Casting underway for Hitchcock-style movie that's filming in Cleveland: How to audition for a role in 'Murdered Innocence'

CLEVELAND — Lights! Camera! Action!. Casting is currently underway for an independent movie that's being filmed in Cleveland. Lillian Pyles Casting is seeking paid actors for a variety of different roles in the film Murdered Innocence, which is described as “a gritty Hitchcockian indie thriller” whodunnit “with a twist at the end you won’t see coming.”
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Three Rivers, Michigan is basically Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ now

Apparently the bird drama in Three Rivers isn't over. Recently, it's been all about the Chicken Drama, but some new "fowl"-play has surfaced, as birds are attacking vehicles, and attempting to disrupt cell towers. A recent post on the Three Rivers, Michigan Area Information Facebook page was asking if someone...
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Director of Great Lakes’ ‘The 39 Steps’ enjoying coordinating the Hitchcock’s mayhem

A fast-paced, madcap whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theater is how the upcoming Great Lakes Theater production “The 39 Steps” is billed. For those folks who aren’t familiar with Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 spy thriller masterpiece, “The 39 Steps,” which appears April 29 through May 22 at Playhouse Square’s Hanna Theatre, the two-time Tony Award- and Drama Desk Award-winning production provides nonstop mystery and mayhem.

Hitchcock meets Python in ‘39 Steps’

NEW ULM– State Street Theater Company’s production of “39 Steps” is a play with 30 speaking characters with a cast of 10 — exactly how it was intended. The play is based on the spy film “39 Steps” by Alfred Hitchcock, but the play is a comedy closer in tone to Monty Python. The plot features a larger-than-life story that moves between England and Scottland, with dozens of scene changes. The comedy comes from the fact that the play features a minimal cast.

In Boca Raton museum’s fascinating display of massive movie backdrops, snap yourself in a classic Hitchcock thriller

When Alfred Hitchcock’s beguiling spy caper “North by Northwest” debuted in the summer of 1959, audiences and critics alike marveled at its risky scamper by stars Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint across the massive stone faces of Mount Rushmore. New York Times film critic A.H. Weiler called the film “the year’s most scenic, intriguing and merriest chase” through “some of the more photogenic ...
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WATCH: Sheboygan Falls restaurant raising money for Hitchcock family

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Ruben Houston III was released from the Fond du Lac County Jail on a $500 bail in May 2019. Days later, Houston shot and killed Appleton Firefighter Mitch Lundgaard. Updated: 2 hours ago. WATCH: #PurpleForOliver prominent inside Sheboygan Falls restaurant. Updated: 3 hours ago. WATCH:...
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WATCH: Hitchcock mother visibly upset in courtroom

Drug investigators are seizing record amounts of fentanyl. His fire service family and community doing all they can to support him and his young family. Action 2 News can see yellow police tape surrounding two homes.

Shawshank! Garland! Hitchcock! E.T.! The 23 Biggest Films and Stars Snubbed By the Academy

Ever since 1929, the Academy Awards have honored some of our greatest cinematic performances and films—but they don’t always get it right. Welcome to the “snub club.” It’s a group of epic films, iconic directors and big-screen superstars that were underappreciated, unheralded and sometimes completely ignored by the Academy. We’re talking movie titans such as Tom Cruise, Michelle Pfeiffer, Will Smith, Mia Farrow, Sigourney Weaver and Samuel L. Jackson, who don’t have a single win among them (though Best Actor nominee Smith may finally get one this year for King Richard), and forgotten films that have defeated iconic masterpieces for Best Picture—like It’s A Wonderful Life, which lost in 1947 to The Best Years of Our Lives—or fan favorites that got no awards at all (The Shawshank Redemption, we’re looking at you).