Ali Ahn in “Landline”
– From Broadway to television and now to the big screen, the luminous Ali Ahn has endeared herself in our hearts and it’s awesome to see this affable Asian-American actress getting her spot in the limelight.
– She recently finished up the film “Landline” with Jenny Slate that’s premiering at Sundance and also the series called “The Breaks” for Vh1 which recently aired along with the second season of “The Path” in the winter!
– As the Meyerist member Nicole Armstrong, the sister-in-law of Sarah Lane (Michelle Monaghan), we can’t wait to find out her character’s evolution this year. Fans are already lapping up “The Path” and will likewise adore Ali.
Kerry Cahill & Lucy Faust in “Mudbound”
– Kerry Cahill and Lucy Faust have worked with each other on the acclaimed sci-fi film “Midnight Special” and are reuniting in “Mudbound”, set in rural Mississippi where racism is rife and life is harsh after WW II.
– We already recognize the elegant Kerry as an indie darling and she’s also dazzling it up on television having guest starred on “The Walking Dead”, “Good Behavior” and soon the supernatural biker series “The Fallen”.
– Lucy’s winsome essence has graced shows including “Salem”, “American Horror Story” and “Underground” which collectively are set in varying eras whose female figures she’s more than capable of portraying.
Julie Mintz & Katie Walder in “L.A. Times”
– Sexy and sweet are certainly words of praises one can bestow upon Julie Mintz and Katie Walder. Both are appearing in the comedy “L.A. Times” and audiences will find it a cinch to fall in love with this enchanting duo.
– Just like her ethereal voice, the alluring Julie Mintz is a born entertainer and having dazzled in several indie features, she’s also an established singer who introduced Gothic Americana–a country-infused take on folk.
– Endowed with an admirable innocence, Katie Walder has appeared on some of the biggest hits on TV including “Mad Men”, “New Girl” and Grimm”. With multiple projects hitting screens soon, 2017 is a huge year for her.
Jana Lee Hamblin and Taylor Tunes in “I Don’t Feel Like Home In This World Anymore”
– Now here’s 2 ravishing ladies who deserve plentiful attention! Jana Lee Hamblin and Taylor Tunes will appear in the thriller I Don’t Feel Like Home In This World Anymore which has Melanie Lynskey in vindictive mode.
– Jana is an enchantress of the big and small screen with guest-star roles on “Grimm”, “Portlandia” and “Z-Nation” being her standout performances; her magnetic eyes should be lauded as irresistible.
– The charismatic Taylor Tunes could be heading for the stars especially since she’s portraying Hollywood icon Ava Gardner following on from her role opposite Patrick Stewart in the violently gritty film “The Green Room”.
Lauren Weedman in “The Little Hours”
– Delectable award-winning comedienne Lauren Weedman is set to add kooky comedic flavor to the funny flick “The Little Hours” that has emotionally unstable nuns running riot in the middle ages.
– She’s part of the renowned cast of female comics which includes Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci, Molly Shannon and Jemima Kirke. Get ready for stirring helpings of the dark side comedy from these ladies.
– Both an intelligent talent as an actress as well as an author having wowed readers with her witty book “Miss Fortune”, she’s fearless in revealing absorbing facets of life’s most humorous and tragic moments.
Gloria Laino – Lucia, Before And After”
– The big news for Latin thespian Gloria Laino is her guest-star role in the Season 4 premiere episode of the series “The Last Ship” but before that she will grace Sundance in the short film “Lucia, Before and After”.
– She’s notable for her role in “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III” opposite Charlie Sheen and for appearing in “American Horror Story: Asylum” as the Mexican woman who could see the devil within people.
– Gloria has an innate knack for excelling in colorful characters so don’t miss her in the upcoming dramedy “I’d Like to Be Alone Now” alongside Maria Conchita Alonso, Spencer Grammer and Mindy Sterling.
Joséphine de La Baume in “Cecile on the Phone”
– The enticing Joséphine de La Baume showed her gritty side in the tense horror film “Road Games” and she’s very much an attraction at this year’s Sundance, this time starring in a whimsical short film.
– She is appearing in “Cecile On The Phone, the directorial debut of “White Girl” actress Anabelle Dexter-Jones who is also the lead in finding the answer about love through a series of phone conversations.
– This French actress/model/singer is effortlessly photogenic yet still exudes a desirable mystique so do look out for Joséphine’s supporting role in “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”, an American thriller with Ryan Reynolds.