Secret Agent 23 Skidoo will hold an EP release show at The Orange Peel on Sunday.
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Two major Hollywood pictures are in the works, and a new Amazon series, focus on the life and impact of Zelda as Asheville prepares to celebrate her once again.
The “Dirty Dancing” remake stars Abigail Breslin as Baby and Colt Prattes as Johnny.
In other awards, Casey Affleck won Best Actor for “Manchester by the Sea” and Natalie Portman won Best Actress for “Jackie.”
Asheville-based Solis Films will be shooting the film around Asheville, Old Fort and Black Mountain starting Dec. 1.
The movie depicts a post apocalyptic world where the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers.
Zelda Fitzgerald and eight other women died in Asheville in a tragic fire.
Also, Helpmate is launching a fundraising campaign to expand services, and much more.
Some fun facts about the making of “Masterminds” in and around Asheville.
“Masterminds” was filmed in Asheville and around Western North Carolina in the summer of 2014.
“Swiss Army Man” digs deeper than entertainment; it’s an interpretive dance with a haunting score, writers our reviewer.
Also, GO Green Opportunities is awarded a $70,000 Kresge Foundation grant, and much more.
Filming for the made-for-TV remake of “Dirty Dancing” created a buzz in downtown.
Jules appeared unannounced at Asheville Pizza and Brewing and sang “Mad World” before two showings of the cult classic “Donnie Darko.”
Hot-shot Harrelson had several sweet kill shots as he played with members of the venerable Asheville Table Tennis Club.
Movie stars are shopping and dining all around Asheville.
The two are starring alongside Frances McDormand and Peter Dinklage in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri.”
As Son of Saul portrays so movingly, evil is something that can infect any of us and is not easily washed away.
The $15 million film feature is about a mother confronting police brutality.
Unremittingly bleak, “The Witch” is filled with images so haunting that many people will find the movie disturbing.
Charlotte Rampling’s performance, which has been nominated for an Oscar, is devastatingly subtle and dignified.