Clueless, 8 Mile, Love and Other Disasters, and Girl, Interrupted actress Brittany Murphy [b. November 10, 1977] passed away at 10:04am today at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Murphy’s family, friends and loved ones. Rest In Peace, Brittany Murphy and God bless your mom – Sharon – and husband – Simon Monjack.
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The 32-year-old Sin City, Spun, Riding In Car With Boys and Just Married star Brittany Murphy was also the funny voice of Luanne Platter in animated television series King of the Hill and Gloria in blockbuster film – Happy Feet. Murphy has an upcoming role in the new Sylvester Stallone ensemble film – The Expendables.
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Encore Channel’s Party Down actor Adam Scott, Brittany Snow, Alex Frost and JK Simmons star in writer & director Lee Toland Krieger’s The Vicious Kind. Adam Scott is always a strong actor and definitely one to watch, enjoy the trailer below –
The Vicious Kind is Lee Toland Krieger’s sophomoric feature film and it opens in theaters on Friday, December 11 and everywhere else in 2010.
A redemption tale focused on Adam Scott’s Caleb Sinclaire, a bitter construction worker whose life is turned upside down one Thanksgiving weekend. Estranged from his family, Caleb lives an isolated, but contented, life. Following a difficult breakup, he becomes scornful toward women and wears his disdain as a badge of honor. Caleb’s resolve is tested, however, when he meets his younger brother Peter’s new girlfriend, Emma. Immediately distrustful of her, Caleb warns Peter that she will only end up hurting him. Despite his efforts to protect his brother, he finds himself drawn to Emma and surprised by his growing attraction. Caleb’s unexpected feelings force him finally to confront the vulnerability he has struggled so long to conceal.
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Director Sean McConville’s Deadline is an uber-thriller about a screenwriter who decides to hole up in an abandoned house to work on her latest script, and starts to mentally break down thanks to writer’s block and a series of strange events. The film embodies Stanley Kubrick’s Shining-esque and stars Brittany Murphy, Thora Birch, Tammy Blanchard and Marc Blucas.
The $10 million budget film is directorial debut for Sean McConville.