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Dominic Sena’s Cult Classic ‘Kalifornia’ To Hit Blu-ray In March Via Shout Select!

Dominic Sena’s Cult Classic ‘Kalifornia’ To Hit Blu-ray In March Via Shout Select!

On March 5, 2019, Shout! Select will unleash the 1993 cult thriller classic KALIFORNIA Collector’s Edition Blu-ray. This home entertainment release contains the theatrical cut and unrated version of the movie, and special bonus content. Movie collectors and fans can pre-order KALIFORNIA Collector’s Edition Blu-ray at ShoutFactory.com

Excitement, adventure and unimaginable terror await on the road to KALIFORNIA, a film directed by Dominic Sena (Swordfish, Gone in Sixty Seconds). “Brad Pitt is outstanding” (Rolling Stone) and “Juliette Lewis is utterly, heartbreakingly convincing” (Boxoffice) in this chilling psychological thriller co-starring David Duchovny and Michelle Forbes.

When urban intellectuals Brian (Duchovny) and Carrie (Forbes) set out on a cross-country trip to research a book about serial killers, they share the ride with a couple they barely know — Early Grayce (Pitt) and his girlfriend Adele (Lewis). Locked in a car hurtling westward, the four travelers struggle to find some common ground. But when they finally do connect, Early’s violent nature abruptly emerges and the terrified Brian and Carrie realize that they don’t need to go very far to learn about ruthless killers…because they are already face-to-face with one!

KALIFORNIA Collector’s Edition Blu-ray
Special Features:

  • NEW An interview with director Dominic Sena
  • NEW Also includes  The Theatrical Cut – available for the first time on Blu-ray
  • Original Featurette
  • Cast Interviews
  • Trailers and TV Spots

1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1)/English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1/EnglishSDH Subtitles/1993/Color/Approximate Feature Running Time +/- 117 Minutes (Theatrical), 118 Minutes (Unrated)

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David Wain and Michael Showalter Team Up For The ‘Second Sound Barrier’

David Wain and Michael Showalter Team Up For The ‘Second Sound Barrier’

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When Creative Directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (Catfish) tapped David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer; Role Models) and Michael Showalter (Wet Hot American Summer; Hello, My Name is Doris) to create a film about fragrances that pushed beyond the limits of men’s fragrances, that in turn inspired a film about mankind pushing beyond the limits that mankind has already pushed beyond – enter, the SECOND SOUND BARRIER.

Enthralled by the humorous, over-the-top drama found in 1970’s genre car-action movies, Wain and Showalter created a mashup of, adventure, romance and suspense to fuel the most exciting, dangerous and pulse-pounding trailer.

Bored with feature-length narrative, Wain and Showalter extracted the essence of a feature film and blended those moments to create the ultimate film trailer – packing the SECOND SOUND BARRIER full of their signature absurdist moments. “Why make a full-length feature film when you can blend and capture the essence of a film in 3 ½ minutes?” remarks Michael Showalter.

The resulting trailer is the tale of the three fastest drivers in the world and their quest to save Lady Billionaire. Struck with a mysterious illness, the only way to save her is to break the “second sound barrier”.

CAST:

Jeremy Sisto
(Roger Valour as The Wild Card)

Peter Mensah
(Thelonious Courage as The Powerhouse)

Vincent Kartheiser
(Charles Michael Fortitude as The Artist)

Juliette Lewis
(Lady Billionaire)

Ken Marino
(Lars Van Der Hoot)

Steve Little
(Professor)

Bob Stephenson
(Cop)

Bart McCarthy
(Coach)

Al Foster
(Passenger)

The SECOND SOUND BARRIER was directed by David Wain and written by Michael Showalter. The project was produced by Supermarché/Moxie Pictures. The Supermarché team of Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman (Catfish, White Girl) served as creative directors

Check out bloopers and GIFs from the trailer here:
http://secondsoundbarrier.com/deletedscenes

BACKGROUND

Only a brand like Robert Graham – bold, irreverent and audacious in attitude would take a completely unique approach to launching its new Blended Essence collection by partnering with David Wain and Michael Showalter. The three men’s fragrances were inspired by the essence of uncommon men and the rare craftsmanship of blended spirits.

