Friday, July 3, 2009

Cast Spotlight Ruby Jerins Part 2

The short film that Ruby Jerins starred in, Zoe's Day (2007), is available to view on YouTube. If you haven't seen her in Showtime's Nurse Jackie, you can watch her here in this short (10 minute) film.

Zoe's Day
Director - Rebecca Gwynne
Writers - Rebecca Gwynne (co-writer)
..........Lauran Janes (short story)

Mother - Lauran James
Father - Michael Kelly
Zoe - Ruby Jerins

Producer - Grayson Ross
Co-Producer - Lisa Edwards
Executive Producer - Rebecca Gwynne

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Pics from Remember Me Set Day 14 Part 2

Some additional photos from Thurday, including a couple during some night-time shooting.

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Photos of Remember Me Set Day 14

There's no long four day rest for the cast and crew of Remember Me. Filming lasted all day and into Thursday night.

Looks like Rob, Emilie and Chris are filming.

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Videos of Remember Me Filming Day 13

Rob, Tate and Emilie arrive on the set. Clip from the rooftop.

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Rob and Ruby at the Alice in Wonderland Sculpture

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Photos from Remember Me Set Day 13

Rob and Tate were out on the roof tops in NYC on Wednesday to film some "friend" time between Tyler and Aidan.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Where's that Scene? Alice in Wonderland Sculpture

The Alice in Wonderland sculpture, which is featured in some of the Remember Me scenes between Tyler and his sister Caroline, can be found in New York City’s Central Park.

The sculpture, which is 11 feet high, features characters from Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic novel Alice in Wonderland. Children of all ages are able to climb on the mushroom and touch such characters as Alice, the March Hare, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and the Dormouse.

The statue was crafted by the well known Spanish born sculptor Jose de Creeft. De Creeft studied sculpting at the Academie Julian in Paris, France. He moved to New York City where he taught sculpture form many years at the Art Students League in New York. He also created sculptures using many different materials, most notably stone.

The bronze sculpture was cast at the Modern Art Foundry of Long Island City in Queens. The figure of Alice was inspired by the artist’s daughter Donna, while the other characters were based on the illustrations by Sir John Tenniel.

Inscriptions from the book can be seen around the stone base of the sculpture. They were placed there by the project’s architect Hideo Sasaki and designer Fernando Texidor.

Commissioned by philanthropist George Delacorte in honour of his late wife, Margarita, the statue was dedicated on May 7 1959 by Robert Moses, the New York City urban planner and builder.

It is located at the east side of the park at the northern end of the Conservatory Water, which is also known as the model boat pond.

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Videos from Remember Me Set Day 12

Here are two fan-filmed videos from a day at Central Park filming.

Rob's waiting around to film a scene:

Rob and Ruby filming a scene.


Photos from Remember Me Set Day 12 Part 2

After filming some scenes this morning with Ruby Jerins, Rob works to film some more Remember Me scenes with Emilie de Ravin. Director Allen Coulter can be seen working with them.

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Photos from Remember Me Set Day 12

Very early Tueday morning Rob and Ruby Jerins were photographed filming scenes from Remember Me at the Alice in Wonderland statues in New York's Central Park.

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Monday, June 29, 2009

Photos from Remember Me Set Day 10

Rob was spotted on Friday night prepping to film a subway / train scene for Remember Me.


Sunday, June 28, 2009

Cast Spotlight Chris Cooper

Chris Cooper was born on July 9, 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri, where he was raised. His first acting job was as a paperboy in a production of A Streetcar Named Desire, where he was first working as a set-builder. He continued to perform in the local Barns Players, the local Kansas City community theater. He later graduated from the University of Missouri, where he majored in agriculture and acting. He also served in the United States Coast Guard Reserve.

Chris’s first roles were in the Broadway plays The Ballad of Soupy Sales (1983) and A Different Moon (1983). His earliest film roles were as Joe Keneham in Matawan (1987) and as July Johnson in the TV mini-series Lonesome Dove (1989).

A large portion of his roles have been characters that are either in the government or in some type of law enforcement. The most notable of these roles are as Deputy Dwight Looney in John Grisham’s A Time to Kill (1996), Col Frank Fitts in American Beauty (1999), the Revolutionary War’s Col. Harry Burwell in The Patriot (2000), a merciless CIA director in The Bourne Identity (2002), the inept Colorado gubernatorial candidate Dickie Pilager in Silver City (2004), Lt. Col. Kazinski in Jarhead (2005), Jimmy Pope in Syriana (2005), FBI agent turned Soviet spy Robert Hanssen In Breach (2007) and FBI investigator Grant Sykes in The Kingdom (2007).

Other roles for Chris include a pyromaniac in Money Train (1995), the coalminer father in October Sky (1999), a racehorse trainer in Seabiscuit (2003), and Alvin Dewey in Capote (2005).

Chris’s most acclaimed role was as John Laroche in Adaptation (2002). For his portrayal, he won the Oscar and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. Adaptation is about the struggles of a screenwriter trying to adapt a non-fiction book about a rare orchid dealer (John Laroche) into a screenplay. In addition to winning the Oscar, Chris won 11 best supporting actor awards for this role from other critics associations. He also won the Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture for his role in American Beauty. All in all, Chris has received 20 awards and has been nominated for 18 others.

In addition to Remember Me, there are more films with Chris that are in production. Chris has two other films (The Company Men and The Tempest) that are in post-production and one film (The Road Back) that is in development.