Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Chameleon

Emilie is doing yet another new movie. This time it's The Chameleon. I don't really know anything about this yet but I will keep you posted. Here's a small article about the film.

Marc-Andre Grondin, Ellen Barkin and Famke Janssen are starring in The Chameleon, a psychological thriller being directed by Jean Paul Salome.

The script, written by Salome and Natalie Carter, revolves around the reunion of a young man (Grondin) and his family after being positively identified in an unsolved missing-persons case. The reunion turns bittersweet when suspicions arise about whether he really is their son.

Barkin will play the mom, and Janssen is an FBI agent. Nick Stahl and Emilie de Ravin also star.

The project was inspired by a real person profiled in an August article in The New Yorker titled "The Chameleon: The Many Lives of Frederic Bourdin." Bourdin assumed at least 39 identities, three of them missing teens.


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Release date for High Noon

This has been mentioned before but I'm posting this again because apparently the date has changed. The new premiere date for High Noon is April 4th and it will air on Lifetime. Here is an article about High Noon and the other 3 movies adapted from the best selling Nora Roberts books.

Lieutenant Phoebe McNamara (de Ravin) is an expert hostage negotiator who juggles her high pressure career with the demands of raising her young daughter and contending with her agoraphobic mother, Essie (Shepherd). When Phoebe meets handsome bar owner Duncan Swift (Sergei), he can't resist her take-charge attitude and attempts to earn her affections. Though she tries to resists his charms, Phoebe soon realizes no amount of negotiation will keep Duncan at arm's length. Her life takes a turn for the worst when she is attacked by an unknown assailant and then begins to receive a series of mysterious, threatening messages. Phoebe soon discovers she is the target of a psychopathic killer set out to destroy her both personally and professionally.