Massive Movie Production Update

To make up for me barely updating the site lately I added tons of new stuff, including screencaptures of both The Conspirator and Girl Walks Into a Bar trailer and screencaptures of The Good Guy, to the movie productions section of the gallery. Enjoy!

Gallery Links:
The Conspirator – Trailer Screencaptures
Girl Walks Into a Bar – Trailer Screencaptures
The Good Guy – Screencaptures
The Kate Logan Affair

Box office results

Since The Good Guy had a limited release it ofcourse did not make the box office but I did find an article mentioning The Good Guy!

Doing very well in limited release in their debut weekends are the independent films The Ghost Writer and The Good Guy. First, the Roman Polanski directed film The Ghost Writer starring Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrall, Olivia Williams, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Hutton and Eli Wallach earned an impressive $44,750 on each of the four theaters that the film was shown in for an opening weekend total of $179,000. Also doing well in limited release was the Manhattan based romantic drama The Good Guy featuring former Gilmore Girls star Alexis Bledel, Scott Porter and Bryan Greenberg. The movie, which had an edge on the competition by opening Wednesday before the weekend was shown in only nine theaters and earned $4,022 per theater for a total of $36,200 in its debut week.

That’s so great! Go check out The Good Guy if you haven’t seen it yet.

‘Be Ready to Make Mistakes in Relationships’

Alexis recently did an interview with Parade.com about The Good Guy.

Alexis Bledel left TV after Gilmore Girls to forge a new career on the big screen with the hit Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants films.

Now she’s found herself caught between two hunks in The Good Guy. Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf discovered Bledel’s own take on finding that elusive man of her dreams.

Love isn’t always a many splendored thing.
“The Good Guy does start out with my character having this kind of ideal fantasy of romance that I think we’re encouraged to have in movies — you know, those sweeping generalizations about the power of love and how fantastic it can be. But she gets a wake-up call that kind of brings that down to Earth. Being in love is such a complex thing because when a girl falls for a guy she wants to be swept away and doesn’t want to have to think about all the realistic possibilities. But you have to walk the line and be ready to make mistakes in relationships.”

She’s made some herself.
“Sure I have. I think everybody is disappointed sometimes. I think everyone has a different perspective, a different point of view in terms of what they’re looking for. I try to just be in tune with what is right for me. Sometimes you’re right about a guy, and sometimes you’re wrong. It’s like Vegas kind of. But that’s real life.”

And so is her safe-sex love scene.
“We almost never see people dealing with a condom in a romantic moment, even though it’s a reality. I wonder why that is. I liked that scene because it sets a realistic tone. It’s not about embarrassment, but like the awkwardness that happens, especially if you’re with a guy for the first time. Actually, there are a lot of little moments in The Good Guy that felt sort of more realistic than your average romantic story.”
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