‘ROUTE 30’ Star Winds Up in ‘DISTRICT 9’

August 28, 2009
ROUTE 30’s Nathalie Boltt Discusses Her Role in District 9
Born in South Africa, Nathalie Boltt plays “Mandy” in the award winning comedy – ROUTE 30.  Set in South Central Pennsylvania, Route 30 is about three interconnecting stories of local, interesting people.  One of the stories titled ‘Deer Hunters Wives’ focuses on Mandy.  Mandy is a frustrated US civil war tour guide who obsesses over Jenny Wade, the only civilian killed at the Battle of Gettysburg.  Mandy struggles with the historical story, refusing to believe that Jenny died from a bullet in the behind.  View Trailer

Boltt’s career has now landed her a part in the global hit – DISTRICT 9.  Below is a portion of her interview from “Talk with Tim” on Twitter.
Tell us about your character and her motivation.

Nathalie-Boltt-Dark Sarah Livingstone is a sociologist commenting on what happened to ‘Wikus’ and the District 9 situation. She tries to be as straight and honest as she can and deliver the facts. From a sociological point of view, this is of course a very unique situation so very interesting to her. But from a personal perspective, her sympathies lie with Wikus and the Aliens. She feels they were wronged and is saddened by it all. She is not intimidated by MNU and has no problem speaking out about their unethical motives and their mistreatment of the aliens or the way they mercilessly used, abused and abandoned Wikus.

How does working on a sci-fi movie compare to working on films in other genres?

You do your best and try to bring truth to the character you are playing, while helping to realize the director’s vision. It’s the same really. But great to see the end result – being involved in something fun and wonderfully creative – that attracts such a different audience and will potentially have a cult following.

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It’s Showtime for the One-Eyed Monster

August 24, 2009

One-Eye Monster Attacks Showtime
OEM is now airing on Showtime in North America.  From August through September, Showtime is airing this adult movie gone wrong comedy once-twice per week.

Protect Yourself.  The World is Screwed.

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In a darkly comic homage to “Alien” and “The Thing”, the cast and crew of an adult film, stranded in a blizzard, must band together against a mysterious and deadly alien, which has possessed the penis of the actor with the biggest part–Ron Jeremy (naturally).  Now, with Ron dead and his detached penis on a killing spree, the race is on to trap and destroy it before there are more victims of its peculiar skills.   Help comes from a half-crazed Vietnam vet (Charles Napier) who is haunted by his own wartime experience with this alien, but will it be enough to stop it?



Meet the Actors

Amber Benson – Can’t Hardly Wait, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

Charles Napier – Austin Powers, The Silence of the Lambs

Adult Film Star Veronica Hart – Boogie Nights, Magnolia

Adult Film Star Ron Jeremy – Orgazmo, Boondock Saints

Jason Graham – Sister’s Keeper, “7th Heaven,” “CSI: Miami”

Jeff Denton – “Back Nine” , “Dirty Sexy Money”

Bart Fletcher – “Everybody Hates Chris”, “Veronica Mars”

John Edwards – Sci-Fi Film WarWolves

Carmen Hart – Adult Film Star with Wicked Pictures

Who is KK Downey?

August 3, 2009

Behind the Sunglasses
Aren’t you the slightest bit interested?

James Frey, author of A Million Little Pieces which was praised by Oprah and “The New Yorker”.  J.T. Leroy, a person celebrities, like Shirley Manson, Dennis Cooper, and Gus Van Sant, befriended and trusted.  What do these two people people have in common?  They both fooled the world.
Inspired by the fake personas of Frey and Leroy comes a dark comedy about a cult biographer everybody wants to know.  Meet KK Downey – the life of the party who intrigues fans with his emotional past.  But after gaining such mysterious popularity, people began to wonder: WHO IS KK DOWNEY?

KK Downey is The Man, The Myth, The Legend, The Lie.

“…the real thing…a truly funny movie.” – Variety

“…touching, hilarious, and vulgar…” – Film Threat

Winner – Audience Award Boston UFF;  Winner – New Visions Award Cinequest; Official Selection – Raindance FF;   Official Selection – Philadelphia FF; Official Selection – Fantasia;  Official Selection – Mauvais Genre FF

Theo and Terrence are best buddies, twenty-something scenesters with big ambitions. Theo’s invested three years in his first novel “Truck Stop Hustler,” the hair-raising, drug-soaked tale of a male prostitute. Terrence is a sociopathic slob with delusions of grandeur, dreams of rock ‘n’ roll superstardom with all the hedonism and hero worship that entails. But the cards aren’t in their favor. Their band can’t draw flies, and the girl Terrence loves has been stolen from him by an obnoxious music journalist with an ego bigger even than his own. Meanwhile, Theo’s book is rejected by a slimy publisher. Nobody, he claims, wants to hear that story from a soft, pampered suburban white boy. In a flash of desperate, dead-end inspiration, Terrence proposes a wild plan. He himself will publicly play the role of Theo’s character, K.K. Downey. The success and celebrity they crave awaits the pair, but so do terrible secrets that threaten to destroy their friendship–and worse.

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