I’m sorry for not saying much on last update but I was at my boyfriends house and was in a hurry. As you already saw we finally have some “50/50″ coming out! Early critics of the film are really positiv and it’s realease date let’s us hope it will get some good nominations.
Here are some more stuff of the film:
As updates on Anna are a bit slow, I found the time to update the gallery with some missing stuff. Here are some stills of Anna at various TV appearances the past couple of years:
As Anna went to Vancouver earlier this month to start filming her new film “Rapturepalooza” we were hoping to see some first set photos of her. Well we were actually able to get the first picture! You can find it already in the gallery.
I also updated sidebar with new Anna’s projects and gallery with a couple of old missing/rare pics of Anna:
Anna was spotted a couple of days ago arriving at Vancouver airport:
These days Anna is in talks about a coupe new projects for the upcoming year. There are info about her joining “Rapture-Palooza” and “The Archivist”. I’m really looking forward to see her at more roles soon!
Anna Kendrick and John Francis Daley are in talks to star in Lionsgate’s post-apocalyptic comedy Rapture-Palooza, one of the first titles from the mini-major’s new micro-budgeted production initiative.
They join Craig Robinson, whose casting was previously announced. Acclaimed commercial director Paul Middleditch is directing the movie, while Mosaic and Ed Solomon are producing.
Rapture-Palooza is a comedic look at life in the fallout of a religious apocalypse. Best described as Zombieland meets The Big Lebowski, the script was written by Chris Matheson. He and Robinson also are exec producing the comedy.
Lionsgate is planning to make a handful of micro-budgeted films each year with a production budget of $2 million and below.
Kendrick, nominated for an Oscar for her supporting role in Up in the Air, is also part of the Twilight franchise.
Daly, who currently stars in Fox’s series Bones, first came on to the scene as the lead in Judd Apatow’s acclaimed Freeks and Geeks. He also co-wrote the upcoming New Line comedy Horrible Bosses with writing partner Jonathan Goldstein.
Kendricks is repped by CAA. Daly is repped by UTA and manager Paul Coates.
Sometime this summer the extremely busy Robin Wright (Ari Folman’s The Congress, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Moneyball, Rampart) will be moving behind the camera to make her directorial debut. In the first piece of news since The Archivist was announced late last year, Colin Firth is no longer attached but Wright has apparently managed to add her The Conspirator co-stars Kevin Kline and Tom Wilkinson along with, actresses Sally Hawkins and Anna Kendrick to what will be a robust fivesome of stars (this includes Wright in front of the camera as well).
Gist: Scripted by Ann Cherkis (writer behind the filmed in Montreal, direct-to-video The Secret), this is about an American archivist who desperately tries to win back a valuable account he lost to his ex-wife in the UK while attempting to get her back as well.
Worth Noting: Michael Stipe’s Single Cell Pictures will produce the film – which would be a first in a long time: they’ve only produced: Velvet Goldmine, Being John Malkovich, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing and 2004’s Saved!
Do We Care?: I’m citing Vera Farmiga’s Higher Ground as a recent, formidable example of an actress moving behind the camera and delivering what is a confident directing debut. We wish the same for Wright.
Added 25 more HQs of Anna at LAX airport a couple of days ago:
Anna is back in LA after many appearances at Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Here are some pics of her at LAX airport.