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- Laura Vandervoort se une al reboot de la clásica película de horror de David Cronenberg "Rabid":
La estrella de "Smallville" y "Jigsaw" Laura Vandervoort se ha unido al reboot de la película de horror clásica de David Cronenberg "Rabid".

Vandervoort interpretará a 'Rose', una joven quien, tras un accidente se queda llena de cicatrices más allá de poderla reconocer, y se somete a un tratamiento de células madre aún sin probar. Aunque convierte a Rose en la bella del baile, la transformación experimental vien con un precio.

La película está supervisada por Shout! Studios, quienes adquirieron los derechos en U.S para el reboot, y está siendo dirigida por las cineastas de Dead Hooker in a Trunk, Jen y Sylvia Soska.

Está siendo producida por Back 40 Pictureen conjunción con Telefilm Canada y Ontario Media Development Corp, con Michael Walker, Paul Lalonde y John Vidette como productores. Está siendo financiada por la basada en Londres Media Finance Capital, con los fundadores David Gilbery y Charles Dorfman como productores ejecutivos. El agente de ventas es Film Mode Entertainment, dirigida por Clay Epstein, que ya la ha vendido internacionalmente a 101 Films en UK.

“Estanos encantados con el trabajar con Laura Vandervoort en Rabid, quien es perfecta para el papel de Rose. Es una actriz increíblemente versátil que es rápida al hacerse con personajes de todos los géneros, y efectivamente afronta cada papel que interpreta,” dice Walker.




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- Laura Vandervoort se une al elenco del nuevo drama de vampiros de Netflix "V-Wars":
Laura Vandervoort (Supergirl), Kyle Breitkopf (The Whispers) y Kimberly-Sue Murray (Crimson Peak) se han incorporado al elenco del próximo drama de vampiros de Netflix "V-Wars" junto a Ian Somerhalder, Adrian Holmes, Jacky Lai y Peter Outerbridge.

El libro, publicado en el 2012 por IDW Publishing, debutó como una colección de historias en prosa que hacían una crónica de la primera Guerra de Vampiros. En la serie, Somerhalder será el Dr. Luther Swann, quien entra en un mundo de horror incalculable cuando una misteriosa enfermedad transforma a su mejor amigo, Michael Fayne (Holmes), en un asesino predador que se alimenta de otros humanos. A medida que la enfermedad se extiende y más gente es transformada, la sociedad se fractura en campos opuestos incendiando a la gente normal contra el creciente número de estos “vampiros.” Swann corre contra el tiempo para entender qué es lo que está pasando, mientras que Fayne se alza para convertirse en el más poderoso líder del inframundo de los vampiros.

Vandervoort interpretará a 'Mila', Breitkopf es 'Dez' y Murray interpretará a 'Danika'.

Brad Turner (Human Cargo, 24, Stargate and Stargate Atlantis) dirigirá el piloto y será productor ejecutivo. William Laurin y Glenn Davis serán los showrunners. Eric Birnberg y Thomas Walden serán productores ejecutivos para High Park, con David Ozer y Ted Adams para IDW Entertainment y James Gibb para Marada Pictures. V-Wars está producida por High Park en asociación con IDW.

La serie llegará a Netflix en el 2019.



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- Q&A with Palmier Girl London, Laura Vandervoort:

https://palmier.co.uk/blogs/news/q-a-wi ... andervoort


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- Laura Vandervoort On Her New Netflix Vampire Thriller ‘V Wars’ (etcanada):

https://etcanada.com/news/552867/laura- ... er-v-wars/


- Laura Vandervoort on V Wars, Smallville memories (tvsneak):

http://tvsneak.com/laura-vandervoort-on ... -memories/


- Laura Vandervoort interview with NYOTA Magazine:

https://m.facebook.com/notes/nyota-maga ... 670618178/


- V Wars Actress Laura Vandervoort says ‘Fake It ‘Til You Make It’ (nycastings):

https://www.nycastings.com/v-wars-actre ... u-make-it/


- 'V-Wars' Star Laura Vandervoort Details Her Hopes for Season 2 of Netflix Series (popculture):

