Genre: TV Serie (Comedy | Drama) Role: Steve / Jimmy / ... Season: 5 Airs: Mondays on Showtime Photos | IMDB | Official Site
Genre: TV Serie (Action | Drama) Role: Jason Kellerman Season: 3 Airs: April 18 on BBC America Photos | IMDB | Official Site
BANG BANG BABY
Genre: Movie (Drama | Musical | Sci-Fi) Role: Bobby Shore Release: September 08, 2014 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
Genre: Movie (Drama | Romance) Role: Drew Status: Post-Production Release: ? 2015 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
NO STRANGER THAN LOVE
Genre: Movie (Comedy | Romance) Role: Rydell Whyte Status: Post-Production Release: ? 2015 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
Genre: Movie (Thriller) Role: Jason Status: Post-Production Release: ? 2015 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
THE GREENS ARE GONE
Genre: Movie (Drama) Role: Tomas Status: Post-Production Release: ? 2015 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
Genre: Movie Role: Kent Status: Pre-Production Release: ? 2015 Photos | IMDB | Official Site
who is Justin Chatwin?
Justin Chatwin (born October 31, 1982) is a Canadian film and television actor. His film roles include War of the Worlds, The Invisible, The Chumscrubber, SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2, Taking Lives, Dragonball: Evolution, and the Canadian film Funkytown.
Chatwin has also been in several television shows, including Taken, Lost, Weeds or Shameless.
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In Dragonball: Evolution, Justin Chatwin becomes the live action incarnate of the anime character Goku. As protector of the dragonballs, Goku uses martial arts to fight off bad guys. Chatwin trained and learned the moves and choreography. All that really mattered was getting the hair right.
“That was one of the first questions that I asked,” Chatwin said. “What are we going to do with the hair? All these animes have crazy hair and I was like, am I going to be wearing a wig. Oh my God, this is going to be wacky. This is going to either be really interesting because it’s the first anime film or this is going to be the last film I ever do, like orange Ninja suit and two-foot hair.”
The film shows the beginning of Goku’s quest to find and protect the dragonballs. His hair evolves to the point that fans will recognize him as the anime character. “I think my hair has an arc of its own in this movie because I was such a freak every day. I’d say okay, this is the high school look. Okay, this is the post-Goku look. This is the journey look. I kept on changing it because I honestly don’t know if I ever got to a place where I was like this is Goku from the Manga. I felt a big responsibility to the Manga and to the fans and just to everything that had been done so the hair I guess was a challenge for me.”
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‘Donnie Darko’ sequel
“One Tree Hill” star James Lafferty will play a role in the upcoming film, “S. DARKO,” a continuation of the Donnie Darko story, his publicist announced Monday. The Silver Nitrate/Newmarket film is in pre-production and will film in Los Angeles, according to the Internet Movie Database.
linked with the film are Justin Chatwin (“War of the Worlds”), Ed Westwick (“Gossip Girl”), Elizabeth Berkley (“Showgirls”), Briana Evigan (“Step Up 2: the Streets”) and Daveigh Chase (“Big Love”). Chase plays Donnie’s younger sister, Samantha, plagued by visions on a cross-country road trip.
Information about Lafferty’s role was not released. The actor will begin filming the sixth season of “One Tree Hill” in Wilmington this month.
“Donnie Darko” starred Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal and earned a cult status among sci-fi fans after its 2001 release. It, too, had a connection to the Port City, with Wilmington’s Beth Grant (“No Country for Old Men”) playing a supporting role.
The first reviews of The Mistakes That Madeline Made have made their way to my mail box, both favorable!
Justin Chatwin… gives a distinctive performance as Wilson, a co-worker whose oddness approaches the creepy as he makes Tourette's-like mechanical noises. Chatwin manages the balance well, never becoming too darling or too pathetic. – Rocky Mountain News
The Rocky Mountain News has posted a new article on the Mistakes That Madeline Made. You can read it here. Madeline starts tomorrow with tickets at $25-33. If you live in or around the Boulder, CO, area make every e