Categories Films To the Stars

Lucas cast in ‘To the Stars’

According to Variety, Lucas has been cast in another new project, an indie film called ‘To the Stars’.

Producers announced Wednesday that production has wrapped in Oklahoma for “To The Stars,” with “Land Ho!” director Martha Stephens helming from a script by Shannon Bradley-Colleary. The story, set in the 1960s, centers on the powerful friendship forged between a shy farmer’s daughter (played by Hayward) and Liberato’s reckless new girl.

Lucas Zumann (“20th Century Women”), Jordana Spiro (“Ozark”), and Adelaide Clemens (“Rectify”) round out the cast.

Categories Anne Anne With An E TV Video

‘Anne With an E’ release date and trailer

According to EW, ‘Anne With an E’ will be released on Netflix on July 6. So just a month to wait! You can also see the trailer below, featuring lots of Lucas’ character Gilbert Blythe.

Netflix unveiled the trailer and announced the release date for the second season of Anne with an E on Friday. The adaptation of L.M. Montgomery’s 1908 classic Anne of Green Gables will continue on July 6, when the entire 10-episode second season will hit the streaming service.

Categories Dr. Bird's Advice Films Gallery update Set

Lucas has been cast in ‘Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets’

Lucas has been cast as the protagonist James in an adaptation of the YA novel ‘Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets’. The movie is about 16 year old James Whit-man who seeks help from dr. Bird, an imaginary pigeon therapist. You can read more about the book here. Filming is currently underway in Atlanta and you can see first images from the set in the gallery.

Categories Every Day Films

Some ‘Every Day’ reviews

‘Every Day’ came out last Friday and there are many reviews up. Sadly, most of them are lukewarm to negative, but there are some that praise the acting, even if they find the story lacking. Here are some excerpts from a few of them.

Either way, Rice and the various actors who play A give their roles an authenticity and intelligence that rate above the genre standard.


But the best and most impressive aspect of “Every Day” is that a dozen or more actors are playing the exact same character, and you never question it once. A whole lot of performers are asked to do a whole lot with, for the most part, very little screen time, and it’s a testament to the actors, the director, the screenwriter and most certainly casting director Rori Bergman (“The Americans”) that this works at all, let alone like gangbusters.

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