Saturday, 25 August 2012

Intandem in the media (Aug/Sept 2012)

1st article, is from the Sunday Express newspaper (UK) August 19.

2nd article, is from Total Film magazine (UK) September issue.

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Goran Visnjic joins the cast of Ridley Scott's "The Counselor"

While Ridley Scott puts the production of "The Counselor" on hold in the wake of his brother Tony Scott's death, when cameras start rolling again we can look for another face in those set pics: Goran Visnjic. With the "E.R." actor booking a role on the upcoming ABC drama "Red Widow," it has also been revealed he's joined Ridley Scott film as well, although his role hasn't been disclosed. Penned by Cormac McCarthy, the story follows a prosecutor who dabbles in dealing drugs to earn a quick buck and gets in way over his head. Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Rosie Perez, Dean Norris and John Leguizamo co-star in the film that currently hasn't been slated with a release date.

Source ThePlaylist via @KstewAngel with thanks. :)

Goran is joining an amazing cast. 

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Goran Visnjic joins ABC's TV drama "Red Widow"

In his first regular series gig since the end of ER, Goran Visnjic has joined ABC’s midseason drama series Red Widow. The project, from Twilight writer Melissa Rosenberg, Endemol and ABC Studios, is based on a Dutch format and centers on Marta Walraven (Radha Mitchell) who, after her gangster husband is brutally murdered by a rival cartel, takes on the gangsters and the FBI to unveil the truth about her husband’s death. Visnjic will play Schiller, the mafia mob boss. The role was played in the pilot by Thomas Kretschmann as a guest star. Visnjic joins fellow new Red Widow regular Clifton Collins Jr.

Since wrapping his nine-year stint on NBC’s medical drama ER, Visnjic, repped by WME, Management 360 and attorney Barry Tyerman, has done arcs on Leverage and Pan Am. On the feature side, he has just been cast in Ridley Scott’s The Counselor.

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Kate del Castillo talks about K-11 with Terra (Mexico)

Google translated:

In her long list of projects in both film and television, there are roles played by the actress that she and her fans can't forget.

"In film this year is about to release me 'K-11', a film a bit strong, but I am very proud of my work there," said Kate, 39 years old, speaking of the film directed by Jules Stewart, in which she plays a transsexual. 

She also also filmed 'No Good Deed', whose role was originally for a U.S. actress., but they decided to give it to the Mexican artist. "'No Good Deed ', I think it opens next year ... I do not know. I make a special appearance, is a character guy, but extremely important because from there whole plot unfolds, as well as to work for (the production house) Screen Gems is an honor, "she said.

With 16 films in his career, Kate has had a growing presence constant in the cinema, on television but scored a hit in 2011 with 'The Queen of the South' for the company Telemundo.

"Since I came to Los Angeles I've been doing more films than anything else, really since I came, all the TV I have done was 'American Family', 'Weeds', 'The Panther', 'The Cleaner', 'CSI: Miami' and 'The Queen of the South,' "said the actress. "Everything else were 'movies' and' American Visa ',' The Black Carnation ',' Bad Guys', 'Trade', 'Julia', 'The Same Moon', 'Down for Life', 'The Miracle of Spanish Harlem', ' Without Men ',' K-11 ',' Colosio: The Murder ', among others, and I think that is attributed to have worked hard to ganármelas. That's alive. " Each of these films,she said, has been important in your life. "I try to find projects that I fill out and give me fear."

Source & full interview in Spanish Terra (Mexico) 

Thank you to @PamelaPPI and @KstewAngel for the heads up. :)