Monday, March 7, 2011

“Zombie movie to be filmed in Indiana - Star-Press” plus 1 more

“Zombie movie to be filmed in Indiana - Star-Press” plus 1 more


Zombie movie to be filmed in Indiana - Star-Press

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KOKOMO, Ind. — Kokomo will be overrun by zombies next month as an independent film begins filming in the north central Indiana city.

The zombie movie "Countyline" will feature 2003 Rochester High School graduate Markus Johnson as one of a group of teenagers trying to escape the spread of a virus.

Filming will begin in April, and most of it will take place in Kokomo. The production crew has already hired more than 400 area residents as zombie extras.

The Rochester Sentinel reports the movie is scheduled to debut in October at local venues and several screening locations across the Midwest and East Coast.

Johnson says casting for the movie is finished but if people are interested in getting involved they can visit the film's website at countylinethemovie.com.

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Abbie Cornish Learns Spanish For Challenging Movie 'The Girl' - Post Chronicle

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Aussie actress Abbie Cornish is learning Spanish for her new movie The Girl - because more than 70 per cent of her dialogue in the immigration drama is in a foreign language.

The Stop-Loss star plays a 25-year-old Texan who smuggles Mexicans into America to earn extra cash - and she thought it would be better if she took the trouble to learn Spanish for the film, rather than speak it phonetically.

She tells Wenn, "It's quite a challenging film as I've had to learn to speak Spanish and I don't know how to speak it at all. It's an incredible feat because I've only got a couple of months to prepare.

"I just think it will be authentic if I could learn as much as I can before I get there because then at least I understand what I'm saying. I go to Mexico soon to spend time with the young girl (co-star) Maritza, who doesn't speak a word of English and is a non-actor and a native. It's pretty awesome.

"I'm actually really excited and I love places because I love to travel and I've never been to Mexico. I love that energy where the culture and the life is so vibrant." (c) WENN

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