Saturday, July 31, 2004
Thursday, July 29, 2004
The Whole Wide World - Clip
Tuesday, July 27, 2004
Tooth of Crime
Saturday, July 24, 2004
Rene Balcer, Writer - L&O: Criminal Intent
Articles, interviews and Writer's Symposium 2002 with Rene Balcer Executive Producer/Headwriter of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Thursday, July 22, 2004
Dying Young Caps and Clip
We have just added screen caps for the movie Dying Young, as well as a couple of articles. Additionally, we added a clip from the film.
To access, select the movie on the main Filmography page.
Saturday, July 17, 2004
Transcript of Saturday Today Show Interview
We have just added the transcript from the interview on the Saturday Today show from January 04, 2002. The transcript can be accessed on the Interviews page of Filmography.
Friday, July 16, 2004
The screen caps for Fires Within have been updated, with several more caps added. Additionally, the movie trailer has been added to the site.
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Bike Gallery fits actors for 'Thumbsucker'
Bicycle Retailer and Industry News; 9/1/2003
BEAVERTON, OR -- Hollywood actors Keanu Reeves and Vincent D'Onofrio spent some time being fitted for bicycles by the pros at the Beaverton Bike Gallery recently in preparation for some racing scenes in the upcoming movie Thumbsucker. The race scenes are to be shot in Beaverton Sept. 10 and 11. Aaron Harrison, Bike Gallery's fit specialist, outfitted both of the actors with high-end road bikes. Reeves, best known for his work in The Matrix, Speed and Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, was set up on a 57-centimeter LeMond Arrive. Reeves' character will be racing in the movie. D'Onofrio, star of the NBC series Law and Order: Criminal Intent, plays a father in Thumbsucker. Standing 6-foot 4-inches tall, D'Onofrio was outfitted with a Trek 5200. Harrison spent about an hour and a hall with each actor, making adjustments for bio-mechanics and comfort.
Tuesday, July 13, 2004
The Cell Cast Interviews
We have posted cast interviews for The Cell . There are two choices - Real Player for 56 bps modems and Windows Media for 100 bps DSL/cable.
We have just linked some audio clips from the film Happy Accidents .
Sunday, July 11, 2004
Sundance Film Festival January 20, 2004
Blurb excerpted from
The Low Culture
I also find myself wondering who I'll run into on Main Street when I'm done. I don't have to wonder long, since I walk smack into Vincent D'Onofrio in a wool hat and scarf doing his hilariously hammy Street Mime impersonation right outside the doughnut shop. I try to ask him a few questions about Thumbsucker, his sure-to-be hit film based on Walter Kirn's novel, but he's goofing around, pointing at his throat and shaking his head. He's a pretty convincing mime—he does the whole stuck-in-a-box thing, the pulling-the-rope, etc.—but, boy, a terrible interview!
..........Posted by matt at January 20, 2004 09:00 AM
Salton Sea Production Notes 2001
Excerpted from Castle Rock Entertainment Production Notes-Salton Sea/Warner Bros.
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The story's many richly drawn characters attracted a top-notch roster of gifted actors, including Vincent D'Onofrio in the sinister role of Pooh-Bear, a twisted and menacing speed dealer. "As soon as I read the script for "The Salton Sea", I immediately thought of Vincent D'Onofrio for the role of "Pooh Bear," Caruso explains. "Pooh Bear is a character that I thought Vincent would be perfect to play. Vincent is the type of actor who becomes the character and hides behind the character so brilliantly that you forget that it's Vincent."
D'Onofrio describes his character as "a dealer who sits around with his buddies cooking methamphetamines. He's a sort of bandit who's out for the money and will screw with people and rob them along the way. He also has a strange way of communicating and dealing with situations - I don't want to give anything away, but it's weird stuff!"
D'Onofrio's versatility and unquestionable talent have spurned many memorable characters, but perhaps he's most widely remembered for his disturbing portrayal of a young cadet in Stanley Kubrick's brilliant Vietnam drama "Full Metal Jacket." The actor brings a similar intensity to "The Salton Sea," and will undoubtedly leave another indelible impression on audiences with Pooh-Bear. D'Onofrio explains, "I felt there was a lot I could do with Pooh-Bear when I first read the script. He's a foil character who really helps move the story along. I always try to avoid making typical choices with a character, and villains are particularly fun and interesting for me because I try to humanize them and give them heart. I have a very short attention span, so I pick the most interesting and complex characters I can find to keep from getting bored."
D'Onofrio often transforms himself physically for his roles, and Pooh-Bear is no exception. "I gained 40 pounds for the part. This will be the last time I ever put on weight for a film because I'm getting older and it's becoming harder to take off," says D'Onofrio.
ABOUT THE CAST -
VINCENT D'ONOFRIO (Pooh-Bear) is truly an actor's actor, amassing an accomplished body of work that reflects a drive to seek out the evocative and inspiring. With no less than ten starring roles and an Emmy Award nomination in the last three years, the spotlight is shining bright on this compelling actor..........
Friday, July 09, 2004
The Whole Wide World
Another clip of three different scenes from The Whole Wide World has been added to the site.
You can view everything related to The Whole Wide World on its filmography page.
An October 2003 article from VibeWire.net has been added to the filmography Articles page.
The Newton Boys
Screen caps for The Newton Boys have just been uploaded.
At the same time, we have posted another clip from the film of two of our favorite scenes. This is in addition to the theatrical movie trailer posted originally. Visit the movie page to find links to both the screen caps and the movie clip.
Tuesday, July 06, 2004
Screen caps for the movie Impostor have just been posted.
Screen caps for The Cell have just been posted.
Caution: Graphic content included. Not suitable for all ages.
Thursday, July 01, 2004
Monte Carlo TV Festival
The Monte Carlo TV Festival is being held from June 27, 2004 through July 03, 2004. Vincent has been in attendance and is featured in an article in the July 01, 2004 program guide.
The article has been posted to the LOCI page in Filmography, with the other articles and interviews related to the hit TV series.