Maiara Walsh will play the best friend of the title character, played by Kelcie Stranahan. She’s killed in an accident that Grace is accused of causing and reaches out from beyond the grave to help unveil the truth about what happened.
Variety says HBO Asia is to kick off its second original production with “Grace,” a contemporary horror mini-series.
“The four-part hour-long horror mini-series in English and Mandarin is about a father’s mistake which condemns his family to unspeakable horror. Set in present day urban Asia, “Grace” examines the Asian concepts of family, sacrifice and vengeance.”
“Grace” will be directed by Tony Tilse, who co-directed 10-part 1960s detective series “Serangoon Road.” It will star “Serangoon Road” talent Russell Wong as a loving father but unfaithful husband, and Pamelyn Chee (pictured, left) as his mistress. Constance Song, Jean Toh and Vivienne Tseng also star, as does Taiwan’s rising star Teresa Daley, pictured. READ MORE
Grace director Paul Solet has found the star of his supernatural horror Dark Summer in Stella Maeve (pictured above; The Runaways, Manson Girls).
Based on a screenplay by K-Town web series creator Mike Le and billed as a stylized modern ghost story, the film “follows the tale of a 17-year-old on house arrest for the summer. When his mother is away on business, a horrifying incident occurs, followed by an even more terrifying presence in the house.”
The movie will be produced by Preferred Film & TV (PFT), a joint venture between Content Media Corporation (CMC) and Preferred Content’s Ross Dinerstein and Kevin Iwashina. Dinerstein will produce, with Content Film’s Jamie Carmichael executive producing the title.
Production is set to begin this fall. READ MORE
Maiara Walsh (“Desperate Housewives”) has landed a leading role in independent feature Grace, not to be confused with Paul Solet’s indie from 2009 (or the 30+ other films of the same name).
Variety reports that Walsh will play the best friend of the title character, played by Kelcie Stranahan (pictured below; Under the Bed). She’s killed in an accident that Grace is accused of causing and reaches out from beyond the grave to help unveil the truth about what happened.
John Stimpson is directing from a script by Marcy Holland. Pic is produced by Mark Donadio and Miriam Marcus. READ MORE
With the release of Resolution just a week away, I figured you readers could use a little Lamb Of God fix. However, some of you are far too thug to enjoy just the metal, so I figured I’d throw in some Dr. Dre for ya. How’s that suit you?
Check out this awesome mash up below and let me know if there are any others that you’d love to see on here. READ MORE