May 282014

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Aug 012013

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Oct 232012

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 112011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 112011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 072011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Dec 072011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment’s Edgar Allan Poe Film Adaptation of “The Tell-Tale Heart” to Star Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich











John Patrick Flueger


New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 15, 2011

Popart Film Factory & Leverage Entertainment are pleased to announce Patrick John Flueger, Rose McGowan and Peter Bogdanovich will star in the upcoming feature film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart.” Production on the literary thriller begins Oct. 20 and will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The lead role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” will be played by Flueger, who also plays Chuck Cranston in Paramount Picture’s “Footloose,” a remake of the classic American dance film that is being released nationwide this weekend. Flueger was recently seen on the big screen in Jim Sheridan’s “Brothers,” where he played a supporting role opposite Toby Maguire.

Playing female lead is actress McGowan, who is known for her roles in such films as “Grindhouse,” “Scream,” “Jawbreaker,” “The Black Dahlia” and “The Doom Generation,” in addition to her role on the popular series “Charmed.”

Rounding out the standout cast is renowned director Bogdanovich. Celebrated for his work as a director for classics including “Paper Moon,” “The Last Picture Show,” and “What’s Up Doc?.” Bogdanovich started out training as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Stella Adler before making a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s great filmmakers.

Inspired by Poe’s imaginative short story, this independent film brings mystery, romance, and suspense to the literary classic. Producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced and/or directed more than 250 music videos (for artists from The Rolling Stones to Three 6 Mafia) and 20 feature length films, will be joined by Director John La Tier to bring this story to life.

“It was always our intention to stay true to Poe,” says La Tier. “We want this film to be something he would be proud of, and I believe this captivating script, combined with this cast and art direction, is going to be just that.”

Patrick John Flueger is represented by UTA & Nancy Kremer Management, Rose McGowan by The Gersh Agency & MPE, Peter Bogdanovich by Abrams Artists Agency & MPE, and Daniel Zirilli is managed by Zero Gravity.

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Apr 192011



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Suncast Entertainment’s Santiago Jr. Has Short Film “Fallen Hero” Accepted Into Prestigious LA Shorts Film Festival












Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) June 21, 2010

SunCast Entertainment VP of Creative Development announced today that his short film “Fallen Hero” has been accepted into the prestigious LA Shorts Fest, July 22-30.

“Fallen Hero” is a super 16mm short film written, directed and executive-produced by Santiago Jr. It premiered at the Phoenix Film Festival in May, and earned high praise at the Scottsdale Community College Film Festival, taking top honors in the categories of Best Dramatic Short and Best Produced Screenplay. It also earned second place for editing.

“It is a tremendous honor to have this film accepted by the LA Shorts Film Fest along with so many other great films,” Santiago Jr. said. “I worked with a fantastic cast and crew on this project, and we wouldn’t have this opportunity without their hard work.”

The LA Shorts Fest, in its 14th year, is an Academy Award nominating film festival that is attended by top industry talent, agents and studio executives. In past years, 33 films that were featured in the LA Shorts Fest have gone on to earn Academy Award nominations, while 11 filmmakers have won an Oscar.

“Fallen Hero” is Santiago’s fourth short film. His other previous works include “Diablita”, “Once Upon a Time in the Desert” and the award-winning “El Trafico”.

Santiago Jr. is working on his fifth short film, “Xtraction”. This action-thriller set in Mexico and the world of organ trafficking is currently in pre-production with SunCast Entertainment LLC., and is scheduled to begin filming in Arizona in July.

Santiago Jr. is a two-time fellow of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) Writers Lab in 2006 and 2007; and a two-time fellow of the NALIP Producers Academy as a producing fellow in 2006 and as a directing fellow in 2007. He also was a two-time finalist for consideration to the Sundance Writers Lab in 2007 and 2008.

A proud client of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, SunCast Entertainment is a film and media production company whose mission is to make commercially viable, culturally significant, emotionally resonant and intellectually satisfying film and media entertainment for distribution across multiple platforms in this era of “new media” and digital technology. SunCast Entertainment currently has several projects in various stages of pre-production, including the short film “Xtraction” and the highly-anticipated Marco Santiago Jr. feature film “86”.

To find out more about SunCast Entertainment go to http://www.SunCastEntertainment.com, http://www.Facebook.com/SunCastEntertainment or follow on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/suncastent.

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