Actor updates for March 20 - 25.
More "AMC" reboot news, a few actors busy with new films, one actor turned ordained minister, and will one actress return to the reboot as a popular bad girl? Read on to stay up-to-date with what's happening for your favorite "AMC" stars past and present.
Welcome To The Punch.
Ronald Guttman (ex-Alexander Cambias Sr.) was co-executive producer on "Welcome To The Punch," an action thriller film about a former criminal forced to leave his hideaway in Iceland and return to London when his son is involved in a heist gone wrong. Detective Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy, "X-Men: First Class") has one last chance to catch the one man who keeps slipping away from him. As the two face-off, they uncover a deeper conspiracy they need to solve in order to survive.
How would you like a celebrity to marry you?
Matthew Borlenghi (ex-Brian Bodine) recently became an ordained minister. He’ll marry you or your friends, he’ll perform baptisms, confessions, same-sex commitment ceremonies, vow renewals, and more. Find out how at Celeb Ceremonies.
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— matthew borlenghi (@mattieborlenghi) March 17, 2013
My little company is the focus of a new show being developed by a top- notch production company too.
— matthew borlenghi (@mattieborlenghi) March 15, 2013
Pinkins in Home.
Tonya Pinkins (ex-Livia Frye Cudahy) played Esmin in "Home," which is the dramatic story of Jack, who suffers from a mental illness. Jack's goal is to move out of the group home where he resides, connect with his estranged son, and build a life of his own. The show is now in post-production.
New movie for Amanda Baker:
You remember her as Babe Carey Chandler. Baker recently played Shipley in a new short film "Dig: The Incident at Sumter Plantation" which is about four history grad students who attempt to get to the truth about a tragic 1871 love affair between a plantation owner's daughter and a freed slave.