https://popculture.com/tv-shows/2020/01 ... ix-series/


- V Wars star Laura Vandervoort discusses Mila twists and Danika's fate in season finale (digitalspy):

https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a306 ... a-netflix/


- Exclusive Interview: Pop-Culturalist Chats with V-Wars’ Laura Vandervoort (pop-culturalist):

http://pop-culturalist.com/exclusive-in ... ndervoort/


- Laura Vandervoort: Career Advice from an Actress/Producer (sailfinproductions):

https://www.sailfinproductions.com/laura-vandervoort/


- Milena Govich, Laura Vandervoort talk Unspeakable (solzyatthemovies):

http://www.solzyatthemovies.com/2020/04 ... speakable/


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- Laura Vandervoort & Amybeth McNulty Protagonistas del thriller independiente "Maternal":
Amybeth McNulty ("Anne with an E"), Laura Vandervoort ("Smallville", "Jigsaw", "Supergirl"), Kris Holden-Ried ("Underworld Awakening", "Vikings"), y Colm Feore ("House of Cards", "The Umbrella Academy") serán los protagonistas de "Maternal", un thriller de suspense que será dirigido por Megan Follows.

Con el inicio de su producción prevista para mediados de año, el proyecto independiente sigue el terrorífico viaje de nuestra protagonista 'Charley' (McNulty) quien, tras una experiencia cercana a la muerte, es atormentada por su relación con su madre fallecida.

Chris John escribe el guión. Los productores son Ideal Entertainment en asociación con RedHill Entertainment junto a Dean Armstrong de 16/11 Films. La película será distribuída en Canada el Día de la Madre del 2020. La fecha de lanzamiento en cines en EEUU será anunciado más adelante.

McNulty será vista próximamente en la tercera y última temporada de "Anne with an E", que se estrena el 03 de Enero en Netflix. Vandervoort puede ser vista actualmente junto a Ian Somerhalder en la recién estrenada serie de Netflix, "V Wars", y también en la película de terror "Rabid".


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- Laura Vandervoort: Career Advice from an Actress/Producer (Sailfin Sessions):

https://www.sailfinproductions.com/laura-vandervoort/


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- Laura Vandervoort y Olesya Rulin protagonizan el próximo thriller “Black Bags”:

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“Black Bags”, el nuevo thriller de los escritores Adam Patcher y Angela Bourassa, ha sido adquirido por 'Spitfire Cinema'. La película comienza su fotografía principal en Guthrie, Oklahoma, el 10 de mayo del 2021, y está protagonizada por Laura Vandervoort y Olesya Rulin como dos mujeres que se encuentran aparentemente al azar en un autobús de Greyhound e intercambian maletas accidentalmente, lo que tiene graves consecuencias.

Vandervoort ha protagonizado "Bitten" para la cadena SyFy, además de interpretar a 'Supergirl' en la serie "Smallville" de la CW, a Anna en "Jigsaw" de la franquicia "Saw" y, más recientemente, ha escrito, producido y dirigido su primera película, "My Soul to Take".

Rulin es más conocida por su interpretación de 'Kelsi Nielsen' en la franquicia "High School Musical", de 'Calista Secor' en la serie de televisión de Marvel "Powers", y por su papel actual en "NCIS: L.A".

"Black Bags" será dirigida por Joshua Brandon, conocido por su trabajo como escritor en la serie de SyFy Network "Haven", así como por "Houdini & Doyle" en FOX. Su película recientemente terminada, el misterio psicológico "A Thousand Little Cuts", está protagonizada por Marina Sirtis, Rebecca Liddiard y Colin Ferguson.

"Estoy emocionado por estar haciendo otra película en Oklahoma y de trabajar con Laura y Olesya”, dice Brandon. "He sido fan de ambas actrices y será un privilegio colaborar con ellas para dar vida al increíble guión de Adam Pachter y Angela Bourassa".

"Me encanta que la película esté protagonizada por dos mujeres que no se pelean por un hombre", compartió Rulin. "Me atrajo de inmediato Black Bags porque retrata a las mujeres en su forma más auténtica: compleja, de múltiples capas y desordenada".

