Leon could play iconic role in Book of Tobit film

Book of Tobit writer almost demands Leon play a role in iconic film of Tobit LeonTobit screenwriter Alan Nafzger on Sunday finally spoke out about his vision for the film adaptation of Tobit. He wants Leon to play a major role in The Book of Tobit.  Nafzger pointed out in the interview that Leon could play a number of roles in the iconic story about two Jewish families. The professor of political science says The Book of Tobit’s a no-brainer...

Harold Ramis could play iconic role in Book of Tobit film

Book of Tobit writer almost demands Harold Ramis play a role in iconic film of Tobit Harold RamisTobit screenwriter Alan Nafzger on Sunday finally spoke out about his vision for the film adaptation of Tobit. He wants Harold Ramis to play a major role in The Book of Tobit.  Nafzger pointed out in the interview that Harold Ramis could play a number of roles in the iconic story about two Jewish families. The professor of political science says...

Lawrence Kasdan asked to read prison screenplay

Petition asks Lawrence Kasdan to read prison screenplay More than 2000 women sign petition demanding a firm commitment from  Lawrence Kasdan (film producer) to read screenplay addressing Texas judicial system Lawrence Kasdan – Talent Agents– Writer, Producer, Director – The Big Chill (1983), Silverado (1985), Wyatt Earp (1994), Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) – Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Brian Kend – Dumbass,...

Lehigh Valley horror story: Recalling real events behind indy fright flick ‘The Fields’

The front page of The Express-Times on Oct. 17, 2011, reports on “The Fields,” an independent horror film based on a true story from Forks Township, that debuted locally that week.Express-Times microfilm via Easton Area Public Library; Dan Gleiter | PennLive.com file photo “The Fields” may not be the most well-known horror movie filmed in this area, but the small independent film was based on spooky real-life events in the Lehigh...

Film and TV crew, strikes evading arrangements between studios | Nationwide

Los Angeles (AP) — A 11-hour contract was signed on Saturday, with some 60,000 behind-the-scenes workers quit their jobs to avoid a movie and television crew strike that freezes production in Hollywood and the United States. After a few days of marathon negotiations, representatives of the International Alliance of Theatrical Film and Theater Labor Unions and representatives of studios and entertainment companies that employ them have just...