If you haven’t heard, the Cooper family is in for a very bad day. Need proof?
Check out all the latest clips from Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day. The movie hits theaters Friday, October 10!
“Just when 11-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) starts having the worst day of his life, he discovers all of his family members (Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner, Dylan Minnette, Kerris Dorsey) are having bad days of their own” (Deadline)
See Dylan Minnette discuss his “Prisoners” character Ralph Dover and the inter-workings of the relationship with the with father Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) and the rest of the Dover family.
In the rural New England town of Brockton, Massachusetts, neighbors and friends the Dovers and the Birches gather for Thanksgiving dinner, but by the end of the night, their celebration turns to panic when the families’ two youngest daughters go missing. As the hours pass and the girls don’t turn up, it becomes terrifyingly apparent they’ve been kidnapped. After the cops fail to find them, Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) decides to take the law into his own hands, running up against dedicated Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal). But even as Loki is diligently working against the clock to solve the case, Keller will stop at nothing to get their prime suspect to talk before it’s too late.
From Huffington Post: “”From the moment a child goes missing, the police have 168 hours to find them.” Those are the words that set the stage for this new look at “Prisoners,” the upcoming abduction thriller starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Paul Dano, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard and Melissa Leo. The film, from acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve (“Incendies”), focuses on a man (Jackman) who takes matters into his own hands after his daughter and her friend go missing. Gyllenhaal plays the cop on the case, with Dano as the prime suspect.”
The Feaver filmed this video for “The Formula” a couple years ago for Danny Masterson’s Bronson Island, a recording studio and indie rock web show.
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A brand new trailer for Dylan’s latest movie project has been released. Check out the second official trailer for Prisoners starring High Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard, Maria Bello, Dylan Minnette & more!
Award-winning filmmaker Denis Villeneuve (Incendies) directs a deep ensemble cast in Prisoners, about two families whose lives are upturned when their young daughters go missing together. Hugh Jackman, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, and Viola Davis play the distraught parents, with Jake Gyllenhaal as a cop trying to pick up the missing girls’ trail. Paul Dano and Melissa Leo also star in the drama written by Aaron Guzikowski. WB opens the pic September 20. (Deadline.com)
“Prisoners” is a crime thriller starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard, Maria Bello, Melissa Leo and Paul Dano due out this Fall.When his daughter and her friend are kidnapped, Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) takes matters in his own hands with the person he believes is responsible. Dylan Minnette plays Ralph Dover, Keller’s son and brother to kidnap victim Anna.
Watch the trailer and mark your calendars for the “Prisoners” release on September 20, 2013!
In the R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour episode “Brush With Madness”: Corey (Dylan Minnette), a graphic-novel enthusiast, uses some haunted paintbrushes belonging to his favorite artist and produces disturbing images.
See what Dylan had to say about this episode of ‘The Haunting Hour.’ “I have always been a huge fan of R.L. Stine’s work with the Goosebumps book series and TV series, and I had always known about The Haunting Hour. When I found out that I was going to be working on the show, I was so excited. I felt like I was working on a mini horror film. It was so much fun and such a great experience.”
“Brush With Madness was Dylan’s second appearance on The Hub’s “The Haunting Hour.” Dylan is expected to be on another upcoming episode of The Hub series!
Did you catch Dylan in the premiere of “Awake”? If you missed it, watch it here!
Now you can preview the second episode titled “The Little Guy” (Thurs., Mar. 8, 10 p.m. EST on NBC). This episode delves even deeper into the show’s dual-reality premise. We’ll find out more about how both realities interact with one another and about the man, Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs), living in both of them.
Cases begin overlapping a bit more, and Michael gets helpful little life clues as well (i.e. he needs to be using fabric softener in the laundry!), while his therapists become more intrigued with his case. Here, Dr. Evans (Cherry Jones) marvels at his ability to borrow from a “dream” to figure things out in “reality,” telling him that this kind of dream awareness has been sought after for ages.
But what caused the accident that started this split reality? You’ll have to wait until this episode’s controversial last few minutes to get more insight into why and how Britten has found himself living these lives — the show’s biggest mystery. For now, watch the opening scene and tell us: What do you think of “Awake”? And which reality do you think is real?