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'Confess, Fletch' on Showtime: Lorenza Izzo and Annie Mumolo Talk 'Harmonious' Whodunit Cast, Working Opposite 'Hilarious' Marcia Gay Harden (Exclusive)

Confess, Fletch recently premiered on Showtime, giving subscribers a chance to check out this hilarious whodunit with a wonderfully "harmonious" cast, so says to its stars. Ahead of the premiere, sat down with Lorenza Izzo and Annie Mumolo, who play Angela "Andy" de Grassi — Fletch's girlfriend — and Eve, Fletch's neighbor. During our conversation, the pair praised their castmates, including Jon Hamm (Fletch) and Marcia Gay Harden, who plays Andy's stepmother, The Countess.
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New Clip From 'The Aviary' Shows Lorenza Izzo Following a Figure Into the Darkness

The horror genre is having another great year so far in 2022. Besides some returning classic franchises like Scream, films like X and Shudder’s The Cellar have been effectively scaring audiences for the last few months. One of the upcoming films that looks to continue that horrifying trend is the thriller The Aviary. The cult-centric terror written/directed by Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite releases in theaters, on VOD, and on Digital later this month on April 29. The film dropped its first trailer last month, and now we have our first clip titled “He’s Here” that further teases the psychological terrors that await horror fans.
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Trailer Watch: Malin Akerman and Lorenza Izzo Escape a Cult in “The Aviary”

“I just feel like he’s here with us. That was Seth’s power — he got us lost in our own minds,” says Malin Akerman in a new trailer for “The Aviary.” The thriller sees the “Billions” alumna playing Jillian, a woman fleeing a dangerous cult alongside a fellow member, Blair (Lorenza Izzo, “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels”). To reach the nearest town, the pair will need to spend two days traversing the harsh, isolated New Mexican desert.

‘Women Is Losers’ Star Lorenza Izzo Signs With M88

EXCLUSIVE: Actress and producer Lorenza Izzo (Hacks, Women Is Losers) has signed with M88 and its sister company Uncmmn for representation. The Chilean performer will next be seen in Greg Mottola’s Miramax comedy, Confess, Fletch, opposite Jon Hamm. She can currently be seen in HBO Max’s Emmy-winning comedy series Hacks, and in Lissette Feliciano’s award-winning film Women Is Losers, which was released by HBO Max after premiering in competition at SXSW. Izzo also produced the latter title, in which she stars opposite Shang-Chi‘s Simu Liu. The actress has previously appeared on the film side in Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar winner Once Upon a...

Lorenza Izzo Paves Her Own Path

In the opening scene of Women Is Losers, a couple fights in the streets of San Francisco. When they’re done arguing, they turn to address the camera directly. A white woman nearby leans out of a window and, also facing viewers, asks how many movies they’ve seen set in the ’60s and ’70s that aren’t just about women who look like her. The film then pivots to follow the story of one-half of the bickering couple: a young Latina woman named Celina, played by the Chilean actress Lorenza Izzo.

Lorenza Izzo Battles 1960s Attitudes In Women Is Losers Trailer

Look At The Moon Pictures releases a new trailer for Lisette Feliciano’s new drama film, Women Is Losers, starring Lorenza Izzo and Simu Liu. An official trailer has been released for Lissette Feliciano’s upcoming drama film, Women Is Losers. The feature marks Feliciano’s directorial debut and has bagged a breakout cast, boasting the likes of Green Inferno’s Lorenza Izzo and Shang-Chi’s Simu Liu. Premiering at the South by Southwest festival in March, the film is currently awaiting its release to HBO Max on October 18.

‘Women Is Losers’ Trailer: Lorenza Izzo And Simu Liu Star In Lissette Feliciano’s SXSW Hit

Debuting earlier this year at SXSW, Lissette Feliciano’s Women is Losers beat to the punch In the Heights when it comes to inspiring stories set within the Latinx culture. The film stars Lorenza Izzo (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) as a young Catholic woman in 1960s San Francisco who has always done the right thing in hopes of making her dreams come true. But when she makes just one mistake, it has consequences that threaten everything she’s worked for.