Killing Them Softly is out on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK/Region 2 today, so just a heads-up to anyone who was going to get it:
Disappointingly all we get in the way of extras is a selection of Interviews from the main cast and crew – Andrew Dominik, Ben Mendelsohn, Max Casella, Ray Liotta, Scoot [...]
Killing Them Softly opens in theatres in the U.S. today. We won’t see Garret in it until the DVD is released, but the reviews are pretty good (the film is certified fresh) and the other actors make a pretty good consolation prize, even if they keep stealing Cromartie’s music. Some clips:
Killing Them Softly was screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the first reviews showed up on Variety and THR today. Hit the links to read the articles. And you can watch the press conference with Andrew Dominik and the main cast at Festival-Cannes.fr.
That’s the official poster to the right.
If you’re skimming, here [...]
Collider and several other sites report that Cogan’s Trade will be released in theatres on September 21, 2012. From the looks of it, it will also be screened at the Toronto Film Festival earlier that month:
This would put the film slightly after the Toronto International Film Festival, and so the flick could make a showing [...]
Raising Hope and two other Fox comedies (New Girl and the uncancelled Breaking In) had a panel at the Winter TCAs yesterday and Garret was there, along with Martha Plimpton and Greg Garcia. There are a few reports from the event at Deadline, TV Guide, Hollywood Reporter and Think Progress.
For photos, see Raising Hope [...]
Garret did an interview earlier and it’s finally up on YouTube. He talks about Raising Hope, Looper, and Cogan’s Trade, and also mentions he is doing another couple of movies in the near future.
Unrelated, but if you missed it on Twitter, you can stream Side Man on LATW’s site.
Here is the [...]
The A.V. Club did a monster interview with Garret a few weeks ago and it’s up on their site today. You can read it here.
Among other things, he mentions doing a cameo in Cogan’s Trade, the Jesse James reunion (Andrew Dominik, Brad Pitt, Sam Shepard) that wrapped filming the other day in New Orleans.