Category Archives: Emile Hirsch

Demetri Martin @ Ang Lee’s Taking Woodstock – Trailer

The new Ang Lee’s Taking Woodstock trailer premiered on comedian Demetri Martin’s Important Things with Demetri Martin Comedy Central’s television series last night. Taking Woodstock is based on Elliot Tiber and Tom Monte’s Taking Woodstock: A True Story of a Riot, a Concert, and a Life, a 1960 memoir about a man working at his parents’ motel in the Catskills inadvertently sets in motion the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969.

Taking Woodstock hits theaters on Friday, August 14. Demetri Martin is repped by Greg Cavic, Jason Heyman, Martin Lesak and Gregory McKnight @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and attorney Nancy Rose @ Schreck Rose Dapello Adams & Hurwitz.
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Emile Hirsch @ Congo w/ Oxfam

Milk star Emile Hirsch traveled to Central Africa country Congo with Oxfam and documented his day-by-day journal during his trip in the latest issue of Men’s Journal, now available on newsstands. Hirsch became involve with the international agency Oxfam after working on Into The Wild which his character donated his life-saving to the organization, so Hirsch joined the effort to raise awareness about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Congo, where Oxfam is providing water and sanitation to tens of thousands of displaced people still living in refugee camps.

Emile Hirsch is repped by Brian Swardstrom @ Endeavor, attorney Robert Offer @ Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern, publicist Mara Buxbaum @ I/D Public Relations and manager Sam Maydew @ The Collective.


Milk @ Charlie Rose

Sean Penn, Josh Brolin and director Gus Van Sant appear on one of my favorite interview show – Charlie Rose, enjoy the full interview below. I saw Milk and Emile Hirsch, Josh Brolin and Alison Pill deserve supporting Oscar nods for their performances. And try to spot director GvS and Dustin Lance Black’s cameos.

Gus Van Sant is repped by Gaby Morgerman and David Wirtschafter @ William Morris Agency and is a principal @ Meno Film Company at 1300 Northrup Avenue NW in Portland, Oregon 97209. Sean Penn is repped by Bryan Lourd and Mick Sullivan @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Josh Brolin is repped by Michael Cooper @ William Morris Agency.


Emile ‘Davenport’ Hirsch Humps Nylon

Speed Racer star Emile Hirsch graces the cover and pages of Nylon Guys to promote his role as activist Cleve Jones in director Gus Van Sant’s film – Milk.

On Director Peter Care’s The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys: I had no idea how to play the part. I didn’t understand the dialogue. I didn’t understand the character. But the casting director really believed in me. It’s funny because people now say, ‘That’s such a natural performance’, but in my mind that performance is the one most influenced by other actors.

On Picking Projects: I give a f—, but I don’t give that much of a f—. I’m still going to throw in some goofy s—. I don’t want to get too precious.

On Director Gus Van Sant’s Biofilm – Milk: I just had such a wonderful time. It’s such a great ensemble. Speed Racer was such a highly controlled performance environment that I found, honestly, a little frustrating at times just because it’s so hard when you’re on the green screen and it’s all about, ‘Bat this eyelash a little bit here.’ On Milk, it was just a free-for-all and we were all going nuts.

To read more on The Mudge Boy Emile Hirsch, visit NylonGuysMag. And Milk hits theaters on Wednesday, November 26.

Hirsch is repped by Shani Rosenzweig @ United Talent Agency (UTA).

Gus Van Sant’s Milk – Trailer

Enjoy director Gus Van Sant’s new trailer for his upcoming bio-film – Milk

Milk opens in theaters on Wednesday, November 26.

Update: World Premiere on 29th of October 2008 (San Francisco)

In select theaters on 26th of November 2008 (USA) and everywhere on 5th of December 2008 (USA)

Germany : 29 October 2008
Russia : 4 December 2008
Australia : 29 January 2009
España : 6 February 2009
Romania : 13 February 2009
Hungary : 19 February 2009

James Franco @ Gus Van Sant’s Milk – 1st Look

James Franco seems to be knocking it out of the park, he recently graduated with an English degree from UCLA and has two films coming out – Pineapple Express (Aug. 06) and director Gus Van Sant’s Milk (Nov. 26), a biopic about the first openly gay official.

Focus Features have release the first look of Franco’s character – Scott Smith – in Milk.

Focus Features

Here are excerpts from Franco’s interview in USA Today:

Director Judd Apatow on Franco’s dedication to his craft and as a person: a very smart, sweet person. He seems to have really evolved over the last 10 years into this really easygoing, approachable, warm man. When we did Freaks and Geeks, he was so hungry and obsessed with the work. It made him a little more of an intense guy. Now, he’s very happy in his life.

On his initimate scene with Sean Penn while shooting Milk: (First kiss lasted a) minute. It doesn’t sound like a long time, but in front of 200 people, it’s a long time, says Franco. We’re sitting on the curb, kissing. You can’t deny what’s going on. I’m kissing Spicoli and it’s still going and it’s not stopping and it was when he had a beard and the beard is scraping me. Afterwards, we were like, ‘All right, how are those Raiders?’

Franco is repped by Kami Putnam-Heist @ Endeavor, and manager Miles Levy @ James/Levy Management.

Wachowski Brothers’ Speed Racer – Movie

Speed Racer made over $20 million at Box Office over the weekend, and you can watch the first 8 minutes below –

Ali Dee & the Deekompressors – Go Speed Racer Go

A music video for Go Speed Racer Go performed by Ali Dee and the Deekompressors, with scenes from Speed Racer starring Emile Hirsch, Christina Ricci, Matthew Fox, Susan Sarandon and John Goodman.

Emile Hirsch Humps Flaunt

David LaChapelle shoots Emile Hirsch for Flaunt Issue 93’s cover story. Speed Racer Emile Hirsch and David LaChapelle trek to Hana, Hawaii for the cover shoot.

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Mr. Hirsch’s Speed Racer opens in theaters on Friday, May 9.

Speed Racer Emile Hirsch Humps EW

Andy and Larry Wachowski’s Speed Racer gets an exclusive coverage from Entertainment Weekly, and you can read the article on EW.

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