posted by • April 15th, 2014 • (0) Comments

From now on I will start updating missing screen captures from first 2 seasons of Prison Break. For now enjoy first 4 episodes.

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- Prison Break Screencaptures 1×01 > Pilot
- Prison Break Screencaptures 1×02 > Allen
- Prison Break Screencaptures 1×03 > Cell Test
- Prison Break Screencaptures 1×04 > Cute Poison

posted by • April 1st, 2014 • Comments Off

I added some old missing photoshoots to our gallery. Thanks to my friend Claudia for some of them.

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- Photoshoots Last Uploads

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posted by • February 25th, 2014 • Comments Off

The actor has been out of the spotlight since ‘Prison Break’ ended. And he’s changed gears—he tells Ramin Setoodeh about his first screenplay, ‘Stoker,’ inspired by Hitchcock’s ‘Shadow of a Doubt’ and vampire mythology.

Ever since Prison Break ended in 2009, Wentworth Miller has taken a step away from the spotlight. He’s done a few TV guest spots—Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and House—and decided to try his hand at writing. A lot of actors attempt a second career, but Miller’s screenplay for Stoker, which he submitted under a pseudonym, ended up on Hollywood’s annual “Black List” of best unproduced work. South Korea’s Park Chan-wook (Oldboy) signed up to direct the story, starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, and Mia Wasikowska as a troubled teen who loses her father. The horror thriller opened in limited release last weekend.

Miller hasn’t given many interviews about Stoker, but he agreed to answer our questions over email. Since he’s a writer now, we thought we’d give it a try. Read the full article »

posted by • February 6th, 2014 • Comments Off

Thanks to Ashley I added additional outtake from Out photoshoot.

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- Photoshoots OUT – December 2013

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posted by • February 1st, 2014 • Comments Off

Finally I added another the last part of Prison Break season 3 captures to the gallery.

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- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×11 > Under and Out
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×12 > Hell or High Water
- Prison Break Screencaptures 3×13 > The Art of the Deal

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posted by • November 24th, 2013 • Comments Off

I have added scans from Out December/January issue to gallery.

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- Magazine Scans OUT – December 2013

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posted by • November 22nd, 2013 • Comments Off



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posted by • November 16th, 2013 • Comments Off

There have been many powerful coming-out statements, but few as elegant and considered as Miller’s letter this August declining an invitation to be honored at the St. Petersburg International Film Festival. “As someone who has enjoyed visiting Russia in the past and can also claim a degree of Russian ancestry, it would make me happy to say yes. However, as a gay man, I must decline,” Miller wrote to festival director Maria Averbakh.

“Like everyone, I’d been reading reports online about what was happening in Russia,” Miller says. “So when the invitation arrived, I thought, There is no way I can say yes. Then it occurred to me that if I made my response public, it might help draw additional attention to the situation. It felt like the right move at the right time.”

Best known to millions of Americans for his role as Michael Scofield in the hit Fox series Prison Break (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2006), Miller has since transitioned from acting to writing. He was responsible for the screenplay to this year’s well-received thriller Stoker, starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, and Mia Wasikowska, and has another screenplay, The Disappointments Room, in development with Voltage Pictures and Christine Vachon’s Killer Films.

Miller took another courageous step in September, appearing at a Seattle event for the Human Rights Campaign, where he opened up about his suicide attempts as a teenager, concluding with a powerful statement of intent: “Let me be to someone else what no one was to me. Let me send a message to that kid, maybe in America, maybe someplace far overseas, maybe somewhere deep inside — a kid who is being targeted at home or at school or in the streets — that someone is watching and listening and caring, that there is an ‘us,’ that there is a ‘we,’ and that kid or teenager or adult is loved and they are not alone.”

Out asked Miller, who praises the Mankind Project for much of his personal growth — “It sounded way out of my comfort zone, but I was looking for a change, shift, growth” — to consider what he might say to his 15-year-old self. Here’s how he replied:

“There are plenty of things I’d say to my 15-year-old self, especially prior to his suicide attempt. However, I’d have things to say to him in the aftermath as well. I remember carrying around deep feelings of shame after I tried to kill myself, feeling like I’d stumbled or failed life’s exam. That I was now ‘damaged goods.’ What I would say to that younger self — what I’d say to anyone who’s walked a similar road — is to focus less on the fact that you nearly ended your life and more on the fact that you survived, that you lived to tell the tale. And then tell it. I’d say, ‘What you think of as scars are medals. They’re badges of honor, testifying to something inside you that is determined and tenacious and enduring.’ That’s why when someone who knows my story approaches me with a ‘poor you’ attitude, my response is, ‘Don’t feel sorry for me. Because I know what it is to be tested. I know what it’s like to be broken and to have to pick myself up again. I know who I am in those moments. And I’m stronger for it.’ There are people out there who have never been tested, who have never been broken, so when life eventually comes for them they can’t say for sure how they’ll respond. Maybe they’ll pick themselves up and maybe they won’t. And my heart goes out to them. Because sooner or later, life comes for everybody.”

Source: http://www.out.com/

posted by • November 16th, 2013 • Comments Off

Wentworth is on the cover of OUT magazine. There is also new photoshoot with him so I was able add few ouutakes from it to our gallery.

GALLERY LINKS:
- Magazine Scans OUT – December 2013
- Photoshoots OUT – December 2013

posted by • November 16th, 2013 • Comments Off

D.J. Caruso has signed on to direct The Disappointments Room, a supernatural thriller being produced by Geyer Kosinski of Media Talent Group and Mark Damon of Foresight Unlimited.

Foresight will sell the movie at AFM with Envision Entertainment, PalmStar Media Capital and Merced Media Partners co-financing. Relativity is in final negotiations to pick up domestic distribution.

Kate Beckinsale has the offer to star as a mother who moves her family to a nice Colonial manse in the country. The woman slowly begins to lose her sanity as she learns of the home’s bloody past and is afflicted by visions of a dead girl.

Wentworth Miller, the Prison Break star who wrote Stoker, the Fox Searchlight thriller which starred Mia Wasikowska and Nicole Kidman, penned Disappointments, which will be executive produced by Demarest Films’s Sam Englebardt and William Johnson.

Also executive producing are Foresight’s Tamara Birkemoe, PalmStar’s Kevin Frakes, Merced’s Raj Brinder Singh and Envision’s Remington Chase and Stepan Martirosyan.

Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/

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