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Some Opinions on “Lethal Weapon” from Fox Upfront


UPROXX – Surefire Hit — No show on the new Fox schedule is likely to become another Empire-sized hit, but brand recognition, a good cast (Damon Wayans and Rectify‘s Clayne Crawford) and a compelling trailer make Lethal Weapon worth a look. Crawford is fantastic in the trailer, and if the show can inject some interesting serial storylines around the staid procedural formula, it could work.


THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER (1) – And I think Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans work, so I think Lethal Weapon has a chance to work. And remember that in order to work, Lethal Weapon doesn’t have to be as good as the first two movies in the franchise, but it should try to be better than the last two. Crawford and Wayans look to play off of each other well and the clips didn’t pander to the brand or to “I’m too old for this shit” catchphrases. This could end up just being Fox’s version of CBS’ version of Rush Hour, but I’m fooling myself into believing it’ll be something better.


THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER (2) – Yeah, it’s a reboot — and the last thing Hollywood needs is another unoriginal idea. But the Warner Bros. TV-produced drama was showered with praise by Fox TV Group chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman from the Beacon Theatre stage, and backed up privately by several others who have screened the pilot. Much is being made of star Clayne Crawford (Rectify), an eleventh-hour find who’s moving with his family from Alabama to Los Angeles for the role. In fact, he’s said to be Warner Bros. TV’s highest-testing character ever. Additionally, the pilot was the year’s highest-testing drama at the network, which will pair it with juggernaut Empire on Wednesdays.


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Teaser Trailer: Convergence

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Nov 11, 2014
Josh Williams

You’re going to be hearing quite a lot from us about Drew Hall’s latest film”Convergence,” an independent supernatural horror/thriller hybrid from Frame 29 Films that I’ve been truly lucky enough to see in advance of its festival run and release. The reason you’ll be hearing quite a lot about it from us (and I’m sure from multiple other sources as it starts to do the rounds) is that it is really very, very good. A twisty-turny movie from start to finish, Convergence is a terrific film which I really can’t recommend highly enough for sheer entertainment value.

For now, however, we’re just going to drop the teaser trailer that sets the eerie tone of the film without giving away any spoilers. Check it out below, and do follow Drew on Twitter here and Facebook here, and check Frame 29 Films’ website here. You won’t regret it.

Source: London Film Review


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Convergence – Full Trailer for new psychological thriller

Convergence stars Clayne Crawford, Ethan Embry (Cheap Thrills) and Mykelti Williamson.

Arson Detective Ben Walls (Crawford) wakes up in a hospital after a routine investigation ends in an explosion. Although met by a familiar face, Cpt. Saul Miller (Williamson), Ben soon finds out that not everything in this hospital is what it seems as he struggles to piece together the most important case of his life; meanwhile, shadowy creatures haunt the inhabitants and a religious zealot (Embry) roams the hallways converting the innocent into a congregation, all of which lead Ben to one fateful decision.

Drew Hall directs.

Source: LiveForFilms

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Convergence Teaser Video

The writer/director Drew Hall nice enough to send me this ‘teaser’ video of Clayne’s upcoming psychological thriller, “Convergence “.  Check it out!!

Convergence Teaser from Drew Hall on Vimeo.


Teaser for the upcoming psychological thriller “Convergence”
Starring: Clayne Crawford (Rectify), Ethan Embry (Cheap Thrills), Mykelti Williamson (Forrest Gump) and Chelsea Bruland.

Written and Directed by Drew Hall
Produced by Scott Robinson
Executive Producer Denny Wilkins
Director of Photography Kevin Duggin
Production Designer Mark Terry