleaner, and you can absolutely believe he loves his wife and wants the best for their baby - even if he's a completely bonehead. The real scene stealer, however, is Seymour Cassel who says more here with facial expressions and body language and without uttering a single word than anyone else in the cast.

Monday, January 18, 2010

OT: Fan Fiction Pros and Cons

From Fast Cash Freelance, 1.18.10
by Kathryn Lively

Is Fan Fiction a Good Writing Practice?

I’ve been following an interesting thread of conversation on a writing message board: a debate as to whether or not the practice of writing fan fiction is healthy for an aspiring writer.

By definition: “fan fiction” are stories involving characters from a television series or movie, written by fans and usually printed in underground magazines or on the Internet for other fans to enjoy. This concept is especially popular among fans of science fiction programs, and writers of all skill levels participate. For the serious fan fiction writer, there are even science-fiction conventions which present annual awards for the best-written prose. Stories may range from histories explaining gaps in a particular TV show’s canon (e.g. what has the cast of House been up to between seasons one and two?) to rather silly missives—I once found on the Internet a Star Trek story where all of the characters had been replaced by the cast of Desperate Housewives!

Is fan fiction a healthy exercise? For one, it technically is not a legal exercise, as all television and movie characters are protected by copyright. Since fan fiction is essentially a non-profit enterprise, however, most production companies tend to turn a blind eye to the activity. Rene Balcer, an executive producer of the show Law and Order, once told a fan e-zine that he did not mind the fan fiction based upon his show, and this appears to be the general consensus so long as a writer does not try to sell his/her work.
Full article

Friday, January 15, 2010

The Greatest Detective

The Hallmark Channel UK is running a "greatest detective" contest for all Law & Order Detectives!

"2010 is a big year for Law & Order - it's been 20 years since Dick Wolf first brought the series to our screens - and what a 20 years. Inspired by the huge success of the original, two fantastic new Law & Order series were created: Special Victims Unit and Criminal Intent. All 3 series have been full of drama and have featured extra special guest stars...however, the real stars of the shows are the detectives.

Without a doubt Law & Order has the finest crime cracking talent on our screens today... but just who is the greatest of all?

We have shortlisted 10 detectives from all 3 shows and are letting you vote on who you think is the best.

The first 5 will be revealed from 7pm Saturday and the remaining 5 from 7pm Sunday.

Over the next 10 weeks we will be showing you the best episodes from all 10 detectives so you can make sure that you use your vote wisely.

The winner will be announced in an extra special finale weekend in April.

To really get to know the detectives a little bit more log on to the website and read all about them.

Happy voting!"

Hallmark Channel

Thanks Charley!


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Cooking with Vincent

"With just me and Vincent D'Onofrio in the kitchen, things can't go wrong."

LOL! It's about bagels--

Schmear factor

Bagel making is a little time-consuming, but you will know it is time well spent when the scent of freshly baked, golden bagels permeates the house.

My 11-year-old Icelandic nephew sat down at the breakfast table with a look that suggested he'd stayed up too late Wii-ing the evening before. "I'm not hungry," he muttered, ignoring the platter full of freshly baked bagels in front of him. His mother, my sister, wouldn't hear of it. "You will eat one bagel! Your aunt just baked these. They're home-baked!" Grudgingly, he reached for one of the bagels, split it open and slathered it with butter. He took a bite, a few chews, and all of a sudden his eyes opened wide. "OH, MY GOD," he said -- in English! I think he ate four more before his mother ordered him to stop so he wouldn't get a stomachache. This, really, is the reason why I make my own bagels, and do so no matter what the calendar says. If it happens to be a 100-degree day, I wait until nighttime to bake. Homemade bagels are scrumptious, everything you ever wanted a breadstuff to be.

excerpted....I like my kids out of my way when I make bagels -- it involves a large pot of boiling water on the stove -- so I often make the dough in the morning, let it proof in the refrigerator during the day, and then when they've gone to bed, I get out the dough, turn on "Law & Order" and get to work. With just me and Vincent D'Onofrio in the kitchen, things can't go wrong.
Full article

Thanks Jenn!

Valentines Day

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

"The New Tenants" trailer

The New Tenants trailer from Det Danske Filminstitut on Vimeo.

Synopsis: A prying neighbor, a glassy-eyed drug dealer, and a husband brandishing both a weapon and a vendetta make up the welcome wagon in Director Joachim Back's darkly satirical short film, "The New Tenants." Set amidst the as-yet-unopened boxes and the hopes for a fresh start of two men on what might be the worst moving day ever, their new apartment reveals its terrifying history in a film that is by turns funny, frightening, and unexpectedly romantic.

Thank you to Julia!

More on The New Tenants

Monday, January 11, 2010

"3 Backyards" at Sundance - Photos and Press Notes

Kathryn Erbe's upcoming film titled "3 Backyards", directed by Eric Mendelsohn (right), will screen at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. For more photos, screening schedule, additional information, visit Sundance's website.

Photo and press notes sent in by Larissa of  untapdtreasure.  Thank you!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

The best performances by a human who has been inhabited by an alien

When Vincent D’Onofrio finished the first scene he shot on Men In Black, there was nothing but silence on the set. Nobody. Said. A word. D’Onofrio assumed they hated what he did. He returned to his trailer and prepared to be fired. He really thought he was through. Soon, the producers did in fact knock on his door. “Can we have a word with you?” they said, not waiting to be invited in (I guess they sorta owned the trailer). “You just cost us a lot of money,” they said, going on to explain how they’d spent several hundred thousand dollars on a CG alien that they had just realized was utterly useless thanks to D’Onofrio’s brilliant take on farmer Ed. This was before Avatar. Back then, geeks worked for years on Comodore 64’s, in DOS, just to make Pong go pu-kuuk. For an interstellar battle, grips lit paper plates on fire and chucked them. “Rolling!” Finally, the producers in D’Onofrio’s trailer delivered the line they’d come to deliver, but it wasn’t the one D’Onofrio had expected to hear.

