Monday, April 30, 2012

See Girl Run Review from Independent Film Festival Boston

See Girl Run had its screening at Independent Film Festival Boston last Friday. 
Here's a review from

Click on Read More to read it.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Interview: Robin Tunney and Chris O'Donnell Interview with Spanish Magazine (2001)

Click on Read More to read an Interview from the Spanish Magazine "Fotogramas", done in 2001 with Robin Tunney and Chris O'Donnell, during the Spanish Premiere of their movie "Vertical Limit".
You can also find the interview in the Interviews Section.

Thanks to @Aleee_O for the find, and to @Chizuruchibi for the translation from Spanish to English.

The Mentalist 4x22 Extended Promo

Source: TheRedBlog 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

New The Mentalist Tonight!

Finally, new episode of The Mentalist tonight after a two weeks hiatus. Episode 4x21 "Ruby Slippers" is going to air at 10pm on CBS, don't miss it!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

See Girl Run Review by Meet In The Lobby

Review of See Girl Run by Meet In The Lobby :

Speaking of avoiding convention… the typical, dreamy “what if?” romance gets turned on its ear, in Nate Meyer’s tale of a married city-girl dog-walker (Robin Tunney) who heads home to Maine to see if her old high school flame (Adam Scott) is worth staying home for. 
Meyer fleshes out a handful of worthy characters, thankfully avoiding the obvious blueprints seen in films like this (Hey, there’s no wacky Maine neighbor!) 
The dialogue has density and the performances have weight, especially Tunney’s. 
Meyer knows just how to tweak our emotional cinematic experiences, slightly turning them into something else. 
If Hollywood had done this, it would have Jennifer Aniston, Ashton Kutcher, and 100 ways to do it wrong.


See Girl Run will have its screening at Independent Film Festival Boston on Friday 27, 2012, 7pm at the Somerville Theatre 4.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Saturday, April 21, 2012

The Mentalist Season 4: That's a wrap!

Shooting for The Mentalist Season 4 ended yesterday. Tim Kang, Amanda Righetti and Owain Yeoman were busy shooting the last scenes of Season Finale.
Shooting for Season 5 will begin in July. 

Photo by: @TA4TV 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

See Girl Run Review from Florida Film Festival

See Girl Run Review from the Florida Film Festival by

"Don't you sooner or later have to relish the choices you've made?"

So says Marty (William Sadler ) to his daughter Emmie (Robin Tunney ).  Emmie has returned to the small Maine town where she grew up in the hopes of rekindling a romance with her high school boyfriend Jason (Adam Scott ).  Emmie moved away after high school and both Emmie and Jason are cognizant of the fact that they never technically broke up.  When Emmie's sad sack brother Brandon asks if her plan is to cheat on her husband with Jason, Emmie wonders if she's actually been cheating on Jason all along.
See Girl Run  is a charming little movie that speaks to that time in your life when you begin to second guess the decisions you've made.  Emmie's husband Graham (Josh Hamilton ) is loving and dependable, but she begins to wonder what would have been when Jason sends her flowers out of the blue.  Without a word she packs the car and heads home to Maine, telling her brother she has unfinished business.
The premise is not particularly original, but writer/director Nate Meyer  populates his movie with vividly drawn characters.  I found myself sympathizing both with Emmie as she agonizes over the choices she made, and with Graham, who shows a lot more patience with Emmie than a lot of people would, considering she doesn't even bother to tell him where she's going.

Robin Tunney shows range that I haven't seen from her before, and Jeremy Strong  makes Emmie's brother Brandon a heartbreaking character, a man who has real reasons to regret his past.  Adam Scott is funny and charming, but he conveys a quiet desperation as the story progresses.  It's also refreshing to see William Sadler in a truly likeable role, instead of trying to knock Bruce Willis off the wing of a 747.
There is of course the obligatory scene where Emmie and Jason finally meet.  What happens will come as no surprise, but there's something comforting about Emmie realizing what we understood from the very beginning.  See Girl Run is a lovely film.


See Girl Run Screenings

See Girl Run had a screening at Florida Film Festival yesterday. Director Nate Meyer was there for a Q&A, and here's a photo from the festival:

(Thanks to @jenvargas for the image)

Today and Sunaday April 22, See Girl Run will be at the Sarasota Film Festival.