Never conforming to the norm, Robert Stock (Founder Robert Graham) envisioned a bold creative approach – using humor infused with adrenaline, layered with speed and seduction as the ultimate storytelling vehicle for his first foray into the world of men’s fragrance. “We started with a feeling, where each blended essence had to have its own personality. The spirit of each fragrance inspired the characters and the story of the Second Sound Barrier”

 

ROBERT GRAHAM COURAGE

THE ART OF SPEED AND STYLE – FOR THE DRIVERS AND THE DRIVEN.

An essence crowned with a symbol for the drivers and the driven – the racer, skimming the curves of Monaco and cliffs of the Pacific coast. This blended essence is for men of speed, who have a passion for risk taking and a penchant for style.

Curio:

The Pilote de Course cap was inspired by the original bust created in the 1920s by legendary sculptor Francois Pimienta. Only two copies of this rare hood ornament are known to exist. The leather stitched base is inspired by one of Robert’s steering wheels.

Fragrance Notes:

A smooth top note of classic Vodka Citron merges with fresh Bergamot and is finished with subtle Smoky Guaiac Wood .

 

ROBERT GRAHAM VALOUR

THE ART OF AUDACITY AND BOLDNESS – FOR THE LOYAL AND THE DYNAMIC.

The bulldog has always been a symbol of fierce individuality and willful intelligence – a fitting way to top off such a determined essence. Housed in a faceted decanter and finished with a foulard print, this bottle gives a nod to the well-dressed modern gentleman.

Curio:

Staunch, steadfast and spirited this English bulldog wears a hand-painted purple bowtie. The petrified wood base was inspired from a piece of wood that Robert collected on his travels.

Fragrance Notes:

This blended essence walks the line between fresh and sybaritic, mixing top notes Clary Sage, Coffee Santos and Amber Wood.

 

ROBERT GRAHAM FORTITUDE

THE ART OF MAGNESTISM AND SENSUALITY – FOR THOSE WITH A BIT OF SWAGGER.

Like the legendary stamina of the horned ram whose head graces the artful decanter top, Robert Graham evokes a daring sense of self and true grit. Deep, rich and almost mystical, born of alchemy and the exotic.

Curio:

The horned ram’s head, with green Swarovski crystal eyes is revered in cultures around the world as a symbol of strength and virility – a spirit summoned to bring fearlessness to warriors who could use a dose of his stamina. The steampunk gear base was inspired by Robert’s passion for race car driving and gears – the magic is in the mash up.

Fragrance Notes:

An overly sensual top note of Tobacco Absolute with secondary notes of Patchouli and Tonka Bean.

Retail:

$295.00 USD Blended Essence (250ml)                      $125.00 USD Blended Essence (100ml)

Available March 1, 2016 exclusively at Bloomingdale’s, Bloomingdales.com, Robert Graham and www.robertgraham.us

 

About Robert Graham
Robert Graham, a wholly owned subsidiary of Differential Brand Group (NASDAQ:DFBG), is an American-based company born in 2001.  Since its launch, Robert Graham has been providing sophisticated, eclectic style to the fashion market with an intention of inspiring a global movement. Robert Graham received the 2014 “Menswear Brand of the Year” award from the American Apparel & Footwear Association. Robert Graham now operates freestanding stores in 30 locations nationwide. The brand also sells at luxury department stores and boutiques, and it has showrooms located in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas, Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver (www.robertgraham.us). Robert Graham is the essence of ‘American Eclectic.’

About Butterfly Beauty LLC
Butterfly Beauty develops, markets and globally distributes a portfolio of Prestige Beauty Brands. The current brands included in the Butterfly Beauty portfolio are Elizabeth and James, Derek Lam and Robert Graham (www.butterflybeautyllc.com).

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IN BLOOM: Juliette Lewis Talks On Career, Role In ‘Kelly & Cal, New Music & More!

IN BLOOM: Juliette Lewis Talks On Career, Role In ‘Kelly & Cal, New Music & More!

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Juliette Lewis has been recognized as one of Hollywood’s most talented and versatile actors of her generation since she first stunned audiences and critics alike with her Oscar-nominated performance as ‘Danielle Bowden’ in Cape Fear. To date, she has worked with some of the most revered directors in the industry, including Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Lasse Hallström, Oliver Stone, and Garry Marshall. Whether lending dramatic authenticity or a natural comedic flair to her roles, Lewis graces the screen with remarkable range and an original and captivating style.

