Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco trailer in Castellano.
The lovely Chloe Sevigny talks to Conan O’Brien about how her mom really cared about her manners and her 200 square foot apartment. Will Ferrell sits next to her:
Chloe Sevigny on Leno discussing sailing and her nomination for an Oscar:
Whit Stillman’s upcoming Love and Friendship is now listed on IMDB.
Damsels in Distress star Greta Gerwig nabbed the lead role on the upcoming sitcom, How I Met Your Dad. Gerwig is set to star, produce, and possibly write for the show. More info from Lesley Goldberg at The Hollywood Reporter.
Damsels in Distress: Greta Gerwig
Gerwig will play the lead role of Sally, a female Peter Pan who never has grown up and has no idea where she’s going in life. She just has figured out that she has nothing in common with her husband of less than a year. A breakup is inevitable, but Sally will find a solid circle of support in her friends and family, who often are too willing to give “good” advice that can backfire badly. Meanwhile, Sally must filter out the input and decide what’s best for her.
Whit Stillman regular Taylor Nichols starred on the HBO show Mind of the Married Man and it’s on sale on Amazon now. It has been out for a while, but for those who did not know about it, you can check it out.
Graham Fuller writes an article for BlouinArtinfo about Whit Stillman’s upcoming film Love and Friendship. Whit Stillman also seems to be looking for an actress for the Catherine Vernon part. Who do you think should play her? Please tell us your thoughts.
The Official Podcast has done an interview with one of my favorite actors, Taylor Nichols. Please check it out. He of course has been in every Whit Stillman film.
January 24, 2010 – Source: Jemal Countess/Getty Images North America
Deadline Hollywood reports that Chloe Sevigny stars in first time director Tara Subkoff’s film #Horror. If you did not already know, both starred in Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco. Sevigny is set to work with Stillman again this summer in Ireland.
#Horror, a scandalous noir thriller that marks the directorial debut of Tara Subkoff, has just been shot