The Mentalist Season Finale

The Mentalist Season Finale's shooting will end this week. We know The Mentalist Writers are already working on Season 5.
Here's two photos from the set of the Season Finale for Season 4:


Sources: @mattgossen and @TA4TV 

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

"See Girl Run" Screenings for this week

"See Girl Run" Festival Screenings for this week:

* Tomorrow, Wednesday April 18 2012, at Florida Film Festival, 1:15pm at Enzian.

* April 19 2012, at Sarasota Film Festival, 6:15pm at Regal Hollywood 20 Theatre 9

* April 22 2012, at Sarasota Film Festival, 1:30pm at Regal Hollywood 20 Theatre 8

Spoiler Alert: The Mentalist 4x23 Promo Photos and Synopsis

Click on Read More for The Mentalist 4x23 Promo Photo and Synopsis.

Source: CBS and

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Spoiler Alert: BTS Photos from The Mentalist Season 4 Finale

Click on Read More to see two BTS photos from The Mentalist Season 4 Finale.

Thanks to: @echriqui and @Aleee_O

See Girl Run Screenings

Here's a list of the next "See Girl Run" Screenings at Film Festivals:

- Today, April 14 at Florida Film Festival, 7:30 pm at Regal Winter Park Village B
   and at RiverRun International Film Festival, 8:30pm at UNCSA Main.

- Tomorrow, April 15 again at RiverRun International Film Festival, 4:00pm at UNCSA Gold.

Director Nate Meyer is expected to be in attendance for screenings at RiverRun International Film Festival.

HERE also an article by RelishShow about See Girl Run.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Robin's Birthday Present Project

June 19 will be Robin's Birthday, and there's a project to make her a present from all the fans around the world.
I already gave my OK to take part of it, and you should too! It will be a nice way to wish her a Happy Birthday ;)
You can read what the project is about, and the "rules", in here: LINK
Thanks to @Totorsg for the organisation!

Spoiler Alert: Info about The Mentalist 4x22

Click on Read More for Info about The Mentalist episode 4x22. This one regards Robin's character, Teresa Lisbon.

Source: TV Guide

New Article about "See Girl Run"

New article about "See Girl Run" from

To read it, click on Read More.


UPDATE: Always from Yesweekly, another mention of "See Girl Run". You'll find it always clicking on Read More, after the first article.

Thanks to See Girl Run Official Facebook for the heads up

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

My fanvideo: Teresa Lisbon - Nobody Knows

My new fanvideo... Hope you'll like it!

Launch of the new Filmography Section!

I'm really happy to launch today the new Filmography Section of Robin's Green Shades!
As you will see, I created not just a new page, but a whole new sub-blog, divided into pages, with descriptions of  all Robin Tunney's movies and tv series. You will find a welcome message and info at my new sub-blog / Section.
Check it out here (or by clicking on Filmography on the Menu of the Blog): LINK

I Hope you'll like it!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

The Tuesday Trailer- Vertical Limit (2000)

For this week's The Tuesday Trailer, we have the trailer for "Vertical Limit" (2000):

IMDB Page: Link

Source: zuguidemovietrailers 

"See Girl Run" among Films to be big draws at RiverRun International Film Festival

"See Girl Run was picked by as one of the films to be big draws at RiverRun International Film Festival this year: 

Nate Meyer, a graduate of the filmmaking school at UNC School of the Arts, wrote and directed this charming film about a young woman (Robin Tunney of "The Mentalist") whose life and marriage haven't turned out as she'd hoped. Nothing is drastically wrong, but she's not living the kind of fairy-tale existence she thought she would. So she begins flirting with the notion of going back to her high-school boyfriend (Adam Scott of "Parks and Recreation"), a frog-painting artist/waiter who still loves her, but hasn't managed to grow up. The film is sweet and quirky without falling into the clich├ęs that mar so many romantic movies. It's a refreshing take on the genre, and a film well worth seeing. Meyer has done his alma mater proud. — Susan Gilmor

"See Girl Run" Narrative feature from the United States. Rated MT. 89 minutes. Showing at 8:30 p.m. April 14 at UNCSA Main; 4 p.m. April 15 at UNCSA Gold.

Thanks @SGR_movie for the heads up

Monday, April 9, 2012

Fanvideo: Robin Tunney in "The Two Mr. Kissels"

I just did this fanvideo about Robin in the TV Movie "The Two Mr. Kissels". Hope you like it!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter from Robin's Green Shades!

