Here is another photo from the set of Glee 3.01, nabbed from Facebook:
Sparks is getting re-released in a new anthology, “HitRECord Recollection, Volume 1.”
The handsome, 8 ¼-by-8¼-inch cloth-bound book — from New Video Group — contains two discs of digital entertainment, including 36 collaboratively made short-form live-action and animated films, music videos and “tiny stories.” They’ve been submitted by members of the artistic community, which claims 40,000-plus contributors.
Artistically, they run the gamut from highly entertaining and innovative, to slight and overly precious. The sketches and drawings can be wildly imaginative and intricately rendered, or delightfully childlike and amusing. In any case, nothing lasts long enough to overstay its welcome. By far, the longest piece, “Sparks,” clocks in at 23 minutes, but the presence of sexy Carla Gugino, Xander Berkely and ever-ready Eric Stoltz makes it seem shorter. As JOE, Gordon-Levitt adapted the screenplay from a short story by Elmore Leonard and directed it. — Movie City News
And Eric wasn’t at the Boston Film Festival, but Kate Connor and Andy Hirsch were. Production Live Online has posted an interview with them. Not the best audio ever, but I don’t think we’ve seen the poster yet:
Pulp Fiction will finally be released on Blu-ray in the U.S. next month. (The European Blu-ray has been out there for a couple of years now.) Here is the list of bonus features, from Blu-ray.com (those not marked “new” are available on the special edition DVD):
Retrospective Cast Interviews (New)
Critics Corner: Then and Now (New)
Pulp Fiction: The Facts featurette
Behind the Scenes Montages
Production Design featurette
Siskel and Ebert “At the Movies” – The Tarantino Generation
Independent Spirit Awards
Cannes Film Festival – Palm d’Or Acceptance Speech
Charlie Rose Show – Interview with Quentin Tarantino
DVD Talk mentions that Eric makes an appearance in one of the deleted scenes of Elektra Luxx, an R-rated comedy by Sebastian Gutierrez, starring Carla Gugino and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which has been released on DVD today (Amazon link).
“Deleted Scenes” (18:44) offer a lackluster interview between Bert and a dim-witted pornstar, a moment of aborted intimacy between two supporting characters, and follows jittery personalities played by Eric Stoltz and Lucy Punch as they negotiate their first three-way.
U.S. invitees include Isabella Rossellini (for the U.S. premiere of Late Bloomers), Liana Liberato and David Schwimmer (Trust), Jill Hennessy (Roadie), and Eric Stoltz (for the N. Y. premiere of Fort McCoy), among others.
And in other news:
You can pre-order Haunted Summer at MoviesUnlimited.com. The film will be available on June 17.
And AICN dug up a previously unseen behind-the-scenes pic from Back to the Future. Hit the link to see it.
Haunted Summer is finally getting released on DVD on June 14. From Dread Central:
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s manufacturing-on-demand program continues during the month of June with 29 films being released as part of MGM’s Limited Edition Collection.
Unfortunately only one qualifies as real horror, but there’s another that should appeal to genre fans so we’re including some info on both for your perusal. (…)
Next is the mash-up entitled Haunted Summer from 1988 – Romantic poets Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley, along with Shelley’s future wife, Mary, and her beautiful stepsister, Claire, travel blissfully through Switzerland one summer.
Both women share Shelley’s bed, while the tortured Lord Byron flounders in a secret relationship with his physician. They experiment with opium, “free love”, and the nature of good and evil. The events form the foundation for Mary Shelley’s famous novel, FRANKENSTEIN.
This drama is part surreal, part historical – of lust and fantasy, of ecstasy and horror, of the inner strings of creativity. Stars Philip Anglim, Alice Krige, Eric Stoltz; directed by Ivan Passer.
Still not seeing a place to pre-order it, but the film now has its own page on MGM.com, so their store is probably a safe bet.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High will be released on Blu-ray this summer. It’s been available for pre-ordering on Amazon for a while now and Universal Studios Home Entertainment has finally given it a definite release date: August 9, 2011.
Here are the Blu-ray details and bonus features, from Universal’s press release:
FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH:
Academy Award® winner Sean Penn (Milk) stars as the unforgettable Jeff Spicoli in the film that defined the outrageous and bold teen comedy genre, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Follow a group of Southern California high school students as they explore sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll. (more…)