Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Actor/Producer Jeremy London’s directorial debut of “Devil’s Dozen” – a psychological thriller comes to the Chinese Theater Friday

The Devil's Dozen
This story first appeared on Examiner.com

Actor Jeremy London, best known for his regular roles on MallRats, Party of Five,
7th Heaven
, and I'll Fly Away, as well as a notable supporting role in the Civil War epic Gods and Generals steps behind the camera to direct his first film, a psychological thriller, mystery that has a surprise ending.

Jeremy London, Paulo Benedeti, Jason London
and wife Sophia London at Hurricane Sandy Benefit
 The premiere and red carpet extravaganza and reception kicks off this Friday, Feb. 1st, at the Hollywood’s historical, Chinese theater (#6) The Devil’s Dozen is a spine chilling, supernatural horror/thriller which features an all-star cast led by Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), C. Thomas Howell (Southland, The Amazing Spiderman) and Jake Busey (Enemy of the State, Identity, Starship Troopers).

Other stars: Jeremy London (Party of Five, Mallrats), Billy McNamara (Chasers), Dante Basco (Hook, Blood and Bone), Erik Aude (Bounce, The Cutting Edge: Going for Gold), Omar Gooding (Baby Boy, Family Times), Carla Toutz (Clear Lake WI, The Martini Shot), Gianni Capaldi (The Martini Shot), Grace Johnston (Beaches, The Martini Shot), Sammy Durrani (The Martini Shot), Sophie Turner (The Martini Shot), and William Morgan Shepherd (The Prestige, Transformers); where 12 strangers find themselves in a life or death game where sins are judged and every choice a testament to their character.
Jeremy London Anicia Bragg

The innocent must strive to maintain their integrity, while the guilty can only hope their deaths lead to the truly innocent walking out alive.

Starts off with a bang and stirs up the mind with unexpected twists and turns, which only become more intense as throughout film.

Jeremy Michael London and his twin brother Jason London were born in San Diego, California, and were raised in Oklahoma and DeSoto, Texas. Jeremy was the first of the two to start auditioning, but it was Jason who nabbed the first role in the movie The Man in the Moon (1991). Jason also got a role in the dramatic series "I'll Fly Away" (1991), starring alongside Sam Waterston, but had to turn it down because of another job. So Jeremy auditioned for the role and got it instead. Jeremy has blue-green eyes and brown hair

The feature film is directed By: Jeremy London, Screenplay By: Patrick Durham & Judy Dinella. It is produced by: Jeremy London, David Wyatt Jr., Charles Harvey, & Shane McDowell. Executive producers include: David Wyatt, Charles Harvey and Jeremy London. “The Devil’s Dozen” is jammed packed with drama for an intense, thriller with an unexpected ending. Not recommended for kids under 17.

Timothy Woodward Jr.,
Lauren die Normandie
and Jeremy London
at Hollywood event.
The Devil’s Dozen” is a scary, psychological rollercoaster ride.

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Friday, February 1, 2013 

Friday February 1, 2013


The Chinese Theater Screen #2
6925 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028

Sunset Gower Studio Cafe
1438 North Gower St.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Media and Talent RSVP to: events@statusthemagazine.com

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Samantha Gracie to Join Jason Eisener at Sundance Film Festival

Samantha Gracie, one to watch in 2013.

Halifax, NS- Halifax actress/singer Samantha Gracie is heading to the Sundance Film Festival later this month with filmmaker, Jason Eisener and producer, Rob Cotterill to showcase her lead role in Eisener’s latest project, a segment for the anthology feature S-V/H/S.  This is Gracie’s first role in a feature film and she was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Dartmouth's own, director of Hobo with a Shotgun, Jason Eisener.  S-V/H/S is a found footage anthology which also features segments by Eduardo Sanchez, Gareth Evans and Adam Wingard.  Sanchez created the groundbreaking Blair Witch Project in 1999, Evans was writer-director of The Raid, and Wingard directed the much anticipated You’re Next, runner-up for the People’s Choice Award at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. S-V/H/S is the sequel to last year’s Sundance hit V/H/S.

“It was a thrill to work with Jason, Rob and the cast on this project and I am so looking forward to the screening in Sundance, this will be an opportunity of a lifetime for me,” Gracie commented.
Gracie heads to Sundance on January 18th for a week long schedule promoting the film which has its world premiere on January 19th as part of the hugely popular midnight section of films at the festival. 

Gracie, the daughter of award winning recording artist, John Gracie grew up in the entertainment industry and clearly has inherited a love for the performing arts.  “Since graduating from university last year, I was fortunate to get a lot of work in film & music, it’s where my passion lies so it is the right time for me to give it a shot full time,” said Gracie.  Over the past month, she was on tour with her father, and released the single, “What are You Doing New Year’s Eve” to national radio.

Not only is she a rising star in movies, she has one velvet smooth tone to her voice. But don't take our word for just take a listen and you will agree. A star from afar is born, and Utah's Sundance Film Fest was her launching pad.

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