Rounding out its Cannes slate, the Exchange has acquired international sales rights to Deon Taylor’s drama “Supremacy.”
Danny Glover, Julie Benz, Joe Anderson, Derek Luke, Anson Mount, Dawn Olivieri and Mahershala Ali star. Producers are Roxanne Avent and Vince Cirrincione with Aaron L. Gilbert and Robert Smith exec producing.
Story, penned by Eric J. Adams, recounts one night for a black family held captive by a leader in the Aryan Brotherhood (portrayed by Anderson) on the run from the law.
The Exchange’s slate at Cannes will also include Randall Miller’s “CBGB,” Richard LaGravanese’s “The Last 5 Years,” Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Swelter” and Sebastian Silva’s thriller “Magic Magic,” which will have its international premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight.
Thanks to the amazing Nicole of NowhereLand9 Designs, we have a gorgeous new layout here at Joe Anderson Network – what do you guys think? Also, as news is fairly quiet at the moment, I have just replaced the previous DVD-quality screen captures of Joe from The Ruins with over 300 Blu-Ray quality captures – enjoy!
Film Productions > The Ruins (2008) > Screen Captures (Blu-Ray)
A new trailer for Joe’s upcoming film A Single Shot has recently appeared online, and he appears briefly about 1/2 way through. Watch it in full below – the film is set to show at the Tribeca Film Festival later this month, but is currently still looking for a distributor.
Yes, this post is titled You Must Know, but in truth, you probably already Do Know Joe Anderson. However, the actor is such a cinematic chameleon, it’s totally understandable why his name doesn’t immediately conjure up memories of his amazing work in Across The Universe, The Ruins, The Crazies, The Grey or, even, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.
Thanks to countless wigs, varying degrees of facial hair, an impressive mastery of accents and the ability to transform his physicality, Anderson tends to be nearly unrecognizable from one project to the next. A true skillset, but as he tells me, it can also be a detriment to an actor trying to gain a foothold in Hollywood.
Given your propensity for smaller budget films, I was kind of surprised to see you in the final Twilight film.
It wasn’t something I would expect myself to go after either. Especially knowing how secretive they can be with these massive franchises in terms of plot, character and how faithful they’re going to be to the books. To be quite frank, artistically, my taste is at the other end of the spectrum. My moviemaking isn’t necessarily that of this kind of franchise, but you just commit to the madness of the moment, and that’s what makes these kind of wacko experiences fun.
After waiting for what feels like an eternity, I have finally managed to get hold of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II, and have just added Blu-Ray quality screen captures of Joe as Alistair to the gallery. What did you guys think of Joe in the film?
Film Productions > The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II (2012) > Screen Captures (Blu-Ray)
After very limited news and footage regarding this project, Joe’s 2010 film Flutter has been appearing at several film festivals, most recently at the British Independent Film Festival in May, 2012. The official site has a brand new trailer up on its website – it is similar to the original trailer we posted back in August 2011 – and you can watch it in full below.
The film still doesn’t have a release date in the UK or North America, but hopefully something will surface soon.
Last night was the hotly-anticipated LA premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II, and Joe was on the red carpet! I’ve found a few pictures of him at the event, hopefully more will pop up soon.
A few rather moody stills and on-set shots of Joe from his upcoming film Supremacy have just been added to the gallery. Enjoy!