A Million Ways to Die in the West will hit theaters on May 30.
UPDATE 6/30/14: Reports say that headbutting between outgoing Fox Entertainment Chair, Kevin Reilly and current Fox COO, Peter Rice may have lent to the current CANCELLATION of Reilly project, “Hieroglyph”. The New Mexico made pilot series is now officially axed with production receiving the following message: “Series cancelled. Office shut down.”
UPDATE 6/12/14: Filming of approx. 11 episodes is scheduled to begin, in New Mexico this August!
The New Mexico Production, Hieroglyph, will air on FOX in 2015.
Susana Martinez may outsource New Mexico jobs in education, mental health, web design, production, tourism and much more, but the organization for a “Better New Mexico” produced this election season spot with local talent & local outrage.
This Seth MacFarlane masterpiece hits theaters on May 30, 2014
“This movie is the best movie I’ve seen in a long time! Coming from a military family and my husband being a Marine, this movie brought me to tears many times. Mark Wahlberg and the actual survivor who helped direct the film [have] done an amazing job, I can’t imagine how painful it had to be for him to relive this event and the loss of his brothers.” – Jenn B
Congratulations to the New Mexico Film, Lone Survivor for winning the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Action Film and to #NMFilmer Mark Wahlberg, star and producer of the film, for his Best Action Movie Actor win tonight.
Fellow New Mexico Filmer Forest Whitaker accepted the Critics’ Choice Joel Siegel Award honoring stars who use their success and spotlight for the betterment of their fellow man.
Video of the Day: Breaking Bad Wrap Party Edition
From the AMC/Sony Breaking Bad Wrap Party in Albuquerque, New Mexico in March 2013.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul literally took to the street to give some “Hollywood” tourists all the way from Ireland the thrill of a lifetime when he popped out to say hello to them in real life!
In the totally awesome visit Paul explains that his family is all out in CA for the Breaking Bad series finale screening! TOO COOL!
Privileged to have visited the Moriarty area shoot of this super cool New Mexico film! Lots of talented locals hold their own with these Hollywood heavyweights!
Who knew Albuquerque had a Wall of Fame?
Well we do and courtesy of KOB Eyewitness News 4 here is your first inductee:
Long ago he was a science teacher on public television and a weatherman at KOB Eyewitness News 4. Now Dr. George Fischbeck is the first person honored with a plaque on Albuquerque’s brand new Wall of Fame.
“Hello my friends,” said the 90-year-old Fischbeck as he strolled straight up to a pack of TV news cameras at the Alvarado Transportation Center downtown. “Thumbs up! My friends, how are you? Everyone’s my friend!”
Dr. George still loves to be on TV, 20 years after retiring from KABC in Los Angeles. Fischbeck left Albuquerque for the big time back in 1972, but he still loves Albuquerque and Albuquerque loves him. He’s a born performer with a skullful of scientific knowledge. On KNME public television he was the best teacher many of us ever had. Monday was Albuquerque’s turn to honor Fischbeck, and Fischbeck’s turn to say thanks.
“One word: Opportunity,” Fischbeck said. “This town, this state, these people gave me an opportunity. Take an opportunity when it’s offered to you. You all have a chance to do something. You’ve got the opportunity? Grab it! Grab it and see what you can do with it!”
Dr. Fischbeck will throw out the first pitch at tomorrow night’s Isotopes game, and autograph copies of his autobiography, “My Life in Weather”.
As we told you here, Johnny Depp talked openly about his affinity for the horse who he said, “saved his life” by treading carefully after the star’s scary fall during the filming of The Lone Ranger.
At around the one minute mark (above) you can see Depp’s tumble and 25 foot drag, after which he pops-up like a champ, a champ with some pretty epic abs as the crew rushes to his side!