Evan Rachel Wood Joins Service of ``KING'' Wednesday April 26, 4:45 pm ET
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 26, 2006--On April 26, 2006, Millennium Films, in conjunction with Emmett/Furla Films (a wholly owned subsidiary of Family Room Entertainment (OTCBB: FMLY - News), announced that Evan Rachel Wood will co-star with Academy Award winner Michael Douglas in "King of California," written and directed by Michael Cahill. Fellow Academy Award winner Alexander Payne and fellow nominee Michael London will produce the picture with Avi Lerner and Randall Emmett. George Furla, John Thompson, Danny Dimbort, Trevor Short and Boaz Davidson are Executive Producers. Emmett/Furla's M. Dal Walton III will serves as co-producer. ADVERTISEMENT
Wood will co-star as "Miranda" in the bittersweet comedy about a teenage girl and her eccentric father, played by Douglas, whose obsession with buried treasure in the San Fernando Valley takes over both their lives. Douglas stars in and produced "The Sentinel" for Fox/Regency/Furthur Films, co-starring Kiefer Sutherland, Eva Longoria and Kim Basinger, directed by Clark Johnson, which recently opened in wide release.
Wood, who garnered rave attention for her role in TV's "ONCE AND AGAIN," was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in "THIRTEEN."
Michael Cahill will be making his feature film directorial debut on the project. He is best known for his Faulkner Prize winning novel A Nixon Man. A graduate of UCLA Film School and classmate of Alexander Payne's, Cahill won the Morrison/Jacobson Award for his short film "The Knife." His follow up short film "A Broken Horse" was featured at numerous film festivals in the US and Europe.
Emmett/Furla and Millennium will commence principal photography on May 2nd in Los Angeles.
Anyone have access to imdb pro. It looks like another FMLY movie is being worked on - "Second World"
Day of the Dead (2007) Finding Rin Tin Tin (2007) Home of the Brave (2007) The King of California (2007) Poe (2006) Rambo IV (2007) Second World (2007) Til Death (2007) 16 Blocks (2006) 88 Minutes (2006) The Abominable Snowman (2006) American Rain (2006) The Contract (2006) Lonely Hearts (2006) Mercenary for Justice (2006) Microwave Park (2006) The Night Watchman (2006) Room Service (2006) The Tenants (2006) White Air (2006) The Wicker Man (2006) The Amityville Horror (2005) Before It Had a Name (2005) Borderland (2005) Edison (2005) Loverboy (2005) Rally for Relief (2005) Submerged (2005) Today You Die (2005)
day of the dead, rambo IV, and the wicker man will be huge. 16 Blocks did pretty good, when it hits DVD it will do even better. Most movies make more money from DVD sales and rentals nowadays.
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