So, back in 2010 Deborah did a movie with Josh Lucas and Terrence Howard, directed by Predrag Antonijevi?, called “Little Murder”. The film premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 8, 2011. Deborah is Molly, a bartender from a New Orleans bar that see herself involved in some mysterious murder case.
A moody, atmospheric detective thriller with a supernatural twist, Little Murder is set in post-Katrina New Orleans, as a disgraced cop is assigned to routine surveillance on a potential suspect in a recent string of bizarre murders terrorizing the city. Detective Ben Chaney (Josh Lucas) has been in dire straights ever since a drug bust he’d been working on went way wrong, culminating in the killing of an innocent young man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Barely tolerated by his fellow officers after the incident, Chaney carries out his make-work assignment from a house across the street, a spot where another killing recently took place.
I was waiting for this movie to come out and only had access to it’s trailer a while ago, but I’ve told the movie is out on DVD and you can buy it through Amazon. It’s not released on US, only in Germany, but you’ll have a DVD and Blu-Ray Reg 2. No word yet when or if the movie will be out in US, so, go ahead and get your copy!
You can find now screen captures of the movie in our gallery.
As you can see, we have a new look here at “I Heart Deborah”. Since this beautiful session was released by Self Magazine back in July I was planning to revamp our site using them, but just now I found time for it. I hope you enjoy it!
The whole site is being updated, all pages are being revamped and it should be done by the end of this week. Please, let me know if you find anything weird/out of place, and don’t forget to follow our Twitter account!
The longtime boyfriend of Deborah Ann Woll, E.J.Scott was diagnosed nearly 10 years ago with a degenerative eye disease called choroideremia, which gradually attacked his peripheral vision and rendered him legally blind.
So, Scott—a career comedian who spent a number of years in Chicago studying his craft—is running 12 marathons this year to raise funds for the Choroideremia Research Foundation. The catch? He’s running each race blindfolded. In October Scott returns to Chicago for his 10th marathon this year.
So here’s the screen captures of last “True Blood” episode. DAW didn’t had so many screen time as the past episodes, but she’s alive (sort of), so I won’t complain.
So, IMDB has a new trailer for DAW upcoming movie “Someday this pain will be useful to you”. You can click the image below to be directed to their page:
“Someday…” will be released in selected theaters and On Demand next October 05.
So here’s the last Baby Vamp vlog of the year: Jess stuck in the Authority prison, with some fancy comments of her cell neighbor Pam:
So, the season ended last night beautifully, with one of the best episodes of the show (IMO, of course). And I’m happy because Jessica made it, I was afraid they could kill her and I’m just partying they didn’t. So, if you watched it already, here’s a bonus scene – which shows what happens after Jessica and the gang last scene:
So, “La Cachette” is a short movie Deb did back in 2009 with Eric Nenninger. You can watch the movie here at Spirit Clips and also you can watch a behind-the-scenes footage released a while ago in our video archive.
This week the official TV Guide YouTube Channel has posted a video with True Blood cast back in the 2012 Comic-Con. It’s pretty fun, check it:
Of course, captures has been added to the gallery.