The trailer for The Conjuring is out, the movie opens on July 19th:
The official synopsis:
Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. Based on a true story, “The Conjuring” tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.
Deadline is reporting that Patrick and Katherine Heigl signed on for “North Of Hell“.
Katherine Heigl and Patrick Wilson have signed on for Darko Entertainment’s dark comedy North Of Hell. Wilson will play Don Champage, a successful businessman who seems to have it all — including an obsessive wife (Heigl) who relentlessly controls everything in his life. Darko is financing the film with Skateland’s Anthony Burns directing and writing based on a story by Carlo Allen, Ted Elrick & Tom Lavagnino. Darko’s Sean McKittrick and Jeff Culotta, Burns, and AJ Buckley are producing. Darko’s Edward H. Hamm Jr., and Andre J. Champagne are executive producing. North Of Hell is scheduled to start production in Louisiana next month.
Wilson is next onscreen in Insidious Chapter 2 with Barbara Hershey and The Conjuring. Heigl will be lending her voice to the animated The Nut Job, coming out next year. She will also be seen in the drama A Moment To Remember. Wilson is repped by CAA and Anonymous; CAA also reps Heigl, Burns and Darko. Burns is additionally repped byHollander Entertainment. Source
Warner Bros released the first still with Patrick in “The Conjuring“. The movie is expected to release July 19, 2013 in the US and UK.
Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. The Conjuring tells the true story of Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga), world renowned paranormal investigators, who were called to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most horrifying case of their lives.
Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer, Patrick Wilson and Marisa Coughlan have just wrapped production on Space Station 76, a sci-fi dramatic comedy. Jack Plotnick wrote and directed the movie, which shot in Los Angeles under the radar.
Described as being set in a 1970s version of the future, the film centers on the goings-on in a space station. Tyler plays a new assistant captain whose arrival causes tension amongst the crew while Wilson is the bitter and suicidal captain. Bomer is a technician with a robotic hand who is married to a manipulative woman (Coughlan).
Also in the cast are Jerry O’Connell, Kali Rocha and newcomer Kylie Rogers.
Plotnick is an actor who has quietly made a name for himself as a playwright and as an acting coach. The script originated as a play he and some other actors co-wrote. He was trying to use the space station as a metaphor for his life growing up in 1970s suburbia.
Patrick Wilson and Alec Baldwin are set to headline noir mystery thriller Caught Stealing, written by David Hayter and based on the novel by Charlie Huston.
Myriad Pictures announced the project at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it will presell the film to foreign buyers. Myriad will work alongside APA on the U.S. sale.
Caught Stealing is the first book in Huston’s popular Henry Thompson trilogy.
Wilson will play Hank Thompson, a hotshot high school baseball prospect turned unlucky alcoholic, going-nowhere bartender who mistakenly gets caught up in a bloody treasure hunt through New York City. It turns out that the cat Hank’s neighbor left in his care is sitting on a secret. Hidden at the bottom of its cage is a key wanted by a sadistic cop (Baldwin), Russian mobsters, a Samoan hit man and a pair of psycho brothers who dress in leather gear.
Lost Rhino Films’ Marcus Chait, James Carpinello and Wilson will produce. Paula Wagner is executive producing with Myriad’s Kirk D’Amico. Myriad and Lost Rhino are in talks with directors for the project.
“Caught Stealing is, first and foremost, a great script,” D’Amico said. “It is a wrong-man plot worthy of Hitchcock and a brilliant adaption of the first book of the Henry Thompson trilogy. I look forward to seeing the story come to life on screen.”
David Hayter will also be executive producing along with Paula Wagner. Myriad director of production and acquisitions Ari Haas brought the film to Myriad.
The deal was negotiated by Will Lowery at APA on the producers’ behalf and senior vp business affairs David Ducar for Myriad. Source
Patrick will guest star in the series “Girls” according to TV Line.
A gifted man will enter the orbit — and possibly a bed — of HBO’s Girls, now that Patrick Wilson has landed a juicy guest-starring role in Season 2 of the talked-about comedy, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Wilson will play Joshua, a fortysomething doctor who lives next door to where Hannah works and becomes a potential love interest to Lena Dunham’s insecure 24-year-old.
Hannah, for the uninitiated, has just come off a season where she pined for, was in a relationship with and ultimately wasn’t sure how she felt about the enigmatic Adam. Aside from Wilson’s obvious charms, his sexy doc could offer a more mature option for the wannabe writer. Source
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