The gallery was updated with over 1400 screencaptures from the movie “Home for the Holidays“, movie of 1995 directed by Jodie Foster in which Holly plays Claudia Larson. Enjoy!
After losing her job, making out with her soon-to-be former boss and finding out that her daughter plans to spend Thanksgiving with her boyfriend, Claudia Larson faces spending the holiday with her family.
The gallery was updated with last episodes screencaptures of season 1 of Saving Grace.
Judd Apatow is producing the film, which also stars Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan.
Ray Romano and Holly Hunter have joined the cast of the indie romantic comedy The Big Sick.
The duo are joining Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan for the Judd Apatow-produced project, which is being directed by Michael Showalter from a script by Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon.
The story is based off Nanjiani and Gordon’s own relationship as a Pakistani-born man and a American woman. Romano and Hunter will be playing Kazan’s character’s parents.
Barry Mendel is also producing the project, which is being financed by FilmNation.
The Everybody Loves Raymond star recently appeared in HBO’s music industry drama Vinyl and will return to the Ice Age animated franchise in the next installment, Collision Course.
Hunter starred in Sundance Channel’s Top of the Lake and can now be seen in Zach Snyder’sBatman v. Superman. She will soon be seen in Terrence Malick‘s Weightless.
Romano is repped by ICM, Conversation and Del Shaw. Hunter is repped by ICM, Management 360, Ziffren Brittenham.
Much thanks to my friend Luciana I’ve added to the gallery 88 HD screencaptures from yesterday’s appereance of Batman v Superman to Conan Show.
Yesterday the cast of Batman V Superman was guest at Conan. Here below is the clip including Holly but you can find more at teamcoco.com
With Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice now playing in theaters around the world, last week I sat down with Holly Hunter for an exclusive interview about the film. During our wide-ranging conversation she talked about how she got involved in the project, memorable moments from filming, keeping the twists and turns under wraps, if the script changed during production, what she knows about Brad Bird’s The Incredibles 2, getting to work with Terrence Malick onWeightless, and a lot more.
Finally, I strongly recommend seeing Batman v Superman in IMAX if you have the option. Snyder filmed a number of scenes using their cameras and the footage is spectacular.
Collider: Were you or are you one of these comic book fans where you understood what you were getting yourself into when Zack [Snyder] asked you to be in this film.
HOLLY HUNTER: No, not at all. I’m not engaged in any way, not even remotely, with this world. And having said that, there are many reasons that people can engage and that I can engage with this genre with superheroes. Being somebody who’s like a theater geek that I am, I can just go right back to Aeschylus and Euripides and Sophocles, they were writing about gods and goddesses versus humans, and how gods could distort pervert or help people get what they want. And so, for me this didn’t feel foreign because that was the translation that it went through for me, that was my filter. But Zack called me and asked me to do it and I thought, “What are the downsides? None.” He’s an incredibly persuasive, incredibly confident, joyful guy. He is a fearless leader and does it with an incredible generosity to his actors.
Did you find once you were announced as a part of this that you had a lot of friends and family that wanted to visit you on set?
HUNTER: [laughs] Well, it was being shot in Detroit under some security, so actually that was not a big problem.