“Walking Out” Is Board to International Sales

Matt finished a week ago the shooting of “Walking Out” a film written and directed by Alex and Andrew Smith and co-starred by Bill Pullman (Independence Day) and Josh Wiggins (Max). Wiggins plays a city teen who travels to Montana to go hunting with his estranged father only for the strained trip to become a battle for survival when they encounter a grizzly bear.

The film is based on the short story by David Quammen that can be found on his book Blood Line: Stories of Fathers & Sons.

Producers are Brunson Green of Harbinger Pictures and Laura Ivey of Co-Op Entertainment, with cooperation from the State of Montana’s Big Sky Film Grant. The Salt Company is handling international sales and will introduce the project at the upcoming EFM.

During the past weeks some pictures has been surfaced, and now you can find some added in our gallery. You can now follow the official Facebook page for the film as well. Thanks also to Jim Burba and Bob Hayes and Josh Wiggs for some of the pics posted.

Matt on set of “The Last Tycoon”

Matt was spotted today on set of the upcoming Amazon pilot ‘The Last Tycoon’ in Los Angeles and you can now find pictures added in our gallery. Inspired by the life of film mogul Irving Thalberg, on whom the book’s protagonist Monroe Stahr was based, The Last Tycoon centers on Stahr (Bomer), Hollywood’s first wunderkind studio executive in the 1930s as he climbs to the height of power pitting him against his mentor and current head of the studio Pat Brady, a character based on Louis B. Mayer. With Stahr as a focal point, the series delves into the true violence, sex and towering ambition of Hollywood in the ’30s.

Lady Gaga brings AHS: Hotel to V Magazine

Lady Gaga it’s the guest editor of V Magazine’s V99, bringing to the current issue 16 different covers, dedicating each of the 16 to the creators, collectors and collaborators who have inspired her life and fame. One of the covers is dedicated to her friends from American Horror Story: Hotel, and the thematic shoot is made by Chadwick Tyler.

On the editorial, she talked about how the shoot was created:

So, what I did here was: my friend Chadwick photographed us and set us up inside a house that we rented and it was like a true American horror story. A slum of America. We didn’t pose or anything. We improv’d for, like, five hours. We just created characters and performed in the space. It was based partly on A Streetcar Named Desire, but loosely, and we each created our own space within the story. It was just a beautiful day and we took these beautiful photos. So, [most of the cast from American Horror Story: Hotel]: Kathy Bates, Wes Bentley, Chloë Sevigny, Finn Wittrock, Cheyenne Jackson, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, and Denis O’Hare. I just asked that everyone forget that the cameras were there, period, and just be there together. And that Chadwick was really documenting it while we were doing a live piece. We spent some time talking about it in our trailers outside, and when we went inside we kind of fell into it. It was amazing how it happened. Everybody reacted differently to it. I asked them all to improv on their day off. Not everyone was super stoked right away. I had to work them into it and explain it to them, and once we got in there, everybody came together and it happened so naturally and easily and these beautiful photos happened.

The issue will hit newstands next January 14 and you will find scans here as soon it’s available.

American Horror Story: “Battle Royale” Caps & Clip

AHS: Hotel returned last night from its holidays break, and there’s no much we can tell without delivering any spoiler. The episode started where it finished last year and it seems it’s the conclusion of Donovan story on this season.

Check the clip added in our archive, plus screen captures in the gallery.