Archive | November, 2015

Check Out Nash Grier’s New Video “Becoming Jack Sanders” (@NashGrier)

22 Nov

 

Nash Grier posted a new video yesterday of a little behind the scenes look of his character in “The Outfield”. Make sure you check it out above!

Check out our interview with Nash below!

Interview With Victoria Konefal (@VictoriaKonefal)

14 Nov

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1. How did you get your start in acting?

I started acting when I was 7 years old. I took part in this off Broadway theater program called “Brooklyn Heights Players”. The way I became part of their company is a bit untraditional haha. I ran onstage during their performance of “The Hobbit”. My mother ran up and had to pull me off. Needless to say I was more than eager to start my acting career. Despite my unconventional play watching etiquette, the director of that show approached me and my mother after the performance and asked if I wanted to be a part of the company. I’ve been acting and training ever since.

2. What’s your favorite part about it?

As cliche as it sounds, I love the way it makes me feel. When I’m on stage I have a feeling of security. Actually, scratch that. There is nothing secure about acting, it’s one of the most vulnerable experiences I could go through, but I love every second of it. I love getting pushed to my limits and immersing myself in this mindset where all of my guards are down. It’s refreshing. The second I step on set or on stage, I know its where I’m supposed to be. That’s what I’m meant to do, and I feel overwhelmingly grateful every single time I perform.

3. Can you tell us about your characters in the film?
I play the role of Kelly. She works at the deli with Tommy Glass (played by Jamie Dolan) She’s a sweetheart. She’s so innocent and eager to work and her character is so full of life. Even when her life gets a bit messy, she still manages to stay strong and remain positive through it all, all very commendable qualities in a person.

4. What was your favorite scene to film?

Oh dear, this is a tough one. The whole project was a pleasure to film. The cast and crew all became very close. It’s the best feeling to go to work everyday, only to work with people you love and laugh with pretty much 100% of the time. There was never a dull moment on set.

My favorite scenes to film though, are the ones that challenge me the most. The dramatic heartbreaking scenes, the scenes that are the hardest to film are the ones that I’m proudest of.

5. What can fans expect to see from the movie?

Fans can expect to see a truly heartwarming story. The film is super real and down to earth, so I think we can really identify with the audience. We have an incredible cast and crew that are doing a wonderful job with bringing this story to life. There are plenty of surprising plot twists so we will really be keeping the fans on their toes with this one.

6. Do you have any other upcoming projects?

I just finished shooting a project called “Fog City”. It’s a horror film and will be coming out sometime in the spring of 2016.
I’m also working on a project called “Essence”. It’s a web series based on modern day super heroes, it’s going to be a blast to start filming.

7. What are your social media accounts?
My Instagram and Twitter are both @victoriakonefal

I just finished shooting a project called “Fog City”. It’s a horror film and will be coming out sometime in the spring of 2016.
I’m also working on a project called “Essence”. It’s a web series based on modern day super heroes, it’s going to be a blast to start filming.

7. What are your social media accounts?
My Instagram and Twitter are both @victoriakonefal

Interview With Jamie Dolan (@JamieMDolan)

11 Nov

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1. How did you get your start in acting?

I originally got my start in acting around the age of 9-10 years old. I took on the role of Benvolio in “Romeo & Juliet” for my school play. Not a starring role, but a role with importance. However, I didn’t know that would further my interest as an actor. As years went on, I would always try to puzzle pieces together on how I could pursue a career like this, but I had absolutely no guidance. Freshman year of high-school was when I found an acting school and began taking classes-training. I trained for several years, I did small things along the way, worked on a few films. And just began to build an empire, slowly, but surely. After all of the years that went by, of being patient, not rushing, actually taking the time to perfect my craft(Which P.S much of the young talent doesn’t do now a days because they want overnight stardom, I wish everyone would take that time) and also learn the in’s and out’s of the business. I started my own production company. Now I am happily proud to say that I am starring, as well as producing a feature length Union film.

2. What’s your favorite part about it?

My favorite part about acting? Hm. Good question. My favorite part of being a filmmaker is that I have a platform, I have the opportunity to create work that will potentially inspire people and make a difference in the world. Many people in today’s society want change, but have no clue where to begin, along with not having the patience or drive to make it happen. I also don’t want people to think that age is a factor. You can be any age and make a difference. I am 19 years old & by the end of this year, I will have completed 3 feature length screenplays. Not just 3 screenplays that have no meaning & are written to be written. This will be work that is created, that can potentially give others hope and faith. I don’t say this to show off or to just talk to look good, I say this because I want to inspire young talent to pick up a darn pen and make things happen. Don’t wait for someone to pave your path, get up and do it yourself. So my favorite thing about what I do is that I have the opportunity to raise people’s spirit and inspire someone.

