Vodka is Thicker Than Water…
Based on the internationally-acclaimed play by Colette Freedman, Sister Cities tells the story of four estranged sisters who reunite for their mother’s alleged suicide.
As old animosities and new secrets continue to surface, the siblings quickly retreat into their childhood roles. A raging storm traps them inside their island home with their dead mother, and the women’s fragile facades begin to crack as they share memories, play Scrabble, and drink a lot of vodka…
Sister Cities’ all-star cast includes Dianna Agron, Morena Baccarin, Melanie Lynskey, Alfred Molina, David Oyelowo, Liv Tyler, and Jackie Weaver.
Screenplay by Colette Freedman
Directed by Alfred Molina
Source: Prospect House
The music video, an ode to young love and all-nighters in downtown Los Angeles, stars Agron’s little brother, Jason.
“When Dianna told me her vision of romantic innocence set to the backdrop of downtown, I was hooked,” Legg tells Billboard. “‘Till Sunrise’ is all about fantasy and what-ifs, and for me this video captures that dream perfectly.”
Agron also has an inner-romance with the neighborhood, which she says was long “under-appreciated” but has recently seen a hip revitalization. When it came time to cast the lovers, she chose up-and-coming actress Gabby Haugh, who plays her younger sister in Mark Polish’s Headlock, due out next year, and her little brother Jason, who happened to be in town for his birthday.
“I’m lucky he loves me and was game,” Agron told Billboard via email. “Although, he did get to kiss beautiful Gabby in the end, so I guess it wasn’t the worst day ever. I mean, come on.”
Sam Smith has revealed the video for his forthcoming single I’m Not The Only One. The brilliant video features Dianna and Chris Messina:
Former “Glee” actress Dianna Agron has joined Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall in the romantic comedy “Tumbledown,” which began principal photography in Massachusetts this week.
Agron co-stars with Joe Manganiello, Blythe Danner, Griffin Dunne and Richard Masur in director Sean Mewshaw’s first feature, written by first-time screenwriter Desi Van Til. The filmmakers previously collaborated on the short film “Last Night,” which starred Frances McDormand and premiered at the Venice Film Festival.
“Tumbledown,” produced by Kristin Hahn of Indigo Films and Aaron L. Gilbert and Margot Hand of Bron Studios, takes place deep in the forests of Maine.
Hannah (Hall) is unable to move on after the death of her husband, an acclaimed musician and the subject of a biography she’s struggling to write, when she meets Andrew, a brash New York academic who has a different take on her husband’s life — and death. The unlikely pair must collaborate to craft the famous singer’s story and begin to write the next chapter in their lives together.
CAA packaged the project and will be representing North American rights. International sales are being handled by Sierra/Affinity. Financing provided by Bron Studios, CW Media Finance, Corner Piece Capital and Coastal Capital.
Van Til and Mewshaw are managed by Anonymous Content.
Source: The Wrap
Chace Crawford is coming to Glee.
E!Online exclusively revealed that the former Gossip Girl star will appear on the 100th episode.
“I think he’s going to be Dianna Agron’s new love interest,” Matthew Morrison told E! Online at Audi’s pre-Golden Globes party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood.
He added, “His name is Biff. He’s kind of a Yalie degenerate.” (No word if Crawford will sing during his appearance.)
Crawford is on set working with Agron and the other Glee co-stars including Mark Salling now. See the Twitter pic here!
Dianna Agron might not have been invited back for “Glee’s” tribute to Cory Monteith, but the actress is confirmed to return for the show’s 100th episode in March 2014.
“Glee” creator Ryan Murphy has been using his Twitter account to slowly announce the original cast members who have accepted his offer to return to the show for the special celebration — specifying that ALL of them were invited back — and the latest name is probably the most anticipated one. Agron had spoken openly in the press about how she didn’t turn down the opportunity to celebrate the life of her former onscreen love, she was simply not invited to do so.
But she’ll be back for episode 100 instead, along with new mom Heather Morris, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr., Kristin Chenoweth, and recently crowned “Dancing With the Stars” winner Amber Riley. Murphy will be tweeting out the rest of the names as their deals are signed, so stay tuned for more announcements.
“Glee” fans recently had the chance to choose from a list of 30 past numbers the 10 songs they want the cast to reprise — and remix — in the 100th episode.
Dianna stars in the music video for The Killers‘ new song “Just Another Girl”!
A financial thriller called, inexplicably, “A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island,” is about to head into production with Frank Grillo leading a cast that also includes Minnie Driver, John Leguizamo, Dianna Agron, Ed Westwick and Maggie Q, according to Variety.
Aram Rappaport wrote and will direct the film starring Grillo as an ex-Wall Street businessman who is tasked by the Secretary of the Treasury with saving the American economy from a cyber attack: “With the help of his wife, he recruits his rag tag team of misfits, and prepares to save the world from total financial implosion.” The title seems to suggest it’ll have some connection to a real life conspiracy that’s linked to a secret meeting US Senators had with Wall Street bigwigs on the Georgian resort island Jekyll Island in the year 1910. The meeting is theorized by the crazies to have led to the Federal Reserve System. Who ever said economics was boring?! Filming begins next month.
Grillo can soon be seen as villain Crossbones in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” while “Glee” alum Agron next has indie drama “Pretenders” with Michael B. Jordan, Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots. “Gossip Girl” star Westwick recently played Tybalt in the new “Romeo and Juliet” and is shooting monster mash-up comedy “The Kitchen Sink.”
Academy Award® Winners Robert De Niro and Tommy Lee Jones star in this action comedy from executive producer Martin Scorsese and acclaimed director Luc Besson. A Mafia boss and his family are relocated to a sleepy town in France under the Witness Protection Program after snitching on the mob. Despite Agent Stansfield’s (Tommy Lee Jones) best efforts to keep them in line, Fred Blake (Robert De Niro), his wife Maggie (Michelle Pfeiffer), and their children Belle (Dianna Agron) and Warren (John D’Leo), can’t help resorting to old habits by handling their problems the “family” way. Chaos ensues as their former Mafia cronies try to track them down, and scores are settled in the unlikeliest of settings.
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