It’s only been a few years since Irish actor Sam Keeley made his acting debut, but he’s quickly become one of Hollywood’s most sought after actors—and a name we know you’ll be hearing a lot more from. His transformative and emotionally vulnerable performances have struck a chord with international audiences which is sure to be the case with his latest project, The Cured. He plays Senan, a reformed zombie, who’s attempting to integrate back into society….only to discover that the world and his family aren’t so eager to forgive and
Kellan Lutz’s latest film, 7 Guardians of the Tomb, is a project that he’ll always hold close to his heart. It was an opportunity to work with director Kimble Rendall, another chance to live out a childhood dream, and the first time he met his now wife. Described as Indiana Jones meets arachnophobia, 7 Guardians of the Tomb is the first great adventure-thriller of 2018. Keep reading to hear what Kellan Lutz has to say about it. P-C: Tell us about 7 Guardians of the Tomb, your character, and what drew you to this project.
Tim Hunter’s been in the business for a long time. His directing career spans more than three decades and he has had experience directing hundreds of actors and actresses. Tim also had a hand through the years directing episodes of wildly popular and critically acclaimed shows such as 90210, Twin Peaks, Riverdale, Breaking Bad, Gotham, and Glee. His most recent project is the movie Looking Glass, starring Nicolas Cage, Robin Tunney, and Marc Blucas. Cage and Tunney play a couple who buy a quaint desert motel in the middle of nowhere, but things turn
Huge congrats are in order for the cast and crew of Freeform’s Beyond. Last week’s episode reached a season high, with its best numbers in over a year, soaring past the prior week by: 96% among Adults 18-34 135% with Women 18-34 85% with Persons 12-34 111% among Females 12-34 It’s officially the #1 scripted series on cable TV among Women 18-34 in the 8pm time slot, and we’re beyond excited. Photo Credit: Freeform/David Bukach