3. Can you tell us about your characters in the film?

In the film “Forgetting Sandy Glass”, I am playing the role of Tommy Glass. Tommy is the youngest brother in the film. Tommy is just an innocent kid who idolizes his oldest brother Sandy and is oblivious to all of the trouble he has caused. And he is oblivious to all of the good his brother Michael has done, along with the fact of Michael being the father figure. Throughout the film this slowly dwindles and Tommy learns. The film is centered around 3 brothers. And the oldest brother “Sandy Glass” is being released from prison. He has always been a let down to his family, he was never there for his brothers, and even when he was, he was in and out of prison. Michael is older, he knows the deal & has a lot of hatred towards Sandy. But Tommy was too young to comprehend, for that reason he doesn’t know any better. So at this point, the film begins where it is Sandy’s FINAL chance to redeem his life and be there for the most important thing and that is his family. The film mainly focuses on the journey of Tommy and Sandy & how they both affect each other throughout the film. Yes, this may sound like a deep film. But don’t worry, we have a lot of FUN, humorous things throughout. So this is quite the project.

4. What was your favorite scene to film?

Oh my. That’s hard for me to answer. My favorite scene thus far, I can’t say that I have a favorite. But I can talk about a very funny day of filming that we had. So, we were filming with Actor; Roger Hendricks Simon. He plays Stewart in the film; Stewart is the creepy, old, perverted neighbor in the film. He brings the comedy to this story. So, we were filming these scenes where Stewart is interacting with the character “Stephanie- who is Michael Glass’s girlfriend in the film”. It was a scene where Stewart had to yell across the street at the girls. Out of no where, Roger(Stewart) just began to improvise, started to sing random songs, while spraying the hose across the street. It had to be one of the funniest moments ever. The life he brings to the character will really have people rolling in laughter. Everyone is a lot of fun. But, every day of filming has been AMAZING, our cast/team is a family, and I am blessed to be working with such amazing people. There’s not one day of filming that hasn’t been fun. I have to say, with out our wonderful directors David Wenzel, & John Rigores, this project would have never been able to come to fruition. I am happy to be partnered up with them, and proud of how far we have come with this film.

5. What can fans expect to see from the movie?

Fans can expect to see a very unique, heartfelt, fun film. Not only is this film very powerful in a way, we have a great ordeal of humor which is expected to leave people in tears, but at the same time, have tears from the dramatic aspect of the film. And to top all of that off, we have a BRILLIANT cast, the chemistry & distinctions of each cast mate is phenomenal. Tie that along with our great director David Wenzel and amazing cinematographer John Rigores, I think fans are in for quite the surprise.

6. Do you have any other upcoming projects?

Yes, I am currently in development for a film titled “April Winters”, I can’t even begin to speak about that film. But all I can say is, keep your eyes open because that is going to make a beautiful film. Also, I am working on an “Untitled Project” right now, in which I teamed up with a dear buddy of mine, Thomas Brookins. He has had a story that has been in the works nearly his whole entire life, considering the fact that it is a story written around his life and upbringings in this world. This is a story that is being made into a film, that I believe can have a major impact on society, in regards to race, self empowerment, and the fact that there is always hope. This is a tough, tough, film, I will say that. But if done correct, can pave a pathway big time. But along with those two projects, I am acting in a few other projects. And excited to see what the rest of this year holds.

7. Where will people be able to see this film? What are your social media accounts?

This film will be released on some of the biggest new media platforms out there. People will be able to see the film on Amazon, BigstarTV movies, VOD, iTunes, TVtibi, and we are also currently working out a deal with Netflix. So, just about any major media platform you can think of, and I know I am missing a few. But those are the top ones.

My social media accounts. My Instagram is : @Jamiemdolan & the movie account is @forgettingsandyglass & my Twitter is @Jamiemdolan . Those are my main accounts, I am usually on Instagram the most. But you can also find me on my Facebook fan page “Jamie Dolan”.

See The Girl And The Dreamcatcher In New Jersey On December 20th! (@DoveCameron)(@RyanMcCartan)

8 Nov

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The Girl and The Dreamcatcher featuring Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan is having show at iPlay America in Freehold, New Jersey on December 20th!

VIP tickets and GA are available here —¬†http://ticketfly.iplayamerica.com/event/990893-girl-dreamcatcher-dove-freehold/

Check out our interview with Ryan and Dove below!

Cameron Dallas And Nash Grier Promote “The Outfield” In NYC! (@CameronDallas)(@NashGrier)(@OutfieldMovie)

5 Nov

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(Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Cameron Dallas and Nash Grier were seen at Planet Hollywood in Times Square to promote “The Outfield”. Nash and Cameron snapped a few pictures with fans, spoke about the movie, and even had some spaghetti and meatballs! We were covering the event and have some exclusive videos down below!

We had the lovely opportunity of getting to chat with Nash and Cameron and can’t wait for you all to see it! We will be posting the interview on out YouTube channel here within the next week —>>>¬†https://www.youtube.com/celebrityhautespot

Check out our videos below!

We will be doing a giveaway to win a baseball signed by Cameron and Nash so make sure you watch the videos above to see how you can win!

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