“What you’re doing is far more interesting,” they said. “Keep it up.” Good call, producer dudes! It’s so true. When D’Onofrio was preparing for Men in Black he’d been watching a lot of John Houston movies. He didn’t seek them out; they were just what he was watching at the time. He thought Huston’s voice might be a good basis for the Edgar, post-invasion. But the main inspiration that D’Onofrio arrived at, the perfectly simple entry point for this character, was the idea of comfort. Or rather, the lack of it. When this two-story alien donned his human disguise, he’d be, D’Onofrio assumed, kinda grumpy. Not a happy alien. Once he had that, he’s said, everything fell into place. And how. A classic.

Next year D’Onofrio will play an alien of a different sort next year in Down & Dirty Pictures, based on Peter Biskind’s tell-all book about the Indie film scene in America. In a fit of inspired casting, D’Onofrio has been hired to play… Harvey Weinstein.

Source: TrueSlant

Thanks Linda and Judy P!

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Men With a Message: Help Wanted

NY Times | 12.31.09
By Alessandra Stanley

THE decade opened with an alpha male in a psychiatrist’s office and closed with an alpha male committing himself to a psychiatric institution.

From “The Sopranos” to “House", men marked the last 10 years of television less as hellions or healers than as analysands — fragile bullies who recognized they were damaged and sought help. The 21st century was ushered in by a He Decade: 10 years of men gazing at their navels.

Naturally, it’s the women’s fault. All those sitcoms and dramas of the ’80s and ’90s that reflected women’s liberation, self-actualization and consciousness raising paid off by wearing down the opposite sex; even made men buckled under the pressure. Accordingly, many of the most notable series of the last 10 years showcased men who examined their feelings or at least acknowledged their limitations.

...But TV’s romance with the masculine psyche can be found even in the most prosaic network crime shows, including the evolution of “Law & Order” spinoffs. The original, which started on NBC in 1990, was conceived by its creator, Dick Wolf, as an antidote to crime shows like “NYPD Blue,” which fastened onto the psychic distress of antiheroes like Andy Sipowicz. For a while, at least, “Law & Order” kept crime and punishment in the foreground and gave viewers only sketchy details about the private lives of its detectives and prosecutors.

But even Mr. Wolf’s template gave in to the times. In 1999, on the cusp of a new century, came “Law & Order: SVU,” a procedural about sex crimes, but it soon turned out that some of the most lurid moments were found in the romantic and psychological entanglements of its central characters. By 2001 the lead detective on another spinoff, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” was a former altar boy burdened with a schizophrenic mother and a disturbing ability to bond with criminals and the criminally insane. In an episode titled “Untethered,” the detective (Vincent D’Onofrio) implodes and is suspended for psychiatric evaluation.
Full article

Friday, January 1, 2010

Video: "The First Turn On"

Before he went to Vietnam in Full Metal Jacket or starting solving murder cases on Law & Order, lil' Vincent D'Onofrio (3rd from right)was discovered by Troma in the hilarious 1983 sex comedy THE FIRST TURN-ON!!, his first screen acting role!

Thanks minty44!

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List of films in production.

"In Dubious Battle" [2016]

"In Dubious Battle" [2016]
An activist gets caught up in the labor movement for farm workers in California during the 1930s. Vincent....Al Anderson


A story about the early life of Tennessee Williams

Directed by James Franco
Vincent D'Onofrio, Jacob Loeb

"American Falls" - [TBA]

In a rural town in Southern Idaho, the Suzukis, a Japanese American family, run a small motel. One night they get a strange visitor who sports ‘city’ clothes who turns out to be the first African-American man that Toru Suzuki’s children have ever seen. Yoshiko takes it upon herself to solve the mystery about this man, especially when 2 police officers come knocking on their door.

Short film produced by Erika Hampson.
Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Foster.

'Purgatory' [TBA]

'Purgatory' [TBA]
Tagline: In the Wild West a lot of blood was spilled... but it didn't go to waste. Vincent....Dallas Stoudenmire

"A Fall From Grace" [TBA]

Detective Michael Tabb knows the city of St. Louis inside and out. He has felt its true heart, as much as its dark underbelly: but he does not know who, in both the dark and light - is taking the lives of young girls.

Director: Jennifer Lynch
Producer/Writer ...Eric Wilkinson

Vincent D'Onofrio ....George Lawson (GRACE's father)
Tim Roth.......Detective Tabb

Filming in St Louis - TBA

"Supreme Ruler" [TBA]

A man campaigns to become the leader of the Buffalo lodge.

Vincent D'Onofrio as Hank Dory
Ron Livingston as Steve
Marcia Gay Harden as Nancy

"The Monster Next Door" [TBA]

"The Monster Next Door" - Comedy Horror

Executive Produced by Dennis Johnson, Melanie Mohlman Produced by Eric Wilkinson, David Michaels
Written by Jim Robbins
Directed by Jennifer Lynch

Cast: Vincent D'Onofrio, Bill Pullman, French Stewart, Bill Moseley

'Down & Dirty Pictures' - [in Production - Filming TBA]

'Down & Dirty Pictures' - [in Production - Filming TBA]
Vincent......Harvey Weinstein

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