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Friday Night Lights Movie Screencaps
Posted by Becca on March 02, 2015 • Filed under: Friday Night Lights, GalleryLeave a message? / No Comments


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[2004] Friday Night Lights: Screencaps: Movie


Nashville – 3.15 – That’s the Way Love Goes Stills
Posted by Becca on February 28, 2015 • Filed under: Gallery, NashvilleLeave a message? / No Comments


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3.15 – That’s the Way Love Goes


Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Gets Summer Release Date!
Posted by Becca on February 28, 2015 • Filed under: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, NewsLeave a message? / No Comments

Fox Searchlight will release “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” on July 1 in the U.S. in a limited release.

The drama, directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, won the grand jury prize and audience award for best U.S. dramatic feature at the Sundance Film Festival last month.

Thomas Mann stars as a high school senior who’s secretly making bizarre films with his only friend, Earl, when he’s forced by his mother to befriend a classmate with leukemia. RJ Cyler, Olivia Cooke, Nick Offerman, Connie Britton and Molly Shannon co-star.

Indian Paintbrush is the production company; producers are Jeremy Dawson and Dan Fogelman. Jesse Andrews adapted the script from his book.

In the deal struck during Sundance, Fox Searchlight agreed to pay a portion of the production costs upfront. The deal also involves profit-sharing with Indian Paintbrush, with a pricetag estimated at roughly $6 million.

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Friday Night Lights: 2.05 -2.08 HD Screencaps
Posted by Becca on February 24, 2015 • Filed under: Friday Night Lights, GalleryLeave a message? / No Comments


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Friday Night Lights: 2.05 – Let’s Get It On
Friday Night Lights: 2.06 – How Did I Get Here
Friday Night Lights: 2.07 – Pantherama!
Friday Night Lights: 2.08 – Seeing Other People


Connie Covers Spring Issue of Austin Way
Posted by Becca on February 20, 2015 • Filed under: Articles/Interviews, Gallery, MediaLeave a message? / No Comments

While living in Austin for five years as she filmed NBC’s Friday Night Lights, Connie Britton created one of the most memorable and beloved television characters in recent memory. Her performance as Tami Taylor—a grounded, small-town Texas woman of integrity, warmth, and humor—resonated with female viewers hungry for relatable characters on the small screen.

In ABC’s Nashville, Britton plays yet another strong protagonist, country music star Rayna Jaymes. Britton, who received Lead Actress Emmy nominations for her roles on those two shows as well as in American Horror Story, will star in two movies set to be released this year: Me & Earl & The Dying Girl and American Ultra. Although she now lives in Nashville with her son, Yoby, Britton often returns to Austin to soak up the music scene. Here, she talks to Austin Way about why this city means so much to her and why she comes to South by Southwest, even as her local friends flee the crowds.

You lived in Austin for five years while shooting Friday Night Lights. What do you miss most about the city?
CONNIE BRITTON: Everything. I love Austin. I’m a huge Austin fan. I love that there’s music everywhere, and it’s so laid-back, nonchalant, and creative. It’s a great community. It feels very inclusive. The food is great…. I could go on. [Laughs] I get back here whenever I can—[especially] for music festivals.

People love to compare/contrast Nashville and Austin because of their music scenes. Now that you’ve lived in both, what’s your opinion?
CB: It’s funny, because when I first came to Nashville, people told me, “Oh, it’s just like Austin,” and I thought it would be. But I feel the two towns are very different. Certainly, in terms of the friendliness of the people, they are comparable; the people in Nashville have been as incredibly friendly and welcoming as people were to us in Austin. But I do feel that Nashville is really much more spread out. Nashville is where the music business lives. In Austin, it feels less [about the music business] and more as though people are just playing live, writing songs, and making music. It feels much more immediate because it’s a lot more about the live music.

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Magazines: 2015: Austin Way (Spring)
Photoshoots: 2015: Session 009
Photoshoots: Behind the Scenes: [2015]Austin Way Magazine



This Is Where I Leave You: Blu-ray Screencaps
Posted by Becca on February 19, 2015 • Filed under: Gallery, This is Where I Leave YouLeave a message? / No Comments


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[2014] This is Where I Leave You: Screencaps: Movie


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