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Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to the thriller “The Open House” starring “13 Reasons Why” breakout Dylan Minnette, sources tell Variety.

Written and directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote, “The Open House” centers on a teenager (Minnette) and his mother (Piercey Dalton) who find themselves besieged by threatening forces when they move into a new house.

The pic is produced by Dan Angel and Chip Rosenbloom. The film will premiere everywhere Netflix is available Jan. 19, 2018.

Netflix and Minnette already have a solid relationship following the overwhelming success of “13 Reasons Why,” which has been greenlit for a second season. Prior to “13 Reasons Why,” Minnette had starring roles in Sony’s “Goosebumps” and Screen Gems’ “Don’t Breathe.” He is also known for playing President Grant’s son in ABC’s “Scandal.”

He is repped by WME and Monster Talent Management.

“The Open House” marks the directorial debut for Coote, who double-majored in film and music at the New School in New York City. Matt Angel got his start when he wrote and directed a pilot called “Half.” Inspired by a true story, the project was crowdfunded from a Kickstarter campaign, and sold to Sony Pictures TV and NBC. Angel then sold a large-scale drama titled “Ten” to Sony, and was commissioned to write feature scripts for both Millennium and Broken Road Productions.

Matt Angel and Coote are represented by Devon Jackson at Trademark Talent and attorney Derek Kroeger at Myman Greenspan.

Source: Variety

November 8, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        News


And it will supposedly feel like a very different show.

There’s a lot of mystery surrounding the upcoming second season of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. So far, we know that the new episodes will bring fresh faces to Liberty High (and even some parents we didn’t meet in the first installment), but the season 1 finale definitely left viewers with a lot of questions: Will Alex survive the gunshot wound he suffered at the end of the first chapter? Will Bryce face consequences for two incidents of sexual assault? How will Hannah’s story continue throughout any future episodes?

Of course, one of the biggest questions surrounding season 2 has to do with how the show will address mental illness. Despite its undeniable popularity, the Netflix series based on Jay Asher’s novel garnered a lot of criticism from mental health advocates who thought the show didn’t go far enough to provide viewers with positive tools and helpful resources while delivering arguably triggering material. The show’s star, Dylan Minnette, has expressed that the cast and crew have listened to that feedback, and that season 2 will take those concerns into account.

Now, in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, Dylan is opening up even further about what fans can expect from the next season. According to the actor, the new episodes will take place several months after season 1, and will have a common theme. “This season particularly is a lot about recovery,” Dylan explained, adding: “It’s naturally going to progressively get to a more emotional place, due to the nature of the story we’re telling. I’m sure we’re all heading in some dark directions again. I think anybody would be surprised if we weren’t.”

The idea that season 2 will focus on “recovery” is an interesting one, as it could be applied to lots of different characters. It could be a reference to Alex’s physical recovery, or Jessica’s emotional one. It could also apply to Dylan’s character, Clay, and Hannah’s parents, as they continue to grieve the loss of their daughter.

Katherine Langford (Hannah) also weighed in, telling Entertainment Tonight that season 2 “feels like a very different show.” And Steven Silver, who plays Marcus, added that the upcoming episodes are “juicy.”

There’s no doubt that 13 Reasons Why aims to tackle several important subjects that are all deserving of discussion and awareness. Hopefully the upcoming season will present that dialogue in a way that also gives viewers the proper tools for help if they need it.

If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or text Crisis Text Line at 741-741.

Source: Teen Vogue

September 11, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        13 Reasons Why , News


A few days ago, Dylan Minnette and his “13 Reasons Why” cast attended Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ FYC event at Netflix FYSee Space on June 2, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. More of 110 photos from the event have been added to our gallery.




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Dylan Minnette & Katherine Langford are featured on the cover of the May 19th issue of Entertainment Weekly. I’ve updated our photo gallery with high quality digital scans from the issue. Many thanks to Emily who donated the digital scans for this site. Make sure you check them out by clicking the thumbnails below. Enjoy!


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May 12, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Magazine Scans , Photos


Inside 13 Reasons Why, the most daring show on television
This week’s cover goes deep on Netflix’s most-talked-about series

Hannah Baker had a story to tell. And when 13 Reasons Why hit Netflix in March, the internet couldn’t stop talking about it. Three weeks after the show’s release, it had become the most tweeted-about TV series of 2017, with 11 million tweets. Whether it’s about the subject matter, the performances, or even the music, the conversation surrounding the show has been constant, making it a breakout hit for the streaming service — not to mention landing its original source material, Jay Asher’s 2007 YA novel of the same name, the No. 1 spot on USA Today’s best-seller list.

As hot as the show is among young (and not-so-young) viewers, the ways in which it confronts these issues is just as hotly debated. Does it glamorize suicide? Is it too graphic? Or should it be lauded for its willingness to disturb audiences in the pursuit of honest conversation? The show isn’t just dominating Twitter — it’s become water cooler talk across the nation. To find out why we can’t stop talking about it — and there are many reasons — pick up this week’s EW.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

May 11, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Interview , Photos , Photoshoots


Dylan Minnette and his 13 Reasons Why cast attended Netflix’s FYSEE Kick-Off Event at Netflix FYSee Space on May 7, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. I’ve updated our photo gallery with 16 pictures of Dylan attending this event. Make sure you check them out by clicking the thumbnails below. Enjoy!



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May 9, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        13 Reasons Why , Appearances , Photos


Dylan Minnette and his 13 Reasons Why cast attended the 2017 MTV Movie And TV Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on May 7, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. I’ve updated our photo gallery with 52 pictures of Dylan attending this event. Make sure you check them out by clicking the thumbnails below. Enjoy!



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May 9, 2017        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        13 Reasons Why , Appearances , Photos


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