"No puedo esperar para diseccionar e interpretar a una mujer tan imperfecta y rota, pero decidida", agregó Vandervoort. "Además de un guión y una historia increíbles, me encantan las complejidades (y, sin embargo, las similitudes) de los personajes mientras tratan con sus secretos individuales que salen a la luz en un contexto tan intenso".

Los productores de la película incluyen a Peter Foldy, B.L. Fleischer, Joshua Brandon y Ronnie Wiskup. Adam Ropp coproducirá, con Ricki Maslar, CSA a cargo del cásting. El director de fotografía ganador de un Emmy, Timothy Riese, ha firmado como director de fotografía.

"Black Bags" cuenta con el apoyo del incentivo de reembolso por mejora de películas de Oklahoma.



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- SuperCon!: Tom Welling & Laura Vandervoort, Smallville’s Superman & Supergirl, Herald Return of Dragon Con (insiteatlanta):

SuperCon!: Tom Welling & Laura Vandervoort, Smallville’s Superman & Supergirl, Herald Return of Dragon Con
By Lee Valentine Smith


Bounding back after the Covid-induced hiatus, Dragon Con remains one of the world’s largest popular culture conventions. The five-day convergence of sci-fi, fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film is an annual pilgrimage for thousands of fanatics every year.

The 2021 edition promises another dizzying array of thrills and one of the event’s many beloved attractions is a myriad of celebrity invitees. Each year, attendees have the rare opportunity to meet and greet - and often take pictures with - a wide swath of special guests.

Two intriguing visitors this time around are actor-director-producers Tom Welling and Laura Vandervoort, perhaps best-known for their heroic tuns as Clark Kent and Kara Zor-El, the nascent supernatural cousins from the popular Smallville television series. Both have extensive resumes, with Welling’s fan-favorite roles in Lucifer and the 2005 remake of “The Fog.” Vandervoort is also known for a variety of enigmatic appearances, including the cult-fave series Bitten and the 2019 reimagining of “Rabid.”

INsite recently caught up with Welling by phone from his home in Northern California and Vandervoort via email to discuss their iconic roles and other tales from the ‘Con side.


How are you handling the pandemic? Both personally, and professionally.


Tom Welling: I think the uncertainty was the worst part, especially at the beginning. Fortunately, we were able to escape to a ranch that we have and pretty much take every precaution we could take. It’s been pretty isolated - just me, my wife and my son. Seven weeks ago, we had another boy, so now we have two boys. We were very fortunate to have an environment where we could feel safe and isolated, and the silver lining has been spending so much time with the family. One of the things about everything shutting down for a year in the film business, now it’s coming back so hard. I’m going to be really busy soon.


Laura Vandervoort: I think, like most, the beginning of the pandemic was rather jarring. It definitely had its moments of frustration. Personally, it allowed me to slow down and focus on what truly mattered in my life. The people I spent my time with and the experiences became more precious. Professionally, I felt creatively stagnant for the first few months but I found painting to be a creative outlet. I’ve felt more driven to create my own material. Mid-pandemic, I wrote my first film which I then had my directorial debut on. The film, “My Soul To Take” (@mysoultotakefilm) looks sensational with some incredible actors, including Colm Feore, Jenny Raven and Rainbow Sun Francks. The upheaval of life with Covid looming made me more creative and daring, more willing to try new things.


As veterans of similar happenings, tell us about the convention experience. What’s it like from your POV, the guest side of the celebrity table?


Laura: My convention experience has always been a positive one - both behind and in front of the table. Meeting fans from around the world and having an opportunity to trade stories and experiences has always been incredible. As time goes on, it has been pretty remarkable to see familiar faces coming back year after year. One of the craziest moments for me was at my very first convention. After they’d announced me as ‘Supergirl,’ a fan rolled up their pant leg and had my face tattooed on his leg. It had only been a month since the announcement. He hadn’t even seen my work as Kara so I felt an immense sense of pressure to make sure he wouldn’t regret that tattoo! I’ve had a few marriage proposals as well, which can be slightly awkward to respond to, but the sentiment and the support of our fans has always blown me away.


