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New re: Million Ways movie

Posted by Gator on April 19th, 2014

Here’s something new from the A Million Ways to Die in the West official website. (Click to enlarge.)

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Pics: Filming I Smile Back

Posted by Gator on April 12th, 2014

Here’s Sarah “on set” with Shayne Coleman, Skylar Gaertner, and Josh Charles, with whom she is starring in I Smile Back.

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Good Wife actor to come alive with Sarah

Sarah to star in new movie

Wreck-It Ralph sequel moving forward

Posted by Gator on April 6th, 2014

In an interview this week with collider.com, composer Henry Jackman, who wrote the original score for Wreck-It Ralph (as well as for the Captain America sequel), talked about a Ralph sequel.

040614wreckitportCOLLIDER: Have you heard anything about a Wreck-It Ralph sequel?

JACKMAN:  I did, to be honest with you.  I can’t tell you more,  not because I’m being coy, but I believe that it is officially on the  cards.  I don’t know any more other than a story is indeed being  written.  I’d be very surprised not to.  I’m not blowing my own  trumpet.  Forget about the music.  Just the movie itself I thought was  a fantastically imaginative and creative piece of work.  Rich [Moore], the  director, actually got involved in the writing.  There was another writer  and I can’t remember his name (Collider editor’s note: it’s Phil Johnston).  Just as  a concept, it would be almost remiss of them not to write another one.   It’s a great idea and it’s a great character.

Sarah at Gravy showing 4/1/14

Posted by Gator on April 2nd, 2014

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Yesterday, Sarah attended the premiere of James Roday’s film, Gravy (in which she appears), the opening night feature at the Friar’s Club Comedy Film Festival in New York.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good Wife actor to come alive with Sarah

Posted by Gator on March 30th, 2014

Actor Josh Charles was widely sought by journalists for comment after his character in CBS’s The Good Wife was unexpectedly killed in last week’s episode.

Telling the Baltimore Sun about his upcoming movie role starring opposite Sarah in the screen adaptation of I Smile Back, Charles described the movie this way:

“It’s a low-budget independent film, and a real passion project for all involved,” he said. “Sarah’s a pal, and I’m excited for people to see her in a new light in this dramatic role.”

No wonder Sarah posted this week:

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Sarah fans will recall that Sarah previously acted with Charles on a 2011 episode of The Good Wife. In Season 2: Episode 22, she memorably played Stephanie Engler, “the purveyor of a controvesial adult website that brokered hookups between married people.”

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Gravy debuts in NYC 4/1/14

Posted by Gator on March 24th, 2014

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James Roday’s movie, Gravy, finally gets a festival premiere. It will play at the Friar’s Club Comedy Film Festival on April 1 at 7 pm. The theater is in midtown Manhattan.
Go here for ticketing information.

 

The pic below has Sutton Foster at center. We haven’t found any pics yet that include Sarah.

 

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Sarah to star in new movie

Posted by Gator on March 10th, 2014

Sarah will star as an addicted housewife in the film adaptation of Amy Koppelman’s novel, I Smile Back. Here’s the Showbiz411 article that broke the news.

Sarah Silverman Will Make Dramatic Debut in “I Smile Back” About Addicted Housewife

by Roger Friedman – March 9, 2014

Sarah Silverman, the hilariously foul mouthed comedian, will make her dramatic debut as the star of a film adaption of Amy Koppelman’s much praised novel “I Smile Back.”

030914ismilebackThe film’s main character, Laney Brooks, a Short Hills, New Jersey suburban housewife is addicted to sex, drugs, and drink. She’s mordantly funny but has a dark, dark inner life. And this is after rehab.

Koppelman and Paige Dylan, wife of Wallflowers leader Jakob Dylan, wrote the script based on Koppelman’s novel. In the cast: Josh Charles plays Sarah’s husband and Thomas Sadoski from “The Newsroom” plays Silverman’s lover. Chris Sarandon and Terry Kinney are also cast.

Koppelman’s screenwriter husband Brian Koppelman and his partner David Levien are said to be producing along with Michael Harrop and Richard Arlook. Adam Salky is the director.

Silverman has had small parts in lots of movies, and TV shows. This would be quite a milestone in her career. “It’s a labor of love production,” says a source, “Sarah is really turning in amazing work.” The movie has been shooting for about a week around New York.

The source adds: “Amy wasn’t even thinking of writing a script until she heard Sarah doing on an interview on Howard Stern a couple of years ago. She called her up and said, I’m writing this for you. The two of them worked together on the script.”