Friday, 18 May 2012

Photos: Tom Wright & Jules Stewart enjoying the Cannes Film Festival

Sabrina Inc's photographer, Dan Cutrona, and K-11's producer Tom Wright.

K-11's director, Jules Stewart. :)

Thanks to @sabrinainc for sharing.

Glad the team are enjoying Cannes! 

Jay Mewes mentions K-11 in an interview

Mewes is best known for the Jay character who pops up—quiet, chubby sidekick in tow—in most of Smith’s films, including Dogma, but he boasts a lot of other credits as well. You can catch him as an inmate in the upcoming drama K11 or as a zombie in the new film Zombie Hamlet. He’s also a recurring presence on the hilarious Space Channel show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil.

“I love playing (Jay), but I definitely enjoy branching out,” Mewes said.

Read the full interview at the source via with thanks @K11OfficialFilm

'Behind the Scenes' pic featuring Jules & Kate now in HQ

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Director Jules Stewart works with actress Kate del Castillo, seen here in Mousey costume and makeup in the last of three behind-the-scenes stills from K-11.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Jules Stewart & Tom Wright arrive in Cannes

Source @tomwright721

Fantastic news that the first buyers screening was 'packed'. 

Hoping Tom and Jules get their luggage soon!

Good luck at Cannes! :)

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

New 'behind the scenes' still featuring Jules Stewart & Kate del Castillo

Like K-11, a flick that will have its first market screening during the fest. And today we've got an exclusive shot of the director hard at work. Look familiar?

Well, duh, it's Jules Stewart (yes, mama to Kristen Stewart) behind the scenes on her directorial debut. In the shot, Jules is discussing a scene that occurs during the film's climax with Kate del Castillo, who plays Mousey, the transsexual diva in charge of the K-11 unit. And from what we've seen of the film so far, we think it's a safe bet the scene will be intense. On the other hand, if your first thought is "How did Mousey score that fabulous flowered outfit instead of the typical orange jumpsuit?!" we've got some scoop straight from the costume designer of the film.

See, Mousey is wearing an outfit that she "purchased" during a K-11 "fashion show" from one of the other inmates. And that rose on her lapel? Get this: It was once a T-shirt and some contraband strawberry soda. "I was allowed full reign in my costume design as long as the garments could have been produced within the dorm with actual components available to the inmates," costume designer Sarah Trost explains to us.

"Every costume you see could realistically have been made in the dorm. There's a minimal amount of sewing used to construct the costumes, and those that are sewn are done entirely with dental floss." Where Mousey got her makeup tips (those eyebrows!), well, that's a mystery for another day.

We're told Jules is jetting off to Europe today for the festival, though we've not yet heard when K-11 will be unveiled.

We do know Mama Stew is set to hit the On the Road premiere with K.Stew and her BF Robert Pattinson, though, next Wednesday (May 23).

Which means it's time to start another countdown—seven days!—until the Stewart women take Cannes by storm.

Please note that K-11 is at Cannes for 'market screenings'. This is not open to public. K-11 is seeking distributors for release in all markets.

Good luck to the team from K-11 at Cannes!