Category: Projects

Tyrese Gibson, Ray Liotta, Scott Eastwood Join Ariel Vromen’s ‘April 29, 1992’

Tyrese Gibson, Ray Liotta, Scott Eastwood Join Ariel Vromen’s ‘April 29, 1992’

Exclusively from Variety:

After zooming to the top of the pandemic-era box office in the global hit “F9,” actor Tyrese Gibson has booked his next gig alongside Ray Liotta and Scott Eastwood.

The trio will lead the Los Angeles riots thriller “April 29, 1992,” the forthcoming feature from the breakout director of “The Iceman,” Ariel Vromen. Pre-production from a script by Sascha Penn is underway, aiming for an August start. Producers hope to have the film ready for release in observation of next year’s 30th anniversary of the riots, sparked by police brutality against Rodney King.

Gibson, a South Central L.A. native, will play opposite on-screen father and son Liotta and Eastwood. The film takes place on the first night of the riots, centering on a custodian who brings his son to work. The two quickly find themselves in the middle of a heist gone wrong.

Maurice Fadida of Kodiak Pictures is producing alongside Vromen. Adam Kolbrenner and Penn are also producing with Andreas Rommel, whose Trident Films will finance the project. Casting directors Billy Hopkins and Ashley Ingram have come aboard to round out the rest of the cast. We also hear a Los Angeles-based hip hop legend is in final talks to come on board as executive producer.

Gibson is also starring in the upcoming Sony/Marvel comic book adaptation “Morbius.” He is repped by Jim Osborne and Kris Heller at APA and Pearlman & Tishbi. Eastwood, who recently appeared in Guy Ritchie’s “Wrath of Man”, is repped by Steve Cohen and Ryan Muckenthaler at UTA and Chuck Pacheco at LBI. Liotta, who has the hotly anticipated “Sopranos” prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” coming this year as well as Elizabeth Banks’ upcoming “Cocaine Bear,” is repped by Gersh and Authentic Talent & Literary Management.

Trident Films is repped by Donaldson Callif Perez.

Photos: ‘Wrath of Man’ Screen Captures

Photos: ‘Wrath of Man’ Screen Captures

I’ve added over 350 HD screen captures of Scott in his latest film Wrath of Man into the photo gallery.

Why Scott Eastwood Is Launching His New Beer in Colorado

New Country 99.1 interviewed Scott about his new beer and why Colorado was the perfect place to launch it.

Scott Eastwood & Made Here Beer Launches in Colorado

Scott Eastwood & Made Here Beer Launches in Colorado

Aspen Brewing Company is currently brewing Made Here Beer and is being sold exclusively in Colorado for the current moment.

The company’s portfolio includes American Lager, American Ale and American IPA — each made with 100% U.S. ingredients and created entirely stateside.
Made Here Beer announced its launch in Colorado. Partnering with Legacy Brewing, the company has formed Good Times Made Here, which will brew, distribute and market Made Here Beer.

The suite of Made Here products includes American Lager, American Ale and American IPA — each made with 100% U.S. ingredients and created entirely stateside. The brand is enthused to celebrate and honor America at its best by partnering exclusively with American suppliers in every aspect of the brewing, canning, promotion and selling process.

A little-known fact: In the U.S., nearly 90% of all beer consumed domestically is foreign-owned, leaving a void in the marketplace to deliver an American-branded beer that is truly American-owned and can lay claim to using exclusively American-sourced raw materials. Adding luster and star power to this venture is the ownership and involvement of actor Scott Eastwood.

Eastwood is a co-founder and equity partner in Made Here Brand. He will lead multiple efforts to promote and market Made Here Beer throughout the country, with a series of in-person activations anchored with appearances by Eastwood.

“At Made Here our values are clear, so our decisions are easy: we create quality products and bring them to market by partnering with 100% American suppliers that use 100% American ingredients and labor” said Eastwood. “From the cans we order, to the hops, yeast, and malts we use in our brews, every step of the process is truly done right here in our country. I’m proud to say this is a uniquely American beer — and brand — through and through. We couldn’t be more thrilled to launch Made Here in Colorado.”

Sticking true to this moral, Made Here Beer enlisted the help of American suppliers, Country Malt and Yakima Chief Hops, to maintain the high-quality, domestically sourced needs for each beer. Each and every Made Here touchpoint — from pint glasses, coasters, merchandise and swag, is also 100% American-made. As more and more consumers continue to explore the roots of the products they are purchasing, Made Here Beer is well-positioned as a shining example to those interested in the fast-moving and wide-sweeping trend of U.S. supply chain transparency and awareness.

“We are so fortunate to have assembled a team of people who are extremely passionate about creating quintessential American beers,” said Co-Founder Dane Chapin. “Joining up with Legacy Brewing, working with Scott and partnering with like-minded suppliers has been the perfect lineup for making this dream a reality. When we say we are excited to launch this on the heels of American Craft Beer Week, we mean it. American-produced is in our DNA, and it’s in our name: Made Here.”

Made Here Beer encourages all Coloradoans to grab a case before the next big all-American adventure. The beer is exclusively distributed by Elite Brands in Denver and High Country Beverage in Grand Junction.

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