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It is being reported by Deadline.com that Heather has withdrawn from the Neil LaBute play The Money Shot so she can concentrate on creating her movie Half Magic. This news follows just a few days after a press event to announce the cast.
Less than a month ago the news broke that Heather would be starring in the play due to start in early September, as posted here. She was due to play one half of a once a-list celebrity couple doing anything they can to revive their fame.
Let’s face it, there was little chance of getting through a post like this without in some way slipping in reference to Heather being ‘horny’. So, I got it out the way in the subject. Now let’s move on.
The movie Horns has had a protracted life so far. Filmed almost two years ago, it was first shown at the Toronto Film Festival a year later. A further year later it will be seeing the wider light of day with a release in the USA and UK pencilled in for the end of October.
Horns stars Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) as Ig and young man whose girlfriend dies in suspicious circumstances. For reasons unknown Ig finds horns growing from his forehead. The townsfolk don’t take to kindly to that. The film is based on a book by Joe Hill, son of Stephen King, and is directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes). Juno Temple and Max Minghella, as well as Heather, are amongst Daniel’s co-stars. Heather’s role appears to be relatively small and that of a, possibly otherwise nameless, waitress.
A trailer and posters for the film were released last week but Heather did not feature in either. In a new trailer out today we do get a brief scene starring Ms Graham. See the video below and screencaps from it in the Gallery.
According to Broadway.com (and others) Heather will be taking to the stage for the first time in over a decade to star in Neil LaBute’s The Money Shot.
The play to set start performances in early September, but with the official opening in late September (how does that work?), and due to end in mid October. It is an ‘off-Broadway’ production to be staged at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York.
The Money Shot is about two movie stars (Heather and co-star Frederick Weller) who both really need a hit film to revive their careers.
Well, that’s that. The end of an era. Californication ended after 7 seasons and 84 episodes.
Heather played her part brilliantly in the final run as Julie, the mother of Hank’s (main character played by David Duchovny) previously unknown about son. There were tender moments as well more raunchy ones. Everyone seemed to end on a good note. Hopefully the longtime fans were not disappointed. We certainly weren’t disappointed with Heather!
There are now 106 new HD screencaps are in the Gallery. Heather looks amazing (even more than normal) in her ‘best’ dress at the end. But don’t take my word for it. Check for yourself.
One to go before Californication comes to a grand conclusion. What will become of Hank (David Duchovny) & Karen (Natascha McElhone), Hank & Julia (Heather), Charlie (Evan Handler) & Marcy (Pamela Adlon), Becca (Madeleine Martin), and Levon (Oliver Cooper)?
We take a peek behind the final curtain with a couple of promo photos now in the the Gallery.
Teen comedy (and I use the word advisedly) Behaving Badly is out now on DVD in the UK.
Filmed in late 2012 the film is finally being released in various countries in home versions in the coming weeks. It’s America’s turn in August apparently. The choice of now could be down to lead actor Nat Wolff’s role in the critically acclaimed film The Fault In Our Stars, which features actress-du-jour Shailene Woodley.
Best described as… rubbish… or a cross between one of the American Pie movies and Risky Business with a predictable plot and a lot different ‘scrapes’ thrown in to bamboozle and distract. It’s pretty typical for the genre with an unpopular boy wanting the unattainable girl, a bet, some weird relatives, drinking, drugs, nudity, etc. etc. Bad behaviour you might say.
What saves the film is the cast list. As well as Wolff there’s Selena Gomez (as the object of affection), Mary-Louise Parker (the drunk mother), Cary Elwes (her absent husband), Elisabeth Shue (on fine form as the horny neighbour/best friend’s mother), Patrick Warburton (headteacher), Jason Lee (a priest!), Gary Busey (chief cop), Dylan McDermott (sleazy owner of sleazy strip club). And then there’s Heather as Annette Stratton-Osborne, the lawyer to everybody it seems. She always, as she puts it, “gets them off”. It’s a brief (get it?) but entertaining appearance. Everyone is behaving badly.
We’ll bring you Heather screencaps from the movie in the near future. In the mean time here is the trailer:
The TV show Hank (David Duchovny) has been working on gets canned. It’s the penultimate ever episode of Californication.
His son, with Julie (Heather), Levon takes it hardest somewhat ruining Hank and Julie’s evening. Becca, Hank’s daughter with Karen (Natascha McElhone), returns home with news, only to be on the receiving end of some shock news herself. Hint: it involves Julie and the existence of Levon.
90 new HD screencaps are now in the Gallery.
We’re approaching the end of Heather’s role on Californication and the whole show.
There are only a couple of episodes left and we have a sadly singular promotional photo with Heather in it from the penultimate one.
It is now in the the Gallery.