Tom: To see the joy in people’s faces keeps me happy during the Cons. We thrive on that energy. When we were shooting Smallville, which is probably my biggest draw at these events, we were so busy that I never did the conventions. I never had the time or the interest and I didn’t really understand them. So I never got to enjoy that part. A lot of times what happens when you’re on a television show is you do interviews or photoshoots and those sorts of things. But those are not the same interactions. When you go to these events you’re meeting fans. You spend all day meeting thousands of people who are just so happy. It’s a very surreal, enjoyable moment.


The fans obviously love those superhuman Smallville characters. In retrospect, how do you personally view those iconic roles?


Laura: Portraying an iconic female superhero was an insane journey, a privilege and a huge opportunity to be a role model for women. Smallville was a hit series and I couldn’t believe I was going to be a part of that story. The fans welcomed me without hesitation and have stuck with me years to follow. I am eternally grateful for the opportunities I had not only on Smallville but the opportunities that arose from it.


Tom: I don’t think I had the opportunity or the wherewithal or the wisdom at the time to fully appreciate what we were doing. Families could watch it together and I think it gave them a sense of heart and wholeness that really wasn’t around much back then. When we started Smallville, the visual effects that we were doing, nobody else could do literally until that year, because they’d been too expensive. You could only do them in movies at that point. It was special because it was Clark Kent before Superman. And then, the end of the show with him leaping to be Superman, the whole idea of that ending was that he’s going to go - but we can’t go with him. It was well-written, directed and photographed, so it was a lot of good things coming together. That’s why we lasted 10 years. The only reason we stopped is because the guy had to become Superman. We couldn’t keep this guy down anymore. He had to fly.


You’re both best-known for acting but you’ve also directed projects. At this point, is one more challenging and/or satisfying than the other?


Tom: I’ve been very fortunate, especially on Smallville, I was around a crew and a cast that I was familiar with. We had a special language of communication. There’s a joke that everybody wants to be three things. They want to be a rockstar, they want to be a famous actor or they want to be president of the United States. And the second two really only want to be the first thing, which is a rockstar. The thing about directing for me is when you’re acting, you’re never allowed to feel satisfied. You may have a good take or a bad take or whatever it is, but a lot of times it’s the director who decides whether or not they have captured what they wanted. When you’re a director, you’re able to have that satisfaction of ‘Ok, we got it, we’re moving on.’ That was something I really enjoyed. When you’re acting, you might feel like you did a good job, but they may not even use that take.


Laura: I had always been curious about the ‘other side’ of the camera. Directing my first project (“My Soul To Take”) was an entirely eye-opening experience. I felt like a fish out of water and loved the challenge. It was (and still is) a huge amount of knowledge to grasp. From beginning to end, I wanted to be totally involved in the process. My producing partner, Jessica Petelle was always there to help guide and teach me. But acting and directing both obviously have their own challenges and joys. I think the only difference was, directing, writing and producing this project allowed me more control of the message and story. It allowed be to fully create what was visually in my mind. As an actor, you are only a part of the story. You are a pawn, often with little control.


Are there any future projects you’d like to mention?


Tom: Well, [fellow Smallville alum] Michael Rosenbaum and I are working on two different things. One is an animated series that’s basically where Smallville left off. He’s also written a very hilarious script about a couple of guys who used to be on a TV show and now they’re not, and how they navigate in the world. Then there are a couple other things coming, too. I’ve never had more on my plate in my life. But right now, I’m still soaking up all this time with my family because we’re going to have to learn to adjust and adapt in this new world.


Laura: I recently wrapped a feature called ‘Black Bags’ in Oklahoma. It’s an indie thriller with two great female leads. My character was complex and a real joy to navigate. In addition to ‘Black Bags’ I am heading to Vancouver in August to begin a new film. My production company has a few projects in development which I am working on in my ‘off time.’ I am also currently working alongside an all-female comic book team to bring the story of Reburn to life and to your comic book shelves.


Your combined canon of work is impressive, but what’s next? Are there any specific “bucket list” items still on your itinerary?


Laura: I just want to do everything!


Tom: I agree. It’s so much fun being creative and telling interesting stories. I’m a huge fan of the history of film. I’m a huge fan of television. I love it all. Really, I think the sky is the limit - no pun intended.



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