After a six-year hiatus from film to pursue her burgeoning music career exclusively, Lewis announced her return to acting, much to the delight of film fans. Lewis can be seen in August: Osage County, based on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony-Award winning play by Tracy Letts. She plays the role of Karen, the self-deluding youngest daughter and is joined by an ensemble cast that includes Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Ewan McGregor. She has also landed a lead role in the indie films: ‘Kelly and Cal,’ alongside “Cougar Town” star Josh Hopkins and ‘Hellion’ alongside “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul. This spring, Juliette can be seen in M. Night Shyamalan’s Fox Event Series “Wayward Pines.”

‘Kelly & Cal’ serves as one of Juleitte’s most ambitious roles to date. In the film, Lewis plays a punk-rocker turned suburban mom, Kelly, who is nostalgic for a life she can no longer have and uncertain of a future she doesn’t yet fit in. Seventeen-year-old Cal is frustrated at his lack of control over the hand he’s been dealt. When the two strike up an unlikely friendship, it’s the perfect spark needed to thrust them both back to life. Directed by Jen McGowan, ‘Kelly & Cal’ is a true indie gem. The dynamic chemistry of Juliette Lewis and Jonny Weston truly lights up with screen in ‘Kelly & Cal.’ Juliette Lewis delivers a standout performance in a film that explores overcoming the obstacles that life sends our way, the ones we create for ourselves and the art of baring our souls.

Jason Price of the mighty Icon Vs. Icon recently sat down with Juliette Lewis to discuss her role in the film, the challenges of bringing the character form script to screen, her evolution as an actress, her musical side and what the future hold might for hold her.

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis

We’ve become accustomed to seeing you on the silver screen. I wanted to go back to your early years. What made you take the plunge as an actor and what kept you inspired through the years?

It’s funny. I was just thinking that a misconception of me would be that I am a rock ‘n’ roller who acts in movies sometimes! [laughs] But my dad is a character actor. I grew up knowing movie making as a line of work that is very colorful with long hours, meeting interesting people and you tell stories. I am always thankful that I had a real pragmatic and realistic view of what movie making was because I grew up on my dad’s movie sets. He did a lot of Clint Eastwood westerns, “Laverne & Shirley,” and everything under the sun that you could do as a working actor. I always knew that was the line of work if you lived in your imagination, liked to create characters and tell stories. I did that from an early age. I guess the first seed of acting was the hours where I played make believe with my sister, where you are dreaming up characters when we used to play behind my house. Those were my early years. Then I started as a teenager and movies gave me a sense of focus and actually kept me out of trouble! Ironically! [laughs] People think it is funny but it was great because it gave me a voice and somewhere to channel this energy and an intuition because, since I was little, I have had a lot of empathy of other people, particularly the underdogs. As I look back on my career, I am proud and happy that I always gravitate towards the less common characters that I have seen on scene and not the two-dimensional characters. I love contradictions. I love the people I see everyday that fill our world, so I never gravitated toward film to be cool or to be liked or accepted.

You took a little time off to pursue your musical side but returned with a bang! How did you get involved with “Kelly & Cal” and what was it that spoke to you about this film?

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis shines in ‘Kelly & Cal’

It was a trip! I was always going to sing and play music and I did that when I approached age 30. I just took off, wrote songs, formed a band and toured the world. I did that for a good seven years. I didn’t make movies at that time. I sold records and played shows. I will probably make a documentary about it at some point. That actually made me more patient, hungry and passionate for acting in a totally different way. As you get older, you really get into the experience of things. It’s not the destination, it’s the journey. It is a cliche but it’s said for a reason! “Kelly & Cal” was a little diamond of a script. I opened the pages and it resonated with me so much as a personal turning point in adult life. I love when she says, “I am going through an existential crisis,” because I was just on the heels of one when I read this script. Even though I am not a new mother, the fork in the road, ambivalence and looking back and feeling lost and looking ahead, all of those complications, that feeling resonated strongly with me. I have been facing my parents aging, mortality and all of that stuff. Looking at your younger self doesn’t fuel this later chapter of your life. What got you by when you were younger, you will find, you need a bit more to get you by later! Anyway, I got the script and it was gorgeous! Then I met with the director, Jen McGowan, who is a passionate, physical director. I believed in her and think she is a great filmmaker. I just love taking risks and making movies now for the love of it. I was never into grooming a career. That was never my interest.

