Happy Tuesday! Hope you are surviving the Polar Vortex! Got a few tidbits for ya. Starting with Max Steel.
Looks like Max Steel is pushing their schedule just a bit, so offices are going to open a little later than initially planned. I did get a confirmation this morning, so I gotta give a huge congratulations to Tara and Chase over at Feldstein|Paris Casting for getting the principal casting gig for Mattel’s live-action feature. I was told there will be some nice day player roles for our local and regional actors. With that being said, no casting calls have been lined up yet, so DON’T pester them about roles, just tell your agent to be ready! No word yet on Extras Casting. I will keep you posted!
Max Steel tells the story of teenager Maxwell McGrath and alien companion Steel who can combine special turbo-energy powers to generate sensational superhero Max Steel. The storyline centers on bringing a positive and relatable hero to kids, drawing upon turbo-charged teamwork, laughter and friendship.
MovieWeb.com’s got some detailed info about one of the writers as well as the director:
Max Steel writer Christopher Yost most recently rewrote and did the production work on Thor: The Dark World for Marvel and director Alan Taylor. He also wrote the superhero adventure Secret Headquarters for Paramount and Stuber Pictures. Previously, Yost was a member of Marvel’s Writers Program, where he worked on the first Thor. Max Steel director Stewart Hendler recently directed and executive produced H+, a digital series for Dolphin Entertainment and Warner Brothers Entertainment, winning a Best Director award and sharing in a Best Sci-Fi or Action Series award at The 2013 Streamy Awards. Hendler also recently completed work on the award-winning digital series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn. Between them, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn and H+ have garnered 24 industry nominations, thus far. He also manages an active feature film career, having directed the studio features Whisper and Sorority Row, as well as developing several large-scale studio projects.
Love that local media is putting our local actor David Andrews in the spotlight. He’s got a four episode gig on the new NBC show, Crisis. Congrats David! Before this project he had a little fun on Brad Pitt’s World War Z.
According to Ok! Magazine, Katie Holmes is interested in taking part in a reunion of our teen drama, Dawson’s Creek. If you remember earlier last year Michelle Williams was itching to do one as well. As of now there is nothing scheduled or scripted, but if something does indeed brew, I will let you know. READ ARTICLE NOW
Don’t forget this Saturday McDuffy: The Urban Eagle will screen at the fabulous Post 1200 followed by Q & A with the filmmakers! Tickets are only $5, so buy them now for you and some friends. There is limited seating and it will sell out! The event begins at 7pm. You can do it online, or stop by Post 1200, they are right across from Screen Gems. It is rated R so keep in mind, it is ages 17 and up! It stars Matt McHugh, Shane Callahan, Madison Moss, Zeeko Zaki, Patrick Bryant Hayden, Nate Panning, and Jim Mahorney.
- JAN 8 – Wednesday: The People’s Choice Awards 9pm EST on CBS
- JAN 9 – Thursday: Variety’s upcoming Breakthrough of the Year Awards, at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Dean Norris will be on hand to accept the award for Under the Dome.
- JAN 10 – Friday: Banshee Season Two premieres on Cinemax
- JAN 13 – Monday: Sleepy Hollow Episode 11 “Vessel” – 9pm EST on FOX
- JAN 15 – Voting ends for Encore’s Best of 2014: VOTE NOW.
- JAN 20 – The epic two hour season finale of Sleepy Hollow at 8pm EST on FOX.
- JAN 29 – America’s Got Talent Auditions Greensboro Marriott Downtown.
That just about does it for me; I will have more Wilmywood updates for you tomorrow morning (unless something breaks). Got Scoop? Email me: email@example.com. Or message me on Wilmywood’s FB . You can also just post your comments below! Until then, that’s a wrap!!