Friday, February 26, 2010

CASH: Double the Trouble


Great review of CASH on Cinemablend.com and the acting talents of stars Sean Bean and Chris Hemsworth:

Sean Bean has been playing killer bad guys for years, with little or no credit for it. He was the most unsung part of Fellowship of the Ring, but that movie doesn’t work without what he brought to the deeply twisted, conflicted character of Boromir. He’s the biggest reason why it’s the best of the three. What I’m getting at here is that Sean Bean is a badass actor, one you can’t really have too much of. So good news, the new movie CA$H has two of him.

Also involved is the most unsung part of Star Trek
Chris Hemsworth, the guy who made half the planet tear up in under five minutes of action as he sent his ship on a suicide mission to save his wife and newly born son. Together they may make something special happen.

To read the entire review:

www.cinemablend.com

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Brand New U.S. CASH Trailer--Watch it Now!!!

A picture's worth a thousand words, a brand new U.S. CASH trailer featuring Sean Bean can be worth Million$.
video

Sean Bean Supports Sheffield's Bid to Become UK's First City of Culture


Four locations in the UK will battle it out to become the UK's first City of Culture, it was announced today.

Culture Minister Margaret Hodge revealed the line-up after bids from 14 long-listed cities were scrutinised by an independent judging panel.

The successful city will hold the inaugural title in 2013.

Sheffield-born actor Sean Bean said:

I am delighted to support Sheffield's bid to become the first UK City of Culture in 2013.

Sheffield boasts an impressive array of cultural facilities, events and celebrations and is renowned for its diverse festivals around the city.

As a city that prides itself on its history of creating culture, Sheffield has the passion and the capacity to make it happen.

My message to the city is good luck with the shortlist, I think you've got the ability to go all the way and win it.


To read the entire article go to:

www.independent.co.uk

Remember you can see Sheffield's favorite son, Sean Bean, in CASH coming to a theatre near you March 26.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Pyke vs Thor?


Sean Bean and Thor's Chris Hemsworth
are desperate for CA$H

From the stunt team behind The Dark Knight, Eagle Eye and Wanted, CA$H explores the mysterious power that money wields over people.

At a time when repossessions, debt and unemployment are rampant, it takes a bold look at the human foibles of greed, materialism, cowardice and immorality against a backdrop full of satire, mind games and consequences


Read the entire article at:

coventrytelegraph.net/thegeekfiles/

Monday, February 15, 2010

Join CASH on Facebook Today

Want to share your excitement about the March release of CASH with fellow fans of the film? Are you a fan of Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth, Victoria Profeta, or Stephen Milburn Anderson? Then join us in becoming a Fan of CASH on Facebook today.


To become a fan of CASH on Facebook click on the image above and then click on the "Become a Fan" link on the fan page. After you do that you'll be officially enrolled in The Official CASH Facebook Fan Page!

See you on the CASH Facebook Fan Page and always here at CASH the Film Fan Blog!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

CASH is the Must See Film of 2010


We are thrilled about all the fantastic press coverage for CASH since the announcement of the film’s March 26 US theatrical release date. All agree CASH is the must see Indie Film of 2010.

The press buzz started in the summer of 2009 when Variety tweeted the CASH producers about the film's success at Cannes:

www.variety.com

The buzz in the press has only gotten bigger after the recent announcement that Los Angeles distributor Roadside Attractions will open the film theatrically on March 26th. Below is just a sampling of the CASH coverage:

Screen Rant says:

After having a good showing and building up a decent amount of steam at last year’s American Film Market, the film Cash has been floating around, working on a distribution deal. The news now is that Three Good Men, the studio behind Cash, has struck a deal with Roadside Attractions for a theatrical release on March 26th, 2010 and Lionsgate will handle the DVD release. That’s good news for fans of both Bean and Hemsworth.


www.screenrant.com

The Hollywood Reporter says:

The Chicago-set action thriller features Hemsworth and Profeta as a couple who find a suitcase full of cash that brings with it a sinister character played by Bean.


www.hollywoodreporter.com


ScreenDaily says:
Roadside Attractions has acquired all US rights to the crime thriller Ca$h starring Sean Bean and newcomer Chris Hemsworth.
Roadside will release the film theatrically on March 26 and Lionsgate will handle DVD and other US ancillary markets through the partners’ output deal.


wwww.screendaily.com

Moviehole- Hemsworth Flick Bowing March 26:

Chris Hemsworth had been in the U.S. only a few weeks when he auditioned for CA$H. We saw immediate potential in him, and CA$H became his first film, added Anderson.


www.moviehole.net


Cinematical
says:

Stephen Milburn Anderson's thriller CA$H, stars Chris Hemsworth (the upcoming Thor) and Victoria Profeta as a struggling couple. They find a suitcase full of money, which brings "strange and sinister" Sean Bean to their door.


www.cinematical.com

Congratulations to CASH for all the great press coverage. We can't wait for the film to open on March 26.

Exciting Times Ahead!






Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Roadside Collects CASH for U.S.

U.S. Release Date Announced!!!

From IndieWire

Roadside Collects “CA$H” for U.S.

by Brian Brooks (Updated 4 hours, 5 minutes ago)
Roadside Collects “CA$H” for U.S.
A scene from Stephen Milburn Anderson's "CA$H." Image courtesy of Roadside Attractions.

U.S. rights to Stephen Milburn Anderson’s “CA$H” have been acquired by Roadside Attractions. The Los Angeles-based distributor will open the film theatrically on March 26th and Lionsgate will release the film on DVD and other US ancillary markets through Roadside’s output deal. Roadside’s co-president Howard Cohen negotiated the pact with David Krintzman of Morris, Yorn, Barnes and Levine as well as Lawrence Meyers of Media 8 Entertainment, on behalf of the filmmakers. The film was produced and financed by Naveen Chathappuram, of Immortal Thoughts, with Prema Thekkek serving as Executive Producer. Media 8 Entertainment is handling international sales.

Milburn’s (“South Central”) film is described as a “character-driven action thriller that explores the all-encompassing power of money and the extreme lengths desperate people will go to get it and keep it.” With a stroke of good luck, a struggling couple find a suitcase full of money, but it turns lethal for Sam Phelan (Chris Hemsworth) and his wife Leslie (Victoria Profeta). The money fulfills their fantasies, but also brings strange and sinister Pyke Kubic (Sean Bean) to their doorstep. Pyke leads Sam and Leslie on a frenetic and violent adventure through the streets of Chicago and forces them to play by his rules. But they play the game better than anyone expected.

“‘CA$H’ is a great ride, and is timely as well,” said Roadside Attractions Co-President Howard Cohen in a statement. “It’s about an ordinary couple, faced with foreclosure on their house, who kind of go crazy trying to keep a bunch of money that could change their lives.”