I want to wish Robin and everyone, a very Happy Easter! 
I hope you'll all spend this day in happiness with your loved ones.


Friday, April 6, 2012

The Mentalist 4x20 Screencaptures

You will find in the Gallery the screencaptures of last night's episode of The Mentalist, "Something's Rotten in Redmund".
To see the images, follow THIS Link


I also updated the Teresa Lisbon Profile with a new detail about her past. It was in fact revealed during the episode, that Lisbon went to a Catholic School for 11 years.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Spoiler Alert: The Mentalist 4x21 Press Release

Click on Read MOre for The Mentalist 4x21 Press Release.

Source: CBS

New Article about "See Girl Run"

A new article about "See Girl Run", from The Portland Press Herald

Apparently, the secret to getting filmmakers to make their movies in Portland is just to have them hang out here for a while.

"In 2004, I moved to Portland with my wife and we made my first film there. Even though Portland was so vibrant and unique and hasn't been shown very much in film, I knew I wasn't going to be able to show the area with the (nonexistent) budget and technology, so the film was shot mostly in interiors and close-ups.
"But with this new film, I really wanted to highlight the city's beauty, distinctive culture and architecture."
So says Nate Meyer, whose second feature, "See Girl Run," was filmed at various locations in Portland (along with South Portland, Damariscotta and NYC) in summer 2011. The film stars Robin Tunney ("The Mentalist," "The Craft") as a thirty-something woman who leaves her stagnant marriage in New York and heads back home to Maine with the secret agenda of looking up her old high-school boyfriend (indie favorite Adam Scott of "Friends with Kids," "Party Down" and "Parks and Recreation"), an eccentric artist and hopeless romantic who never left Maine.
The film, which debuted last month at the SXSW Film Festival, is garnering good reviews. The performances of Tunney, Scott and old pro William Sadler ("The Shawshank Redemption") are sharing praise with Meyer's use of some authentic Maine settings, a choice which presented his low-budget production with some unique rewards -- and challenges.
"Maine offers so much for a filmmaker," said Meyer. "You want something that's going to feel unique, that audiences haven't seen in every other movie. Maine's diverse, and it has places you can't find anywhere else."
Meyer also recommends the state for the welcoming shooting experience.
"People there were just really excited to be a part of it and help out," he said. "It's logistically or financially harder in places that are more jaded. And having the personal connection and relationships in Portland from my first film ('Pretty in the Face,' 2007) far outweighed the financial considerations."
As for those "financial considerations," Meyer concedes that Maine's lack of tax incentives is a major impediment to other filmmakers coming to the state. "While we were small enough that it wouldn't have made much difference, for bigger productions, it (the lack of tax help) will keep them away."
Indeed, Meyer's own production team was against using Maine until they came to scout locations and "everyone fell in love with it."
Meyer's experience in Portland also convinced him that Maine was an appropriate home for Scott's artistically ambitious yet professionally aimless artist.
"I see Portland as a kind of utopian, idyllic community," explains Meyer, adding with a laugh, "I mean that in a good way. Maine has a wide, rich, supportive artistic community. Anytime you have that kind of place, you'll have people who pursue their art, but few have the opportunity to do it for pay. Portland fosters artists, and a lot of them stay. And I was one of them."
Still making the festival circuit with "See Girl Run," Meyer says a showing at the Maine International Film Festival, or even a Portland premiere, is a possibility.
And as for other directors using Portland as a backdrop -- well, if we can all just let Martin Scorsese or Wes Anderson crash at our places for a summer (and get the Legislature to pass some tax incentives), we just might make it happen.
I've got room.


New The Mentalist Tonight!

New episode of The Mentalist tonight! 4x20 "Something Rotten in Redmund" airs at 10pm on CBS.
Don't miss it!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

New Photos of Robin at SXSW Festival

I just found some new photos of Robin at SXSW Festival (March 11, 2012) during the Q&A at the Premiere of  "See Girl Run", with Director Nate Meyer.
The new photos are in the Gallery, follow THIS Link

Thanks to Augustin Gamez

See Girl Run in Theaters soon?

See Girl Run should be coming to theaters soon.

Thanks @Visitfilms for the info.

Spoiler Alert: The Mentalist S4/5 Casting News

Click on Read More for some Casting News for The Mentalist S4/5.