Your performance was terrific in the film and I am sure playing opposite of Jonny Weston and working alongside of director Jen McGowan, who you just mentioned. What can you tell us about working with them and what they brought to the project?

It was so important to know who would play Cal because he has to go toe-to-toe with me and also kind of dominate the energy of the scenes. It was really important. I was involved in the casting process and when we first auditioned Jonny, it was a no-brainer! I was so excited because he had that x-factor that I first saw in Leo DiCaprio or Brad Pitt because we all came up at the same time. Jonny has that indescribable something, that energy that is unpredictable. I was so excited for him to play Cal. We were so natural together. Jen, I loved her shooting style, along with Philip Lott, the director of photography. I loved how organic and natural it all was. It is a little story but it is a very unique and original story. I like that there is this sense of insomnia running through the whole thing. We worked 16 hour days and I was in every frame for four weeks in New York. It was really a labor of love and I am thrilled that it is coming out. I think it shines a light on women that you don’t often see in cinema. That is what independent film is for, I suppose, to show unique perspectives.

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis in ‘Kelly & Cal’

There are a lot of emotional scenes in this film. I am sure you tap into your own emotions to bring them to life. Is it difficult to put yourself out there, in those moments, and bare your soul to the world?

[laughs] Yeah! It is difficult in how truthful I want to go, ya know? I think as an artist, I am a masochist. The more uncomfortable it is, the more honest it is going to be, if you know what I mean. You want to get out of premeditation and live and breathe in the moment. All I ever hope is that audiences believe everything I am doing and that it looks as easy as breathing. The acting on a cellular level is tough because I think I am changing a little bit. I am just brutality within my own head! [laughs] It is pretty horrifying! There are so many ways you can play a scene. You could play a scene 50 different ways but that is what the director is for! This script was so close to my heart. I love the writing because it is unapologetic. Kelly is somewhat unlikable! When I read the script, I have to be honest, I found her somewhat irresponsible and a bit unlikable! As a mom, you are like, “How dare you be this irresponsible as a young mom!” I just wanted it to be super real. I don’t mean to say that because I know what it will look like in print. I know actors aren’t supposed to judge the characters but I could judge her and I could still play her. That is the thing, you don’t want to get lost in your ego and say, “I hope she is likable and that everyone understands her!” No! She is doing things you don’t understand the whole time! I really like that aspect of it! My favorite moment in the film, when it comes to her doing things you don’t understand, is the one with her at the window. I don’t want to say what she does but her looking at Cal through the window, she gives a piece of herself. I was like, “Why does she do that after she was trying to be responsible?” For me that is the pleasure sometimes as an actor when you just commit. You don’t always have to understand on an intellectual level all of the motivation, you just sort of dive in. I trust my director and she is the one who took me there. She explained why she does it. It was only after I saw the film I realized it is the most beautiful in all of the movies to me and I understood it completely but I didn’t understand it when I did it, if you can understand that!

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis

I thought another great layer to the film was your musical contribution to it. Was that always in the cards and how did it come about?

This all happened so organically. I wanted to start songwriting more for films and TV, as all musicians want to do. This was so much fun! I called up my first guitar player, a guy named Clint Walsh, and it was fun to write in character. This isn’t my kind of music. This isn’t Juliette and The Licks music. This is very specific. Jen gave us references like PJ Harvey’s “To Bring You My Love” and a little Sleater Kinney. That first song called “Wet Nap,” that is most of the writer’s lyrics and then we wrote this sludgy, brooding, sexy, soft-loud, ‘90s lo-fi song. Clint and I worked on it and I submitted it to the songwriter and she loved it. Then the last song, “Change,” she didn’t even ask for. It just came out of me. Clint was playing while I was in the kitchen making tea and I said, “What is that? Keep playing it!” I wrote the song and to me it is the sentiment of what I was going through and the sentiment of the film. It is a really sweet song.

Change and personal evolution is the central theme of this project. Looking back on your career, what is your biggest evolution as an artist?

