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“The Social Network” thesp Max Minghella and “The River” star Eloise Mumford are in talks to star in Universal Pictures’ and Blumhouse Prods.’ low-budget thriller “Not Safe For Work,” which Joe Johnston will direct and Jason Blum will produce.
Adam Mason and Simon Boyes wrote the script, which follows a young paralegal trapped in an office with a killer on a secret mission to destroy files and anyone that stands in his path.
Minghella is in talks to play the cunning protag, while Mumford is in talks to play his girlfriend, who works at the same office.
Couper Samuelson will exec produce the pic, while Bryan Brucks will co-produce. Blumhouse recently signed a first-look agreement with Universal to produce low-budget genre films.
While visiting Max’ imdb page, I noticed a new film, Vitus, was listed in his filmography. I’ve been digging around for what the film is about, or even any news about it, and unfortunately came up with nothing. Hopefully we’ll get more news about it soon!
Not sure if Max will be there, but here’s the information anyway.
The movie “Ten Year” officially wrapped filming in Albuquerque, NM this week, but they still have one more act of business – The Wrap Party!
The movie’s cast and crew will be hosting a huge cast party at Tao Las Vegas tomorrow night. According to Tao’s website, “The cast of the new movie, “Ten Year”, starring Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, Justin Long, Max Minghella, Kate Mara, Ari Graynor, Anthony Mackie, and Scott Porter, will host their wrap party at TAO.”
To add yourself to the guest list go to TaoLasVegas.com!
Looks like Max will be attending the SAGs this weekend with his Social Network co-stars and, of course, Kate Mara!
On the evening of Jan. 19, EW exclusively went where no press outlet had been been before: to the meeting where Screen Actors Guild Awards producers decided who sits where during the glitzy show, airing live on TBS and TNT this Sunday, Jan. 30. EW watched the SAG team figure out where to put 716 folks (mostly large, boldfaced casts from the nominated movies and TV shows) on the ballroom floor of the Shrine Exposition Center. How do they decide where everyone sits? “We try to be fair,” explains producer Kathy Connell. “If people were all the way in the back last year, we’re going to try to move them up this year. And vice versa.” Here are some tidbits from the night’s decisions:
• The Social Network: With a star-studded cast — Jessie Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Rooney Mara, Max Minghella, and Justin Timberlake — Network gets a prime spot right up front, to the left of the stage. Producers decided to put presenter and SNL alum Amy Poehler at the same table so she could be near fave SNL host Timberlake. Minghella is attending with actress Kate Mara (127 Hours), sister of Network‘s Rooney Mara.
Thanks to the Clothes Off Our Backs folks for the heads up on this:
We wanted to let you know that a cast autographed poster from THE SOCIAL NETWORK including Max Minghella’s signature along with other celebrity items are currently up for auction to raise money for charity.
Please visit www.clothesoffourback.org to place a bid and support our cause. The auction ends December 17.
Divya Narendra gives his thoughts about Max being cast as him in “The Social Network”.
What are your thoughts on The Social Network? How accurately is your character portrayed?
I thought the film overall was well done and entertaining. Though there is a certain degree of dramatic license taken, the film is based on real events and is more fact than fiction. The actor who plays me (Max Minghella) pushes for filing suit against Facebook in the movie. Though this element is accurate, I think his personality in the movie is more intense than my actual personality is in real life. I’ve always seen myself as being more of a laid-back type.
Were you happy with the choice of actor?
I was initially surprised to see myself played by an actor who wasn’t Indian. But in the end, I think Max did a good job of pushing the dialogue forward and creating a sense of urgency in what was a very frustrating period.
Awards season officially kicks off this month with the 14th annual Hollywood Awards, and this year you can vote for your favorite Hollywood Movie of the Year, as well as Hollywood Male and Female Star of the Year!
The Hollywood Awards gala event will be once again hosted by our own Mary Hart on October 25, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Accolades being handed out include The Hollywood Ensemble Award to ‘The Social Network’ stars Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Armie Hammer, Max Minghella, Brenda Song, Rashida Jones and Josh Pence, while Spotlight Awards will go to Leighton Meester for ‘Country Strong,’ Milla Jovovich for ‘Stone,’ Barry Pepper for ‘Casino Jack,’ Noomi Rapace for ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ and Mila Kunis for ‘Black Swan.’
Before you see Hollywood’s version of how the Silicon Valley sausage gets made in the hotly anticipated Facebook movie—in theaters this week—get to know the players.
Actor:Max Minghella Age: 25 Where You’ve Seen Him: The son of Oscar-winning director Anthony Minghella starred in Art School Confidential and had a supporting role in Syriana. Up Next: Starring opposite Emile Hirsch and Olivia Thirlby in the sci-fi thriller The Darkest Hour. Social Networking Cred: Has a seldom-used Twitter account.