Congrats to the cast of BoyBand who are all getting so much work. Here’s some updates:
Michael Copon – just returned from guest starring on the new CBS series “Hawaii Five-O,” which shoots in Hawaii
Robert Hoffman – look for him in the upcoming Universal film “Kids in America” with Topher Grace and Anna Faris
Ryan Hansen – he’s playing the main character in the upcoming NBC series “Friends with Benefits”
Ryan Pinkston – he’s a series regular in The Cartoon Network’s upcoming “Tower Prep,” a live action series
Laura Breckenridge – just guest starred on the Lifetime series “Drop Dead Diva” alongside Cybill Shepherd.
Rachel Specter – look for her as Lisa Hammond in the upcoming Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston film “Just Go With It”
Brendan Miller – one of the principal cast in Todd Phillips (The Hangover) top secret new comedy “Project X”
Ming Na – plays Camile Wray, a series regular, on Sci Fi’s series “SGU Stargate Universe”
Kurt Fuller – just cast in Woody Allen’s new film “Midnight in Paris” alongside Adrien Brody and Rachel McAdams
Richard Riehle – he’s filming his role in the upcoming “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.”
With this cast, the music, and the wacky humor, BoyBand’s future is looking “wicked awesome.” Congrats to everyone.
Tagged band, boy, boyband, brendan miller, Kurt Fuller, Laura Breckenridge, Michael Copon, Ming-Na, Rachel Specter, richard riehle, Robert Hoffman, Ryan Hansen, Ryan Pinkston
I’m a Miller Lite guy. Hell it was the first beer I ever tasted, but even I know when to say whatever Rachel Specter wants me to!
Awesome commercial. Way to go Pamela Harris!!!
Posted in About Rachel Specter, About the Cast
Tagged 1982, bar, beer, bulldog, cliffs, dog, hot, miller lite, Rachel Specter, we got the beat, worcester
Here’s our girl Rachel looking hot in the new McDonald’s commercial. Check it out:
I love that our lead actor is all over the internet today on literally every entertainment website. If Michael Copon gets this role in “New Moon,” the sequel to “Twilight,” that would be huge for “We Got the Beat.” When you cast a film, you cast it based on talent, looks, personality, work ethic, and a general feeling you have about the person. You hope you are casting people that other directors and producers want to cast. You hope they get cast in big projects. You hope they become house hold names. It’s been a few exciting weeks for our cast. The trailer for “Friday the 13th” came out. It’s the remake by Michael Bay and will be out in February. Ryan Hansen from “We Got the Beat” plays a big role in the film and is in the trailer. Rachel Specter (Pamela from our movie) recently shot “My One and Only” starring Kevin Bacon and Renee Zellweger. Rachel apparently plays Kevin Bacon’s character’s mistress. Ryan Pinkston (Greg in “We Got the Beat”) just guest starred in the new “Hannah Montana” episode, where he went on a date with Miley Cyrus’ character. Laura Breckenridge’s big news is that she’s been cast as the new hot, young teacher on “Gossip Girl.” Laura plays Samantha Hughes in our film. And, of course, the internet is buzzing about whether Michael Copon is going to get the role of Jacob Black in “New Moon,” or not. I for one think it’s a no brainer. Of course he should get it. He’s older than Taylor. He’s taller. He’s hotter. He’s more love interest leading man type. But…then again, I guess I’m just a little biased. Jon and I have always loved the casting process. When we hired Mary Vernieu to cast our film (Scary Movie, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions), we knew that she was known for breaking young talent. We trusted her on that. The funny thing is that Hillary Cohen, our 1st A.D., is the person who actually found Copon before we ever hired Mary. Mary confirmed that Hillary was right on regarding Michael being perfect for the role of Brad Roberts. Now let’s hope the director of “New Moon” thinks he’s perfect for Jacob Black.
Posted in Andrea Ajemian's blogs
Tagged Cruel Intentions, Friday the 13th, Hannah Montana, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Jacob Black, Kevin Bacon, Laura Breckenridge, Mary Vernieu, Michael Bay, Michael Copon, Miley Cyrus, My One and Only, new moon, Rachel Specter, Renee Zellweger, Ryan Hansen, Ryan Pinkston, Scary Movie, twilight
Rachel Specter (plays Pamela in We Got the Beat) talks to MaximoTV about “The House Bunny”, the playboy mansion, being a “nice girl”, what type of guys she likes and and an indie film that she just shot called “We Got the Beat”. YAY! RACHEL!!
Rachel blowing a kiss at the pink carpet premiere of "The House Bunny".
From: David Weston
Date: September 6, 2008 3:13:19 PM EDT
To: Andrea Ajemian, Jon Artigo
Subject: Re: imdb page
By the way guys, if you want to get really excited about WGTB’s chances of being a blockbuster, consider this past week’s box office and dvd rentals:
Weekend Box Office:
#4 The House Bunny (Rachel Specter)
#15 College (Ryan Pinkston)
#5 (for the 2nd week in a row) The Scorpion King 2 (Michael Copon)
#22 Step Up 2 (Robert Hoffman)
#38 Superhero Movie (Ryan Hansen)
Posted in Kaz Gamble's blogs
Tagged College, Michael Copon, Rachel Specter, Robert Hoffman, Ryan Hansen, Ryan Pinkston, Step Up 2, Superhero Movie, The House Bunny, The Scorpion King 2, Weekend Box Office