I think it is the same thing I strive for as a live performer as I do as an actor, a pure, visceral honesty, truth in every cell in my body. Acting is a bizarre line of work because it is not real, you are creating illusions. It is a dichotomy because I want it to look like it is happening for real. I love people, characters, the way people are physical and physicalizing things. To answer your question, I am always looking for something I have never played before. Right before “Kelly & Cal,” I had done “August: Osage County” with the brilliant Tracy Letts, who wrote the movie. I worked with Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts, so it was the role of a lifetime. I did that, then followed it up with this beautiful little indie and followed it up with this other movie with Aaron Paul, “Hellion,” and next I am doing a TV show for ABC that will be on next year, “Secrets & Lies,” where I show no emotion. If you start watching the through-lines of my career, I hope you see diversity. That is what I am into, challenging myself, being people that I don’t always understand and making you believe me! [laughs]

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis

With all of these irons in the fire, where does that leave you in regards to your music? What is in the cards for the future?

It leaves me very melancholy and missing it like you would your favorite lover! [laughs] I wrote a record with some members of Cage The Elephant. Brad Shultz is the co-founder of that band and he produced it and I will come out with a record next year! I am looking forward to getting back on the road. It has been four years and I think about it, if not daily, weekly. I will definitely get back to it next year.

That’s great! Earlier in the interview you eluded to possibly doing a documentary on your musical side. What are your thoughts there?

Yeah, I think right now I am doing a mashup. You will see! Buy yeah, I am going to do a movie where it combines all of those things. It will be the ultimate Juliette project, if I could say my name in the third person! [laughs]

What is the best piece of advice you would pass along to people looking to pursue a career in the entertainment industry?

You better love it like an addiction and be willing to work, work, work. Don’t expect anything to come to you and fall in your lap. Don’t expect anything from anyone. Do it all for the love of the art. Most importantly, create! Songs you can write in your living room, so that is easy! With movies, I think with the technology out there, there is a lot of artistic expression and independence that can occur where you don’t have to rely on big corporations.

Thank you for your time today, Juliette! We are excited to see what you have in store for us in the years to come! When it comes to your role in “Kelly & Cal,” you hit it out of the park!

Thanks so much, Jason! Talk to you again soon!

‘Kelly & Cal’ opens on September 5, 2014 in Theaters & on VOD. Follow the magic of Juliette Lewis via Twitter and Instagram.

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ACID POP CULT PODCAST – Episode 123: Moster Wizard Vs. Mania Con

ACID POP CULT PODCAST – Episode 123: Moster Wizard Vs. Mania Con

Now with 20% more Shit Movie Fest mentions!

Now with 20% more Shit Movie Fest mentions!

This week on Acid Pop Cult, the boys talk about Robin Williams being dead, and that is sad. What’s sadder is the flood of suicide prevention posts on social media that followed. Why is it the only time we care about important issues like these is when it happens to a celebrity? Jeremy brings the issue to the table this week in one of his most inspired rants yet. Lee covers the new Jim Norton show on Vice, featuring his Ed McMahon, trans-gender porn star Bailey Jay. Then Jason gives us all an update on the Bad Karma Body Count Celebrity Death Pool, and makes plans to hit in Monster Mania Convention in New Jersey.

You know us, you love us and you can’t fuckin’ live without us, so join us won’t you? The latest episode of Acid Pop Cult is pipin’ hot and ready for you to enjoy! – Click to download and consume!

Acid Pop Cult – @acidpopcult
Jeremy – @almostgothim
Lee – @leearnoldMWF
Jason – @iconvsicon

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New Red Band Trailer For Derick Martini’s ‘Hick’ Starring Chloe Moretz

New Red Band Trailer For Derick Martini’s ‘Hick’ Starring Chloe Moretz

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A new red and green band trailer for Derick Martini’s new film, HICK, starring Chloe Moretz, Blake Lively and Eddie Redmayne has been unveiled.

Check it out below and be sure to weigh in with your thoughts!

‘HICK’ opens in theaters and will be available on VOD on May 11th.

