As you will have seen from Claudia’s post last week production has begun on Heather’s first film as a director. Filming for Half Magic started on the 4th.
Already we have a dozen photos taken of the cast and crew on set. They are in the Gallery here.
Angela Kinsey, Chris D’Elia, Jason Lewis and Molly Shannon have all signed up to join Heather Graham in her directorial debut Half Magic.
As production kicks off, Luke Arnold (Black Sails), Thomas Lennon (Odd Couple), Alex Beh (Warren) and Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) have also been added to the cast.
Graham wrote the script for the sex comedy and will also star in it as Honey. The story centers on Honey’s goal of finding a man to have “hot sex” with. She makes a pact with her two friends (Kinsey and Beatriz) to shut down the self-doubt that interferes with getting what they deserve and the trio set out on a search for self-fulfillment.
The Bubble Factory’s Sid, Jon and Bill Sheinberg are producing the film, which began principal photography on June 4.
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The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Heather in Behaving Badly. Thanks again to RichE for the new additions. Enjoy!
The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Heather in Horns. Thanks to RichE for the new additions. Enjoy!
Yesterday Heather visited SiriusXM Studios and we’ve added pictures to the gallery. Enjoy!
Heather has signed up to star in a new comedy drama alongside Will & Grace star Eric McCormack.
Studio City is set in the Los Angeles area of the same name famous for its film lot, which is now known as the CBS Studio Center. The show focuses on the daughter of Eric’s song writing drug dealer to the stars character Rob. Heather will be Stevie, Rob’s 3rd wife. It sounds like Stevie is very much like Heather in her enthusiastic and bright outlook on life.
Eric’s TNT drama Perception will be reaching the series finale in a few weeks. Heather last had a network show with her short-lived sitcom Emily’s Reasons Why Not.
Studio City was created and is written by Krista Vernoff, who based it on her own life growing up.
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