Friday, March 16, 2018

New Interview: Q&A with Robin Tunney

New Interview with Robin, released by Anthem Magazine

A gaggle of teens with the “coolest job in the world”—hawking music while listening to same—are faced with the impending sale of their beloved record store to a big and shiny tunes chain. Four teenage girls at a Catholic prep school form a coven of witches to strike back at their peers and use their newfound sorcery for personal gain. At the end of the second millennium, Satan visits New York City in search of a bride to bear the Antichrist—over Arnold Schwarzenegger’s dead body.

The connecting thread between Empire Records, The Craft, and End of Days is of course Robin Tunney, who hit it big in the late ‘90s and has grown to show as much longevity in her career as the select films from her body of work—cult phenoms, if not cultural touchstones by some measure.

Now most widely recognized for her seven-year tenure on The Mentalist, which ended its run in 2015, the actress is teaming up with Nicolas Cage in Tim Hunter’s Looking Glass. After losing their daughter to a tragic accident, shattered couple Ray (Cage) and Maggie (Tunney) move into their newly purchased desert motel, only to witness a string of unsettling events taking place within one of their most frequently requested rooms. This is one of those best-left-unspoiled things…

Looking Glass hits selects theaters and will be available on iTunes on February 16.

Click on Read More to read the interview.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Robin Tunney Lands Lead Role for ABC's New Series 'The Fix'

Source: @TheFixWriters

Robin Tunney is coming back to TV and with a lead role!
I'll be sure to post more info as they will be released.
Check out this article shared by Deadline:

Former The Mentalist star Robin Tunney is returning to television as the lead of ABC drama pilot The Fix. Set as one of the central roles opposite Tunney is another former TV series lead, Tyrant‘s Adam Rayner.

Described as part legal thriller, part confessional and part revenge fantasy, The Fix is written by Marcia Clark, Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain and directed by Larysa Kondracki. After losing the biggest case of her career and being shredded by the media, former prosecutor Maya Travis (Tunney) has left Los Angeles for a quiet life in rural Oregon. Eight years after her devastating defeat, the murderer strikes again, forcing Maya to return to L.A. to confront him one more time.
When the jury found Oscar-award winning actor Sevvy Johnson innocent of a double murder, the case’s leading prosecutor Maya (Tunney) was crushed by the shocking verdict. She left the profession – and Los Angeles -retreating to a quieter life on a horse ranch with her partner. When, eight years later, news breaks that Sevvy Johnson’s girlfriend has been brutally murdered, Maya makes the decision to return to LA to face her past, seek justice… and win redemption.
Rayner will play Andre who was Maya’s second chair during the Sevvy Johnson trial. There is an undeniable charge between Andre and Maya. When Maya left town after the trial, Andre remained on the job and got married. However, when Sevvy’s girlfriend is found murdered, Andre pays Maya a visit, and asks her to return.
The duo join previously cast Merrin Dungey as CJ (Christine Jane) Bernstein, Breckin Meyer as DA Charles Wiest, Mouzam Makkar as Loni Cho, Scott Cohen as “Ezra Wolf,” Marc Blucas as Riv and Alex Saxon as Gabriel Johnson.
Craft, Fain and Clark executive produce with Mandeville’s David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman and Laurie Zaks.
Tunney starred as Teresa Lisbon on CBS’ The Mentalist. She’ll next be seen in upcoming features Monster Party and Looking Glass. Tunney is repped by  CAA and attorney David Weber at Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern.
Rayner played Barry Al-Fayeed on FX’s Tyrant. This marks his return to ABC where he co-starred on drama series Notorious.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Robin Tunney: New Interview and Promotional Photo from Looking Glass

Here's a new beautiful Promotional Photo from Looking Glass:

Source: Momentum Pictures
There is also a new interview with Robin, which you can see at ProjectAlpha

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

New Interview: Robin Tunney talks to The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter released a new interview with Robin.
To watch it, follow the link provided in the tweet below.

Friday, February 16, 2018

New Interview: Robin Tunney Talks Looking Glass and The Craft

Another new interview released by FoxNews in which Robin talks about her new movie released today, Looking Glass, and also some of her iconic roles such as in Craft and Empire Records.

Robin Tunney has starred in some of the most iconic films from the ‘90s, but these days she’s opening a creepy motel alongside Nicolas Cage just for a good thrill.
The duo star as a married couple in “Looking Glass,” a voyeuristic film where they are faced with disturbing, unexplained events occurring inside of what should be a desert oasis. Tunney, who captivated teens in cult classics like “Empire Records” and The Craft,” said she’s been waiting for years to work alongside Cage —and it was worth it.

Fox News spoke with Tunney about what surprised her the most about Cage, her favorite memory with Arnold Schwarzenegger and whether she stays in touch with her former cast mates from “The Craft.”

To continue reading the interview, click on Read More.

New Video: Ropbin Tunney Talks Looking Glass

New Interview to Robin about Looking Glass, coming out today in select theaters and VOD:

Source: KTLA 5

Thursday, February 15, 2018

New Interview: Robin Tunney on Looking Glass and Working with Nicolas Cage

New Interview in which Robin talks about Looking Glass and working with Nicolas Cage, published by Film School Rejects

Robin Tunney cannot believe she gets to act alongside Nicolas Cage. To hear her tell it, titans like Robert De Niro have nothing on the man who drowned misery in Leaving Las Vegas and overshadowed James Bond in The Rock. Frequent readers of Film School Rejects already know this. If you have not been consuming Chris Coffel’s weekly excursions into The Tao of Cage, then you’ve simply been doing life wrong. Cage is a major presence in cinema, and every film he has blessed is worth your attention. Fellow actors are scrambling over themselves to work with him, and to study him. Tunney rearranged her life to make it happen.

Looking Glass, from director Tim Hunter (River’s Edge), is a ruthless little thriller. After a couple loses their child to an unnamed tragedy, they uproot themselves from their safe and knowable surroundings to rediscover purpose as motel proprietors. They need a distraction. They need a new life. As anyone who has checked-in to Psycho, or taken a detour for Vacancy can tell you, roadside motels are a one-way ticket to terror. Nothing pleasant happens there. Ever.

To read the complete Interview, click on Read More.

New Interview: Q&A with Robin Tunney

New Interview with Robin, released by Anthem Magazine A gaggle of teens with the “coolest job in the world”—hawking music while listeni...