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By Mandy on Sep 10, 2014 • Gallery Update,Project Update,The 1000 Comments

Thanks to Far, Far Away I’ve added the first promotional photo from season two of The 100, to the gallery!

By Mandy on Sep 06, 2014 • Project Update,Tracers0 Comments

The action thriller features the “Twilight” star as a high-speed bicycle messenger

Saban Films has picked up North American rights to the action thriller Tracers, starring Taylor Lautner as a New York bicycle messenger who gets in trouble with the mob. Marie Avgeropoulos (50/50) co-stars.

Haim Saban’s new theatrical distribution company snapped up the feature at the Toronto market, Saban Films announced in a press release early Friday morning.

Lautner plays Cam, New York’s hottest bicycle messenger, who unfortunately is in debt to an organized crime gang. A chance encounter with a sexy stranger (Avgeropoulos) leads Cam into the dangerous world of parkour, the high-risk urban sport in which players leap over obstacles and between buildings.

Tracers re-teams Lautner with Twilight producers Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill Entertainment, who produced the film alongside D. Scott Lumpkin.

Daniel Benmayor (Bruc) directed from a script by Leslie Bohem, Matt Johnson, Kevin Lund and T.J. Scott.

Saban Films President Bill Bromiley and executive Ness Saban negotiated on behalf of Saban Films and WME Global on behalf of the producers.

Saban Films launched in Cannes this year with the acquisition of Tommy Lee Jones’ dark Western The Homesman.


By Mandy on Aug 15, 2014 • Interviews,Project Update,The 1000 Comments

By Mandy on Aug 15, 2014 • Interviews,Project Update,The 1000 Comments

By Mandy on Aug 15, 2014 • Interviews,Project Update,The 1000 Comments

By Mandy on Aug 08, 2014 • Interviews,Project Update,The 1000 Comments

In “The 100″ Season 2, Octavia Blake may be spending more time with the Grounders — and Lincoln — than with the rest of the kids from the Ark. What does that mean for Octavia and for those she may be leaving behind? Marie Avgeropoulos gave some answers to reporters at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con.

Zap2it: Where will we see Octavia when “The 100″ returns for Season 2?
Avgeropoulos: Octavia’s becoming a Grounder and they don’t speak English. She’s going to have to do some negotiating at some point or another. Maybe she’s in disguise, maybe she’s not, and she has to let them know her thoughts and that she comes in peace. So that may or may not be in English.

There is a whole other language this season?
This language was created just for our show which is so cool. The Grounders, the way they speak is more direct than ours. They’re very straight and to the point because they were left on Earth for those 97 years through the apocalypse and everything so their speech and the evolution of it has really transformed.

Is Octavia going to have any interactions with the rest of the 100?
She’s going to have to be independent because she’s separated from the group, and she’s practically dying again, for like the 10th time.

Octavia’s loyalty has been compromised, at least from the 100’s point of view. I don’t think they all essentially realize that [Lincoln] did save her life, and maybe [the Grounders] aren’t so bad. But now they’re attacking us and he’s on our side, so it’s a very confusing relationship. Octavia will continue to explore the Grounders because she’s morphing and transforming.

Can you give any hints about what that means?
I’m currently sword training and it’s the best.

Does Jasper have a shot with Octavia, or does her heart belong to Lincoln?
Unfortunately I think Jasper is disappointed because he had a hard time getting out of the friend zone. Octavia knew what it was like to be wrongfully accused for something, because her crime was just simply being born. She got thrown in prison because she had to be hidden under floorboards for her entire life. When Lincoln saved her life, all her people were punishing him in a terrible, brutal way, she had to stick up for him. Their bond runs a lot deeper, I think, because they’re making such immense, epic sacrifices for each other.

“The 100″ Season 2 premieres Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.