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 Clip of Looking Glass with Robin Tunney

New Clip of Looking Glass with Robin:


Source: Teaser-trailer

Some Screencaps.

New Interview: Robin Tunney Talks Looking Glass

New Interview from Shock Ya.com in which Robin talks about her upcoming new movie Looking Glass (to be released tomorrow in select theaters and VOD).

Sometimes it takes new and unexpected encounters for people to truly start contemplating their decisions, emotions and mortality. That’s certainly the case for the struggling protagonists, a married couple that feels engaging in new experiences in an unfamiliar environment can help them overcome their past trauma, in the new voyeuristic thriller, ‘Looking Glass.’ But running from their previous pain and loss has in fact actually just pushed them into an even more dangerous and life-threatening situation.

The drama was directed by experienced television helmer, Tim Hunter, and written by Jerry Rapp and Matthew Wilder. Momentum Pictures will release ‘Looking Glass’ on Friday in select theaters, as well as on VOD and Digital HD.

Click on Read More to read the complete Interview.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Looking Glass: New Promotional Still, Clip and Review

Following, a new promotional still from Looking Glass with Robin, a new clip from the movie, and a review. Looking Glass will be available on VOD and in select theaters starting February 16, 2018, in the US.

Source: filmschoolrejects.com

Source: rottentomatoes.com

Clip from Yahoo

Review from Filmschoolrejects.com:
Nicolas Cage and Robin Tunney star as a married couple that recently suffered a terrible tragedy when their young daughter fell off a balcony and died. While it wouldn’t be fair to place the blame on either parent, they both did play a role in this unfortunate accident. In an effort to get a fresh start and move on with their lives they decide to purchase a motel off an ad they see on Craigslist. Neither has any experience running a motel, but their hope is that moving to a small town and trying something new will allow them to clear their heads.
Read the rest of the review HERE

Friday, February 9, 2018

Robin Tunney "Would've Done Anything" to Star With Nicolas Cage in 'Looking Glass'

Article from Comicbook.com

Actress Robin Tunney has starred in a variety of projects over the years, from '90s hits like Empire Records and The Craft to starring in the TV series The Mentalist for seven years. With her new film, Looking Glass, Tunney stars as a woman relocating to a motel in the desert that's a hot spot of seedy activity, as she and her husband (Nicolas Cage) get in over their heads. As far as what drew the actress to the role, it didn't require more knowledge than the opportunity to work with Cage.

"I did it because I'm a huge Nicolas Cage fan, huge, and I would've done anything that they asked me to do with him," Tunney confessed to ComicBook.com. "The director, Tim Hunter, I'd worked with before in the '90s, and I really liked him, and I just had a baby, and they're like, 'Do you want to come and do this movie?' I think Nicolas Cage is one of the greatest living actors. I think that he's so talented and has been so brilliant in so many movies, like Wild at Heart, Raising Arizona, Leaving Las Vegas, Adaptation. There are so many brilliant, brilliant performances. I just wanted to see what that guy was like."

She added, "I mean, people have done movies for a lot worse reasons."

Luckily, Tunney's experience with the director and the film's compelling subject matter made the experience all the more exciting.

"I thought it was more like a '70s [movie]," the actress noted. "It's weird, because I think Tim Hunter, it's clear he directed a lot of Twin Peaks when you watch the movie, because there's aspects, it's just weird in the midst of this erotic mystery, this crazy thriller."

The actress also noted that, with the film headed to VOD, she was excited at the idea of it being a film people discover unknowingly.

"It reminded me of a '70s B-movie that's done well. The shots and the colors, there's something very odd," Tunney said of the film's tone. "I thought it was original and I don't think that there's going to be very high expectations for it, so I think anybody who turns it on will be surprised."

Looking Glass hits select theaters, DVD and VOD on February 16.

'The Craft' Star Robin Tunney "Would Love" to Be Involved in a Sequel

Article from Comicbook.com

Witches have always been an integral component of horror films, dating all the way back to 1922's Häxan. One of the most beloved witch films of the last few decades is 1996's The Craft, focusing on a coven of high school-aged witches who unlock a variety of supernatural abilities. With various reports of the film getting a reboot or possible sequel, star Robin Tunney says she'd be interested in reprising her role, so long as the right filmmakers were attached.
"I feel like if it came along and the script was good and I actually thought it was going to be something...I want them to find a great director. I think they've gone through a lot of writers. If it was something where I felt like they were going to do it well, and also find a way, because it's been so much time, you can't just do a sequel," Tunney shared with ComicBook.com. "I think on some level, it totally has to, in order to feel relevant, I think it should be maybe funnier or something."

With it having been released over 20 years ago, Tunney would want the film to feel fresh and not merely recreating the source material.
"I feel like in order to make it seem culturally relevant, they need to do something [new] and do it quite well. They just can't pick it up where it left off and it's all of our kids or something," Tunney pointed out. "Generations of people have watched it. It's the idea of somebody just trying to monetize that and not caring if it's good or not would be sad. I would love to do it if I thought it was going to be cool. I'm so proud of the fact that I was in a movie that has been loved by so many generations of people and watched at so many sleepovers. It's an honor."

A sequel has reportedly been in development for years with director Leigh Janiak and writer Daniel Casey attached. Casey recently shared on Twitter that he turned in a draft of the script, which could hint at the sequel moving forward.