Small town teenager Luli (CHLOË GRACE MORETZ) escapes to Las Vegas, leaving behind her alcoholic and abusive parents. Armed with her smarts, a pistol and pocket money, she hitchhikes her way west. Along the way, Luli crosses paths with Eddie (EDDIE REDMAYNE), an unstable rebel with questionable motives and Glenda (BLAKE LIVELY), a cocaine-snorting drifter on the run. Adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by Andrea Portes, this powerful story pulls you into a provocative world of drugs, seduction and murder.

Green Band Trailer:

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Mark Ruffalo & Christopher Thornton Answer Our Burning Question About ‘Sympathy for Delicious’

Mark Ruffalo & Christopher Thornton Answer Our Burning Question About ‘Sympathy for Delicious’

Fans of Icon Vs. Icon were recently treated to a very unique opportunity! As many of you know, actor Mark Ruffalo is about to make his directorial debut in the upcoming drama ‘Sympathy for Delicious.’

Our readers where encouraged to submit their questions and the winner would have their question answered by the stars of the film.

The film chronicles a paralyzed DJ as he struggles to navigate the harsh Los Angeles landscape with nothing but two turntables, a microphone, and a wheelchair. The cast for the inspiring flick includes Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis, Laura Linney, John Carroll Lynch, Noah Emmerich, Dov Tiefenbach and Nathan Wetherington.

Our winner was Cheryl Patrick, who asked: “What was the biggest challenge for you on ‘Sympathy for Delicious’ as both an actor and a director on this project?” We lucked out and not only did Mark Ruffalo answer our question but Christopher Thornton also chimed in on his roles in making this amazing film! Check out the this dynamic duo answering the question below and check out the trailer as well!

‘Sympathy for Delicious’ comes to theaters on April 29, 2011 and you can check out the official website for the film at www.sympathyfordelicious.com.

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Ask The Cast of Mark Ruffalo’s ‘Sympathy for Delicious’ A Question!

Ask The Cast of Mark Ruffalo’s ‘Sympathy for Delicious’ A Question!

Fans of Icon Vs. Icon are in for a very unique opportunity! As many of you know, actor Mark Ruffalo is about to make his directorial debut in the upcoming drama ‘Sympathy for Delicious.’

The film chronicles a paralyzed DJ as he struggles to navigate the harsh Los Angeles landscape with nothing but two turntables, a microphone, and a wheelchair. The cast for the inspiring flick includes Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis, Laura Linney, John Carroll Lynch, Noah Emmerich, Dov Tiefenbach and Nathan Wetherington. ‘Sympathy for Delicious’ comes to theaters on April 29, 2011 and you can check out the official website for the film at www.sympathyfordelicious.com.

Icon Vs. Icon is giving one of our dedicated readers the opportunity to have one question answered directly from one of the stars of the film! It is your choice which star you will choose to answer you! The answer will be captured on video and posted as a standalone video on Icon Vs. Icon for all to see!

HOW TO ENTER!!!
Put on your thinking cap and submit your question via email to contest@iconvsicon.com with “Sympathy for Delicious” in the subject line by Thursday, March 31st by 3 PM EST. Be sure to include the question and who you would like to have answer it! The best question will be selected as the winner!

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New Featurette For Drew Barrymore’s ‘Whip It’ Now Online

New Featurette For Drew Barrymore’s ‘Whip It’ Now Online

A brand new featurette for Whip It, Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut, has hit the web. Check it out below…

‘Whip It’ tells the tale of a rebellious, indie-rock loving, Texas teen (Ellen Page) who throws in her small town beauty pageant crown for the rowdy world of roller derby. The film stars Ellen Page, Zoe Bell, Marcia Gay Harden, Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, Jimmy Fallon, Daniel Stern and Kristen Wiig.

‘Whip It’ is set to hit theaters October 9th, 2009.

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Trailer For Drew Barrymore’s ‘Whip It’ Skates Its Way Online

Trailer For Drew Barrymore’s ‘Whip It’ Skates Its Way Online

drew-barrymore-longThe trailer for Whip It, Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut, which tells the tale of a rebellious, indie-rock loving, Texas teen (Ellen Page) who throws in her small town beauty pageant crown for the rowdy world of roller derby has hit the web. Check out the trailer below!

Whip It stars Ellen Page, Zoe Bell, Marcia Gay Harden, Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, Jimmy Fallon, Daniel Stern and Kristen Wiig.

The film is set to hit theaters October 9th, 2009.

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